The School of Chemistry collaborates with the Department of European Educational Programs (DEEP) of AUTh in the context of mobility programs of both incoming and outgoing students, faculty members of all levels and other staff, strengthening the dynamic presence of AUTh in the European educational networks. DEEP provides all administrative, technical and management assistance to members of the university community who take initiatives, coordinating or participating in exchange programs.
The ERASMUS+ International Programme
Erasmus+ is the European Commission’s education, training, youth and sport program aimed at enhancing skills and employability as well as modernizing education, training and youth systems in all areas of Lifelong Learning (Higher Education, Vocational Education and Training, Adult Education, School Education, youth activities, etc).
Since 2015, Erasmus+ has become an international – Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Program – and has paved the way for student and staff mobility in countries outside Europe (Partner Countries). Its goals are:
- The international promotion of European Universities
- Attracting third country nationals to Europe – a center of high-quality education
- The improvement of qualifications and skills, gaining “European” experience in education, research, work
- Promoting dialogue and understanding between peoples and cultures
Erasmus+ International Institutional Agreements
For information on the fields of study as well as any other information concerning the host University, you can refer to the following link
From the available programs, select the current (active) program. Among other things, important information provided in the text of each Agreement is
- contact details of the Legal Representatives of the Reception and Sending Institutes,
- course scores correspondence,
- suggested and required language skills,
- financial issues
- Visa assistance, insurance, and housing assistance
- services available for students with disabilities
Erasmus+ International Studies supports the mobility of students to attend courses or work on a project or doctoral dissertation department at other universities in the program countries with which there is a Bilateral Agreement.
Erasmus+ International Traineeship supports the mobility of students to gain work experience in a body such as a company, research center, laboratory, etc. Students’ studies are divided into three Courses:
- The First Cycle of Studies includes undergraduate students
- The Second Cycle of Studies includes graduate students
- The Third Cycle of Studies includes doctoral candidates
Under Erasmus+ International the Total Duration of Mobility for Studies per student and for all courses is 12 months. The same student can receive a mobility grant for a maximum of 12 months per cycle of studies. This duration may include Travel Periods for either Study or Traineeship. For both Studies and Traineeship the Travel Periods can be from 3 to 12 months.
Caution. It is pointed out that the subject of the Traineeship abroad should be relevant to the subject of your studies at AUTh. The Internship should not be part of a dissertation or dissertation (it can, however, be the learning of a technique).
Application for Erasmus + International Studies and Internship
Applications are submitted exclusively electronically from the following link, where detailed information on the required documents can also be found:
The supporting documents that must be attached to the online application are the following:
- Short CV
- Copy of the foreign language proficiency certificate
- Photocopy of academic ID
- Only for postgraduate students: Copy of detailed degree grade
- Only for doctoral candidates: Copy of detailed degree and postgraduate diploma
- Involvement motivation: The academic reasons why you want to move, your goals and objectives should be described,
More information on our website:
It is suggested that interested students visit the website of the Department of European Educational Programs of their (sending) Institute, where there is information about each stage of the mobility process. Incoming student to AUTH should consult with the corresponding Department of European Educational Programs of their (sending) Institute.
As an Erasmus incoming student
During your stay
- You will be treated and served by the School of Chemistry, AUTH, in the same way as home students.
- You will not have to pay fees to AUTH for tuition, registration, examinations and access to laboratory and library facilities during your Erasmus study period.
- You will be entitled to the same medical and food services as Greek students. For more information check The University Student Club.
- You will have a Student ID (pronounced as “paso”) for reduced fares on public transport and other concessions.
- You will have an Aristotle University account email, which will allow you to have access to Blackboard courses. You can combine your personal email account to the AUTH one.
- Theoretical courses: within the first two weeks of the semester the teaching staff will provide you with appropriate material (papers, books, notes, powerpoint presentations – in English).
- Practicals (obligatory) and/or field work: The teaching staff will make the best possible arrangements for your participation (in English).
- You will have two exam periods for each course. The first is at the end of each semester (February or June) and the second (does not apply to graduate students) is in September, as an additional opportunity to pass if you fail the first time. If you need to take the September exam, arrangements will have to be made with your home Institute to attend the exam(s) at your home country. Examination is usually through answering questions in English or through submission of a written essay in English, or a combination of these, or any other form of assessment the course teacher finds most appropriate. During written examinations you may have an English dictionary with you.
- At the end of your studies at AUTH, you will be given a transcript of records, with the grades achieved for each course, the ECTS and the ECTS grading.
What will be expected from you
- Respect the Erasmus Grant Agreement and the Host Institute Rules and Regulations.
- Choose the courses you want to attend from the same semester that you are visiting AUTH. The semester that each course is taught is identified from its code. The courses offered are analytically described in our English Study Guide provided at our website, where the ECTS credits and other useful information are also given.
- Before coming, send your Learning Agreement (written in English) through your local Erasmus Office to the Department of European Educational Programs in order to be checked and signed.
- As soon as you arrive, visit one of the School of Chemistry Professors responsible for Erasmus academic matters (see below) who will check your Learning Agreement. After that, submit a copy of the Learning Agreement and any changes to it, immediately, to the Secretariat of the School of Chemistry, AUTH.
- Ensure that any changes to the Learning Agreement are made in writing and are approved by both the Home and the Host Institution as soon as they occur. Changes can be made only during the first two weeks of each semester.
- Participate in all laboratory practicals and field work (which are both obligatory) of the course(s) you have chosen. Failure to do so will result in not being able to participate in the final exams, which will lead to failure in the respective course(s).
- Spend the full study/placement period as agreed at AUTH; if you arrive later or leave earlier than agreed, you may not be accepted to the course or take the exams, respectively.
- Inform the Greek Erasmus Agreement Coordinator and the Secretariat of the School of Chemistry, AUTH, before you return to the country of your Home Institute.
- Have a good knowledge of English (or Greek) (at least B2 level), that will allow you to attend courses, write essays and take exams; inability to communicate adequately in this language will have consequences on your performance.
Mobility Committee of the School of Chemistry
Information on the Erasmus+ program is provided by the members of the Mobility Committee, the heads of the individual Agreements and the Department of European Educational Programs. The Mobility Committee of the School of Chemistry consists of:
Erasmus+ Studies & Internships for Outgoing Students:
Associate Professor Fani Mantzouridou, Department of Chemical Technology and Industrial Chemistry.
Tel: (+30) 2310-99 7774
Erasmus+ Studies & Internship for Incoming Students:
Assistant Professor Emmanuel Koukaras, Department of General and Inorganic Chemistry.
Tel: (+30) 2310-997708