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Informatics & Telecommunication(NSP)

Curriculum of School of Informatics and Telecommunications

Duration of studies

The normal course of study is 8 semesters, and each course of the Department is integrated into one of them. Students admitted to the Department follow the Undergraduate Program «Informatics and Telecommunications» (ISCED codes: 061 “Information and Communication Technologies” και 0714 “Electronics and Automation”), which leads to the degree of Informatics and Telecommunications, of level 6 according to the National Qualifications Framework. After the award of the degree, the graduates go beyond their respective careers, can continue their studies for the puprose of earning Master of Science (MSc) degree of level 7 and/or Ph.D. degree of level8.

Curriculum Structure

Student must first attend 30 compulsory courses that cover an extensive, but necessary, cognitive science suite in Informatics and Telecommunications, common to all students. The courses are divided into:

  • Background Courses (8 lessons)
  • Scientific Area (22 courses)
  • The student also chooses a Skill Development course. The student then delves into the areas they wish, depending on their own choice of courses, from the 5 available courses.

    Course Streams

    Each stream has a set of (5 to 7) courses, which provides specialized technical knowledge on the subject. The courses supported by the department are as follows:

    • Course FLOW: SOFTWARE
    • Course FLOW: NETWORKS

    Course categories

  • Core Course (C):
  • The core courses (C) are offered in the first 6 semesters of the program and are common and compulsory for all students.

  • Skill Development Courses (SD):
  • Skill development courses are offered int the 6th semester.

  • Elective Courses Compulsory (EC):
  • They are structured in eight ‘Flows’ courses and are offered in the6th, 7th και 8th semester.


    The thesisis not compulsory and is prepared during the 7th and 8th semesters.

    Practical Experience (Workshop)

    In the new curriculum the practical experience is offered after the 6th semester on an optional basis, for a period of 2 months, and takes place in both the public and private sectors, as well as in European Union operations in the context of European programs. Students must have at least 25 compulsory courses previously required to participate.

    Course Tables per Semester and Flow

    Study Guide 2020 - 2021

    Study Guide 2019 - 2020