Candidates eligible for the PSP M.Sc. Degree are:
The call for expression of interest for the Master in Environmental Engineering is published on the School’s webpage at the end of the spring semester. Applicants must submit the following documents prior to the deadline stated in the call:
The applications should be submitted to MSc in Environmental Engineering Programme in the following ways:
Technical University of Crete
Secretariat of Master’s Programme
School of Environmental Engineering
University Campus, Kounoupidiana
73100 Chania, Crete, Greece
The General Assembly of post-graduate studies is responsible for the selection of prospective students. The main selection criteria are:
As a general rule, the annual grade point average for the two final years of study leading to the applicant’s degree should be at least seven (7/10). Any research activity, professional experience and accredited good knowledge of foreign languages, especially of English, are also taken into account. Furthermore, the Master’s Coordination Committee may invite the applicant for an interview. In special cases, a thesis on a subject determined by the DA may be requested.
In cases where the candidate is admitted to the PSP prior to the successful completion of his/her first degree, the prospective student should be awarded his/her degree within a specified time span and prior to the enrollment deadline determined by the DA.
Registration fees apply for any post-graduate student of Greek nationality who is not entitled for a waive of fees. The total amount is 1500 Euro for the three semesters. An extra charge of 100 euro per semester apply to post-graduate students who wish to extend their studies.
Greek students complying with financial criteria for a fees payment exception should submit the corresponding application.
Number of student admissions
The maximum number of students admitted to the M.Sc. Programme per academic year is thirty (30). The DA determines the number of new enrollments at the beginning of each academic year.