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Greece

Information for students from Greece

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Entry requirements

Foundation courses

Students from Greece should hold a minimum average grade of 17/20 in the Apolytirion for entry to our foundation programmes.

Our foundation courses

We offer foundation courses for students who are not qualified for direct undergraduate entry. 

  • Arts and Humanities with Foundation Year, taught in our Faculty of Arts 
  • Engineering and Physical Sciences, taught in our Faculty of Engineering
  • Science with Foundation Year, taught in our Faculty of Science

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Undergraduate courses

Full-time courses across our five faculties typically last for three to four years, although some degrees such as medicine and architecture have a longer duration.

Undergraduate entry requirements

Our Undergraduate Prospectus lists entry requirements for A levels and International Baccalaureate students for each course.

If you have taken the Apolytirion Eriaion Lykeion or Apolytirion of Lykeio (National Certificate), we can typically accept grades ranging from 18.5 to 20.

Greek students with Apolytirion scores lower than 18.5 are usually required to complete a foundation programme before commencing undergraduate studies.

Students who have completed two A Levels in addition to their Apolytirion can apply for direct entry to undergraduate courses. Typical offers will require a grade of at least 17 in the Apolytirion.

This summary is provided as guidance and requirements may vary for individual courses, which often require high grades in relevant subjects.

For an assessment of foundation programmes based in Greece, please contact Jelena Markovic.

Students taking APs or SATIIs should refer to entry requirements for the USA.

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Masters courses

We offer a wide range of postgraduate masters degree programmes across our five faculties. Full-time masters courses typically last for one year.

Masters entry requirements

A bachelors degree or ptychion from a recognised university will be considered for masters entry.

Our entry requirements for degrees from Greek universities vary depending on the university where you have studied and the course you are applying for at Nottingham. The summary below is provided as guidance but requirements may vary for individual courses and we do require higher grades from some universities

Entry requirement

Upper Second Class (2:1)

Lower Second Class (2:2)

For a Degree awarded by AEI

7.0 – 7.9

6.0 – 6.9

For a degree awarded by a TEI

8.0 – 8.9 7.0 – 7.9

 
Holders of the Metaptychiakon Spoudon Diploma (Masters degree) or higher qualifications will also be considered. 

Degrees from selected universities in Greece can be accepted as meeting our English language requirements.

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Research courses

Our PhD courses, available across a wide range of subject areas, typically include three years of full time research followed by an optional writing-up period of one year to complete your thesis.

PhD entry requirements

A masters degree (or Metaptychiakon Spoudon Diploma) and bachelors degree (ptychion) from a recognised university (usually an AEI) are usually required for PhD entry.

Exceptional students may be considered for PhD entry without a masters qualification.

See the masters section for guidance on the grades we typically require from Greek universities. These will vary depending on the university where you have studied and the course you are applying for at Nottingham.

Degrees from selected universities in Greece can be accepted as meeting our English language requirements

You should identify possible supervisors at Nottingham before applying and prepare a research proposal to submit with your application.

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Scholarships and funding

The UK government has confirmed that EU students beginning courses in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years will continue to have access to the same fees and funding options as in previous years, for the full duration of their course of study, including tuition fees charged at the UK student rate, undergraduate and postgraduate student loans, and research funding from research councils. Find out more.
 
 

Greek students at Nottingham

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Jelena Markovic

Jelena-MarkovicInternational Relations Manager - Greece

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Our official representatives in Greece can assist you with applying for our courses, visa processes and preparing to study with us.

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