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Institutions offering courses in Modern Greek abroad and Examination Centers 


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  • it Italy |

  • cn China |

  • pl Poland

    Adam Mickiewicz University

    Wydzial Neofilologii |

    H. Wieniawskiego 1
    61-712 Poznań
    Tel.: +48 61 8294308
    Fax: +48 61 8294111

    Coordinator: Prof. Dr Krystyna Tuszyńska-Maciejewska

    The Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań commenced its function in 1919. It is now considered to be one of the best universities in Poland.
    The Modern Greek Philology Department is part of the Linguistics Institute which operates under the School of Foreign Literatures (Wydzial Neofilologii). It was founded in 2004-2005 with the initiative of Krystyna Tuszyńska-Maciejewska, aiming to promote the research on and teaching of matters of Greek interest.
    The Modern Greek language is offered at all levels. The courses last for 5 years; students acquire their B.A. after their 3rd year of study and their MA after their 5th year of study. All subjects are taught in Polish except for Modern Greek oral practice.
    Head of the Department is prof. dr. hab Krystyna Tuszyńska-Maciejewska (Greek literature).
    Staff: Dr. Krzysztof Stroński, Hanna Ciszek, Anastassia Xatziyannidi, Karolina Gortych.

  • de Germany

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

    Seminar für Klassische Philologie |

    Platz der Universität 3
    79085 Freiburg i. Br.
    Tel.: +49 761 203 3124
    Fax: +49 761 203 3126

    Coordinator: Mrs Tsikna-Hacker

    The Classical Philology Seminar was founded in 1830. Students have the choice to study Modern Greek (language and literature) apart from their mjor work in Greek and Latin philology. They may sit for the state exams if they wish to work as teachers or obtain the Magister degree.
    The Seminar also offers postgraduate studies.
    Faculty: Maria Tsikna-Hacker.

  • de Germany

    Bayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

    Philosophische Fakultät I, Institut für Klassische Philologie |

    Residenzplatz 2
    97070 Würzburg
    Tel.: +49-(0)931-31-8-2823
    Fax: +49-(0)931-31-8-2419

    Coordinator: Maria Gennimata

    Modern Greek courses are offered at the Institut.
    Faculty: Maria Gennimata.

  • tr Turkey

    Boğaziçi University

    Faculty of Arts and Sciences

    Bebek 80815
    Tel.: +90 212 359 6606
    Fax: +90 212 287 2470

    Coordinator: Chrissi Sidiropoulou

    The University of the Bosporus is the evolution of Robert College, the historic American university founded in Constantinople in 1863. Anna Stavrakopoulou was the first to teach Ancient Greek in the Department of Western Languages and Literatures (1995-1996) with the support of the Alexandros Onassis Foundation. In 1997, Chrissi Sidiropoulou began teaching Modern Greek as part of the official study program. She also teaches Ancient Greek Philosophy in the Philosophy Department. This way a three-fold study program of Greek education (Ancient Greek language, Ancient Greek philosophy, Modern Greek language) has laid the foundations for the cultivation and enhancement of interest in Greek letters.
    The Byzantinist Kostis Smirlis was appointed to the University during the academic year 2002-2003 and has promoted a postgraduate course of Byzantine history in the Department of History. Kostis Smirlis teaches Byzantine History in undergraduage and postgraduate courses as well as Ancient Greek.
    The Department of Western Languages and Literatures offers six elective beginners courses in Ancient Greek and six courses in Modern Greek. Ancient Greek is a compulsory course for students of Byzantine history.

  • us United States

    Boston College

    Department of Classical Studies |

    Carney Hall 122
    Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
    Tel.: +1 617 552 3661
    Fax: +1 617 552 8828

    Coordinator: Dia M. L. Philippides

    The Department of Classical Studies is a small department employing a very active faculty of four teachers. Students have the opportunity to study in Greece or Italy as well as take part in archaeological excavations during the summer.
    Courses are provided in Greek and English. There are also courses in Modern Greek for students at beginners and intermediate level.
    All courses lead to the Language Requirement degree.
    Faculty: Dia M.L. Philippides, Maria Kakavas.

  • us United States

    Boston University

    Department of Classical Studies |

    745 Commonwealth Ave.
    Boston, MA 02215
    Tel.: +1 617 353 2427
    Fax: +1 617 353 1610

    The Department of Classical Studies offers a degree in classics in the following: Latin, Ancient and Modern Greek; Ancient Greek and Roman history, language, literature and culture. Students are generally encouraged to combine the study of classical civilization with that of contemporary European reality. For this reason students have the opportunity to combine subjects within the field of classical philology as well as subjects from other departments.
    Faculty: Kelly Polychroniou.

  • ca Canada

    Brandon University

    Faculty of Education |

    270-18th Street
    Brandon, Manitoba
    Canada R7A 6A9
    Tel./Fax: +1 204 727 -7325

    Pandelis G. Halamandaris

    Modern Greek courses have stopped being offered since 2007.

  • us United States

    Brown University

    Modern Greek Department |

    Modern Greek Department
    Box E
    Brown University
    Providence, RI 02912-E
    Tel.: +1 401 863 3543

    The Modern Greek Studies Program is committed to offering instruction in four basic areas: Greek language, literature, history, and anthropology from the age of the Enlightenment to the present. Its aim is to present modern Greek civilization in the context of European history and culture, and more generally that of the modern world. The program aims to integrate Greek culture into several subject areas and make it accessible to students of diverse backgrounds and interests.
    Courses in modern Greek language were first offered in the early 1970s at Brown. In its present form, the program was launched in 1995 through a generous bequest from the estate of Mrs. Ethel Goltsos, a prominent Greek-American from Rhode Island. This bequest, with the additional support of a number of Brown donors, led to the establishment of an endowment for instruction in Modern Greek subject areas. In 2002, the Goltsos Lectureship in Modern Greek language was officially created.
    Modern Greek Studies offers a variety of courses each semester. There are seven semesters of language teaching, as well as courses in comparative literature, Byzantine Literature and history.
    Faculty: E. Amanatidou, M. Pourgouris, K. Kornetis, Eustraios Pappaioannou.

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