Academic requirements

General entry requirements for:

Bachelor programmes

As a general requirement, to enter a Bachelor or an Integrated study programme one has:
• to have completed four-year secondary education, and
• to pass the entrance exam.
Specific admission prerequisites usually include specific knowledge in certain disciplines and should be checked for each individual programme a student is interested in. Entrance exams are usually held in early July (the first round) and early September (the second round, if there are places left).
The ranking of candidates depends on both the entrance exam and their results at the previous level of education.

Master programmes

For Master programmes lasting one year with 60 ECTS a candidate has to have obtained a Bachelor diploma with at least 240 ECTS points.
For Master programmes lasting two years with 120 ECTS a candidate has to have obtained a Bachelor diploma with at least 180 ECTS points.
Admission requirements vary from programme to programme (usually in regard to the area of previous education) and should be checked on the web pages with information on particular programmes.

Doctoral studies

A basic requirement to enrol at Doctoral studies is that the candidate has successfully completed a Master programme and obtained at least 300 ECTS. Additional requirements, such as a minimum grade point average, number of papers published in scientific journals, etc. are determined by each institution and presented on the web pages of particular doctoral study programmes.