School of Architecture - Technical University of Crete
The candidates may be: graduates of the Schools of Architecture, Civil Engineering, Planning and Regional Development, Urban Planning, Rural and Surveying Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mineral Resources Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Archeology, History of Art and Geography from Greek Universities or Technological Educational Institutes and officially recognized foreign equivalent institutions.
Registration requirements - Documents
Applications can be submitted via the online application system (https://e-graduate.tuc.gr) within a predetermined period of time.
Applicants should attach the following documents:
Criteria and selection process
The main selection criteria of new postgraduate students are: portfolio (for Option A) or assignments folder (for Option B), the transcript of diploma or degree, as well as the performance in courses related to the subject of the Postgraduate Studies Program. Additional criteria are competence in foreign languages (mainly English language), any scientific publications and related professional activity, letters of recommendation and the candidate’s personality (an interview is mandatory).
The ranking order is calculated on a scale from 0 to 10 by rating the following items: a) Portfolio (Option A X 3,5) or assignments folder (Option B X 1), b) Grade degree (Option A X 1.5, Option B X 1,5) c) additional master's degree (Option A X 1, Option B X 1), d) relevance of research and professional work (Option A X 1, Option B X 3,5), e) relevance of undergraduate studies (Option A X 1,5, Option B X 1,5), f) publications ((Option A X 0,5, Option B X 0,5 g) recommendation letters (Option A X 0,5, Option B X 0,5), h) foreign languages ( Option A X 0,5, Option B X 0,5) and i) Interview (Option A X 1, Option B X 1). If two candidates reach the same score, priority is given to the candidate with the highest degree grade.
After the interview, the Postgraduate Studies Committee submits to the Departmental Assembly a fully justified report on the rank of all candidates.
Candidates are graded according to the following scale: (1): not acceptable, (2): acceptable, (3): acceptable under certain conditions.
Further details are included in the Regulation of Studies.