According to the Greek legislation:
The graduate can:
A graduate cannot:
Recognition is not automatic but is done through the ATEEN (Independent Department for the Implementation of European Legislation) at the Ministry of Education.
You will have to submit:
• A photocopy of the degree
• A photocopy of the official transcript or diploma supplement
• The syllabus, which includes a list
of the modules taught, in English, unless ATEEN requires a greek translation.
The photocopies will be certified and officially translated into Greek by the competent authority of the country of origin of the documents, ie, for British Universities the British Council, or by the Translation Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Foreign Ministry’s Translation Department validates and translates official documents, with a special stamp on the back of the translation wherever there is Apostille in the original document. To avoid the inconvenience and expenses of Apostille, opt for the original authentication and official translation by the British Council.
For more information visit: https://www.minedu.gov.gr/
Below are the laws according to which the professional qualifications of degrees obtained from colleges in collaboration with foreign universities have been recognized: