Student Welfare Service

  • Academic Matters. For help and advice relating to the Program, an academic advisor is appointed to each student upon acceptance.
  • Accommodation. A list of flats to let, furnished or unfurnished, will be available to all accepted students upon request. Prices currently vary between 250-500 Euros pcm, not including utility and maintenance bills. 
  • Visa requirements and procedures. The Program’s admission and administrative offices will provide information and advice throughout the visa-obtaining process.
  • Medical care. All enrolled students are entitled to full health insurance, as the rest of the undergraduate and post-graduate students of th eNational and Kapodistrian University of Athens. More Info.
  • Museums and sites. All students will be provided with a free-entry card, valid for all state museums and sites, and for an indefinite number of visits.
  • Public transport. All students will receive discount travel cards, valid for all public transportation within Athens, including the Athens metro (at approx. 42% the regular fare).
  • Student Club meals. All enrolled students are entitled to up to two meals per day at the Student Restaurant located at the Philosophy School Building of the University Campus, at a discounted price (currently 3 Euros per day for two meals). More Info.
  • University Gym. All enrolled students enjoy free access to the University Gym and Swimming Pool. More Info.
  • Computer Services. All enrolled students are given free access to the Department’s Computer Room.
  • Access to all University libraries and those of the foreign archaeological schools at Athens.