"Thrombosis and Antithrombotic Treatment"

The Department of Medicine of the School of Health Sciences of the University of Thessaly, announces the start of applications for the academic year 2022-2023 of the Master's Program (M.S.) entitled: "Thrombosis and Antithrombotic Therapy", which leads to the awarding of a corresponding Postgraduate Diploma and is governed by the Postgraduate Regulations of the University of Thessaly.

The P.M.S. its mission is to cultivate and promote, through academic and applied teaching and research, the high-level training of researchers and health professionals in the preventive control, diagnosis and treatment of thrombosis, but also in the thorough knowledge of the various antithrombotic drugs, their use and in dealing with their complications. To provide its Graduates with the necessary supplies that will ensure their proper training for their academic, scientific and research careers internationally.

In P.M.S. Graduates of the Departments of Medicine of the Schools of Health Sciences of the national HEIs or affiliated institutions abroad, as well as graduates of other university departments related to the subject matter of the Program and former ATEIs, are admitted as Postgraduate Students.

The duration of studies for the awarding of the Postgraduate Studies Diploma (MPS) is defined in three (3) semesters, starting in February 2023. The tuition fees of the P.M.S. they amount to 750 euros for each of the first two semesters and 500 euros for the last/third semester.

Scholarship for the preparation of a Doctoral Dissertation at the Department of Medicine of the University of Thessaly, is given to one of the excellent students based on his score, on the condition that he completes his studies normally at the end of the study cycle he originally participated in. The amount of the scholarship amounts to €2,000.

In order to obtain the Graduate Diploma, students must accumulate 90 Credit Units (ECTS) in total, from monitoring and examination as well as from the preparation of a postgraduate thesis. Students must attend nine (9) compulsory courses. The courses of P.M.S. they take place once a month on Friday afternoon and Saturday. The teaching language of P.M.S. is Greek and/or English. The language of the diploma thesis can be both Greek and English (upon request).

The selection of students in the PMS is made after evaluation of the following supporting documents:

  1. Application for Participation (on the PMS website)
  2. Detailed curriculum vitae (according to a model you will find on the PMS website)
  3. Copy of degree or certificate that the candidate has fulfilled his educational obligations. In the case of foreign university graduates, a certificate of recognition from DOATAP must be submitted
  4. Copy of Detailed Score
  5. Scientific publications, awards, and evidence of research activity (if any)
  6. Evidence of professional experience (if any)
  7. Two letters of recommendation
  8. Photocopy of two sides of the police ID
  9. Proof of knowledge of foreign languages officially translated
  10. One photo ID

* Please note that you will need to provide the originals within three (3) days if requested


   Extension of Submission of Applications until 31/10/2022

(Send by courier or electronically)

Announcement of results: November 8, 2022

For more information, interested parties are invited to refer to the website: or contact the Secretariat:

Tel: 241 068 5739 (Monday – Friday, 09:00-14:00)



PMS Secretariat "Thrombosis and Antithrombotic Education"

Ground floor, Office A.102c

Department of Medicine, University of Thessaly

3 Panepistimiou, Biopolis

41500, Larissa

Miltiadis Matsagas

Professor of Vascular Surgery

Director of the Graduate Program