Τhe Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics offers several advanced undergraduate courses each year in English, provided there is an international audience. All graduate courses will be taught in English in the case of a non Greek-speaking audience.

For the 2018-19 academic year, some of the following courses will be taught in English, depending on the audience of international students. See Undergradute courses for the course descriptions.

Fall semester

- Complex Analysis
- Real Analysis
- Linear Algebra II
- Group Theory
- Differential Geometry
- Geometric Topology
- Set Theory
- Applied Algebra
- Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations
- Approximation Theory and Applications
- Statistics
- Ordinary Differential Equations
- Theory of Fluids
- Models of Classical Physics
- Wave Propagation
- Dynamical Meteorology
- Topics in Geometrical Analysis

Spring semester

- Algebra II
- Number Theory
- Functional Analysis
- Analysis in Many Variables
- Field Theory (Algebra)
- Rings and Modules
- Topology
- Discrete Mathematics
- Introduction to Cryptology
- Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations
- Stochastics Processes
- Applied Statistics
- Partial Differential Equations
- Methods of Applied Mathematics
- Mathematical Modeling
- Mathematical Theory of Materials
- Introduction to Acoustic Oceanography
- Optimization
- Optimal Control Theory
- Topics in Geometrical Analysis

and the graduate level courses (Fall semester)

- Algebra II
- Numerical Analysis
- Differentiable Manifolds
- Applied Functional Analysis
- Optimization
- Partial Differential Equations
- Mathematical Modelling
- Real Analysis
- Stochastic Processes
- Computability

graduate level courses (Spring semester)

- Algebra I
- Algebraic Topology, Homotopy
- Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations
- Probability Theory
- Cryptography
- Mathematical Theory of Materials
- Methods of Applied Mathematics
- Weak Solutions of Partial Differential Equations
- Fluid Mechanics
- Complex Analysis
- Ordinary Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
- Functional Analysis
- Computational Statistis

**Question**: Are any courses taught in English?

**Answer**: Certainly, see the list above. Some courses in the 3rd and 4th year are offered in English.
Lecturers can provide mentoring in English and literature in English will be suggested for almost all
courses. Courses taught in English are enough for erasmus students to make choices and have a complete
studies program. Courses for the 1st and 2nd year are taught in Greek.
Please let us know which courses would be interesting for you and we will provide specific information.

**Question**: Can I take courses also from another department?

**Answer**: Yes. Please let us know which courses would be interesting for you and we will provide more specific information.

**Question**: Are any language courses offered for Erasmus students?

**Answer**: The Faculty offers Greek language courses which Erasmus students may attend.

**Question**: Am I obliged, as an Erasmus student, to take some specific courses?

**Answer**: As an Erasmus student you have no obligations to attend specific courses in our University.
Such obligations depend entirely on your University.

**Question**: What are the periods of the winter and spring semesters?

**Answer**: Winter semester courses are typically from the end of September till Christmas holidays
and exams are held in January. Spring semester is from the beginning of February till mid May and exams are held from end of May until mid June.

**Question**: Is there help for students with dyslexia etc?

**Answer**: Help is provided by the Students Counseling Center (email: ariana@uoc.gr). In general, lecturers
will adapt the style of examination depending on the situation of the student.

**Question**: Can I come in touch with other Erasmus students before I arrive?

**Answer**: You can come in touch with
ESN (web, facebook). Also, the
students' Erasmus Culture Group facilitates the acquaintance between students.