Students’ Boarding (provision of meals)
Provided they fulfill the necessary preconditions, according to the Presidential Decision 387/1983 (Government Gazette 141/1983), the students are provided with meal vouchers free of charge. Meal vouchers are offered to the Students’ Restaurant, which is located in the Department’s Premises, from the 1st of October of each Academic year to the 30th of June of the following year, except from the Holiday seasons. If, for any reasons, these dates change, there ought to be a related decision made by the Administrative Board.
Students’ transportation ticket
Undergraduate and postgraduate students are entitled to passes for reduced public transportation fares, as long as the period of their studies has not exceeded the required years (four years plus two years as provided by PD 327/83). The passes are valid for one Academic year and they provide reduced fares to local and inter-city commutes, such as buses, trains or ships, and also reduced tickets to museums and cultural events, at 25%-50%. The passes are edited by the Secretariat after the matriculation of each student in the beginning of each Academic year; only one (1) photograph is required.
All of the students are entitled to medical and hospital care for the four year of their study plus two years. In case the students have some other kind of social security and wish to have the healthcare offered by the University, they should renounce this social security and choose the student’s healthcare grant by applying a declaration on their honor, duly signed by them according to the Law 1599/86, to ensure that “they do not have some other kind of social security”. Additional information about the Healthcare is included to the Healthcare booklet.
Cover of Expenses
In case the students have some other kind of social security and wish to have the healthcare offered by the University, they should renounce this social security and choose the student’s healthcare grant by submitting a declaration on their honour, duly signed by them according to the Law 1599/86, to ensure that “they do not have some other kind of social security”
The expense will burden the chosen Social Security Institution
In case the chosen Social Security Institution chooses only the Hospital and Medical care or part of the hospitalisation expense, the University covers the rest of the expense
The Healthcare the above mentioned students are entitled to, is freely provided according to the preconditions and the restrictions of the relevant provisions.
The Students’ hospital care is provided in Class Bb and it is estimated according to the rate, which is in effect for the public servants
Also, the Healthcare expenses are covered by the budget of the University.
The prescriptions are entered in the Student’s Healthcare Booklet and they are provided by:
1. Doctors of the University
2. Doctors of the Public Hospitals
3. Private Doctors
In the cases 2 and 3, the prescriptions should be validated by the doctor in charge or the controller doctor of the University, in a period of two (2) working days since their issue, otherwise it is not valid.
In the prescription it must be mentioned: the student’s full name, the department, the registration number, the doctor’s opinion, the date, and also the doctor’s signature and stamp.
Theprescriptions are carried out in pharmacies, which have signed a contract with the university. Along with the receipt of the medicines, the interested student signs theprescription.
1. The hospital care is provided in public hospitals and, preferably, in the University Clinics. The hospital care may be provided in public hospitals or in private clinics in case where there are not health care sections capable of facing the cases or due to lack of beds when the incident is considered to be urgent. In this case, the corresponding hospital expenses of Bb Class are paid to the hospitals
2. The admission in the above mentioned hospitals is completed, after the student is provided with the relevant ticket by the responsible office of the Sanitary Committee of the Students’ Union or the University. This procedure can be by- passed only when a. the Services are closed b. the incidents are considered to be urgent
3. In the pre-mentioned cases the Sanitary Committee should be informed, at least in a period of two (2) working days, by the patient or one of the patient’s familiars, or by the hospital institution in order to get the responsible doctor’s opinion about the urgency of the incident
In case the student does not announce the incident or the necessity of the doctor’s presence is not certified, the expense will burden the student
The results of the students’ medical examinations are announced only to the students themselves or to their parents, only after the students approval.
Para- clinical examinations
This kind of examinations is carried out in the laboratories of the Public or Private Nursing Institutions after their reference by the Health Service of the University
In case of the lack of the appropriate means or pressure of work or damage etc., the examinations can be carried out in private clinics or private laboratories after the reference by the Sanitary Service of the University.
Also, they are offered:
- Medical examinations at home
- A parturition benefit, equivalent to that of the public servants
- Dental care, concerning therapeutic work and equivalent to that of the public servants
- Orthopedic items
- Obligatory check up