Six (6) Undergraduate Merit Scholarships 2020 by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece .The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens offers six (6) Merit Scholarships of the amount of Eur 10,000 each, to students who wish to pursue the “BA program in the Archaeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece”, starting in fall 2020. Scholarships’ application starting date is May 19, 2020, the closing date is June 30, 2020 at 24:00 (Greece local time: UTC/GMT +3 hours) and results will be announced by July 10, 2020 ( https://baag.uoa.gr/scholarships/ )
This four-year BA program is taught in English and is devoted to the study of Greek Antiquity. Aimed at non-EU students exclusively, it offers a unique opportunity to study the culture of ancient Greece with on-site study of archaeological monuments and sites, such as the Athenian Acropolis and the Parthenon, Delphi and Olympia.
We also welcome University Students for one-year studies at the BA program during the academic year 2020-21. University students will also have the opportunity to enroll to additional, special courses or to regular courses of the School of Philosophy. For information about tuition fees and requirements please contact:
Admissions criteria and application for the program: https://baag.uoa.gr
For more information you may contact:
Phone +30 210 727 7683
The 2019-2020 academic year has now come to a close and we believe it ended successfully, even exceeding expectations given the extraordinary disruption caused by COVID-19 pandemic. Our University has already responded to the coronavirus ensuring that no student has been educationally disadvantaged by the pandemic; students, faculty and staff worked diligently and creatively to ensure that teaching, learning and research occurred in ways consistent with standards and expectations of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. We are proud that Greece’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has so far been “a rare coronavirus success story” as the UK’s Financial Times has recently reported since Greece took early and drastic action. Moreover, we are strongly encouraged by the MIT’s optimistic forecast for the course of the epidemic in Greece, which according to its Delphi AI model, no particular increase in COVID 19 cases is expected in the summer, even without measures being taken. Neverthelss, we are ready in case contingency plans are ever again required, including options for studying remotely, which will be confirmed if they become necessary.
Thank you for your trust in us as you plan your future studies.