English » MA Philosophy » Admission

Holders of a first cycle degree, awarded by all Departments of Greek Universities, or by foreign Higher Education Institutions belonging to the National Registry of Foreign Recognized Higher Education Institutes (info: D.O.A.T.A.P. -Hellenic NARIC) are admitted to the M.A. program.

The application period is expected to open by end of May 2024. 

When submitting their application, candidates must supply the following documents:

1) One completed Application form (can be downloaded here)

2) Curriculum Vitae

3) Electronic copy of an identification document (national ID or passport)

4) Certified copy of the university Diploma (or Certificate of Completion of Degree Requirements)

5) Transcript of Records (listing the grades obtained by the student)

6) A certificate of English language proficiency, that equals at least a B2 level. If not available, the applicant must participate in an online English exam, conducted by the Program. This does not apply to native speakers or graduates holding an academic degree taught in English.

7) Two letters of recommendation. The authors should email them directly to secr-philosophymaster@philosophy.uoa.gr

8) Scientific publications, if available

9) Evidence of professional or research activity if any

Admission criteria

Applications are evaluated based on the following criteria:

- Undergraduate Degree grade/classification (GPA) (20%)

- Certified knowledge of English at B2 level (10%)

- Certified knowledge of a second foreign language at B2 level (5%)

- Scientific publications, participation in conferences (10%)

- Two letters of recommendation (required)

- Relevant research or professional activity (10%)

- Possession of another master’s or doctoral degree (10%)

- Interview (35%)

Please note that upon the end of the application procedure, candidates whose application is complete and was submitted on time will be invited to attend an online interview. During the interview, they will have the opportunity to elaborate on why they chose this course and will be asked relevant questions. Any practical arrangements will be announced in due time. An interview timetable will be posted on the Program’s website.