A Higher Education degree in Engineering or a science discipline relevant to the program’s subject is a prerequisite. Additionally, certification of good knowledge of the English language is required. Scientific and professional experience is also welcome.
Important notice :
According to the new law for Greek higher education (Law 4485/2017 Article 34 (7)) international students that will be selected for our program are obliged to certify their undergraduate diplomas in the Hellenic National Academic Recognition Information Center (Hellenic NARIC) in order to graduate from our course.
Applicants need to attach and submit the following documents, on our web platform (applications commencement date 01/02/2020):
- Detailed CV indicating scientific or industrial experience e.t.c.
Copies of the degrees and relevant documents (in Greek or English)
Academic transcript showing the grades for each course taken (in Greek or English)
Proof of competence and fluency in the English language (Lower level or higher)
ID (EU citizens) or Passport (Non-EU citizens)
For a valid application
you must declare at least two (2) Reference Contacts
Once you have submitted your application, the referees will be automatically notified by email for your invitation and will be asked to submit their reference letters (kindly inform them about the Letter Format attached here).
Only Reference Letters directly submitted by the referees, will be considered.
According to GDPR your personal data will remain in our database until the end of the selection period.
Applications may be submitted online in our webpage from 01/02/2020. Deadlines are:
- 31/05/2020 for International non-EU applicants
- 31/08/2020 for EU applicants
Petroleum Engineering postgraduate program of the Technical University of Crete is a one-year, full-time program, designed to provide students with a scientific background in hydrocarbon exploration and skills in the practical aspects of petroleum engineering. The program begins in October, and leads to a Master of Science (MSc) degree. The program is run by the School of Mineral Resources Engineering.