Each academic year, the Aristotle University grants a number of Scholarships to foreign nationals and resident aliens, both of non-Greek descent, for undergraduate or postgraduate studies or research in any of its Schools, provided that they meet the requirements set by the Scholarships Regulation approved by the Aristotle University Senate. The number of scholarships available as well as the amount of the monthly grant are set each year by the Rectors’ Council upon the proposal of the Studies Committee. The amount of the monthly grant for postgraduate scholarships is 30% higher than the one for undergraduate scholarships.
Undergraduate Studies. Scholarships are awarded to
- first-year registered students, and up to three (3) per academic year for each Aristotle University Faculty and for studies in any School. These can be extended to so many years as determined by University legislation as minimum duration to qualify for graduation according to each particular School.
- intermediate-year registered students, and up to three (3) per academic year for each Aristotle University Faculty and for studies in any School. These can also be extended in accordance with above.
Postgraduate Studies. Scholarships are awarded to registered postgraduate students, and up to three (3) per academic year for each Aristotle University Faculty and for studies in any School. These are initially for one year and can be extended for so many years as in such cases as:
- up to two (2) years duration, for postgraduate studies at Master’s level in any accredited Program of Postgraduate Studies
- up to three (3) year duration, for a PhD
These Scholarships are advertised in the local press for the information of all interested parties.
You can read here the current academic year Announcement and download the neccessary Form for undergraduateor postgraduate studies scholarship.
Applications for undergraduate or postgraduate scholarships are considered ONLY from registered Aristotle University foreign students.
No scholarships are awarded to Aristotle University foreign students during their foundation year in the School of Modern Greek Language