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Greece

*** Coming summer of 2016***

Study-Abroad Program· Summer · Five Weeks


Program Overview:  

Study the archaeology of ancient Greece and the language of modern Greece while visiting sites ranging from the Neolithic period to the modern period. Highlights include hiking the Samaria Gorge on Crete and staying in restored 19th century homes in Arachova, where you can get a first-hand lesson in Greek cooking. You will spend the first two weeks in the city of Chania on the north coast of Crete. Next, is a three-day tour of Crete's sites and museums. After a ferry ride to the mainland, you will spend time on the road visiting sites in Argolid, Olympia, Delphi, and central Greece. You will spend your final four days in and around Athens. The itinerary is tentative and subject to change.

Greece printable Program Information

Greece Travel Advisory

Credit-Hours:

6 to 8 credit hours

Courses:                                                                                                                                            

GREK 3400: Art and Archaeology of Greece (3 credit-hours)
GREK 1110: Intensive Elementary Modern Greek (4 credit hours)

Lodging and Meals:

You will reside in a double-occupancy hotel room. Depending  on the number of students, you may reside in a triple-occupancy hotel room on occasion. Breakfast and dinner are included.

Payment Schedule and Deadlines:

A non-refundable deposit is due when completing the online appliacation that is due by February 15. The travel grant application is due by March 1.  

Financial Aid :

Your current scholarships and financial aid may apply toward the cost of the program. Call the Office of Student Financial Aid at (931) 221-7907 to schedule an appointment with a financial aid counselor.  Additional scholarships and travel grants are available through the Office of International Education.  View more information on financial aid.

Contact:

Dr. Tim Winters (Languages and Literature) at (931) 221-7118 or winterst@apsu.edu.