ERASMUS

ERASMUS + is the European Commission's new program for education, training, youth and sport, aimed at enhancing skills and employability, as well as modernising education, training and youth systems in all areas of lifelong learning (Higher Education, Vocational Education and Training, Adult Education, School Education, Youth Activities).

Foreign language courses are offered to incoming students with the ERASMUS + Program in English and French at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

There is also the possibility of practicing abroad in accordance with the conditions set out in the program.

  • Responsible for ERASMUS+: Associate Professor Eleni Prokou
  • Deputy: Assistant Professor Iraklis Mavridis

Detailed information on the Program is provided by the Department of International Relations and European Union of the Panteion University.

Erasmus collaborations

Undergraduate ERASMUS courses

Fall semester

  • The aim of the course is to introduce students to the conceptual tools for the analysis and interpretation of issues of education policy in international and comparative perspective. Comparative Education is presented as a field of study which deals with the study of societies and their education systems, beginning outside the education system…

  • The course aims to introduce students to the design and organization of qualitative social research. The point of view is about the complementary of survey methods and qualitative methods on depends the theoretical and empirical questions and the disposed sources.

  • The course is an introduction to the basic theory and methods of social survey research. It covers the constructing of research questions, the design, the conduct and execution of social surveys, interviewing and mail questionnaires, questionnaire design, attitude measurement, analysis, presentation and interpretation of social research results…

  • The course aims at introducing students on the study of the impact of demographic changes (mainly those referring to the size, the growth and the age structure of the population) on the labour market and the social security schemes. The course implies the knowledge of the relationships between population changes, participation rates and labour…

  • The course examines social policy in the light of the state of law, the welfare state and social rights. The analysis focuses on specific fields of social policy (labour market, social security, equality of opportunities, migration, health and housing) at national, European and international level, in times of crisis.

  • The seminar is an introduction to basic statistical analysis using SPSS. It covers univariate and bivariate analysis, tests of hypotheses, simple regression and applications.

  • The course is an introduction to the principles, methods and practicalities of the design and execution of sample surveys in social investigations and the statistical analysis of social data. Students are trained in the application of statistical…

  • The course is an introduction to the principles, methods and practicalities of the design and execution of sample surveys in social investigations and the statistical analysis of social data. Students are trained in the application of statistical techniques to real social science research questions using the SPSS computer package for analyzing…

  • The purpose of the seminar is to provide students with knowledge about the current transformations is social policy implementation and the corresponding theoretical perspectives. Working collectively we investigate the change and the alternatives of…

Spring semester

  • The seminar aims at introducing students on the study of trends and prospects of the world population. It emphasises the knowledge of the principles, the means and the efficiency of demographic and population policies which are implemented in a certain number of developed and developing countries.

  • This course examines some of the basic philosophical and conceptual foundations of all social policy through the reading of important contemporary thinkers (Rawls, Dworkin, Nozik, Sen etc.) and different theoretical approaches (liberalism, utilitarianism, Marxism, communitarianism etc.) in the area of contemporary Anglo –Saxon political…

  • The course aims at introducing students on the basic principles of the study of population. Knowledge of the measurement and the analysis of factors affecting demographic phenomena (fertility, mortality, migration) and population trends are the main scope of the course.

  • The aim of the course is to introduce students to the conceptual framework of lifelong education / adult education and to the reasons for the promotion of lifelong learning during the last decades. The course aims to analyse the factors shaping lifelong learning at international and European level and to approach the basic models of lifelong…

  • This course examines the contribution of local administration bodies in social protection. Local governance contribute to the practice of social policy. When considering their specific operating framework, a number of important questions arise vis-…

  • The aim of the course is to familiarise students with the concepts of national identity and social bond. The course suggests a sociological approach to the terms and conditions for the construction of national identities, collective identities in general, and the social bond as the most important factor for the formation of social cohesion.…

  • For the Erasmus students lectures will be offered in English and French.

  • The course aims to examine social change under the aspect of mobility. To provide a conceptual approach and kinds of mobility. To compare different patterns of mobility in national and historical contexts.

  • The seminar is an introduction to further statistical analysis using SPSS. It covers one-way ANOVA, regression, non-parametric statistics, factor analysis and applications.

  • The course is an introduction to the basic ideas of statistical inference. It covers estimation and tests of hypotheses, criteria of estimation, confidence intervals, testing simple hypotheses.

  • The course is an introduction to the basic ideas of sampling for the large-scale social sample surveys. It covers elements of the theory of probability sampling and its implementation: sampling frame, simple random sampling, systematic sampling,…

Postgraduate ERASMUS courses

  • Semester: Fall

    The course is an intensive introduction to the principles, methods and practicalities of the design and execution of sample surveys in social investigations It covers the formulation of the research question, strategies and methods of survey data…

  • Semester: Fall

    The course aims at providing a comparative approach to issues of education policy in European countries, with emphasis in the influences from European Education Policy. To this direction, the basic principles of Comparative Education, as a field of study, are discussed, while policies in higher education and adult education / lifelong learning…

  • Semester: Fall

    The course aims to understand the principles of health policy making, to gain a deeper understanding of health care systems’ levels and types, to identify their functions and components, their interconnections, as…

  • Semester: Fall

    The course aims at highlighting how demographic trends are related to social policy issues. Topics covered include sources of information and use of demographic data; methods of description and analysis of demographic phenomena (fertility,…

  • Semester: Fall

    The course is an introduction to qualitative research methodology and to the idea that quantitative and qualitative research methods are supplementary, depending on the specific issue that is researched. The course presents pieces of fieldwork…

  • Semester: Fall

    The course is an intensive introduction to the statistical analysis of social data. It covers the foundations of descriptive statistics, estimation and inference. Students are trained in the application of statistical techniques to real social…

  • Semester: Spring

    This seminar is situated in the area of contemporary political philosophy and is concerned with some of the key foundational notions in social policy such as social justice and social welfare. We examine critically and in detail some of the different aspects, theories and thinkers in contemporary discussions of these terms and we seek to…

  • Semester: Spring

    The course is an overview of the principles, methods and practicalities of the design and execution of sample surveys in social research and the statistical analysis of social data (hypothesis testing, multiple regression, cluster analysis,…

  • Semester: Spring

    The aim of the course is to explore thecomplex  relationshipthat…