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Institutions offering courses in Modern Greek abroad and Examination Centers 

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  • cz Czech Republic | Exam Centers | Acknowledged Exam Centers

    Jasyková Škola Hlavního Mĕsta Prahy

    Školská 15
    116 72, Praha 1
    Tel: 00420 2 2223 2238
    Fax: 00420 2 2223 2236

    Mgr. Georgia Zervasová

  • cz Czech Republic | Universities

    University of Masaryk-Brno

    Department for Classical Studies |

    Arna Nováka 1
    60200 Brno
    Tel.: +420 549 49 1511, 549 49 3741
    Fax: +420 549 49 1520

    Coordinator: Antonín Bartoněk

    The Section was founded in 1993 at the Institute of Classical Studies with the support of the Kostas and Eleni Ourani Foundation. Subjects: Ancient Greek, Byzantine and Modern Greek language, history and art, folklore, orthodox tradition, translation, oral speech. Modern Greek courses cover the 1/3 of the academic units. Students are obliged to combine the study of Modern Greek with Archaeology, Classics, Law, etc. A Magister degree is awarded to the students.
    A library of about 1,000 volumes is available.
    Modern Greek courses are also offered to adults interested in Greek culture.
    Faculty: Antonín Bartoněk, Daša Bartoňková, Aikaterini Franc-Sgourdeou, Kateřina Loudová, Elena Marečková, Irena Radová, Růžena Dostálová, Helena Kurzová, Dagmar Muchnová, Vladimír Vavřínek.

  • cz Czech Republic | Universities | Exam Centers

    Univerzita Karlova

    Ústav Řeckých a latinských studií |

    Celetna 20
    11642 Praha 1
    Tel.: +420 221 619739

    Coordinator: Kyriaki Chabova

    The Section of Modern Greek was founded in the mid 50s and has started operating again (after being inactive for 15 years) during the academic year 2008-2009, within the Institute of Greek and Latin Studies.
    12 students attend the first year of studies while 50 have requested to enroll to the program the following year. 40 students attend the elective course of Modern Greek language.
    A library of about 1800 volumes is available.
    Faculty: Ruzena Dostalova, a distinguished Czech papyrologist, byzantinologist and hellenist with important publications, dr. Kyriaki Chabova (Medieval and Modern Greek Literature), Kostas Tsivos (phd candidate in Modern Greek History and Tatiana Halidou (appointed by the Greek Ministry of Education).

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