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Institutions offering courses in Modern Greek abroad and Examination Centers 

FR France

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  • fr France | Exam Centers |

  • fr France | Exam Centers

    Ambassade de Grece Bureau de l' Education |

    9, rue Mesnil
    75016, Paris
    Tel: 0033 1 55730001-2
    Fax: 0033 155730004

    Koliadimou Stamatia

  • fr France | Exam Centers


    C/O Goethe Institut 4, B15 rue Clemence Isaure
    Tel: 0033 561 400 663, 0033 561 413 645
    Fax: 0033 637704 833

    Mrs Ghislaine Magoga Mr Stamatios Kambouras

  • fr France | Universities

    Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

    Centre d' Etudes Byzantines, Neo-Helléniques et Sud-est Européennes |

    54 bd Raspail
    75006 Paris
    Tel: +331 49542335
    Fax: +331 45449311

    Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales holds a special place among the academic institutions in France. The activities of the 47 research centres cover the whole range of humanities.
    The aspects of Modern Greek and Medieval culture as well as the culture and society of southeastern Europe are studied at the Centre d' Etudes Neo-Helléniques et Sud-est Européenne.
    Faculty: Paolo Odorico, Filippo Ronconi, Charis Messis.

  • fr France | Universities

    École Normale Supérieure

    Centre d'Etudes Anciennes |

    45 rue d'Ulm
    75230 Paris Cedex 05
    Tel.: +33 01 44323127
    Fax: +33 01 44323018

    Modern Greek is offered as an introductory course at the Centre of Ancient Studies.

  • fr France | Universities

    Institut de Théologie Orthodoxe Saint Serge |

    93 rue de Crimée
    75019 PARIS
    Tel. : +33
    Fax: +33

    Modern Greek is offered, along with Russian and Serbian, as a modern language.
    Faculty: Maria Pournana-Prantzos.

  • fr France | Universities

    Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO)

    Departement Europe Centrale et Orientale |

    Centre universitaire d’Asnières
    94 avenue de Grésillons
    92600 Asnières
    Tel.: +33 01 46134890-91

    Coordinator: Sophie Vassilaki

    Modern Greek has been offered at INALCO since 1800. Advanced students are awarded B.A. and M.A. degrees. Moreover, they have the opportunity to sit for exams similar to CAPES for contemporary literature, the entering exams for the French School of Athens, etc.
    Faculty: S. Vassilaki, F. Bechade, J. Dalegre, G. Galanes, S. Sawas, Ch. Alexopoulos, G. Kostakiotis.

  • fr France | Universities

    Université Charles-de-Gaule, Lille III

    UFR d’Études Romanes, Slaves et Orientales, Formation en Langue |

    B.P. 149
    59653 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
    Tel.: +33 03 204 16284
    Fax: +33 03 204 16291

    Coordinator: C. Bobas

    Modern Greek is offered in the Department and a certificate is awarded. Other languages are also offered, including Chinese, Hungarian, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, Vietnamese, Spanish, and others.
    Coordinator for Modern Greek: C. Bobas. Other faculty: Martha Voyatzi.

  • fr France | Universities

    Université de Franche-Comté Besançon

    UFR Lettres et Sciences Humaines |

    30-32 rue Mégevand
    25000 Besançon
    Tel.: +33 381 612166
    Fax: +33 381 665036

    Coordinator: Giorgos Tirologos

    Modern Greek courses are offered for the first two years of study. All foreign languages are offered as part of Unités Transversales. Beginning with the academic year 2008-2009, students will have the opportunity to continue their studies in Modern Greek for the Master degree.
    Faculty: Giorgos Tirologos.

  • fr France | Universities

    Université de Haute Bretagne (Rennes II)

    Département Multi Langues, Section Grec moderne |

    6 Ave. Gaston Berger
    CS 24307-35043 Rennes Cedex
    Tel.: + 33 2 99 14 17 29
    Fax: + 33 2 99 14 16 05

    The Languages Department (Multi-Langues) offers language courses (English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Modern Greek). The Modern Greek section was founded in 1989 and is the only established Modern Greek Chair in Bretagne. Special emphasis is placed on the teaching of the culture and history of these countries.
    All students may study one of these languages regardless of their main field of study. They may study the language at beginners’ or intermediate level or even study the history and culture of a country. Modern Greek is also offered in the FLE (French language teaching) department for a semester. It is an introductory course in comparative linguistics and is offered to students who will work as teachers of French as a foreign language.
    After three years of study a Diploma is awarded (Diplôme d'Etudes en Langues).
    Coordinator for Modern Greek: Dimitrios Carpouzis.

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