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Information for Incoming Erasmus students


The School of Biology has a long history (more than 30 years) of successful Erasmus agreements and exchanges with Academic Institutes around Europe. Its experience in Erasmus exchange programmes guarantees a smooth stay in our premises of foreign students.
Foreign students, mainly ERASMUS students, attend courses or carry out a project in our School. The courses of the School are taught in Greek. Therefore, if the foreign student does not speak Greek (in most cases) at the beginning of their stay, he/she has to study the theoretical part of the course from selected English bibliography under the supervision of the responsible Professor but practicals of the chosen courses are compulsory and consequently students are following them in English  Only the course of “River and Lake Water Quality” is taught in English (http://www.bio.auth.gr/en/content/river-and-lake-water-quality). At the end of the semester, foreign students are examined in English.
In case the foreign student wants to carry out a project on a specific subject, he/she has to come in contact with the faculty of the School (http://www.bio.auth.gr/en/panel-prosopiko-tmimatos-en), preferably before his/her arrival in Greece. The professor who is going to supervise the project in collaboration with the student choose the subject of the project and the work load of it, that is the number of credits according to the ECTS rules.
 
In the autumn semester, teaching starts the first week of October, whereas practicals start the 2nd week. In spring semester teaching starts the 1st week of February, whereas practicals the 3d week.
 
Greek language courses are offered by the School of Modern Greek Language of AUTH (http://smg.web.auth.gr/wordpress/?lang=en).
 
Information about studying at AUTH may be found at http://www.auth.gr/en/studies and in particular for ERASMUS students at http://www.auth.gr/en/erasmus, while information about the life in AUTH and the offered services (including accommodation) may be found at http://www.auth.gr/en/services.
 
For more information you can also contact the following School of Biology Professors who deal with Erasmus academic matters:

 For Erasmus Mundus and Campus Europae programmes please contact Assist. Prof. A. Triantafyllidis.

FOR ANALYTICAL INFORMATION AS REGARDS WHAT INCOMING ERASMUS STUDENTS  CAN EXPECT AND WHAT WILL BE EXPECTED OF THEM BEFORE AND DURING STUDIES AT AUTH PLEASE STUDY THE ATTACHED FILE. READ CAREFULLY!

 

 

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