University of Crete
Faculty of Medicine
Voutes Campus, Heraklion,
Why study at University of Crete?
The University currently has over 300 bilateral agreements with partner Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) through the ECs Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus as well as exchange agreements with other international partners, and participates in a wide range of educational and exchange programmes.
The University also participates in networks designed to facilitate scientific collaborations (eg the recently formed Network of Island Universities).
What is possible:
Necessary language skills:
A good command of English (B2) is necessary.
English language courses are a compulsory component of many of the University’s undergraduate degrees. There are also foreign language courses available as electives in various languages, including French and German.
Assistance in housing:
Even though no accommodation on campus can be offered, the International Office provides students with a list of places suitable for student accommodation.
It is estimated that, on average, a Greek student spends a minimum of between 600-725 euros per month for private accommodation, utilities, food, transport and other expenses. More specifically, costs are estimated as follows:
Accommodation (shared flat): 250 Euros
Catering (self-catered): 200 Euros
Bus fares: 25 Euros
Other expenses: 250 Euros