Tuition Statistics

In the context of the educational process evaluation, the Department annually examines specific data, such as the number of students (admissions and graduations), the ratio of the teaching staff to students, the time of the completion of the studies and the degree grades as well as the students’ motility in the context of Erasmus.

Admission criteria

The admission grade for acceptance for the academic years 2013-2014 to 2021-2022 ranges between 15,350-17,840 points (average: 16704 points).

Ratio of undergraduate students to teaching staff

During the last five years, the ratio of the number of undergraduate students per faculty member and per teaching staff (faculty members, contract lecturers and Laboratory Teaching Staff) is steadily decreasing and ranges between 23.1-21.5 and 14.7-12.6, respectively. Although the student/teaching staff ratio is lower than the average respective ratio in the European Union (Eurostat) during this period, this is due to the relatively large number of contract lecturers, underlining the need for the recruitment of faculty members.

Students’ motility

During the last six years, the motility of the students in the context of Erasmus has increased significantly compared to previous years (excluding the academic years 2020-21 and 2021-2022, due to the covid pandemic).

Student admissions and graduations

Since 2012, more than 100 students are enrolled annually and an average of more than 60 students are graduating.

Duration of studies and Diploma degree

Over the last decade, students graduate with an average Diploma degree of 7.1.

Regarding the duration of studies, for the academic years 2010-2011 to 2020-2022,
31% of the students graduate, on average, in 4 years. This percentage is higher for the years 2017-2018 to 2020-2022 which reflects the effectiveness of the implementation of the requirement to complete at least 75% of the ECTS of the 1st and 2nd years before student enrollment in the 3rd year.