If you would like to study in the country where academia was discovered, then choose Greece. This beautiful and historic country is generally recognized as the intellectual birthplace of modern Western culture. Inface, we owe many of our linguistic, philosophical, cultural, legal, social and ethical beliefs and systems to Greece. Concepts of individualism, freedom, democracy and government all have their roots in the great thinkers of Ancient Greece, whose ideas are still widely read and debated today. Keen to follow in the footsteps of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus and so many other great questioners and innovators.
How to Apply
To process an application to study in Greece at undergraduate level, applicants need to submit their application through the Hellenic Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs. If they desire to study at postgraduate level, they can send the necessary documentation directly to the institution you have chosen.it’s still possible to apply to universities in Greece using a certificate showing successful completion of secondary education in their home country. You may also need to provide proof of proficiency in Greek or another language, depending on the language in which your course will be taught. Some programs may have additional requirements, depending on the field of study and the institution.
Universities in Greece do not charge tuition fees to domestic students at undergraduate level. Since Greece is a member state of the European Union, this also applies to all students from EU/EEA countries, at all public universities and colleges. Some master’s programs do charge fees, and students from non-EU/EEA countries will also be expected to pay tuition fees at bachelor’s level. These vary depending on the institution, but are usually around €1,500 (~US$1,680) per year, often including course textbooks.
Visa to study in Greece
Citizens of the European Union will be happy to hear that they do not need a visa to study in Greece. However, if you come from a non-EU country, you need to obtain a student visa (type D) from your nearest Greek embassy or consulate. To do so, you first need an official acceptance letter from your chosen university in Greece, which must be an institution certified by the Greek Ministry of Education. Contact the Greek Embassy in your country, or consult the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, for a detailed list of the documents required for a student visa and information about how to submit your application. You will need to attend an interview to gain your visa.
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