Mathesis Three new online lessons for free

The Open Internet Courses Center Mathesis, was founded in 2015 as a special department of the University Publications of Crete (PEK) with the sole purpose of and special offer to students, professional scientists and the wider public, to online courses at the level of the best international standards.


His previous course Mathesis completes with 44.000 and now enrolled students on its platform Mathesis and about the 27.000 certifications of successful attendance at the 19 courses offered so far.

And a new one starts in the following days:

Three new courses - one in Philosophy, one in Physics and one in Computer Science - and one more History course in repetition have already opened their first week of study and will officially start on the dates given below. The lessons of this new cycle are as follows:

Elementary Particles and Fundamental Forces (New)

Theodoros Tomaras, University of Crete

Start: April 16, 2018 • Duration: 6 weeks

Platon (New)

Vassilis Kalfas, University of Thessaloniki

Start: April 23, 2018 • Duration: 6 weeks

Advanced programming with Python (New)

Nikos Avouris, University of Patras

Start: April 23, 2018 • Duration: 6 weeks

The long Hellenistic era: The Greek world from Alexander to Hadrian (E)

Angelos Haniotis, Institute for Study / Princeton

Start: April 23, 2018 • Duration: 5 weeks

Records have already begun and of course continue on

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  1. I have already written in a previous lesson and I was completely satisfied.
    Obviously I have managed to enroll in one of the new courses.
    Well done for informing us about such issues

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