All incoming students from non-EU countries need to apply for visa, prior to their arrival in Greece.
An Letter of Acceptance is required for visa.
You should contact the nearest authorized Greek Embassy or Consulate and receive information regarding all the necessary documents, as well as the formal application procedure.
All European Union (EU) citizens do not need to have a VISA to enter Greece. However, a valid passport is, of course, necessary. In each airport of Crete, there is one line for European nationals and a second line for everyone else.
You need to go in person to the Greek Embassy or Consulate in their home country and hand in the required documents, as well as the Letter of Acceptance.
Attention: It is advised to start the visa application process as soon as possible, since the procedures sometimes require a considerable amount of time.
The cost for Visa will be paid by the participant’s own resources.
Greek Missions around the world can be found at:
Erasmus exchange students have to pay no fees for attending the courses. In addition, they share the same rights with local students of HMU regarding photocopies, printing, laboratory or other consumables, etc. All equipment, computer network nodes and other facilities offered to local students are available to Erasmus students, at no cost, as well.
All incoming to HMU Erasmus students either for a study exchange period or for practical training must be insured by their home institutions for their whole exchange period. Especially for practical training realization all the students must be additionally insured with Liability & Accident Insurance, according to EU directions. HMU will not be liable for any accidents caused during the practical training of the student. For any further help or clarification regarding insurance issues contact the International Office of your home institution or the International Relations Office of HMU. Download the Declaration of Insurance for studies.