Frequently Asked Questions for the Department of Biological Sciences

 

  • Undergraduate Admissions FAQ

1) What is the duration of studies for the undergraduate program?
The academic year comprises two semesters. Eight semesters are normally required for graduation, but in special cases the duration of studies may be extended to a maximum of twelve semesters.

2) Are evening classes available?
Undergraduate courses are generally offered between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.

3) What is the language of instruction?
Course of instruction is in Greek.

 

  • Postgraduate Admissions FAQ

1)What postgraduate programmes are offered?
The Department of Biological Sciences offers postgraduate programmes that lead to the following degrees:

Master's level in Molecular Biology and Biomedicine
Master's level in Biomedical Sciences
Master's level in Biodiversity and Ecology
PhD level in Biomedical Sciences
PhD level in Biodiversity and Ecology

2) Who can apply for postgraduate programs?
Eligible to apply are those who hold an undergraduate degree from a recognized University with a final general grade of at least 6.5/10

3) What is the language of instruction?
Course of instruction is in English.

4) Are evening classes available?
Postgraduate course classes are usually offered in the evening.

5) What is the duration of a postgraduate Master's programme?
The minimum duration of the Master's programme is 3 semesters and can be expanded up to 8 semesters.

6) What is the duration of a postgraduate Phd level programme?
The minimum duration of a doctoral program is 6 semesters and can be extended up to 16 semesters.

7) Is participation in the lectures mandatory ?
Yes, participation in lectures is mandatory.