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If you plan to apply as an incoming student, this is our Department's information page about the Erasmus program.

Bilateral Agreements

The Department of Economics actively participates at the Erasmus+ Program and accepts students for studies. It has bilateral student-exchange agreements under this program with a number of European universities:

Erasmus Courses

Incoming ERASMUS students can choose taught courses in English, administered together with the Department of Business Administration. The list of such courses for the academic year 2018-2019 can be found in the following link: 

List of courses taught in English (academic year 2019-2020)

Course Timetable, Fall Semester 2019-2020

Course Timetable, Spring Semester 2019-2020

Staff members are also prepared to supervise incoming ERASMUS students’ final-year projects or dissertations on topics related to their current research interests. 

General information about the Department of Economics and the undergraduate curriculum can be found in the link:

Program of Studies 2018-2019, Undergraduate Curriculum

Application procedure

In order to be accepted for studies in the Department of Economics, an incoming student should be a full-time student of a University with which the Department of Economics has a Bilateral Student Exchange Agreement for the corresponding year. Please check the list here.

The student should follow the procedure explained here:

Erasmus Departmental Coordinator

Athina Zervoyianni, Assoc.Professor (