History degrees analyse events of the world’s civilizations. History students learn about the political and socio-economical causes that led to important past major events, as well as look at history as a fluid process influenced by many complex factors, to better understand our present. History degrees lead to careers in Heritage Management, Teaching, Politics, or International Relations.Read more about studying a History degree
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Greece is the cradle of European civilization and the birthplace of philosophy. Greek universities and colleges have a long history in academics, attracting international students from all over the world. Classes are not typically formal, so you can expect open discussions between students and professors, in line with the classical philosophical debate tradition. EU/EEA students don’t pay any tuition at public universities, while non-EU/EEA citizens pay low fees. In Greece, you’ll also enjoy the well-known local hospitality and the wonderful Mediterranean climate. There are many landmarks and monuments waiting to be explored, including the Acropolis, Delphi, the Parthenon, and many others.Read more about studying abroad in Greece
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