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Applicants who have already obtained a high school graduation diploma

Collect the following obligatory documents/certificates which should be uploaded onto the application platform of STEP 2

I. National ID card, passport, or other identification document

II. Graduation diploma

  • III. Final two high school (or equivalent institution) years’ academic transcripts, both in the original language and official translation in English
  • IV. At least one of the following:
  • -International Baccalaureate (IB) with at least 38 points overall.

  • -Level (AAA), subjects requested Chemistry, Biology and one more science subject.

  • -BMAT

  • -MCAT
  • -BSc cognate to medicine from an accredited institution
  • -Pre-med program
  • V. English language competency certificate (not required for English native speakers and for those who have a graduation diploma from a high school with the instruction in the English language)
  • VI. Short curriculum vitae
  • VII. A brief personal statement, to outline your reasons for wishing to enroll in the program
  • VIII. Reference letters (optional)

Please note that (I)(V) should be certified/apostilled to proceed to step 2.

Applicants  who are in the final high school grade

Collect the following obligatory documents/certificates which should be uploaded onto the application platform of STEP 2

I. National ID card, passport, or other identification document

II. Academic transcript of the previous (pre-final) high school year both in the original language and official translation in English

III. Statement of enrolment for the current year both in the original language and in English

IV. Current year’s most recent transcript of records, both in the original language and in English

V. At least one of the following:

-Predicted grades of International Baccalaureate (IB) including three higher level subjects (two of them should be selected from Physics, Chemistry, Biology). Minimum: 38 points overall.

-Predicted grades of A Levels (AAA). Subjects requested Chemistry, Biology and one more science subject.

-BMAT

  • VI. English language competency certificate (not required for native speakers and for those who have a graduation diploma from a high school with the instruction in the English language ),
  • VII. Short curriculum vitae
  • VIII. A brief personal statement, to outline your reasons for wishing to enroll in the program
  • IX. Reference letters (optional)

Please note that (I)(V) should be certified/apostilled to proceed to step 2.

 

  • -Enter the application platform: https://cloud-services.anova.gr/MEDICEN/
  • -Complete all required information carefully and upload all documentation and certificates described in STEP 1.
  • -After submitting your application, you will receive an automatic email with your Application ID and a summary of your application.

-If you have not yet notarized your high school or/and pre-med, BSc transcripts (original ones and official translation into English) you must do so by having the Apostille attached to them, if your country is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention or by having them certified by a Hellenic Consulate or Embassy office in your country. 
Find Apostille countries in https://www.apostille.org.uk/apostille-countries 

-Send them by email to medicen@uoa.gr (mentioning your Application ID as subject). In case you are admitted to the Program you must bring the certified originals with you during your registration.

-If you are a last-year senior high school student, you might not have your diploma in hand yet. Still your most recent academic transcript as well as the previous school year’s academic transcript must be sent by your school to medicen@uoa.gr mentioning your Application ID.

If you are eligible for admission, you may be invited to an interview via online video conference after the deadline of applications.

NB: the applicant is fully responsible to check her/his email account (also check “trash” folder) for updates on her/his application and not expect phone calls. 

An admission letter (conditional or not) will be sent to you if you have successfully passed the interview. To secure a place in the program you will need to proceed with paying the amount of 3,000€, within the deadline set in the admission letter.

You will receive instructions on how to pay the amount of 3,000€ to the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Please be informed that the amount of 3,000€ is non-refundable and it will be deducted from the total tuition fees amount of 13,000€. A receipt will be sent to you as soon as the University financial authorities have traced the money of the deposit.

Health insurance

You should have arranged for private health insurance, covering your stay in Greece during your studies before you can enroll in the program.
In case you need assistance, our Admission Office can help you with this process.

Visa Application

If you are a non-EU citizen, you will have to apply for a long-stay student national visa (Type of Visa: National-D, Category “D.1.1 Studies”) by the Hellenic Embassy or Consular authority in your country. Visit https://www.mfa.gr/en/visas for further information.

International Students Support Unit

After you have registered in the program you can contact the International Students Support Unit (please visit: https://issu.uoa.gr/ , issu[@]uoa.gr or echondraki[@]uoa.gr attention to: Mrs Eirini Chondraki).