Ph.D. in Modern and Contemporary History

The doctoral program leads to the acquisition of a Doctor of Philosophy degree, which, by its very nature, adds a new knowledge to science. Candidates must be in possession of graduate degrees from accredited departments in the fields of Law, Philosophy and Pedagogical Schools. Graduates of History, Political Science, Sociology, International Relations, Journalism and Mass communications as well as Greek and European Civilizations are also accepted. In special cases, scientists of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry etc., who are interest in the Historical development of their specialization in Cyprus and Greece, are also encouraged to apply.

PROGRAMME INFORMATION

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4 YEARS

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GREEK

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FULL TIME

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AWARDED BY NEAPOLIS UNIVERSITY

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OUR FACULTY & STAFF

Giorgos Georgis

Professor of History

Head of the Department of History, Politics and International Studies

Coordinator of the Master in History and MA in Modern and Contemporary Greek and European History (Distance)

Giorgos Georgis is Professor at Neapolis University Pafos, Member of the Board and Director of the Postgraduate Programs in History at the same University.

Pantelis Sklias

Professor of International Political Economy

Rector of Neapolis University Pafos

Pantelis Sklias (1969) is a Professor of International Relations and International Political Economy (IPE) and since September 2018 Rector of the University.

Marios Leonida Evriviades

Professor of International Relations and Security

Deputy Head of the Department of History, Politics and International Studies

Marios L. Evriviades is Professor of International Relations and History at Neapolis University Pafos. He is also Senior Fellow and Director of Resources at ERPIC-European Rim and Investment Council, Larnaca.

Georgios Maris

Visiting Researcher in Political Economy of International Relations

Georgios Maris is Associate Professor in Political Economy of International Relations at the University of the Aegean (Department of Mediterranean Studies).

Katerina Papazacharia

Lecturer in Diplomatic History and International Relations

Katerina Papazacharia is a Doctor of Philosophy in Byzantine History. She graduated with a B.A. degree from the Department of History and Archaeology, School of Philosophy of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Kyriakos Iakovidis

Lecturer in Modern History

Born in Limassol, 1984. BA Journalism (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh). MA in History (Royal Holloway). PHD holder (University of Cyprus). Member of the research program «Evrodaktilios», financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Cyprus).

Antonis Klapsis

Visiting Researcher in Diplomacy and International Organization

Coordinator of the MA in Modern and Contemporary Greek and European History (Distance Learning)

Antonis Klapsis is Assistant Professor of Diplomacy and International Organization at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese.

Dimitris Chryssochoou

Visiting Fellow in Theory and Institutions of European Integration

Dimitris N. Chryssochoou is Professor of Theory and Institutions of European Integration in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,

Mersilia Anastasiadou

Tutor

Coordinator of the BSc in International Relations & Security, MSc in European Politics and Governance (conventional and distance) and MSc in International Relations, Strategy and Security (Distance)

Mersilia Anastasiadou teaches International Relations at the Department of History, Politics and International Studies, Neapolis University Pafos.
Doctoral Studies, by their very nature, enriching the knowledge and as a result successful candidates become authorities in their respective field of study.

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