The aim of the programme is to offer a specialized study of Modern Greek and European History (since the 19th c.), and highlight its connection with the history of the wider area of the Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe; and to map the course of Cyprus and its political and cultural relations with the broader european world.The personnel teaching in the programme comprises the academic staff appointed to the Department of History and Archaeology, in the following specialized areas: Modern Greek History Contemporary Greek History Modern European History Contemporary European History
The Programme aims at a multifaceted and multidisciplinary research investigation of Modern and Contemporary Cypriot, Greek and European History.
Department: Department of History and Archaeology
Faculty: Faculty of Letters
Programme Name: Modern and Contemporary History
Direction: Modern and Contemporary History
Level of Qualification: 2nd Cycle (Master's Degree) [4 Semesters]
Mode of Study: Full time
Language of Instruction: Greek
Coordinator: Associate Professor Petros Papapolyviou
The number of places available are announced by the Graduate School with the eligibility criteria for candidates, as well as other required documents that must be attached to the application such as:• Bachelor’s degree from a recognised University.• Previous University education in a suitable subject (academic background) and grades of relevant degrees.• Letters of recommendation.• Personal interview and/or written examination (if provided by the Department’s internal rules).• Submission of preliminary research proposal for admission to a doctoral course (if provided by the Department’s internal rules).The Department may also set additional criteria and quality indicators such as:
Students must always advise the University's' Postgraduate Study Rules
Successful completion of the requirements of the Programme
Please advice Postgraduate Study Rules
The grading system is numerical, from 0 to 10 with increments of ½. The minimumpassing grade is 5. The final grade of a graduate student is calculated as the gradepoint average of all courses passed by the student.In a postgraduate programme of study, courses can be graded as Success/Failure. These courses do not count towards the student’s GPA, and may not exceed 25% of the programme’s ECTS, with the exception of the dissertation units. All courses are presented in the Postgraduate Studies Prospectus.The diploma dissertation, thesis, research and writing stages are graded with Success / Failure. The final grade of the dissertation is registered in the last semester of its elaboration. Master level dissertations are calculated qualitatively as Excellent, Very Good, Good, and Failure.
Graduates can be admitted to Doctoral Programs