ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES
Applications for admission to the program will be considered only from candidates that fulfil the minimum entrance criteria as described below:
- A Bachelor’s degree (BA/BSc) in social sciences, law, or any other relevant degree (relevance will be assessed accordingly).
- Good knowledge of English language; Students satisfy the English requirements if their first degree was taught in English. Otherwise, they would need to present a minimum TOEFL score 550 and above, or Computer-based TOEFL score of 213 and above, or Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) score 79-80 and above, or GCSE (or GCE) English Language “O” Level of “C” or above or IELTS of 6.5 and above or Cambridge Exams (First Certificate with Grade B and above, as well as Proficiency with Grade C and above or a score placement at the ENGL-100 level of the University English Placement Test).
The University offers English courses at various levels to help students reach the required standard for admission to a graduate programme.
Knowledge of more than one foreign language will be considered an advantage.
- Τwo recommendation letters.
- A personal statement by the prospective student expressing his/her interest in following the program.
- A CV of the prospective student.
The criteria for evaluating candidates are the following:
- Academic qualifications (grade and reputation of the accrediting institution of the first degree, the field of first degree and specialization, and if any, other post-graduate studies).
- Recommendation letters and quality of personal statement.
- Professional experience (if any).
- Research potential of the candidate.