Welcome to the Master of Arts programme supported by

  • Nottingham University (School of Education) and the
  • Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (Department of Computer Engineering)

The postgraduate course is approved by the Ministry of Education  (FEK 106/27.01.2016 - Β' No. 78). It is a part time course with duration  4 semesters. During the last semester a dissertation prepared and presented.

It provides a unique perspective on the theories that underpin successful learning and teaching and innovation within the fast moving digital world of new technologies. This programme promises a deeper understanding of learning and, in addition, how new technologies can be applied within schools, universities and the workplace to support it.

Modules are delivered in English, therefore students will have an opportunity to broaden their knowledge and improve their communication skills in English.

After the successful completion the Master of Arts student will be awarded a joint Master of Arts in Greek and English

MA in Education Sciences & Learning Technologies,
(ΜΔΕ στις Επιστήμες της Αγωγής και τις Μαθησιακές Τεχνολογίες)

The taught lectures will be given in the Piraeus University of Applied Sciences campus in Athens, Greece.

The ranking of Nottingham University according to the 2017 QS World Rankings for Education is very high.

The Univ. of Nottingham contribution is supported by researchers at the Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI), which is a collaboration between the Schools of Psychology, Education and Computer Science. Further information can be found at the Univ. of Nottingham site.

The Course


The course is normally extended over two academic years (4 semesters).

During the first 3 semesters, students are expected to succesfully complete the obligatory and elective modules. The fourth semester is dedicated to writing a Master of Arts thesis.

Submission of the thesis is allowed only to students that have succesfully completed all modules according to the course syllabus.

Application forms are now available.