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European Master of Classical Cultures

Departmental Coordinators: Assist. Prof. S. Aneziri

The European Master of Classical Cultures (EMCC) is a European postgraduate program, uniting sixteen European universities of nine European countries in the common plan to create a coordinated course of Master’s studies in the field of the Classics (Ancient History, Classical Philology, Classical Archaeology and adjacent disciplines). Students admitted to the program «European Master in Classical Cultures», must follow the legal provisions of the host university. They will complete all course requirements and the regulations about these courses at no fewer than two and no more than three universities. They must also acquire a minimum of 30 ETCS points at each of two partner universities of different national languages. Students who have validated 120 ECTS credits according to existing regulations will receive a double or a multiple degree and a diploma supplement.

For more information visit www.eu-classical-cultures.eu or consult the departmental coordinators.

Affiliated Universities

  1. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens / Department of History and Archaeology
  2. Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster Seminar für Alte Geschichte / Institut für Epigraphik
  3. Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck / Institut für Alte Geschichte und Altorientalistik
  4. Istanbul Üniversitesi / Seminar für Alte Geschichte im Rahmen des Instituts für Geschichte
  5. Università degli Studi di Perugia / Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche
  6. Uiwersystet im. Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan / Historisches Institut
  7. Universität Hamburg / Historisches Seminar – Arbeitsbereich Alte Geschichte
  8. Universität Freiburg / Archäologisches Seminar
  9. Università degli Studi di Roma Tre / Dipartimento di studi sul mondo antico
  10. University of Cyprus / Faculty of Classics and Philosophy
  11. Université Toulouse Le Mirail / Département d'histoire ancienne
  12. Universidad La Coruňa
  13. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI) Rom (Prof. Dr. Fr. Flers and Prof. Dr. Ort. Dally)
  14. Universidad de Valladoid
  15. Universita degli studi di Palermo
  16. Universidad de Salamanca

Postgraduate Seminar for the Study of the Library of the Patriarchate of Alexandreia

Departmental Coordinator: Professor M. Efthymiou

The Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens in collaboration with the Palaeographical Archive of the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation, organized postgraduate activities for the study of the very significant Library of the Patriarchate of Alexandreia. A group of five postgraduate students under the guidance of Maria Euthymiou, Associate Professor of Contemporary History, visited the library in Alexandreia and studied material in the Archives and the Library of the Patriarchate. Other visits are planned for the following years. Efforts are being made to turn these postgraduate activities into a regular program.