National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Offers Scholarships to Western Balkan Citizens

The Master’s Degree in Southeast European Studies was launched after the Yugoslav Wars as part of an international initiative with the aim of contributing to the promotion of peace, democracy and reconciliation in the region by bringing together young people from across Southeastern Europe to learn with and from each other. The Programme has a strong international character and since its launch in 1999, has welcomed students from 44 countries.

Southeastern Europe offers an excellent vantage point from which to study major issues like democratic backsliding, state-building, asylum
and migration management, economic crisis, climate policy, conflict resolution, and European Union Enlargement. Our one-year Programme, taught exclusively in English, is interdisciplinary and examines this key region from multiple perspectives in the social sciences.


The duration of the programme of studies is twelve calendar months. The exclusive language of instruction and examination on the
Programme is English. All assignments are completed in English.

Master of Science (MSc) in “Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics” (75 ECTS Credits)

The programme of studies includes coursework and research. Two semesters of taught classes are followed by the research and
writing of the postgraduate dissertation (from June to end of September).

Students are required to submit a thesis of 12,000-15,000 words (not including bibliography) on a topic directly concerned with
Southeastern Europe, and in one of the academic disciplines covered in the Programme.

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