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Department of Physics


The Erasmus+ Studies program grants student mobility to spend some of their undergraduate time at European Universities. Students can transfer to institutions that have signed bilateral agreements with the NKUA Department of Physics, and are listed in the table below. The duration of these studies cannot exceed one academic semester per student, while their minimum duration is three months.

FRANCEUniversité Grenoble AlpesT. MertzimekisFR/EN
GERMANYRheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität BonnT. MertzimekisEN/DE
ITALYUniversità degli Studi di MilanoT. MertzimekisIT/EN
POLANDUniversity of Zielona GóraT. MertzimekisEN/PL
FRANCEUniversité de LilleA. PapathanassiouFR/EN

The prerequisites for participation of undergraduate students in the Erasmus+ program are (a) enrollment in at least the 2nd year of study at the time of submission of the application and (b) successful completion of at least eight (8) courses and two (2) laboratories. Students in their final year of study and students who have completed the four years of study are eligible to participate only if they have sufficient number of courses corresponding to at least 30 ECTS, to ensure a greater choice of courses from the University's curriculum and corespondingly their recognition by NKUA. A proficiency certificate in the language of instruction of the host University, at least at a B2 level according to the language proficiency scale of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​of the Council of Europe, is required. More information is available on the Erasmus+ website:

In addition, the Department of Physics participates in CIVIS, which is a new network of public European Universities aiming at creating a European University. CIVIS is co-financed by Erasmus+.

More information is available on the CIVIS website: