Student Services

The Department remains faithful to the institution's tradition and provides high-quality educational services to its student population. A variety of services are available to the academic community, contributing to the reinforcement of the "Harokopio-experience." More information can be found below. 




Department students have access to the Library and Information Center (LIC) services to meet the academic community's scientific information needs. Specifically for students, user training seminars are organized, reading rooms are available, electronic computers for searching printed or electronic material, and storage cabinets for personal items are provided. There is also the option of automatic lending and photocopying of materials that cannot be borrowed, always in accordance with copyright legislation. Part of the LIC services can be provided remotely, if conditions dictate. Through the LIC, students have access to international bibliographic databases and electronic publications from well-known publishers such as IEEE, Elsevier, etc.


Special Student Categories

The Department and the Foundation oversee the installation and maintenance of facilities necessary for the movement of special groups of students. The institution's services and educational staff ensure the support, facilitation, and service of students belonging to special groups, ensuring their uninterrupted participation in academic activities and the quality of their life within the Department's premises.


Student Service Center (SSC)

The University operates a Student Service Center (SSC), which is responsible for informing students on matters related to the overall operation of the University, their rights and obligations, and the services provided by the State and the University. It also serves them electronically and/or in person. The Student Service Center houses, among other services, the Student Welfare Services and the Study and Career Counseling Office, which supports students in their transition to the job market by providing information and advisory services for employment and further studies in Greece and abroad.


Professorial Advisor (PA)

The Professorial Advisor (PA) guides and supports students in their study programs. A member of the Department's faculty is appointed as the Professorial Advisor according to the procedure approved by the School Assembly. The PA is appointed during the first year of the students' enrollment.


Student Ombudsman

The University provides the Student Ombudsman (StO) and the Professorial Advisor for Students with Special Educational Needs (StEASEN). The StO has responsibilities related to mediating between students and professors or administrative services of the institution, ensuring legality within the framework of academic freedom, addressing issues of mismanagement, and safeguarding the smooth operation of the institution. The StEASEN facilitates the participation of students with special educational needs and learning difficulties in all aspects of academic life. It also provides information and support to students with special needs and members of the academic community on issues related to studies and equal inclusion and attendance at the University premises.


Support Structure "Aikaterini Maridaki-Kassotaki"

The main purpose of the Support Structure for Staff and Student Population is to systematize the University's effort to provide organized support to both staff and the student population regarding issues related to fundamental actions of academic life and daily routine, which require psychological and educational reinforcement.


Student Restaurant

The student restaurant is housed in a modern, fully equipped space accessible to all students and members of the academic community.


Connection with the Job Market

The Department supports students during their transition to the job market by providing information and advisory services for employment and the continuation of their studies in Greece and abroad. Employment and career advisory services are offered through individual or group sessions, seminars, and workshops on topics such as resume writing, job interviews, and job search techniques. At the same time, the University provides a liaison office with the main purpose of developing two-way communication between the academic community and businesses or other productive entities that could absorb students or graduates, effectively utilizing their knowledge.


Erasmus Mobility

In collaboration with the relevant services of the Foundation, there is provision for connecting with universities and research centers abroad, ensuring mobility opportunities for students participating in all three cycles of studies. For study mobility, relevant inter-university agreements are signed, describing all terms and conditions for student mobility to and from the Department and the University. The Department and the Foundation ensure the search and securing of resources for the funding of students participating in mobility, either for studies or for their livelihood. Funding sources include national and European programs supporting mobility actions (such as Erasmus+), competitive programs involving the University or the Department, scholarships within the framework of inter-university agreements, scholarships secured by the University from other public and private entities, state funding, and other resources that the University may secure through its funding activities.