Three-week in-country programme in Crete, Greece (10th-29th July)
We are pleased to announce a new in-country programme for our Modern Greek students (all students studying the language through Flinders University – Modern Greek) in July 2014.The programme will take place on the beautiful island of Crete (University of Crete, Rethymno), from the 10th to the 29th of July.
1. Return airfares to and from Crete approximately $3000 per person during peak season.
2. 350 Euros which includes:
- Accommodation (single bed rooms for three (3) weeks at the University dorms)
- Four to five (4-5) hours tuition daily delivered by staff of the University of Crete, experienced in teaching Modern Greek as foreign/second language
- Transfer from and to the airport in Crete.
There is NO charge for all teaching material, including a book
- Please allow some money for meals (lunch is available during the week in the University canteen at very reasonable prices, 3-4 euros per lunch)
- Transfer fares to and from the city of Rethymno (bus/taxi)
- Weekend cultural excursions could be organised at an additional cost e.g. Knossos, Chania, Samaria etc.
- Any other personal expenses e.g. entertainment etc. (optional).
WHO CAN APPLY
Twenty (20) students of Modern Greek can apply for this programme and will be selected on a first come-first served basis.
Expressions of interest must be submitted by 21st March.
The successful applicants will be notified by 28th March and must book flights by 11th April to secure their place in the programme.
HOW TO APPLY
Modern Greek students who are interested in participating in this very exciting programme please download and complete the “Expression of interest form” (DOCX 19KB) and send it to the following email addresses:
The Crete in-country programme is organised by the LOGOS Centre and the Modern Greek Department at Flinders University in collaboration with the University of Crete, Centre of Intercultural and Migration Studies.
For more information please contact:
Dr Maria Palaktsoglou (82015960)
Mr Antonios Litinas (82012047)
Professor Michael Tsianikas (82013850)