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AAS College

AAS College is the only University level college in Greece with such a wide range of British Design courses in graduate and postgraduate level. All programmes of study are British programmes of the University of Central Lancashire, which prepare students for the demanding and competitive international market. The students are awarded a British Degree, UCLan’s Degree, which is global brand. The College’s greatest resource is its staff and we are proud of our vocational roots. Laying emphasis on qualitative education we have created a dynamic learning environment with talented teaching staff and modern equipment. Our tutors, most of whom having studied in countries abroad, are all active professionals with a dynamic presence – each in his/her own field – and familiar with new technologies, techniques and trends of design. Teaching is enriched and supported by modern visual aids in bright functional classrooms, a library, workshops, computer studios. Studying design based courses at AAS is a friendly, challenging and rewarding experience. The design discipline has an established heritage and philosophy of “Creative Thinking” that is embedded into our curriculum. It is this creative focus that sets us apart from others. We value our strong links with industry partners who are regular visitors to the College and work with us to provide advice, present lectures and develop live design briefs that give all of our students real world design experiences. You study and practice at fully equipped Computer Studios, Photography Studio, Fashion Design Studios, Design Studios while you can enjoy and relax at the College’s cafe. (Source: the university’s website)

Degree Courses Taught in English: Yes
Online/Distance courses offered: TBC
Bachelors Course Duration: Semesters (6) Years (3)
Masters Course Duration: Semesters (3) Years (1)

None required.

Bachelors Degree’s – IELTS 6 minimum required or equivalent

Master’s Degree’s – IELTS 6.5 minimum required or equivalent

The college’s Accommodation staff will help you to find the right place to live to suit your needs. They can advice you for a lot of flats in purpose-build properties that there are very close to the college.

For information on living in halls as well as private housing options, please visit the university’s Accommodation pages:

AAS Accommodation

The college actively encourages students to enter national and international award schemes, as competition success is a great way for you to gain feedback and exposure, and to progress your career. EU students are allowed to work in Greece without any work permit.

For detailed and up-to-date information on working in Greece, please visit the European Commission’s EURES website:

https://ec.europa.eu/eures/main.jsp?countryId=GR

For those applicants who would like a partial scholarship:

Applicants who apply before the deadline and cover the course’s requirements they

Have a discount to the tuition fees of 18% (€1000.00) if their application result is positive and enroll before the 30th June.

Duration: 36 months (3 years)
Educational Form:
taught
Education Variants:
fulltime
Language: English
Deadline of application: 15th June 2017
Classes Start Date: 2nd October 2017
Tuition Fees: 5,600 €/year
Partial Scholarship: 1.000.00€ (about 18% if you enroll before the 30th June 2017)
Final tuition fees: 4,600 €
Award Body: University of Central Lancashire – UK
British Degree: Bachelor of Arts with Honour

How to apply:

You should apply direct to the AAS College, via internet at: admissions@aas.gr

Requirements, that you have to submit:

  • Diploma and transcript from your school
  • evidence of your ability in English language (IELTS 6.0 or its equivalent)
  • AAS Application form completed
  • portfolio
  • passport
  • a digital passport size photo

 

For those applicants who would like a partial scholarship:

Applicants who apply before the deadline and cover the course’s requirements they

Have a discount to the tuition fees (€500.00) if their application result is positive and enroll before the 30th June.

Duration: 13 months
Educational form: taught
Education Variants: fulltime
Language: English
Classes Start Date: 2nd October 2017
Deadline for application: 15th June 2017
Tuition Fees: 6,200 €
Partial Scholarship: 500€
Final tuition fees: 5,700€
Award Body: University of Central Lancashire – UK
British Degree: Master of Arts

How to apply:

You should apply direct to the AAS College, via internet at: admissions@aas.gr

Requirements, that you have to submit:

  • the AAS Application form completed
  • your Degree or Degrees and transcripts
  • your passport
  • evidence of your ability in English language (e.g. IELTS results: 6.5) if you are not a native speaker
  • portfolio (a PDF file)
  • CV
  • a digital passport size photo

 

Greece, the very birthplace of academia or in Ancient Greek, Akadēmía? This Mediterranean country is widely recognized as the intellectual wellspring to which modern western culture owes many of its linguistic, philosophical, cultural, legal, social and ethical beliefs and systems.

Concepts of individualism, freedom, democracy and government all have their roots in the great thinkers of Ancient Greece, whose ideas are still widely read and debated today. Keen to follow in the footsteps of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus and so many other great questioners and innovators?

There are just over 20 universities in Greece, spread across the country and all within the public sector. While teaching is mainly in Greek, specialised study programs are also available in other languages (most commonly English), at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. These universities are joined by 15 Technological Educational Institutes (TEIs), which offer higher education programs with a focus on practical and professional skills, in subjects such as applied technology, healthcare, agriculture, management and art and design.

(Source: topuniversities.com)

According to the Framework Laws 4009/2011, 4076/2012, 3549/2007, 2916/2001, higher education consists of two parallel sectors: the University sector (Universities, Polytechnics, Fine Arts Schools, the Open University) and the Technological sector (Technological Education Institutions (T.E.I.) and the School of Pedagogic and Technological Education).

The same law regulates issues concerning governance of higher education along the general lines of increased participation, greater transparency, accountability and increased autonomy.

Students who successfully finish their studies in universities and T.E.I. are awarded a “Ptychio” (Bachelor). First cycle programmes last from four years for most fields to five years for engineering and certain other applied science fields and six years for medicine. Bachelor’s degree leads to employment or further study at the post-graduate level that includes the one year second cycle leading to the second degree, “Metaptychiako Diploma Eidikefsis” (MSc) and the third cycle leading to the doctorate degree, “Didaktoriko Diploma”.

The Law 3549/2007 referring to quality assurance in Higher Education, the Credit Transfer System and the Diploma Supplement defines the framework and criteria for evaluation of university departments and for certification of student’s degrees. These measures aim at promoting student mobility and contributing to the creation of a European Higher Education Area.

(Source: Erasmus Office T.E.I. Piraeus)