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27 Top Online Certificates in Greece

Certificate programs, which can be earned in about a year, consist of academic classes that are offered at different skill and ability levels. Undergraduate as well as graduate students, depending on their field of study, may obtain certificates.

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E-Learning University of Athens

Translating in Professional Contexts" is a six-week course highlighting the potential of translation to reshape target discourses in professional contexts. ... [+]

Translating in Professional Contexts is a six-week course highlighting the potential of translation to reshape target discourses in professional contexts.

It aims at raising awareness of processes involved in mediators' renegotiating aspects of meaning-making between languages.

A set of socio-cultural phenomena manifested through language emerge, in the process of meaning transfer, which broadens the perspective of what may be at stake in translation practice.

Professional translation contexts such as corporate advertising, media, tourism advertising, translation in academic and audiovisual contexts provide instances of shifts intended to enhance appropriateness in a target language with a view to enriching trainees' perception of intercultural variation and highlighting its importance.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
6 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

A Greek language learning course specifically addressed to non-Greek speakers. ... [+]

A Greek language learning course specifically addressed to non-Greek speakers.

It is suitable for anyone who is interested in learning the Greek language and it comes with no requirements or criteria in order to attend it.

After completing this online course, the attendant will have developed the language skills necessary for basic activities and situations that they might encounter, such as introducing yourself, interpersonal communication and directions for orientation.

The educational material and process are in English.

Please mind that this course is also provided for free to anyone who enrolls in one of the Cultural courses and upon successful completion you will receive a certificate of attendance.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
10 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

The program "Writing in Greek from A to C through B" aspires to be the first online attempt to enhance the Writing skills in learners of Greek as a Second/Foreign languag ... [+]

The program "Writing in Greek from A to C through B" aspires to be the first online attempt to enhance the Writing skills in learners of Greek as a Second/Foreign language that have achieved one of the three learning stages, A (Basic User), B (Independent User), C (Proficient User) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (CEF, 2001). This course applies to students considered as C Proficient User) Level.

C Level (Proficient User)

This is the third and last step out of the 3 levels in total in this learning process. Upon completion:

The learner can write clear, smoothly flowing paragraphs of increasing linguistic and cognitive complexity on any type of text type/ genre (description, narration, argumentation, summary, conclusion) in a spontaneous, flexible and efficient style. S/he can metalinguistically control the organizational structure, the coherence mechanisms, and the explicit or implicit shades of meaning in all the aforementioned text types.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
12 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

The program "Writing in Greek from A to C through B" aspires to be the first online attempt to enhance the Writing skills in learners of Greek as a Second/Foreign languag ... [+]

The program "Writing in Greek from A to C through B" aspires to be the first online attempt to enhance the Writing skills in learners of Greek as a Second/Foreign language that have achieved one of the three learning stages, A (Basic User), B (Independent User), C (Proficient User) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (CEF, 2001). This course applies to students considered as B (Independent User) Level.

B Level (Independent User)

This is the second step out of the 3 levels in total in this learning process. Upon completion:

The learner can write clear, detailed paragraphs of increasing structural complexity on a variety of subjects related to his/her field of interest with increasing degree of abstraction, and synthesize and evaluate information and arguments from a number of sources by explaining his/ her own viewpoint.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
12 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

The program "Writing in Greek from A to C through B" aspires to be the first online attempt to enhance the Writing skills in learners of Greek as a Second/Foreign languag ... [+]

The program "Writing in Greek from A to C through B" aspires to be the first online attempt to enhance the Writing skills in learners of Greek as a Second/Foreign language that have achieved one of the three learning stages, A (Basic User), B (Independent User), C (Proficient User) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (CEF, 2001). This course applies to students considered as A (Basic User) Level.

Level A (Basic User).

This is the first level of a 3 level system offered in total, in this online course. Here, the participant will come across a first approach of learning how to write in Greek, but as mentioned before, those who will apply for the course should have previous experience/lessons that will qualify him for attendance; otherwise, it will be difficult for him/her to follow the learning process.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
12 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

This course elaborates on the basics principles of the marketing analysis while providing an introduction to the concept of Business Intelligence (BI), its impact and its ... [+]

Every day, all businesses face dozens of questions relating to making decisions about their operation. Questions concerning the allocation of staff, the expected demand, the volume of orders, product storage, product promotion, customer acquisition, customer assessment, the effectiveness of any advertising, transportation of materials, processing of data, finding and collecting data of interest, etc.

The answer to such questions has a significant benefit since it dramatically reduces the company's operating costs and makes it competitive and viable, especially in a time of crisis, when financing is not easy to find and therefore everything should be organized and exploited to the fullest degree.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
15 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

This course elaborates on the basics principles of the web analytics while providing an introduction to the concept of Business Intelligence (BI), its impact and its basi ... [+]

Every day, all businesses face dozens of questions relating to making decisions about their operation. Questions concerning the allocation of staff, the expected demand, the volume of orders, product storage, product promotion, customer acquisition, customer assessment, the effectiveness of any advertising, transportation of materials, processing of data, finding and collecting data of interest, etc.

The answer to such questions has a significant benefit since it dramatically reduces the company's operating costs and makes it competitive and viable, especially in a time of crisis, when financing is not easy to find and therefore everything should be organized and exploited to the fullest degree.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
14 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

Nowadays we have become increasingly skeptical towards the cosmetic products we use and the chemicals we expose ourselves to. Since flora biodiversity (or biological dive ... [+]

Nowadays we have become increasingly skeptical towards the cosmetic products we use and the chemicals we expose ourselves to. Since flora biodiversity (or biological diversity) on Earth is enormous, a great number of these aromatic and medicinal plants can be used for cosmetic purposes.

People have been using natural products since the dawn of human history. Only toward the end of the 19th century, however, have we started to know something about the chemistry of some of these products. With our increasing knowledge of chemistry and related sciences, we have begun to duplicate some of the natural chemicals and at the same time make modifications in these compounds, or sometimes produce completely new ones.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
13 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

Wine is part of the Greek cultural heritage, its production and the accompanying tradition exists for more than 4.000 years!In Greek mythology, we find the Olympian Gods ... [+]

Wine is part of the Greek cultural heritage, its production and the accompanying tradition exists for more than 4.000 years!In Greek mythology, we find the Olympian Gods that rule Cosmos. One out of twelve is Dionysus who is identified as the God of revelry and wine, also known as Bacchus. Furthermore, Greeks had many philosophical quotes regarding wine. Plato believed that “wine fills the heart with courage” and Euripides that “where there is no wine there is no love”.

In this online course, you will learn about the cultural history of wine and how it was first produced. You will also have the chance to learn the secrets and techniques you need to use in order to make your own wine.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
4 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

This online course focuses on presenting the evolution of the Ancient Greek Theater starting from the 5th century BC till the 20th-21st century. Greek theatre, mostly dev ... [+]

An Itinerary from Classical Past to Future

This online course focuses on presenting the evolution of the Ancient Greek Theater starting from the 5th century BC till the 20th-21st century. Greek theatre, mostly developed in Athens, is the root of the Western tradition, while the word’s root also originates as Greek. It was part of a performance culture that evolved in classical Greece and included festivals, religious rituals, politics, funerals and many more.

The tragedy is also a word originated from Greece and as it turns out, the dramatic performances were really important to the Athenians.

The course answers to questions like In what context was ancient Greek drama written and produced in classical Athens? What were a performance tragedy and comedy like? What factors did contribute to the survival of a small number of ancient plays to present day? When did the first modern public production take place? Which are the most significant trends and tendencies observed in the staging of ancient Greek drama in modern times?... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
6 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

Classical Greece is considered to be the influential culture which is linked with the foundation of modern Western culture and stands as the substructure of Western civil ... [+]

An Itinerary from Classical Past to Future

Classical Greece is considered to be the influential culture which is linked with the foundation of modern Western culture and stands as the substructure of Western civilization. A great number of ideas and practices that were conceived and elaborated during the Classical era, continue to play an important role in modern life. Vases, sculptures, written sources and other archaeological finds were the ultimate source that provided all the stages of their life and a fully detailed description of the ancient Greek citizen and that seems to be just one out of many reasons to find the ancient Greek culture so mesmerizing.

This online course aims to acquaint participants with the "core" of classical civilization, which is the foundation of western culture, through monuments by introducing the concepts of the ideal citizen, democracy, and philosophical thought as reflected theoretically and practically in ancient Greek religion.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
9 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

The present course “An Itinerary from Classical Past to Future: The City & the Theatre” is a journey in Greek history and civilization, seen through the prism of the ... [+]

An Itinerary from Classical Past to Future

The present course “An Itinerary from Classical Past to Future: The City & the Theatre” is a journey in Greek history and civilization, seen through the prism of the classical city-state and ancient theatre. We start by learning about the city, including its development, structure and how the buildings were developed in the urban center and lastly the complexity of its architecture.

Further on, the lessons extend to the decisive role of religion in the Greek political life, where Gods and Heroes play a particular role in all the decisions taken for common activity and life. Gladly, we have full access to their daily life routine and their community values, due to vases, sculptures, written sources and other archaeological finds that provide us all the necessary details. Last but not least the course gives us a chance to examine how many of the lifestyles of ancient Greeks survive with stunning continuity in modern society.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
15 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

This online course aims to offer a journey to the fascinating developments in Greek art from ca. 1200 to ca. 30 BCE. The participant will have a unique chance to learn th ... [+]

This online course aims to offer a journey to the fascinating developments in Greek art from ca. 1200 to ca. 30 BCE. The participant will have a unique chance to learn the very beginning of the Art developed in Greece and its evolution.

The course learning journey begins with the decoration of tombs, till the first jewelry design. Even if you’re new to all this, it will surely be a good start to discover such peculiar forms of art and even more, get one fine first taste of the Greek culture, which will make you ask for more.

Greek art is instantly recognizable worldwide, even though most non-specialists find it difficult to understand its development or even name some of its most typical examples. Looking at Greek art in museums, illustrated books or tv documentaries may be fun, though it can sometimes leave the viewer none the wiser as to its secrets. Why did the Greeks invent naturalism? Why did they paint their pots? Did they really exercise or even fight in the nude? In short, what is “Greek” about Greek art? The programme addresses these and many more questions through richly illustrated lectures and carefully planned assignments.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
12 weeks
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

The globalization of trade, the widespread use of e-commerce and continuous customer pressures towards shorter lead times have created severe competition on the basis of ... [+]

The globalization of trade, the widespread use of e-commerce and continuous customer pressures towards shorter lead times have created severe competition on the basis of time and cost-efficiency for contemporary enterprises and organizations.

At the same time, emerging trends in the business landscape such as mass customization and postponement strategies, responsive business models (pull or make-to-order systems), innovative ICT applications, outsourcing and offshoring (and several other trends in the business landscape), pose new, challenging logistical requirements that call for well-trained logistics professionals on top of just good practitioners.

Recognizing the aforementioned logistical challenges and requirements, the "Supply Chain Management" course provides a broad, horizontal training at the medium level of detail/depth that is targeted to both students/graduates with relevant background studies and professionals with small empirical experience in the field.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
12 
Online
E-Learning University of Athens

Archaeological and Iconographic Evidence Minoan Crete was a rich, varied and complex culture whose achievements in every aspect of life have been studied and are still be ... [+]

Archaeological and Iconographic Evidence

Minoan Crete was a rich, varied and complex culture whose achievements in every aspect of life have been studied and are still being studied worldwide. In this course, we aim to further understand the significance of the Minoan Rituals and their relation to the rituals of modern civilizations. The ritual is a total of practices that have a spiritual and/or indicative character. It is also considered as the performance of an act with formality and solemnity.

The content of this online course gives us the chance to meet a world in which gods, goddesses, monsters, magic and religious symbolism play a significant role. Think of how many similar rituals, with a formal substance, operate as milestones in our lives nowadays. All of the above will be analyzed further and in detail in this online course part of the Arts and Culture category. After successfully completing the lessons, the participant will receive a training certificate while acquiring a magnificent one time experience.... [-]

Greece Athens
June 2019
4 weeks
Online