Tuition fees

The tuition fees correspond to the amount of 4,000 euros for the entire study (2 semesters), which will be paid in instalments as follows: 25% (i.e., 1,000 euros) of the tuition is deposited with the admission and the registration of the students (prior to the registration), 25% (i.e., 1,000 euros) at the beginning of the first semester and the remaining 50% (i.e., 2,000 euros) at the beginning of the second semester.

Free Tuition

Exempted from tuition fees, are postgraduate students whose individual income and family disposable income, if they share the same, do not exceed independently, the individual 100%, and family 70% per week of the national median available equivalent income, according to the most recently published data of the Hellenic Statistical Authority. This exemption is provided for participation in a single Master’s Course. In any case, the exempted students cannot exceed thirty percent (30%) of the total number of students admitted. If the beneficiaries exceed 30%, they are selected starting from those who have the lowest income.

Scholarships

Scholarships or awards of excellence are provided to postgraduate students, according to a decision of University Committee. The terms of the grant, the obligations and the rights of the fellows are determined by the committee’s decision.

For the academic year 2002-2023 there are two scholarship options

  • “Dimitris Lois” scholarship  – For more information contact Choose Life charity.
  • “Andreas Mentzelopoulos” scholarship  – For more information check here.

Key information

APPLICATION DEADLINE

September 26, 2022

Start date (2022/2023)

October 05, 2022

Duration of the course

2 semesters, 60 ECTS credits

LANGUAGE

English

TIMEPLAN

Worker friendly (evening/ WE classes)

LOCATION

Athens or Patras, web-based courses

TUITION FEES

4.000 € (exemptions and scholarships available)

This course is a bi-institutional programme of postgraduate studies of the School of Medicine of Patras and the Dept. of Biomedical Sciences of the University of West Attica.