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  • ie Ireland | Exam Centers

    Embassy of Greece in Dublin |

    1 Upper Pembroke Street,
    Dublin 2
    tel.: 00353 1 6767254
    00353 873876480 (secretariat)
    fax: 00353 1 6618892

    Mrs Myrto Tsaprazi

  • ie Ireland | Universities

    The Queen's University of Belfast

    Institute of Byzantine Studies |

    5-6 University Square
    Belfast BT7 1NN
    Northern Ireland
    Tel.: +44 028 90273817
    Fax: +44 028 90335274

    Coordinator: Margaret Mullett

    Byzantine letters have been studied at the University of Belfast for 25 years. The Institute of Byzantine Studies was founded in 2000. The Institute constitutes a friendly and supportive environment for its students.
    Courses on Modern Greek literature and aspects of Greek civilization are also offered. Evening classes are also provided. Faculty and student research fields include: monastery texts, Byzantine studies with the help of computers, military history, etc. Faculty from other departments interested in the Middle Ages are welcome to participate in the Institute’s research projects. Postgraduate studies are also offered.
    A rich library with publications of Modern Greek and Byzantine interest, some of which have been donated by Onassis, is available.
    Educational trips to selected universities and organizations in Greece are organized every year during the academic year or during the summer.
    Ms Margaret Mullett is responsible.
    Faculty: Anthony Hirst, Robert Jordan, Jeffrey Anderson, John Wortley, Rosemary Morris, Lyn Rodley, Derek Beatie, Dion Smythe, Dirk Krausmüller, Varvara Papadimitropoulou, Mark Jackson, Bente Bjørnholt, Alison Noble, Stephen McCotter, Barbara Crostini Lappin, Evaggeli Skaka, Marie George, Catherine McColgan, Konstantinos Zafeiris, Lamprini Papathanasiou.

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