Applications are made online. During the completion you'll be able to upload any supporting documents required. You’ll have the option to either save or fill in the entire application and submit it right away.
Your online account
By clicking on the application link you will first need to create an online account choosing a username and password that will allow you to complete your application through its various stages and you will also use it for the application for the Modern Greek Language Courses. To sum up, once you click on the link, you need to create an account, verify the account via your e-mail and then fill in the online application form.
What you need to apply
While completing your application, you will need to upload your signed Learning Agreement, your Transcript of Records, a language Certificate and a picture. Please try to have all the documents ready when you submit the application.
You can either use the Transcript of Records that your University provides you with or fill in the form we are providing.
Under the Erasmus+ policies, all universities need to have a common form for the Learning Agreement, if your University does not provide you with a form, please download and complete the template we use. Please note that you do not need both templates, if your University has one, you only need to complete that.
Completing your application
Having an online account means that you don’t need to complete your online application in one go. If your documents are not yet ready, you can complete the application and select ‘Save’, then you can ‘Submit’ your application later but not after the deadline. If your documents are ready you can upload them and select ‘Submit’ to finalize your application.
And Now what?
Once we receive your application and documents we send them to the ECTS Coordinators of each School, who will check and sign your Learning Agreement or inform you about any problems/corrections. By the end of this procedure, you will receive your duly signed Learning Agreement, along with your Letter of Acceptance by e-mail.
Students from Non-EU countries:
For Visa Purposes your Letter of Acceptance is signed and stamped and then sent both by e-mail and regular post, to the Home Address you have indicated in your application form.