ERASMUS Programme

The School of Psychology at A.U.Th. has been active in the ERASMUS programme since 1987 being among the first A.U.Th. Schools and Departments that promoted student and staff mobility since the ERASMUS programme was introduced.

During this period more than 1000 Psychology students have spent a period of their studies at European universities supported by the Erasmus programme. At the same time more than 300 Students from many European universities have come to the School of Psychology as ERASMUS students. Since 2007 students have also the opportunity to work for a short period of time at European educational institutions and enterprises in the frame of the ERASMUS Placement Action. The benefits of being an ERASMUS student have been highly acknowledged by all young people who have taken advantage of this unique opportunity to widen their academic, professional as well as life experiences.

English and Greek Courses offered for the Academic Year 2024 – 2025

Although the official teaching language of the A.U.Th is Greek, from the academic year 2015-2016 onwards the School of Psychology, in order to facilitate the Erasmus mobility, offers to incoming Erasmus/ Mundus students courses taught in English. 

Erasmus incoming students spending  a semester mobility at AUTh need to register for 25-30 ECTS. At least 15 ECTS credits of the total credits must be from the School of Psychology. Students need to complete their Learning Agreement accordingly.

Incoming students who don’t possess a good command of the Greek language are expected to attend the Psychology courses offered in English (3 courses, 15 ECTS credits/semester)  and complete the remaining required ECTS credits from the  Psychology courses offered in Greek.

Students can, also, complete part of the remaining ECTS by adding courses offered in English  from other Schools of the Aristotle University.Please check here for details. They can also attend Greek language courses from AUTh’s School of Greek Language (, provided that they register for these courses on time.

ERASMUS Programme Coordinators of the School of Psychology

For outgoing students

Eleftheria N. Gonida,
Full Professor

Lito Michalopoulou,
Assistant Professor

For incoming students

Despoina Tata,
Associate Professor

Office hours:
Room 208, OLD Building, Mondays, 13.00-14.00 & Tuesdays 10.30-11.30

Panagiotis Patrikelis,
Assistant Professor

Office hours:
Room 416 New Buliding, Wednesdays 11.00-13.00

ERASMUS Programme Placement Coordinator of the School of Psychology

Evrinomi Avdie,
Full Professor

ERASMUS Programme Secretariat of the School of Psychology

Tina Tsapoutzoglou,
Msc, MEd.

Office hours:
Monday 12.00-14.00