Incoming Erasmus+ students are welcome at the University of Ioannina, under the framework of Erasmus+ signed inter-institutional agreements.
Incoming Erasmus+ students are advised to contact the International Relations Office (E. email@example.com, T. +30-26510-07107) for extended information regarding their study period, stay and accommodation at the University of Ioannina.
Students studying at the Departments of
- Music Studies
- Informatics and Telecommunications
- Accounting and Finance
are requested to contact the Mobility Office of the former Technological Educational Institute of Epirus at firstname.lastname@example.org or their Departmental Coordinator for more information pertaining to their study period and accommodation.
1st semester: early October / early- February
2nd semester: mid February / mid June
Please be aware that the Departments may follow a slightly differentiated calendar.
1st semester: last two weeks of January and first two weeks of February
2nd semester: June
Re-sit: September (not for Erasmus+ incoming students, unless otherwise agreed upon with the home University).
UoI shall acknowledge receipt of the nominations, through e-mail. Only the acknowledgment of this official nomination constitutes acceptance of the students. The students will only be accepted once the required condition (English B1 level) is met.
The Erasmus+ or International Relations Office of the student’s home University should e-mail all appropriate documents (duly completed and signed scanned copies of the Learning Agreement and Transcript of Records) to our International Relations Office (at email@example.com) within one month following the acknowledgement/acceptance e-mail:
2. Transcript of Records (only for 1st cycle students), issued by the home University. The Transcript consists basically of a list of the course units taken, the exams passed and the credits gained by the student so far. For 2nd cycle students, a scanned copy of BA or BSc degree along with a Transcript of Recrods recording master level courses passed and credits gained so far (if possible), should be provided. For 3rd cycle students, a scanned copy of the MA or MSc degree, should be provided.
3. Proof of sufficient language skills in the English (or Greek) language (please refer to the language requirements section).
In case the above documents do not reach our International Office within one month (following the acknowledgement/acceptance e-mail), the student’s nomination will no longer be valid.
A third campus is located in the city of Arta (for the Departments of Music Studies, Informatics and Telecommunications and Agriculture belonging to the former Technological Educational Institute of Epirus)
A fourth campus is located in the city of Preveza (for the Department of Accounting and Finance belonging to the former Technological Educational Institute of Epirus)
A fifth campus is located in the city of Igoumenitsa (for the Department of Translation and Interpreting belonging to the former Technological Educational Institute of Epirus)
This request is related to the fact that Erasmus students without any knowledge of Modern Greek can hardly attend any classes throughout their stay and benefit in full from their Erasmus period of study here.
Nonetheless, the Department of Philology would also like to emphasize that nominations of students with no knoledge of Modern Greek
will continue to be considered, even though with relatively lower priority.
Level B2 in English, is strongly recommended, particularly for those taking Master level courses (2nd study cycle). Every student’s nomination should be supported by a recognized English certificate. Alternatively, proof of sufficient level of competence in the English language should be submitted.
In any case, before filing their Learning Agreement, students are strongly advised to contact the respective Departmental Coordinator.
Deadlines to apply:
2nd semester: 30th November
The Accommodation Office will make every effort to accommodate Erasmus Students in Student Residence Halls (rooms with en suite bathroom facilities).
Applications are accepted and processed on a first-come first-served basis (according the official nomination date by the home institution),
until a maximum number of approx. 40 rooms per academic year is reached.
It is important for students to understand that being admitted to the University of Ioannina does not automatically mean receiving a dorm room.
For more information please feel free to contact Mrs Ioanna Fotou (mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +30 26510 09132).
The cost of a single room is 65 euro/month
The cost of a double room is 50 euro/month/person
Upon arrival, a deposit (guarantee) which equals the monthly rate of the room is requested by the student.
All rooms are usually available for Erasmus students
- from 1st October to the first week of February for the 1st semester (or the full academic year depending on the chosen mobility duration)
- from 15th February to the end of June for the 2nd semester
In case of prolongation requests, these will have to be submitted to the accommodation office no later than 1st November, but it is highly unlikely that a room at the Halls of Residence will be offered for prolongation periods, since students nominated for the 2nd semester will have priority.
Private temporary (furnished) accommodation in Ioannina is very scarce, yet assistance may be offered by our International Relations Office, however with no guarantees that prospective Erasmus students may find appropriate housing solutions outside the campus at a reasonable price.
Breakfast served from 07.30 - 09.30
Lunch served from 11.30 - 15.00
Students and staff with disabilities: UoI welcomes students with disabilities. The necessary individual arrangements need to be discussed well in advance (10 months prior to arrival).
All Erasmus students may follow courses in Greek language at the Center for the Study of the Hellenic Language and Culture (free of charge). Applications are submitted upon arrival.
ESN Ioannina: ESN Ioannina is a very active student body and provides help and assistance to all incoming students both prior and during their stay in Ioannina. Nominated students are advised to contact ESN Ioannina the soonest possible at email@example.com.
Other important student services: Students are provided with three meals per day at our Students' Restaurant.
Settle in. The student must make sure he/she has updated contact with the Housing Office. Once he/she arrives on campus,
he/she will have to pick up the room key and then visit the room at the Hall of Residence.
Register at the International Relations Office and the Secretariat of the student's home Department.
The International Relations Office is located on campus, at 'Metavatiko' Building (where all administration services are located), at the 2nd floor.
The Secretariats of the Departments are also located at the 'Metavatiko' Building.
Only the Secretariats of the Departments of Nursing, Speech and Language Therapy and Pre-School Education are located in the building of the prior Technological Educational Institute of Epirus (please contact your Departmental Coordinator for more information).
Please note that the Department of Economics has a decentralised Mobility Office (firstname.lastname@example.org), which students should also be in contact with.
For a more efficient and personalized attention, before visiting the International Relations Office, students should kindly contact us to make an appointment (email@example.com).
The students should either submit a certificate of arrival for signature or ask for a certificate of arrival from the International Relations Office.
When enrolling at the Secretariat of the home Department the students will get instructions on how to apply on‐line for the Academic ID Card (“passo”), which gives access to university libraries,
sports facilities and entitles students to discount rates on public transportation.
Meet the Professors responsible for your exchange agreement
The student should schedule an appointment both with the Departmental Coordinator and the agreement initiator.
Learning Agreement and possible modifications
The students' Learning Agreement has to be signed by all parties.
Please note that students are only allowed to make changes to their Learning Agreement, within the first month of their stay in Ioannina.
According to the guidelines of the Erasmus programme, students should follow a study programme of 30 ECTS credits (for a semester) and 60 ECTS credits (for an academic year).
If the students have significantly less or more credits on their Learning Agreement, they should discuss this with their Departmental Coordinator.
We encourage students to bring a copy of the Certificate/Confirmation of Arrival or at least the official date of arrival, as well as proof (i.e. copy of ticket) of their official date of departure.
The end date of the study period shall be the last day the student was present at the UoI (and under no circumstances shall they mention a date of departure any later than the end of the examination/evaluation period).
- they owe books to the Central Library and Information Center,
- they have pending financial issues with their Housing Office.
Don’t forget to provide the Secretariat of the School with a copy (and/or the Mobility Office of the Department of Economics, for the students of Economics).
TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS
Student's grades may take some weeks to be announced to the student's host Department Secretariat and the IRO of the UoI.
The IRO does not hand in ToRs to incoming students directly. In accordance with our agreements, the IRO of the UoI sends the ToRs to the home University, via e-mail (duly signed and stamped scanned copies) within 5 weeks after the end of the examination/evaluation period
(with CC to the student). Should neither the student nor the home University IRO receive the ToRs past this waiting period, we encourage either of them to contact the IRO of the UoI.
The ToRs are only sent once the students' study period is over.
Full year students will not receive a 1st semester ToR, under any circumstance.
GETTING TO AND AROUND
Situated centrally in north-western Greece, with the coastline to west and the mountains to the east, Ioannina stands as one of the best and easily accessible offbeat escapes in Europe.
Ioannina International Airport is growing into one of Greece’s well-connected airports, serving daily flights to Athens and connecting an increasingly large number of cities abroad. The city is built on Egnatia Highway that spans two milennia connecting mainland Greece and Europe to Asia.
Please visit the following links for a sneak preview of Ioannina:
The University of Ioannina
International & Public Relations Directorate
(Metavatiko Building, 2nd floor)
GR45110 Ioannina, Greece
Tel. +30-26510-7107, +30-26510-07443