The UTH e-Class platform is a complete e-Learning Management System. It follows the philosophy of open source software and supports the Asynchronous Distance Learning service without restrictions and commitments. The service is accessed using a simple browser (web browser) without the requirement of specialized technical knowledge.

To enter click here.



All students are given free textbooks (textbooks, aids, notes) for each lesson included in the semester course selection statement. Each student is only entitled to one book for each course, whether it is compulsory or elective.

After submitting the electronic course selection statement, the student will state which books he / she wishes to receive for each course on the Eudoxus website (https://eudoxus.gr/).

The relevant procedure is described in the ministerial decision Φ.1 / 76244 / Β3 / 30-6-2010 (ΦΕΚ 957/30-6-2010 τεύχος Β’).

The list of books for the Academic Year 2020-2021 is available here.

Connection to the VPN network of the University of Thessaly

To access the University's online services (eg electronic secretariat, bibliography search, textbooks submission, etc.) from computers or devices outside the University Network, you must install and use the OpenVPN application.

Information and installation instructions for using OpenVPN can be found on the website of the Telematics Network Center.

Electronic Secretariat

To access the website of the Electronic Secretariat from Computers outside the UTH Network, you must install and use the OpenVPN application.

Information and installation instructions for using OpenVPN can be found on the website of the Telematics Network Center.

Access to the Electronic Secretariat.



In the Prefecture of Karditsa, the Library Branch of The University is housed in the building complex of the Faculty of Veterinary Science. The facilities of the Faculty are located at the end of Trikalon Street (exit of the city to Trikala). The library is located in the Amphitheater building. On the ground floor is the reading room and on the first floor all the other services of the library.

Library & Information Centre University of Thessaly
Karditsa Library Branch
Trikalon 224 st., 43100 Karditsa

24410 66080

24410 66093


Opening hours:
Monday - Tuesday 08:00 - 20:00


Study / work rooms YES
Search for information material / collection in bookcases (shelves) YES
Borrowing - Renewal - Reservation YES
Borrowing YES
Information Education YES
Courses support YES
Support for people with disabilities Under Development
Use of electronic equipment YES


You can also visit the following link of the Library of the University of Thessaly for additional information regarding the Library Catalogue and its services.




The Student Counseling Service of the Laboratory of Psychology and Applications in Education gives the opportunity to students of all Departments of the University of Thessaly, if they wish, to receive psychological support and help for their personal difficulties and concerns, but also to acquire management and problem-solving skills that may be encountered. For more information click here.

Prosvasis and Disabilities
The aim of the accessibility centre "PROSVASI" (in English "ACCESS") is to enhance the physical, academic and social access of students with disabilities at the University of Thessaly. More analytically, the objectives of PROSVASI are the following: a) to inform and support students with disabilities in order to enhance their access and inclusion at the University of Thessaly, and b) to inform and support the faculty and administrative staff regarding differentiating and inclusive practices for students with disabilities. In general, the mission of "PROSVASI" is to act towards the development of an accessible and inclusive environment for students with disabilities at the University of Thessaly. For more info click here.
To access the Webpage of "PROSVASIS" click here.
Harassment - Bullying
Both in the Faculty of Veterinary Science and the University of Thessaly no form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimization, intimidation or harassment is tolerated and the principle of equal treatment is ensured. If you encounter problems of bullying, harassment or negative behavior, contact a member of the Student Affairs Committee (P. Gouletsou, A. Theodosiadou, A. Sideri) and for more information click here.

Program ERASMUS+

Erasmus + is the European Commission’s program for education, training, youth and sports, aimed at enhancing skills and employability as well as modernizing education, training and youth systems in all areas of Lifelong Learning. (Higher Education, Vocational Education and Training, Adult Education, School Education, Youth Activities, etc.). The Erasmus + program is structured in 3 Key Actions for education, training and youth.

The Erasmus + Program in Higher Education is inextricably linked to the Erasmus program and subsidizes student and staff mobility in Higher Education Institutions participating in the Program. The new Erasmus + program got its name from its predecessor because of its great recognition. Erasmus+ στον τομέα της Ανώτατης Εκπαίδευσης συνδέεται άρρηκτα με το πρόγραμμα Erasmus και επιχορηγεί την κινητικότητα φοιτητών και προσωπικού σε Ιδρύματα Ανώτατης Εκπαίδευσης σε Χώρες που συμμετέχουν στο Πρόγραμμα. Το νέο πρόγραμμα Erasmus+ πήρε το όνομα του από τον προκάτοχο του εξαιτίας της μεγάλης του αναγνωρισιμότητας.

The mobility of students and staff abroad is considered very important because the benefits of moving people are many. Through mobility, students have the opportunity to develop new skills and qualifications, which contribute to their personal development. In particular, students are given the opportunity to improve their language skills, develop intercultural skills, become European Citizens, and in addition, students who move for internships can gain valuable work experience in a business / organization abroad. In addition, mobility provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to upgrade their skills, exchange good practices and gain significant experience.

The Erasmus + program seeks to help young people interested in pursuing a full-time postgraduate course in another European Union country, and provides loans on favorable repayment terms. This opportunity is offered from the academic year 2015-2016 and students should contact their country’s banks.

It is clarified that only the Higher Education Institutions, which have been certified with the Erasmus + University Map by the European Commission, can submit to the National Unit an application for funding for mobility activities within the framework of this Action.

IKY has been designated as the National Coordination Unit of the European Erasmus + Program, while the International Relations / Erasmus Offices of Higher Education Institutions have taken over the management of the Program. Therefore, students should contact the Erasmus Office of their Institution in order to be informed and submit the necessary supporting documents.

The list of students of our Department who have participated in the ERASMUS + program is available here.

More info for the Erasmus+ Program can be found here

Bilateral Agreements of the Faculty for the Erasmus+ Program are available here.

Academical Supervisor for the Erasmus+ program is L. Athanasiou (mob: 6979513884 email: lathan@vet.uth.gr phone: 24410 66009) and deputy I. Valasi (mob: 6978487283 email: evalasi@vet.uth.gr phone: 24410 66029)


Student Organisations

Veterinary Students Association of the University of Thessaly

The Students' Association of the Faculty of Veterinary Science ("Kentavros Cheiron") was founded in 1996, is based in Karditsa and is the established collective body of undergraduate students of the Faculty. The aims of the Association are to ensure the rights of students, to cultivate the ideals of freedom and democracy, the free circulation of ideas and the effort to improve and promote the Faculty and the veterinary profession. The association operates in accordance with its approved statutes. Undergraduate students of the Faculty are eligible to enroll in the Association, except for those who are permanent military or have the status of civil servant. The supreme collective body of the Association is the General Assembly of its Members. The Association is governed by a seven-member board of directors, which is elected after elections. Furthermore, the smooth operation of the Association is ensured through the per year student representantives, who are promoted from each academic year separately.

International Veterinary Students Association Thessaly (IVSA)

The International Veterinary Students Association (IVSA) is a non-union and non-profit organization that leverages the potential and dedication of veterinary students to their science. It was founded in the early 1950s in Denmark to promote and apply veterinary skills, education and knowledge internationally. IVSA Thessaly was founded in 2003 and reactivated in 2011, with the aim of providing educational opportunities in all areas of veterinary science. This is achieved through collaboration with other veterinary or student bodies, to support students of the Faculty of Veterinary Science of the University of Thessaly to get in touch with other students and attend educational programs around the world. In 2012, IVSA Greece was founded in the partnership of IVSA Thessaly and IVSA Thessaloniki. IVSA Thessaly supports visitation programs for veterinary students, through which it provides the opportunity for internships in private or public veterinary institutions abroad, as a result of the exchange of knowledge and experience with students of foreign countries. Also, IVSA Thessaly organizes a variety of events and every year co-organizes with IVSA Thessaloniki the Panhellenic Conference of Veterinary Students, which takes place alternately in Karditsa or Thessaloniki. To visit the account of IVSA Thessaly in Instagram click here.