UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN STUDIES
«International and European Policies in Education, Training and Research»
An innovative and extrovert postgraduate program
The Department of International and European Studies of the School of Economics, Business and International Studies of the University of Piraeus organizes and operates a Postgraduate Program (Master) under the title “International and European Policies on Education, Training and Research”, for the academic year 2015-2016
The Program is addressed to:
i) Teachers of elementary and secondary education of all specializations, ii)Teachers and trainers of training bodies, iii) Universities’ and Technological Institutions’ Executives, iv) Executives from the Ministry of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs, Local Authorities Bodies (1st and 2nd degree), v) Business Executives dealing with human resources, education, training and research programs and programs of the European Social Fund, vi) Researchers and employees in research centers, vii) Employees in Private Education and Training Institutions and NGOs, viii)Social Enterprises’ Executives, ix)Public policies and journalists analysts’ with relevant topics of interest, x) Those interested in working abroad in national and European institutions and research centers, in relative subjects of education, training and research.
The objective of the MA Program is to provide specialised knowledge in the fields of educational policies, training and research towards their international and European dimension, to train executives and develop teachers and executives’ existing abilities, knowledge and experiences towards the evaluation of complex issues with interdisciplinary approach.
The Program accepts graduates from national Universities, accredited equivalent institutions from abroad and also graduates from Technological Institutes’ Departments. The MA Program is divided in three (3) semesters. The postgraduate students may attend and successfully being examined in six (6) obligatory and four (4) optional courses as well as submit their dissertation. The Master Diploma of Expertise includes 90 ECTS credits.
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