STUDENT MOBILITY FOR STUDIES ABROAD
Through the ERASMUS + program, students are given the opportunity to:
- complete part of their studies abroad for 3 to 12 months
- receive a scholarship
- recognize their studies abroad
- get to know a new country and culture and make new friends
Erasmus Office (see Student Mobility for Studies Abroad)
How to apply for a study program abroad
For further information, interested students could contact the Administrative and/or Academic Officers of the Department who will be happy to inform them and answer any questions.
Applying for a job abroad in a corporation or another relevant workplace aims at Undergraduate and Postgraduate students as well as PhD candidates studying in our Department.
An Internship in our Department is not compulsory. However, students are given the opportunity to live abroad, make new friends, meet different cultures, learn a foreign language, and create new perspectives for furthering their studies and career development.
Students can apply for internship positions abroad for a period of 2 to 12 months.
In addition, recent graduates are also eligible for internships, subject to the following conditions:
- be in the first year of their graduation
- have applied and given approval for an internship while in their last year of studies Erasmus Office (see Student Mobility for Internships)
Students may receive a mobility grant for up to 12 months per study cycle, regardless of the number and type of mobility (study abroad or internship).
For recent graduates, the duration of their internship is set to a maximum of 12 months per study cycle, during which they apply for an Internship.
For more information visit the Erasmus Office.
Administration Head of the Department
ILIANA VARESI, tel. 2310-891217, email@example.com
Deputy Administration Head of the Department
VASILIKI DIMARCHOPOULOU, Head of the Secretariat, tel. 2310-891218, firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Heads of the Department
CHRISTOS GEORGIADIS, Professor, tel. 2310-891869, email@example.com
EMMANOUIL STIAKAKIS, Associate Professor, tel. 2310-891643, firstname.lastname@example.org
EFTHYMIOS TAMPOURIS, Professor, tel. 2310-891773, email@example.com