High school students
High school students who wish to study at DFLTI should have achieved:
- The required by the DFLTI minimum grades in the Humanities Orientation Group subjects,
- A grade equal to or higher than 10/20 in two of the foreign languages used as working languages for DFLTI: English, French and German.
Applicants with a degree from a Greek university, or a foreign institution (recognized by the Hellenic National Recognition and Information Center –DOATAP–), or a diploma from a higher education institution will be required to sit the DFLTI Entrance examination.
The entrance exam consists of:
- Text summarization in Greek
- Language exam: Dictation and translation of a text (350 words) from the applicant’s chosen two foreign languages into Greek without the use of dictionaries or other translation aids.
- Language exam: Dictation and translation of a text (350 words) from Greek into the applicant’s chosen two foreign languages without the use of dictionaries or other translation aids.
Every year, 15 applicants (12% of overall enrollment), who successfully pass the Entrance exam, are admitted to DFLTI.
Applicants of Greek descent, from Cyprus or citizens of a foreign country, please consult the respective Announcements of the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs before applying: