Frequently Asked Questions


We are here to help you with the process and everything you need, even before you apply to the Department of Accounting and Finance. Feel free to contact us!

The International Studies Office is located on the First Floor of the Administration Building.

If you want quick answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions, you can browse through them here. If it is more complicated than that, don’t hesitate to contact us!

  • How do I apply to the program?
  • What about my student VISA?
  • When does the application open?
  • How can I enter Greece?
  • When is the application deadline?
  • Can I make an appointment to meet with an advisor?
  • What are the requirements of getting in?
  • How much do the tuition fees cost?
  • Are there any scholarships?
  • What level of English is required?
  • Do I need to know Greek?
  • What are my chances of being admitted?

You may find information on how to apply and the necessary documentation here.


  • The Program is addressed to foreign citizens who have attended at least the last two years of High School in a foreign country (and not in Greece).
  • High School Graduation Certificate or International Baccalaureate (IB).
  • Certificate of competency in English.
  • Personal statement (Motivation Letter).
  • Admission Test
  • Interview.

Getting a VISA depends on your country of origin. You must contact the competent authority of your country. You can find more information on the website

Applications have already begun

Citizens of European Union countries covered by the Schengen Agreement, can enter Greece with an identity card or passport. However, please contact the authorities of your country for further information. Citizens of other countries should refer to their authorities for the necessary documentation. All students, must apply for long-term residence permit for studies, upon arrival. Our International Studies Office is at your disposal regarding that process.

The deadline is September 15th.

Feel free to contact our International Studies Office and we will schedule an appointment.

You may find relevant information here.


  • Ιdentification card (EU countries) or valid passport (all countries).
  • Graduation title of High School (copy of original document attached to official translation in English).
  • Certificate of the High School Diploma entitling them to participate in the higher education institutions of the country in which they graduate.
  • Academic transcript of the final two years (copy of original document attached to official translation in English).
  • Proof of English language test results: B2 for IELTS (no less than band 6 overall) or TOEFL (minimum score 79/120).
  • Personal statement.
  • Results (if any) of entrance exams at universities in your home country.
  • Curriculum Vitae (in English).

Tuition fees are 4.200€ per academic year.

No scholarships are available at the moment.

B2 for IELTS (no less than band 6 overall) or TOEFL (minimum score 79/120)

No. You will be taught the Greek language during your studies.

Your chances are high. Although our program is very competitive, each academic year we offer 150 positions for new students.

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