Students Exchange Programmes


The department participates in the program of exchange of students and educational personnel ERASMUS from 2002. 5 students and 12 members from collaborating educational institutions have been accommodated. Agreements have been signed for collaboration with the following academic departments with corresponding mobility.

 

Department Time of beginning of cooperation Number of students Number of academic members
Incoming Outcome Incoming Out coming
BG PLOVDIV01 Agricultural University Plovdiv 2004 1
CESKE01 University of South Bohemia České Budějovice 2004 1 1 1
MURCIA04 Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena 2004 1 2
SZEGED01 University of Szeged 2004 1 1
LILLE01 USTL (Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille) 2006 1 1
MARSEIL03 Université Paul Cézanne 2006 4 2
GRONIN01 University of Groningen 2005 5 2 2
VILARE01 Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro 2007 2 1
BUCURES09 University of Bucharest 2006 4 1 2
CLUJNA04 University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca 2007 1
CRAIOVA01 University of Craiova 2005 1 1
KAYSERI01 Erciyes Üniversitesi 2005
SAMSUN01 Ondokuz Mayıs University 2006 2 1
Thrakia university 2005 1
WAU wageniget university 2005 2 2
TEKIRDAG.. Namık Kemal Üniversitesi 2008 1

 

Also, in the frames of programs:

  1. a) “Reformation of Study Programs” 8 faculty members have moved from the Aristotelian University of Thessalonica and 4 faculty members from the Agricultural University of Athens and one from the University Hebrew University of Jerusalem and from Universita’ della Tuscia, from Italy, respectively.

b ) “Postgraduate Program of Study” 2 faculty members have moved from the Aristotelian University Thessalonica 1  faculty members from the Athens University and from University of Nevada, Reno, USA, respectively.

 

In order to meet the needs of foreign exchange students, the Department is currently offering the following courses which can be taught in English:

Undergraduate courses
• Genetics
• 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

Postgraduate courses
· 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.

 

 

Additonal information:

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