STEP 1: Nomination
As soon as the selection of Erasmus+ candidates is completed by partner universities, the International Office should send to email@example.com (Mrs SKORDALAKI Eleftheria), an email, containing the students’ profile:
- First Name, Last Name, Full Father’s Name,
- Email address,
- Home School,
- Receiving School,
- Total number of year of studies completed at Home University,
- Semester of inscription at N.T.U.A., Full Year, Winter Semester, Spring Semester,
- For students with disabilities, the type of disability is to be defined,
- For students in need of pastoral care, the type of learning difficulty is to be defined,
- For Erasmus+ grant holders, studying simultaneously for Double Degree/ EUREC/ European University Alliances, the origin programme is to be defined.
European Educational Programmes Office will contact the students within 24 hrs about the required paperwork.
Available information about the documents that candidates need to prepare.
Available information about filling out the documents, the dates of the Academic Calendar, selecting courses and preparing the Learning Agreement, Diploma Thesis, Greek Language Course.
Available Information about additional documents that candidates need to prepare.
Available information about how, where and when to send the application.
Application procedure for holders of an Erasmus+ grant within this context.
A) REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
Number of documents to fill out: 2
Number of documents containing the required information for filling out the above documents: 1
B) PREPARING THE APPLICATION STEP BY STEP
All documents are to be filled out in typewriting!
Documents sent in handwriting will be automatically rejected!
1. Fill out the Application Form Erasmus+ 21_22.docx: all fields are mandatory!
Make sure to sign it yourself and have it signed and stamped by the Coordinator at your Home University.
In case you are not sure about the host Faculty/Department at N.T.U.A., please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Fill out the attached Learning Agreement Studies Erasmus+ 21-22.docx, page 1, plus whatever Learning Agreement your Home University asks you to prepare.
All fields are mandatory in all tables and boxes of page 1!
Make sure to sign it yourself and to have it signed by the Coordinator at your Home University.
Academic Calendar 2021-2022
Full Academic Year: 27.09.2021 – 24.06.2022
Winter Semester: 27.09.2021 – 11.02.2022
Spring Semester: 07.02.2022 – 24.06.2022
Retake Session: 29.08.2022 – 23.09.2022
The detailed Academic Calendar for 2021-2022 is available here.
N.T.U.A gives you the opportunity to select courses from various Schools.
MAKE SURE to choose at least one course from the study programme of the School you have been originally nominated to.
You must fill in the Code / Title / Number of Ects for all selected courses at N.T.U.A. (Table A) + the equivalent ones at your Home University (Table B).
Full Year students must group the courses by semester (Winter – Spring).
If you have selected courses from more than one School, group them by School when filling out the Learning Agreement.
You can find the links to the study programmes of all Schools at Useful Contacts A.Y. 21_22_amended_2.docx.
In case you need assistance in selecting courses or you have difficulties in finding codes or course description, you can find the contact data of the Secretary and the Academic Coordinator per School on the same document.
Before filling out the Learning Agreement you must have found a tutor at N.T.U.A. and agreed on the subject of the Thesis.
On Table A of the Learning Agreement you must fill in the title or the subject of the Diploma Thesis + the name of your tutor at NTUA.
On Table B of the Learning Agreement you must fill in the title or the subject of the Diploma Thesis + the name of your tutor at your Home University.
Ects: Research Part: 20 Ects / Computational Part: 10 Ects / Whole Diploma Thesis: 30 Ects.
Phd candidates should fill in on Table A of the Before the Mobility Section of the Learning Agreement a brief description of the research to be conducted at N.T.U.A. and the name of the tutor.
On Table B of the Before the Mobility Section of the Learning Agreement, they are expected to fill in the outcomes to be implemented at the sending institution, the name of the supervisor and the workload per week multiplied by the total amount of weeks, as well.
Greek Language Course:
Is not to be included in the Learning Agreement!
In case you are interested in participating just tick the brackets on the Application Form.
The course is free of charge and gives you 4 teaching hrs/wk X 13 wks.
C) SUPPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTS
1. A Transcript of Records in English, with a description of the Grading Scale of your Home University, also in English.
This is very important: without it the Erasmus+ Committees cannot deliberate!
Diploma Thesis students and PhD candidates are exempted of the above mentioned obligation.
2. An English Language Certificate.
3. A CV.
4. One passport size photo, black & white or colored, they will both do.
D) SENDING THE APPLICATION
All documents (Application Form, Learning Agreement, Transcript of Records with the Grading Scale, English Language Certificate, CV, passport size photo) are to be sent in one pdf of 9 MB max at email@example.com by 31/05/2021 for Full AY / WS and 31/10/2021 for SS.
! Applications passed the deadline will be treated equally,without an on time School decision being guaranteed though.
E) Double Degree / EUREC / European University Alliances students HOLDERS OF AN ERASMUS+ GRANT
Students within this context that are simultaneously holders of an Erasmus+ Grant should follow the nomination and application procedure as described on Step 1 and Step 2.
Double Degree students can choose between the first and the second year in order to apply for an Erasmus+ Grant. Both options are academically and administratively supported by N.T.U.A.
EUREC students have a dual status at NTUA: regarding obligations related to their Master specialization they should contact the EUREC headquarters in their home university, as well as the Laboratory of Prof. V. Riziotis at the School of Mechanical Engineering of N.T.U.A. (Mr G. Caralis/ firstname.lastname@example.org, Mrs I. Tassi/ email@example.com).
For all obligations and privileges deriving from their Erasmus+ grant, they should contact European Educational Programmes Office (Mrs E. Skordalaki/ firstname.lastname@example.org).
European University Alliances students should also follow Steps 1 and 2, as described above. Same privileges and obligations apply to them as well.
STEP 3: Acceptance
Within two months’ delay candidates will be informed by email about the outcome of their application.
They will receive by email:
- A “Letter of Acceptance”, officially signed and stamped,
- the “Learning Agreement”, officially signed, with possible changes,
- the contact data of their professors at NTUA,
- information about accommodation, visa, insurance,
- instructions about getting to Zografou Campus,
- a Zografou Campus Map.
Clarifications on Accommodation:
Students wishing to find accommodation via N.T.U.A. must contact ESN on FB: ESN NTUA or by email at email@example.com.
Clarifications on Visa:
Guide for National Visa & Residence Permit:
ESN NTUA members accompany incoming Erasmus+ students to Public Services involved in the procedure of applying for / renewing a visa.
Clarifications on Insurance:
EU residents must have a European Health Insurance Card valid for the whole period of stay in Athens, travelling days included.
Visa holders must have a private health insurance providing them medical care, medical intervention and hospitalization throughout their stay in Athens, travelling days included.
STEP 4: Welcome Week / Orientation Day / Buddy ServiceWelcome Week / Orientation Day / Buddy Service
The Welcome Week is organized by ESN NTUA the week prior to the beginning of each semester. Students are contacted directly by ESN members regarding the activities organized.
The relevant information is also available at https://ntua.esngreece.gr/.
Students can contact our ESN team on FB: ESN NTUA or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Orientation Day is organized by European Educational Programmes Offfice assisted by ESN NTUA during the first week of each semester. Two weeks prior to their arrival, foreign students will receive information by email about the place, date, and hour of the event, the schedule and a welcome message by ESN.
Participating in the Orientation Day is mandatory, as will take place all administrative procedures, such as registration, library card, meals card, a presentation of the cultural activities at N.T.U.A., as well as a tour of the campus.
In case an Erasmus student cannot keep up with the Orientation Day, there is always the possibility to register another day, but not later than two weeks from the beginning of the courses, with his/her buddy.
Erasmus students should apply for a buddy at the following link: http://ntua.esngreece.gr/content/find-greek-buddy.
Application for a buddy is MANDATORY!
N.T.U.A. buddy service is based on a “one buddy per incoming student” scheme. Incoming students are assigned a buddy studying at the School they are expected to register at N.T.U.A.
School of Architecture
Incoming students at the School of Architecture should contact Mrs Eleftheria VAROUCHAKI about information concerning all aspects of their mobility at N.T.U.A.:
Ms. Eleftheria Varouchaki
Erasmus+ Office, Patission 42, Athens, Tositsa building, 5th floor
Tel. (+) 30 210 772 3834
Students with disabilities/learning difficulties
Students with disabilities are welcomed at N.T.U.A.! The type of disability should be mentioned at the nomination email, so as to help Central/School Administration and the Erasmus+ Committees to prepare the best way possible the students’ mobility.
Pastoral care for students with learning difficulties is supported at N.T.U.A. The type of counselling the student will be needing should be attested at the nomination procedure.