Following the guidelines of the Aristotle University and in order not to extend the duration of the semester or be obliged to do a series of make-up classes, Assistant Professor Vassilis Pergantis will continue online/electronically (via Skype Business) his two Erasmus courses, namely
Law of the Sea
and International Migration, Refugee and Asylum Law,
for as long as classes with physical presence are suspended at the Aristotle University.
Please be advised that those meetings will count for absences, so if someone wants to take these courses, he/she must connect and be present during the teleconferences.
The programme of the teleconferences will be as follows:
1) For the Law of the Sea course, teleconferences will be held every Wednesday from 12 to 2, during the time normally allocated for this class, starting Wednesday 18 March 2020.
2) For International Migration, Refugee and Asylum Law course, teleconferences will be held every Monday, starting Monday 16 March 2020, from 8 to 10 in the evening and during the meeting on Monday 16 March, it will be discussed if another time slot will be more convenient for the organization of the online course.
Please note that those Erasmus students that were already present during the first meeting for each of the two courses, have given their contact details, and received via e-mail the syllabus and other documents of the class from Asst. Prof. V. Pergantis, will be getting the link for the relevant teleconference and the guidelines so as to connect at 10 o’clock in the morning of each e-session.
All other students that might wish to take this e-class, please contact Mr. Pergantis (firstname.lastname@example.org) immediately so that you can be added in the above lists and receive the relevant info and the link to connect to the teleconference.