Summer school in Greece 2022

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Location: Greece

Season: May 1, 2022 to May 22, 2022

Session Dates: May 1 -May 22, 2022

Application Deadline: April 15, 2022

Deadline Type: Rolling


Program Type:

RPA Certified:

Canadian Institute in Greece

Project Director:
Jacques Perreault

Project Description:

A unique introduction to the art and archaeology of ancient Greece! The Canadian Institute in Greece is pleased to announce its 2022 Summer School, which will take place from May 1 to May 22, 2022. It is centered on Athens and Attica, but also includes a tour of major sites in the Peloponnese as well as a visit to the panhellenic sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi. The course combines formal lectures given at the Canadian Institute’s premises in Athens with visits to the related archaeological sites and museums.

Period(s) of Occupation: Bronze Age to Roman period

The course is open to students from universities worldwide !

Project Size: 25-49 participants

Minimum Age: 18

Experience Required: No previous experience required

Room and Board Arrangements:
Summer school cost is $2300 CAD ($1850 USD). This includes: -21 nights twin-share accommodation and breakfast at 3 star hotels -4 lunches and 5 dinners -Transportation to sites and museums listed in the tour -Site and museum entrance fees -Membership in the Canadian Institute in Greece -Library use in Athens Does not include: -Return airfare to Greece & travel insurance -All other meals

Academic Credit:
If you wish to receive university credits for the summer school course, please contact us:

Contact Information:

Prof. Jacques Perreault

Université de Montréal, C.P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville





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