Students’ Guide

The present guide is short and concerns the basic information which the first-year student must know at the beginning of his/her studies at the Department. For their complete and analytical information, the students must study a) the Study Guide, which has been uploaded here, b) the structure of the curriculum and the module structure, c) the Internal Regulation of the Operation of the Undergraduate Program of Studies (IROUPS), d) to browse the webpage of the Department and e) to follow the updates of the Adjustment Week. The program of the adjustment week aims at the new students’ familiarization with the curriculum and the operating procedures of the Department.

Academic procedures

The program of the modules taught is not exactly the same every year. The Assembly of the Department has the opportunity to make the necessary adjustments to ensure the smooth implementation of the program. Any changes-modifications are notified to students in time with a detailed announcement of the student registry.

Detailed information on the material, the teaching, the bibliography and the assessment method of every module is included in the module syllabus which is available on the website of the Department ( and the e-class platform ( of every module.

Beginning of lessons
The lessons of the winter term 2021-2022 start on Monday, 11 October 2021. The detailed timetable, the timetable of possible lesson replacements in the end of every semester and the examination timetables are uploaded on the website of the Department, in the address The exceptional postponements-replacements of the lectures of the modules are uploaded on e-class on the module «Announcements:: Undergraduate».

Module selection
The modules selection is obligatory in every semester and is done only electronically through the service Student Web. If a student does not include a module in his/her selection, then s/he cannot receive the corresponding textbooks, s/he cannot take part neither in the exams of the module in the current semester nor in the September re-examination period (the selection of the modules that can be examined in September is automatic and includes all the modules that do not have a pass grade from the selection of winter and spring term of the current academic year). Any due modules of previous years, which may have been selected but did not receive a pass grade must be included in the corresponding semester in the module selection. The period for the selection of modules is announced by the Student Registry in the beginning of every academic semester. The procedure for overdue module selection is described in the Internal Regulation of Operation.

Textbooks’ selection
The selection and distribution of the textbooks to all the Universities and Technical Educational Institutions of the country is done through the internet service EUDOXUS ( The deadlines that Eudoxus can be used in every semester are specified with a relevant announcement. The students can sign in directly, in order to select and receive the textbooks only for the modules which they have included in the corresponding semester in their module selection. For this selection the use of the passwords is necessary. In the beginning of every academic semester a relevant announcement is posted by the Student Registry for the students’ information.

According to the current legislation, the students who have exceeded the n+2 years of studies are not entitled to free textbooks.

Student Affairs-Procedures of Student Services

Student Affairs Department of the University of Peloponnese
The Student Affairs Department of the University of Peloponnese is responsible for student services which concern the students.  Information is posted in the departmental website on issues of food services, scholarships- awards, the housing benefit, athletic activities etc.

Correspondence details:

Address:   Academic and Student Affairs Department, University of Peloponnese, Vasileos Konstantinou 21 & Terzaki, Nafplio, 21100

Tel.        +30 27520 96125, +30 27520 96126, +30 27520 96130

Career Office- University of Peloponnese

The Career office in collaboration with the Departmental Academic Coordinators, provides support and information to students and graduates for issues of Postgraduate Studies, Scholarships, Career planning, counselling on issues of curriculum vitae creation, cover letter and interview preparation, Psychological Support during their studies.

At the same time, it studies the academic and professional development of students and graduates through questionnaires which are available in the link

Contact details:

V.Gionna- Κ. Diavoli,
Vas. Kostantinou 21,
21100, Nafplio,
Tel. +30 27520 96126,

Student Registry of PEDIS

The Student Registry of the Department of Political Science and International Relations is located on the 1rst floor of the building on 1 Aristotelous street & Athinon Ave.  and serves students in person, by telephone or by email, from Tuesday to Friday 11:00-13:00, unless it is determined differently with an announcement for certain periods.

It is necessary to show the academic identity card for all the in-person transactions of students with the Student Registry of the Department.

Telephone: +30 2741040040

The electronic communication of the students with the Student Registry is done only through the student email that is given to them with the activation of their Institutional account (it is described below).

Information on general issues is done through the bulletin board of the Department and through the website of the Department ( On the website there is and is updated all the information concerning the life at the Department, the Academic Calendar, the Study Guide, the conferences and the events which take place, the teaching staff ect. The information concerning individual modules (exceptional postponements-replacements of lectures) is done through the e-Class platform (– Module: Announcements: Undergraduate). The students are obliged to check the bulletin boards, the website of the Department and their student e-mail daily. Students are assumed to have been notified since an announcement has been posted in the intended means of communication.

Issuing attestations-certificates:

Students submit their applications (available in the Student Registry and the website) during the hours that the Student Registry serves students or through the service Student Web, as it is described below, and they receive the attestations or /and the certificates that they ask for, by showing their academic identify card within three (3) working days from the day they submit the relevant application. Students’ applications can alternatively be submitted and handled through the Citizen’s Service Centres (KEP). All the transactions are done by the students themselves or by a legally-appointed representative.

Electronic Services

[For access to the following electronic services the students use the login credentials of their institutional account. The first- year students are informed about their institutional account after the completion of their registration and the comparison of their data to the lists of the Ministry.]

Institutional Account
In the website guidelines are included regarding the activation of the institutional account as well as technical support for any problem the students face in the  use of the institutional account.
In the website the activation of the institutional account  by the students is done, after the identification of their data and the relevant communication by the Student Registry.
In the Website the management of their institutional account is done by the students.

e–mail account
The University of Peloponnese provides an email account to the students through which the communication with the university professors, the Student Registry and all the services of the University of Peloponnese takes place.

Student Web service
The students of the department PSIR have the opportunity to use the service Student Web, which gives them access through the internet to various services of the Student Registry (e.g. applications for certificates, module grades, modules selection etc). The access to the service is done either from the relevant link in the website of the department or directly from the address of the service, which is: with the credentials of their institutional account.

Access to the computer lab
The access to the workstations of the computer lab is done with the use of the credentials of the institutional account of every student.

Online platform e–class
The platform UOP eClass ( is a complete System of Management of Online Lessons. It is used by the teaching staff for the reinforcement and facilitation of the educational procedure, in an environment of interaction and continuous communication between teaching staff and students. Through the platform students have access to the teaching material that the instructors upload, regardless of space and time.
Furthermore, the platform is used for informing students about issues regarding individual modules (exceptional postponements-replacements of lectures) through the module “Announcements: Undergraduate”, in which it is suggested that the students are registered immediately and check daily. The students have access with the credentials of their institutional account.

Academic Identity card- “Student Card”
The academic identity card proves the academic capacity of every student. It includes the Student Ticket (PASO) (for those who are entitled to it), which is no longer used as a separate document. In order to issue the new cards (Academic identity card with the incorporated “Student Ticket”) the students can submit their application electronically at the address Especially for first- year students, the application is submitted after their registration has been completed, with the credentials of their institutional account.

Library-electronic sources
The students have access to the material of the Library after their registration by showing their academic identity card. Using the credentials of their institutional account, the students have access to the electronic services of the Library, such as information and research sources, bibliographical bases as well as open-access digital collections.