Department of History and Archaeology


In order to obtain the degree, those admitted from the academic year 2019-20 onwards must successfully attend 46 courses, each of which is taught for three hours each week for 13 weeks.  ATTENTION: For those enrolled in previous years, the number of courses and credits of the year in which they were enrolled applies.

According to the existing legislation (law 3374/2-8-2005), the study program is organized based on the system of transfer and accumulation of credits (pm) – ECTS.  Credit units quantify the work required to complete all planned learning activities and which, over the course of a semester, is valued at thirty (30) p.m.  In total, during their studies, students should accumulate 240 credits.  at least.  In the indicative curriculum of the Department of History and Archeology the number of 30 p.m.  per semester and a total of 240 p.m.  is approximately valid.

After the period of time stipulated as the minimum duration of the Department's undergraduate studies plus two (2) years, all kinds of benefits are not granted to the students (medical and hospital care, performance scholarships and scholarships and loans aid, free feeding, housing and provision of textbooks or other aids, facilitation of travel, etc.).