The Department of Agricultural Development participates in the ERASMUS Program of Students and Educational Personnel Exchange since 2002.
The Erasmus agreements for both students and Educational Personnel exchange are found below in the following Tables.
Table 1. Erasmus Students-Department Agreements
Table 2. Erasmus Academic Staff-Department Agreements
In order to meet the needs of foreign exchange students, the Department is currently offering the following courses which can be taught in English:
- Plant Breeding
- General Agricultural Entomology and Zoology
- Acarology – Nematology
- Pests of stored products and of medical importance
- Pests of Field Crops and Vegetables
- Pests of Fruit Trees and Vine Grapes
- Principles and Methods of Integrated Insect Pest Management
- Food Hygiene
- Agricultural Policy
- Agricultural Economics
- Macroeconomic Analysis
- Integrated Control of Plant Pests
- Insect-Plant Interactions
- Agroecosystems Pollution
- Plant biotechnology
- Specific Issues of Plant Breeding
All other courses are also available if requested; this entails regular collaboration with the respective professor as well as the assignment of research and bibliographic studies (in English) and experimental design in the Department’s laboratories.
Students and other interested parties may contact the Department’s Coordinator of Erasmus, Associate Professor Christos Karelakis while they can also visit the University’s website for ERASMUS exchange programmes