When to apply...
Deadlines and submission
Generally, the deadline for applying
- For the Fall semester is end of August.
- For the Spring semester, end of November.
- For the Summer semester is end of March.
It would be wise to start preparing your documents 1 month in advance; that is because the visa process takes a relatively long time to prepare, so you need to allow for a 1-month buffer.
For non-EU students, the process takes particularly longer; it basically depends on how fast government authorities can process applications.
Postage time needs to be taken into consideration as well.
Choosing a course checklist
- The first thing is to decide what courses you would like to take
- Pick a “second best” alternative… just in case.
- Check which university or college is offering the courses you need
- Review and evaluate the program details
- Find out about the fees.
- Check deadlines and the fine print.
- If everything checks out, proceed with your application.
Applying to a university
Choosing a subject
Step 1 is to decide what subject you would like to study. It could be business, engineering, architecture, medicine, etc. However, you need to make sure if your existing degree is relevant and accepted for the subject matter you wish to study. You will find this information in the course description after you search for it here.
Choosing your course
Step 2 is to choose the courses you’d like to take. If let’s say you choose Business Administration, then you need to choose the courses offered as part of the core subject of Business Administration such as Management, Marketing, General business, etc.
Choosing the right university for you
Step 3 is to find which university or college offers the programme you want. That is where the UAGC search engine comes in. click here.
You need to have your academic background documents for applying to the university or college you’ve chosen. This can be
- Your high school diploma,
- Your school results,
- Previous experience,
- English language requirements,
Bearing in mind that these have to be written in English or Greek language. If they’re not in English, you need to have them officially translated into English.
Academic documents for undergraduate programs
- A recognized High School Leaving Certificate or equivalent.
- Some programs may have additional requirements, in which case they are specified separately under the relevant program details.
For a student to register directly for the programs conducted in English, they need to have
513 and above
183 and above
65 and above
5.5 and above
Cambridge Exams [First Certificate]
B and above
Cambridge Exams [Proficiency Certificate
C and above
GCSE English Language “O” Level
C and above
Michigan Examination of Proficiency in English
Michigan Examination of Competency in English
But if you do not have any one of the above, don’t worry…….
You can register for your preferred course, and as soon you arrive. You will sit for an English placement test so the University can determine your level of English proficiency and provide extra English courses if necessary.
Prepare your personal statement. It always helps… Here are some tips
- Make a draft without a character counter. ...
- Take your time. ...
- Find the perfect words and expressions. ...
- Concentrate on your strengths. ...
- Find the perfect opening sentence. ...
- Make it your own work, voice and ideas. ...
- Be honest in anything you say…
- Get someone to proofread your statement.
Relax. Please don’t overdo it reading it again and again. You’re done..........