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Location: Pedoulas, Cyprus
Season: July 17, 2022 to July 23, 2022
Application Deadline: May 3, 2022
Deadline Type: Rolling
Science and Technology in Archaeology and Culture Research Centre (STARC) of The Cyprus Institute
Professor Thilo Rehren
The Science and Technology in Archaeology and Culture Research Centre (STARC) of The Cyprus Institute, in collaboration with the Universities of Cambridge and Leuven are delighted to announce that the 2022 Cyprus Institute Summer School “Promoting Archaeological Science in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East: Current work on Organic and Inorganic Materials” will be held from 17th to 23rd July, 2022.
Part of the EU-funded Promised project, the summer school is organised around an intensive series of daily lectures from leading archaeological scientists from STARC and the Universities of Cyprus, Cambridge and Leuven.
Field trips and visits to UNESCO World Heritage sites will complement the lectures.
The summer school will take place at the Environmental Centre of the village of Pedoulas, in the Troodos mountains.
The Summer School is aimed at postgraduate students (Masters’ or PhD level), postdocs and professionals in a relevant field of study. Places are limited to ensure a good ratio of students to lecturers; final-year undergraduate students can be admitted, spaces permitting.
The cost for the summer school is €600 and includes local transport from the airport to Pedoulas and archaeological sites, and all meals and accommodation. Flights are not included. A non-refundable 33% deposit (€200) is required within two weeks of being offered a place in order to secure your place. ECTS will be available upon request.
For more information on the programme and the application procedure please visit the Promised website: https://promisedtwinning.cyi.ac.cy/training/2022/july-summer-school-2022
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Room and Board Arrangements:
The cost for the summer school includes local transport from the airport to Pedoulas and archaeological sites, and all meals and accommodation. Flights are not included.
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