Terms of Studies
Terms of Studies
When deciding the call positions, the Committee of the Statistics Department, determines the courses offered each semester, which of them will be mandatory, as well as the number of lecture hours and tutorials for each course.
Course attendance is compulsory. If the unjustified absences in a course exceed one third of the study hours, the student is considered failed and has to retake the course the next time it is offered.
Each student can be examined in failed courses in the September exams. If said student fails and in September he can take the exam in the following exams of the specific course. If he fails again then he is disqualified from the program and he only receives a Certificate of Attendance.
Postgraduate students have the right to express their complaints or submit their objections to decisions taken by the Committee, in the Departments Secretariat.
The programs accepts Statistics Departments graduates, both from domestic and abroad Universities, given that their degree grade is “Very Good”, or higher. Graduates from other scientific fields can also be accepted, under the criteria determined by the 2083/92 law.
Applicants Profile and Requirements:
The program accepts graduates from Statistics Departments, both from domestic and abroad Universities. Graduates from other scientific fields can also be accepted, under the criteria determined by the 2083/92 law.
The selection process is conducted in two phases. In the first phase, applicants are selected based on the data submitted (studies, recommendations, etc). Those selected in this phase are called in for an interview, either face to face or with Skype.
To determine the success order the Committee has determined various selection criteria, which are:
- General degree grade (at least 7,5/10)
- Oral interview
- Knowledge of the English language
- Any pre-existing research activity, and
- Other criteria adopted by the Departments Committee