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Study in a Greek University

Language requirement
Candidates admitted either into a Faculty or a Department must also hold a certificate denoting their command of the Greek language (such a certificate is issued after relevant examinations either by the University of Athens or by the University of Thessaloniki; alternatively, the candidate should hold a 3rd level or higher certificate issued by the Greek Language Centre of Thessaloniki).
 
Candidates who do not hold any of those language certificates, can only enroll in the next academic year of their admission to a Greek University, on condition that they will by then have obtained the prerequisite language certificate. The examinations for the Greek language certificate are held twice a year: around June and September in Athens, at the Modern Greek Language Centre of the University Campus in Zografou; also, in June and October in Thessaloniki, at the Modern Greek Language Centre of the University of Thessaloniki.
 
For candidates that hold a graduation certificate from a Greek or Cypriot Lyceum, no language certificate is required.

Universities in Athens

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is the first University not only of Greece but both the Balkan peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean region. Spanning nine (9) Schools - Theology; Law; Economics and Political Sciences; Philosophy; Sciences; Health Sciences; Education; Physical Education and Sport Science; Agricultural Development, Nutrition and Sustainability - and forty four (44) Departments belonging to the above schools, the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) covers a wide range of academic fields.

Learn more: https://en.uoa.gr/

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