Number of students
Every academic year fifty (50) postgraduate students are accepted in the postgraduate program. Furthermore, beyond this number, the following categories are admitted to the MEd as redundant: one (1) scholarship from the State Scholarship Foundation (IKY), who succeeded in the corresponding postgraduate contest and one (1) foreign scholar of the Greek State .
Categories of graduates
Graduate students of Universities and Technological Educational Institutions of Greece (as defined by Article 2 of n.3549/2007, GG 69/20.03.2007) or recognized foreign Institutions are admitted in the MEd Program. The applicants from foreign institutions must have their qualification approved by DIKATSA or DOATAP. Students who are expected to become graduates by the end of the registration period (September 2017) may apply to the MEd Program, provided that they will submit their degree, if selected. Foreign applicants must have adequate knowledge of Greek language.
Selection criteria of postgraduate students
The selection of students on the MEd Program is made by the Selection and Assessment Committee of Graduate Students consisting of faculty members and established by decision of Special General Assembly. The Committee will take into account (in accordance with Article 4 of Law. 3685/2008) a) their special skills, resulting from their application file and b) their assessment during the oral interview.
1. For the selection of postgraduate students is required:
A degree of Greek University, Technological Department or recognized foreign institution
Very good, certified knowledge (level C1) of at least one foreign language (English or German). Candidates who do not have a certification of very good foreign language knowledge are written examined in understanding of scientific text from the cognitive area of the MEd in English, during the oral interview.
2. Except from the above, for the selection of postgraduate students, the following will be taken into account:
A. The special qualifications of the candidates, as they result from the documents submitted to the Secretariat of the MEd Program.
B. The performance of the candidates during the oral interview.