UNIWA offers high-level undergraduate studies consisting of 26 Undergraduate Programs with a particular emphasis on both the interdisciplinary approach and the modern needs of the labor market. The 6 Schools with the 26 out of the total 27 Departments of the University organize and run Undergraduate Programs, most of which include multiple specialization options, offering students the opportunity of building personalized learning paths according to their interests.
Admission to these programs (except for graduates of other Higher Education Institutions) is defined by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs to which the respective national admission applications are lodged.
Undergraduate Programs at UNIWA are developed taking into consideration internationally recognized curricula standards and approaches, the guidelines of the Hellenic Quality Assurance & Accreditation Agency and the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).
The University offers 4 and 5 year Undergraduate Programs, which provide its graduates with the opportunity to acquire specialized scientific knowledge, skills and competences.
Specifically, the University’s Undergraduate Programs aim to:
Provide high-quality higher education at both theoretical and applied level.
Keep up-to-date with new developments in the included scientific fields.
Ensure that students acquire knowledge, skills and competences, which enable them to successfully pursue postgraduate programs in universities in Greece and abroad.
Promote science in the scientific fields of the University’s teaching and research staff members.
Create the appropriate environment for the exchange of ideas between the academic community, the labor market, and the society.
Create the right environment for the exchange of ideas between the labor market, academic community and society.