In most cases, students who do not speak or understand Greek must follow a tutorial with the relevant member of staff for each chosen course. In this context, the student shall study from a selected English-language bibliography under the supervision of the responsible instructor and shall either sit special exams or prepare a paper in agreement with the teacher.
In addition to ad hoc tutorials as per above, the School provides each year the following courses in English.
|ΚΕ0Χ39||Winter||Educational Practices and Politics (partly in English)||4|
|ΚΕ0Ε04||Spring||Political Systems in the Balkans||4|
|ΚΕ0Ε22||Winter||Solidarity and Cohesion in the European Union||4|
|ΚΕ0Ε56||Spring||Politics and Government in Southern Europe. A Comparative Analysis||4|
|ΚΕ0Ε70||Spring||Religion and politics||4|
|ESC101||Winter||Constitutional law of the EU||10|
|ESC102||Winter||History and institutions of the EU||10|
|ESC103||Winter||Euroscepticism: parties, policies and people||10|
|ESC201||Spring||EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice||10|
|ESC202||Spring||EU Governance and Policies||10|
|ESCO205||Spring||Fundamental rights in Europe||5|
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ERASMUS+ STUDENTS: “Greece Today” is an open-enrollment course, accessible to all Erasmus and exchange students in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; successful candidates receive four (4) ECTS credits.
Students of the School may also follow the English or other-language courses provided by the Law School, the School of Journalism and the School of Economics.