The Program of Graduate Studies (PGS) in “Science and Technology of Electrical and Computer Engineering” leads to a Graduate Diploma of Specialization (GDS), equivalent to Master’s Degree. Detailed rules and regulations are listed in the Graduate Studies Rules Handbook.
There is a number of courses (all electives) offered at the graduate level, group into the subject areas of the Department. In order to receive a GDS, students are required to successfully complete either 6 graduate courses, each of 7.5 ECTS units, and a Graduate Thesis of 15 ECTS units or 8 graduate courses, each of 7.5 ECTS units. The Graduate Thesis is prerequisite for those who want to pursuit a PhD. The minimum duration of studies is 2 semesters and the maximum 8 semesters. Each year a number of teaching assistant scholarships are offered to first-year students.
The PGS building is located at 10 Iasonos Str
Graduate Program Coordinating Committee (GPCC)
|Graduate Program Chairman|
|Gerasimos Potamianos||C3/2||+30 24210 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nikolaos Bellas||B3/7||+30 24210 email@example.com|
|Christos Antonopoulos||Β3/5||+30 24210 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Graduate Program Academic Advisors|
|Christos Sotiriou||C4||+30 24210 email@example.com|
|Nestoras Evmorfopoulos||PS Bld, E5||+30 24210 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Τelephone||+30 24210 74934|
|Fax||+30 24210 74997|