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Some of SEE students visited the Temporary exhibition “Hermitage: Gateway to History” at the Byzantine and Christian Museum along with SEE instructors on Friday, 27 Januray 2017. http://www.byzantinemuseum.gr/en/temporary_exhibitions/



The Postgraduate dissertation with the highest grade from all examinors: Konstantinos Vlamis, "Middle class, Islam and Democracy in Turkey and Bosnia Herzegovina:  Is Democratization in the Muslim World Dependent on the Rise of an Islamic Middle Class?"


Reports produced by the students of the course "European Union Enlargement in South Eastern Europe and Beyond" 


 Instructor: Assistant Professor Susannah Verney 



You can download the two postgraduate dissertations with the highest grades from the academic year 2014-2015: 


On Sunday, December 7th, 2014 the students of the Master's Programme 2014-2015 visited the traveling exhibition "Imagining the Balkans. Identities and Memory in the long 19th century" at the National History Museum in Athens in teh framework of the course "Interconnected Histories: The Balkans and the Black Sea from the 18th to the 20th Century" accompagnied by their instructor Assistant Professor Nassia Giakovaki. The exhibition is organized by the 10 museums of the Balkan countries, under the auspices of UNESCO







Our current postgraduate students of the SEE Master's Programme visited the Bank of Greece on Thursday, 14 May 2015 in the framework of their class of "Economic Transition Pathways in Southeastern Europe: Disruptions, Challenges, Prospects".