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The enrolment process involves submitting the following documents and attached forms at the administrative office of your department of studies:

1. Certificate of upper secondary school studies (Graduation Certificate) of foreign schools operating abroad or domestically, officially Apostilled/Certified (carrying the Hague Stamp).

2. A transcript of records of the Graduation Certificate, issued by the Directorate of Greek studies abroad, intercultural education of the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, or by the Directorates of Secondary Education or by the Counsellors at the Education Offices of the Greek Embassies. The marks of each subject should be issued on a 0-20 mark scale, 20 being the top mark and 0 the lowest mark. If the marks average does not follow the 0-20 mark scale, then the mark should be modified to suit the above scale.

3. Passport which will be valid for at least three months from the date of your registration or national ID card that allows you to travel in the EU. If the place of birth is not explicitly indicated, you will need to present a certified/apostilled birth certificate.

4. Health Insurance (Students who come from member states of the European Union, can submit the European insurance card).

5. Covid Vaccination Certificate (for Medical Studies).

6. Four (4) small size photographs of the candidates (passport type).
You are also advised to have the passport and the photo in digital form (scanned).

7. Students from non-EU countries should have already obtained a Type D1.1 visa for Studies and provide it to the Registar's office.

8. Certificate of competency in English (not required for native speakers):

    ITOEFL: Overall score defined by the admission requirements of the program.

    IELTS: Overall score defined by the admission requirements of the program.

    First Certificate in English (FCE): B2