Erasmus+ is a EU funding programme for education and training, aiming at strengthening qualifications, skills and employability as well as the modernization of the educational and life training systems. The basic action of the programme is the students’ and staff mobility between the EU and other collaborating countries for studies and training. Erasmus+ has become international since 2015 (Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme), allowing for mobility from and to other countries of the world (Partner Countries).

The Department of Chemistry, in the framework the Erasmus+ Program, has developed bilateral collaborations (agreements) with a number of European and non– European universities, institutions of higher education and research bodies. Students as well as academic and research staff can obtain all the necessary information as well as assistance with academic and administrative matters from the Coordinator of the Erasmus + program for the Department of Chemistry (Associate Professor Fani Mantzouridou,, and the Department of European Educational Programmes (

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Associate Professor for Erasmus+ : Fani Mantzouridou,

Department of European Educational Programmes: