Key Information

The program starts on October 31, 2022.

Duration: Minimum three semesters, maximum six semesters

Maximum number of students: 30

Minimum number of students: 10

Tuition fee: 4500 €, which can also be paid in installments of 1500 € at the beginning of each semester.

All lectures are taught in English.


Entry requirements

For Greek students: University degree (Ptyxion or Diploma) in one of the following areas: Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Molecular Biology, Material Science, Informatics, or in any other relevant specialty.

For international students: Bachelor’s degree in Science (BSc) in one of the following areas: Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Molecular Biology, Material Science, Informatics, or in any other relevant specialty.

Degree requirement: At least 6.5/10 or equivalent degrees

English competence: Γ1/C1 certificate

No certificate is required for International students who obtained their degree following a program taught in English or if English is their native language.


Eligible candidates are:

  1. Graduates of Schools of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering, in Computer Engineering and Informatics, as well as any other relevant specialty.
  2. Graduates of University Departments of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Materials Science, as well as any other relevant specialty.
  3. Graduates of Departments of Informatics or Information Sciences.

Location

Students can attend courses in any one of the following locations:

Facilities of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace (DECE), in Xanthi, Greece.

Facilities of the National Centre of Scientific Research “Demokritos” (INN-D), Athens, Greece.

Courses will be also presented live online and students can attend up to 35% of lectures of each course remotely.


Legal Facts

1. M.Sc. Act of establishment. Greek Government Gazzete (ΦΕΚ Β’ 1388/8-4-2021)

2. M.Sc. Regulation. Greek Government Gazzete (ΦΕΚ Β’ 1408/8-4-2021)