Registration procedure


Registration procedure

Applicants for ERASMUS exchange programmes are required to fill in the annexed documents Application Form, Transcript of Records and Learning Agreement. The responsible ERASMUS Office of the Home Institution should send the 3 documents by Mail to MAI Chania Erasmus Coordinator

Alsyllio Agrokepiou
P.O.Box 85
73100, Greece

at least two months prior to students’ arrival, duly signed by the Departmental Coordinator of the Home Institution.

Students who arrive at the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania without having previously sent the abovementioned documents duly signed will not be accepted.

Capacity Limitations

MAI Chania is able to accept a maximum of 25 Erasmus students during the academic year (October- June) due to postgraduate class size limitations.

This poses some limitations on the number of Erasmus students accepted per institutional agreement.


Eligible students are either at:

  • Postgraduate level. Four-year graduation degree from any institution and acceptance for a postgraduate degree at home institution. Submission of the degree and academic transcript officially translated into English.
  • Final undergraduate year at home institution. Submission of academic transcripts officially translated into English.

Students should be competent in the English language. Given that courses are held in English at MAICh, it is strongly advised that the home ECTS ERASMUS Coordinator take into particular consideration the English language skills of the potential Erasmus student.

Erasmus Student Study Programme

Three study options are available for ERASMUS Exchange Students:

  1. Attendance of the academic coursework programme which runs from October to June.
  2. Project work under the supervision of research scientists at the Institute provided that they submit a well documented proposal and that research scientists at MAI Chania are available to undertake the proposed guided independent study.
  3. Continuous Professional Development. Upon award of the ECTS label and the approval of a lifelong learning grant, the Institute would increase access for Continuous Professional Development.

Last update: Sep 13, 2017