How do I apply for this program?
Applications will be only accepted through the provided online form. (go to Application Form).
Do I need to send anything else?
For the application process to be completed, you also need to e-mail to the Program’s Administration Officer (Maria Troullou firstname.lastname@example.org) your two reference letters.
Do I need to take the IELTS/TOEFL/Cambridge etc exam for my application?
You are required to submit an English Language exam result if either you
- your first language is not English
- your entire undergraduate degree was not taught in English
For further details see English Language Requirements. Please note that you do not have to submit a language test with your application as the selectors will not take this into consideration when deciding whether or not to recommend an offer of admission. If you do receive an offer of admission, the appropriate language condition will be added. You must provide proof of your language proficiency before you are due to register for your program.
Do I need to send any other documents?
The Administration will ask you to send any exam results that were not included in the application form, as well as any other additional information that may be deemed necessary.
What do I need for my registration?
Once you have been accepted we will be in contact with you about the documents you need to submit upon your registration. These typically include
- certified copies of your degree and your English exam results
- a photocopy of the identity page of your passport
- two identity-card size color photographs
I do not come from a European Union country. Do I need a visa?
All students who do not come from EU countries need to check with the Greek Embassy of their countries the regulations regarding student visas for Greece. They must aplly for a student visa in their home country as early as possible, because the processing time for such visas can be quite long.
What should I do to prepare for the program?
Once you have been accepted we will be in contact with you about the program’s details and requirements. It is a good idea to do some prep work in advance of starting the program, i.e freshen up your English skills or special terminology knowledge by reading a book relevant to the pathway you’ve chosen (see eg. the Bibliography of your core course).
Can I visit the School of Journalism and Mass Communications?
Yes you can. Please contact the Program’s Aministration Officer (see above) and arrange for a visit any time till the end of the summer examination period (30th of June), or after the start of the Fall examination period (1st of September).