Other useful links
The library of the Department of Media and Communication Studies at NKUA is hosted in a building at the junction of 42-44 Aeolou Street and Kolokotroni. The library of this Department is part of the Central Library of Economics and Political Science (which also includes the libraries of the Department of Economics and the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the University of Athens). The collection of the library includes books, titles of foreign and Greek scientific journals, magazines, films etc. The collection is continuously enriched with modern publications, which cover the subjects taught in these Faculties. Its internet rooms and computers can be used by the students of this program and is accessible to students with disabilities.
More info: http://econpol.lib.uoa.gr
EVENTS at NKUA
NKUA regularly organises discussions, workshop and seminars.
To keep updated on the events that take place: https://en.uoa.gr/announcements_and_events/events/
ESN Kapa Athens
The Erasmus Student Network at NKUA ESN Kapa Athens organizes extracurricular activities, such as guided visits to the Hellenic Parliament, as well as excursions to ancient and cultural sites. Furthermore, they offer assistance to foreign students to find private accommodation.
More info: https://esnkapa.org/
Modern Greek Language Teaching Center
The Modern Greek Language Teaching Center of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens has been functioning since the 1950s, initially with a very limited number of students. In the decades that followed the number of students increased exponentially. The Modern Greek Teaching Center is the largest of its kind in the world. Many of its graduates are today teachers of Modern Greek and Philology at Universities throughout the world, members of the diplomatic corps in their own countries, church leaders, renowned scientists, company managers, respected artists and business professionals.
More info: https://en.greekcourses.uoa.gr/
Hellenic Authority for Higher Education
The Hellenic Authority for Higher Education (HAHE) was established in 2020 as the successor to Greece's Quality Assurance and Accreditation Agency, which had operated since 2006. The Authority is an independent body with full administrative and operational autonomy and a legal supervision by the Minister of Education. It is governed by its President and Supreme Council. Quality assurance is managed by the Evaluation and Accreditation Council.
HAHE is a member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA).
More info: https://www.ethaae.gr/en/