Erasmus+ Mobility at TUC, TUofCrete
Erasmus+ Mobility at TUC

Incoming Students

Students wishing to apply to the Technical University of Crete for their Erasmus+ studies will have to be sure that their Institution has signed an Erasmus+ Inter-Institutional Agreement with TUC [Please check here]. 
Before submitting their application, incoming students must be nominated by their Home University, by e-mail at erasmus<at>
Incoming students have to respect the deadlines for submitting applications, which are as follows:
June 1, both for the winter semester and the whole academic year
November 1, for the spring semester.
Incoming students should send their application to the ERASMUS+ Office by email at erasmus<at>  together with:

  • Student application form
  • In case of diploma thesis preparation, incoming students should first of all (depending on their academic background ) seek the initial approval of a faculty member of one of TUC Schools to supervise their diploma thesis. Approval is given by the supervisor by filling in and signing the document INITIAL APPROVAL FOR SUPERVISION OF DIPLOMA THESIS which then must be included in the student's application package to TUC's Erasmus Office.
  • Learning Agreement (signed and stamped by the students and their Home Institution)
  • Transcript of Records (in English only)
  • Certificate of English language competence level at B2   
  • Two extra passport size photos for the Greek Student ID Card
  • European Health Insurance Card, valid for the duration of their stay

Students are required to select courses for 30 ECTS in one semester and 60 ECTS in a full academic year and match them with courses of corresponding ECTS at their home university.


Course Catalogues


IMPORTANT: For the selection of the courses, incoming Erasmus students must contact the Erasmus Departmental Coordinator, before submitting their application.

School of Production Engineering and Management-Undergraduate Course Catalogue 
School of Production Engineering and Management-Graduate Student Handbook

School of Mineral Resources Engineering-Undergraduate Studies
School of Mineral Resources Engineering-Graduate Studies

School of Electrical & Computer Engineering Course Catalogue 2019-2020 PLEASE SEE HERE THE UPDATED FILE!

School of Environmental Engineering Erasmus+ Course Catalogue 2018-2019 PLEASE SEE HERE THE UPDATED FILE!

School of Architectural Engineering Erasmus+ Course Catalogue

Erasmus Academic Coordinators

School of Production Engineering and Management
Associate Professor Spiros PAPAEFTHIMIOU Tel. +0030 2821 0377428 

Office location: Building E5, Groundfloor, Office No. 011


School of Mineral Resources Engineering

Professor Alexandros GOTSIS, Tel. +0030 28210 37259

Office location: Building Λ, ... floor, Office No. ...

School of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Associate Professor Ekaterini MANIA, Tel. +0030 28210 37222

Office location: Building L, 2nd floor, Office No. 145Α-14

School of Environmental Engineering

Assistant Professor Paraskevi PANAGIOTOPOULOU, Tel. +0030 28210 37770 

Office location: Building K2, 1st floor, Office No. 119 

School of Architecture

Assist. Professor Alexandros VAZAKAS, Tel. +0030 28210 37129  

Office location: Building K4, 1st floor, Office No. ...


Erasmus students cannot unfortunately be accommodated at the Halls of Residence of the University Campus because the places available are already very few for the greek students themselves.

As a result, Erasmus students are accommodated in various rooms (or studios) in town. There is also the possibility that students share a room in some private owned houses. Depending on their preferences and the places available, the personnel of the Erasmus Office, will help accommodate the students and will try to satisfy their needs.

Depending on the size of the studios and their location in town, prices might range from 300-400 (per studio) per month, or about 200-250 euros per month, (per room in the house). Generally, all charges are included in the option of the house. 

Students should inform the personnel of the Erasmus Office at least one month in advance, on the exact date of their arrival.

The personnel of the Erasmus Office cannot be responsible for students who either fail to submit their application before the deadlines or those who fail to inform the Erasmus Office on the exact date of their arrival. 

Students who do not comply with the rules and the procedure must bear the responsibility to find a place to stay themselves. If, however, there are still some places available, then they will get extra help from the Erasmus Office Personnel.

For more information on the application procedure, the academic credit system, the services & facilities of the University, travel & accomodation, please read the ERASMUS+ Student Guide.

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