Graduates of the Department of Greek Philology
1) are admitted to the competition through ASEP to draw up a ranking list of teachers by sector and specialty, with a view to their appointment or recruitment in secondary education, in accordance with Law 3848/2010, Article 2, paragraph 3 (b), as amended and in force by the provisions of Law 4186/2013, article 36, paragraph 22, b and e, and
2) engaged in private education, in accordance with Law 3848/2010, Article 8.
In addition, they can work on:
Libraries, Cultural-Spiritual Centers, KAPI as animators and programmers of Reading Encounters, Reading and Creative Writing Centers with children, adolescents and adults.
Public Administration and Local Government.
International Organizations with cultural content (eg Unesco).
Publishing Houses as editors, text editors, translators of ancient Greek, Latin and medieval Greek literature, authors of educational material and textbooks for the teaching of classical languages and modern Greek literature as well as the teaching of the new Greek language as a second / foreign language.
Advertising agencies as copywriters.
Tourist businesses with cultural and archaeological content.
Theater organizations as playwrights.
As hourly teachers / trainers in various schools (in I.E.K., K.E.K., O.E.E.D. Schools, School of Religious Studies, Schools of Army Forces, School of Police, Nursing School, etc.)
In N.E.E.E. and in research programs for Greek language teaching in literacy programs and in socially excluded groups (e.g. Gypsies).
In research centers as researchers for writing scientific work in the fields of archeological sciences, medieval and new Greek literature and linguistics.
In educational institutions as educators who design and implement curricula for the teaching of Greek language and literature.
Speech processing companies or research centers for language processing using New Technologies.