“BA Program in the Archaeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece”
Τhe new “BA Program in the Archaeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece”, is the first English-taught Bachelor's degree program at a Greek University and it combines the disciplines of archaeology, ancient history and ancient Greek literature in a unique synthesis.
The program’s curriculum covers all aspects of Ancient Greek Studies, tailored for a global audience with an interest in Classical culture. It is based on a carefully designed combination of instruction in the classroom and instruction on-site, with frequent visits to archaeological sites and other locations of cultural interest.
Applications are now open for the academic year 2020/2021.
Prospective students around the world have already expressed their interest to apply for admission.
The program is addressed exclusively to prospective University students from countries outside the European Union.
Non-EU University students are also invited to join this BA Program for one-academic-year-study and to be introduced into archaeology, history, ancient Greek literature and art, Aegean civilizations, etc.
Modern Greek language courses are available at the Modern Greek Language Teaching Center
The BA program is offered by a historical University and the School of Philosophy of the NKUA, with a tradition that exceeds 180 years of ongoing activity and strong presence in the area of Higher Education—both the University and the School are consistently highly ranked in international university rankings.
The Program at a Glance
Τitle: “BA Program in the Archaeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece”;
- It focuses on Greek antiquity and awards a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts (BA);
- Duration of the study program: four (4) years (eight academic semesters);
- Tuition fees: 6.000 Euro annually
- Total amounts of ECTS required to successfully complete the program: 248 ECTS;
- Admission Requirements are listed in detail on the program’s website https://baag.uoa.gr
- Email for inquiries:
The program's e-brochure can be found on:
Application deadline: 31 March 2020
Late applications considered up to 30 June 2020