Department of Language & Didactics

The Department of Language & Didactics develops educational and research work in the fields of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, focusing on Teaching French as a Foreign Language. The aim of the Department is the theoretical and practical training of students & future teachers of French language according to modern scientific standards, and the shaping of scientists with a multicultural/multilingual consciousness and personality.

Department of Literature

The Department of French Literature, founded in 1982, offers courses on French Literature, French Culture and Comparative Literature at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, as part of the Studies Programme of the French School. The first director of the Department, Professor Zoe Samara, organised the undergraduate and postgraduate levels by introducing courses on literary and theatre theory.  In time, the faculty was enhanced with notable young scientists who respond to the requirements of an enriched Studies Programme. The Academic Staff is currently composed of eight professors. Read more ...

Department of Translation studies

The Department of Translation of the School of French was established in 1993, its main object being Translation Theory and Practice; its study programme was initiated in the academic year 1997-98. The establishment of the Department of Translation was deemed essential due to the development of the science of translation on an international level, and the increasing demand for qualified translators in the Greek and European labour market.

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