Partner Universities & Colleges in Greece
Greece is known for its beautiful islands, ancient buildings, and other tourist attractions. Greece is well-known among study abroad students for its economical and good education system, nice weather, and well-ranked universities.
Politics, Philosophy, Architecture, and Medicine programs are well-known in Greece, but other disciplines of study have lately gained prominence.
If you want to study for an English-taught degree in Greece, you'll have to look around because, unlike other nations, Greece only offers a small number of English-taught master's degrees.
Here are some excellent foreign universities:
How much does it cost to study in Greece?
Graduate students, as well as non-EU nationals, are often charged between 1000 and 9000€ per year.
Greece is regarded as a cheap country in the European perspective in terms of everyday expenditures. Accommodation, nutritional demands, transit options, and entertainment habits all play a role, but 450-800€ covers a typical student's monthly cost.
What are the criteria for studying in a Greek university?
Bachelor's degree admissions criteria in Greece
GCE AL (pass in all subjects)
Greek language certificate for all Bachelors. Greek universities require all their undergraduate students to know some Greek. If you are admitted to a Bachelor’s and you do not know Greek, you will have to take a one-year preparatory course.
Master's degree admissions criteria in Greece
a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
2-4 years of work experience (applies only to MBA programs)
English language certificate (TOEFL, IELTS, PTE Academic, C1 Advanced) with a minimum grade score of B or 7 on a scale from 1.0 to 9.0
GMAT scores of at least 500 (applies mostly to MBAs)
GPA of at least 7.5 on a scale from 1 to 10
Is the IELTS exam necessary in Greece?
Those who select the English-taught program must demonstrate their language skills. Applicants are often required to submit an IELTS, PTE, or TOEFL certificate.
When are the university intakes?
All Greek institutions begin their academic year in September, so make sure to apply early. If you apply online through the Ministry of Education, keep in mind that the deadline is usually around the middle of July each year. Admissions results are revealed in August.
How long may an international student work in Greece while studying?
In Greece, a student can work up to 20 hours per week during the school year, and up to 40 hours per week during the summer vacation.
How long does a post-study work permit last in Greece?
There are no post-study employment visas available. To remain lawfully in the nation, students require an all-in-one residence and employment visa.
Work permits in Greece are employer-, occupation-, and location-specific, and are typically valid for one year and renewable. If you wish to continue your career in Greece, you'll need to look for a new job. A work permit can be given if your employer has hired you and is willing to sponsor you as his employee.
National Technical University of Athens
University of West Attica
University of Thessaly
University of the Aegean
The American College of Greece
International Hellenic University
University of Macedonia
University of Patras
University of Loannina
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Athens University of Economics and Business
University of Crete
Alba Graduate Business School