II. SEMESTER PROGRAMMES
A. For Undergraduate Students
Consult the general programme of the Diploma courses
Consulat the programme of courses per semester:
- Diploma of French Language and Literature: 1st year – 2nd year – 3rd year – 4th year
- Diploma of Modern Languages and European Studies: 1st year – 2nd year – 3rd year – 4th year
* For the FES 360 course:
- an internship is foreseen in three educational institutions
- registration is also required for the tutorial
- students who have successfully completed FES 134 are recommended to enrol
* The courses FES 102 and FES 103 are each accompanied by a mandatory tutorial which takes place once a week. Students must register for the two courses offered on the programme.
* The course ΕCO 101 – Εισαγωγή στα Οικονομικά replaces, from the Spring Semester 2022-2023, one of the two compulsory History courses with code 200.
* For registration to the courses FES 472 ou FES 475 Mémoire de fin d’études, there are requirements:
a) successful completion of 180ECTS and
b) an overall average of 7 or proven writing/research ability.
The Supplementary Compulsory Courses (fluctuating courses) for the semester are as follows:
FES 306 Linguistique générale
FES 325 Λογοτεχνίες της Ευρώπης
FES 333 Du texte à l’image et de l’image du texte
FES 340 Littérature du XIXe siècle
FES 349 Un auteur, une œuvre
FES 360 Didactique du FLE
FES 421 Φιλοσοφία της Νεωτερικότητας
FES 430 Cinema: la tradition européenne
The courses of the other Departments offered for the Diploma in Modern Languages and European Studies are as follows:
ENG 101.3 Academic Communication in English (Time Schedule)
The courses of the Language Center offered for the students of French Language and Literature are as follows:
THE LAN 105 COURSE IS PROHIBITED TO STUDENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT, except for exceptional reasons (subject to the agreement of the Departmental Council)
For optional courses (free choice) for students of the Diploma in Modern Languages and European Studies:
(a) All students of the Diploma in Modern Languages and European Studies, the obligation to enrol in optional courses is no longer in force (students are not obliged to enrol in free choice optional courses).
(b) Students in the sixth year of the Diploma in Modern Languages and European Studies must enrol in free-choice optional courses until the end of their studies in order to fulfil the requirements of the Diploma.
Students of the former programme are asked to consult the correspondence table (in greek).
Students must select and enrol in courses corresponding to the semester of their academic career (note: students who have exceeded 8 semesters are all considered 4th year students). The estimation of the academic year s based on the number of semesters in which each student has been assessed.
|Academic year||Number of semesters assessed||Number of ECTS|
|Student of the 1st year||From 0 to 1 semester||0-59,99 ECTS|
|Student of the 2nd year||From 2 to 3 semesters||60-119,99 ECTS|
|Student of the 3rd year||From 4 to 5 semesters||120-179,99 ECTS|
|Student of the 4th year||6 semesters or more||180 et + ECTS|
B. For Postgraduate Students (Master)
3) Students of the Master in Didactics of French as a Foreign Language (1st and 2nd semester) must register online for the following courses:
- FES 730 Méthodologie de la didactique du FLE (10 ECTS)
(Pr. Fryni Kakoyianni-Doa, Πέμπτη/jeudi/Thursday, 13:30-16:30)
- FES 733 Sociolinguistique de la didactique du FLE (10 ECTS)
(Pr. Fabienne Baider, Πέμπτη/jeudi/Thursday, 09:00-12:00)
- FES 739 Théâtre et film dans l’enseignement du FLE (10 ECTS)
(Pr. Christakis Christofi, Παρασκευή/vendredi/Friday, 13:30-16:30)
4) Students of the Master in European Studies (1st and 2nd semester) must register online for the following courses:
- FES 775 European Spiritualities (10 ECTS)
(Pr. Panagiotis Christias, Τρίτη/mardi/Tuesday, 14:00-17:00)
- FES 767 Cultural Hegemonies in the European Space (10 ECTS)
(Pr. May Chehab, Δευτέρα/lundi/Monday, 16:30-19:30)
5) Students of the third semester (2nd year) of the Master in Didactics of French as a Foreign Language and of the Master in European Studies are requested to register online after agreement of their supervising professor and of the Head of the Master programmes, Mrs Fryni Kakoyianni-Doa,
- to FES 749 Final Dissertation (Master in Didactics)
- or FES 750 Final Dissertation (Master EUR)
The type of work required will be defined between the student and the supervising teacher.
C. For PHD students (Postgraduate)
3) All students in the PhD programme must register online for the research/writing stage corresponding to their semester that bears the name of their supervisor (e.g. FES 650Α.1 for Prof. Doa). If they have to take their qualifying examination, thesis proposal or defence, they must also register for the examination, proposal or defence that bears the name of their supervisor.
4) First year PhD students can register online for either FES 650Α and FES 650Β (30 ECTS) or FES 650Α only (15 ECTS) if they consider that they will have enough time to complete their research. They must register for the research stage(s) that bears the name of their supervisor (e.g. FES 650Α.1 for Prof. Doa)
Number corresponding to each supervisor:
- 1. Fryni Kakoyianni – Doa
- 2. Fabienne Baider
- 3. May Chehab
- 7. Panagiotis Christias
- 8. Christakis Christofi
5) Structure of the programme:
To obtain the PhD in French or European Studies, the student must validate a minimum of 240 ECTS. The distribution of ECTS in the different stages is as follows:
|Research stage I
Research stage IΙ
Research stage IΙΙ
Research stage IV
Draft stage I
Draft stage ΙI
6) For more information:
For more information, please consult the coordinator of the programme, Mrs Fryni Kakoyianni-Doa, associate Professor, and/or Mrs. Georgia Soteriou, secretary of the Department.