Summer 2023 Programs
PAIDEIA 2023 SUMMER PROGRAMS IN GREECE
LANGUAGE, CULTURE, HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, MARINE STUDIES
PAIDEIA 2024 summer programs are offered in Rhodes with trips to Thessaloniki, Dion, Aiani-Kozani,
Sparta, Delphi in Classical & Modern Greek, Culture, History, Archaeology, Art History, Environmental and
The program includes various summer concerts, visits to Archaeological sites and monuments of Greece
depending on student interest and courses offered. The program includes a number of excursions to
museums, galleries, Byzantine churches and theaters. Some past destinations with guided field trips have
included Kozani, Aiani, Pella, Vergina, Meteora, Nemea, Mycenae, Delphi, Athens, Thermopylae, Chaeronea,
Epidauros, Nafplion, Sparta, Olympia, Patra, Corinth, Crete, Kos, Symi, Santorini.
Paideia Scholarships: Paideia allocates scholarship grants in the range of $100-$700 to encourage and
help summer students for studies in Greece. Summer students with a GPA of 3.7 or higher at the time of
application automatically receive a $150 US reduction against their tuition fees.
The courses are intensive for periods of three weeks.
Students will live at a hotel or rental apartments in walking distance from the classrooms. Rhodes and Thessaloniki students take the evening meal at school cafeteria or restaurant until June 30. Students in Rhodes and other regions of Greece in July take dinner at a school cafeteria or restaurant seven days a week. Rhodes and Thessaloniki students during May and June have option for lunch at the University cafeteria with a scholarship.
Eligibility: It is preferable that students have a grade point average of 2.5 GPA.
Credits: 4 semester hours for Greek language courses and 3 semester hours for history, archaeology and other courses.
Cost: The program fee is $2,500 for one course. For two the cost is $1,200 for the second course during the same period, which includes orientation, tuition, housing, meal(dinner), cultural activities, local excursions and field trips. For the class with a study tour around Greece the cost is $3,500. Part of this year’s program cost for each participant are defrayed through Paideia’s scholarship support. This scholarship is reflected in the program fee. This does not include the International Student Identity Card, and a nonrefundable fees for application and registration through the University of Connecticut or other Paideia affiliated Universities.
Additional estimated costs include $1,500 for round-trip airfare, $50.00 study abroad insurance coverage
per month, $1,000 for personal expenses and about $100 for textbooks. For more information and course
outlines you can contact:
Paideia Study Abroad Programs in Greece
Center for Hellenic Studies Paideia
28 Dog Lane, P.O. Box 818
Storrs, CT 06268-0818
Tel: (860)906-8458 cell
PAIDEIA COURSE REGISTRATION FORM – SUMMER 2024 *
Students can sign for 1, 2, 3 or 4 courses for 2, 3, 6 or 9 weeks.
1. ____________ ELEMENTARY MODERN GREEK I
Rhodes, May 12 to June 1. Four credits
Rhodes June 2 to June 22. Four credits
2. ____________ ELEMENTARY MODERN GREEK II
Rhodes May 12 to June 1. Four credits
Rhodes June 2 to June 22 Four credits
3. ____________ HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT GREECE
Rhodes May 12 to June 1. Three credits
4. ____________ INTERMEDIATE MODERN GREEK I
Rhodes, June 2 to June 22. Four credits
5. ____________ ANCIENT GREEK I
Rhodes, May 12 to June 1. Three credits
6. ____________ LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF GREECE(3 weeks) 3 credits
Rhodes, Study Tour around Greece 5/15, 6/4, 6/24
7. ____________ GREEK MYTHOLOGY
Rhodes, 5/12 to 6/1. Three credits
8. ____________ BYZANTINE ART HISTORY
Rhodes, May 12 to June 1. Three Credits
9. ____________ TOPICS IN AEGEAN GREEK AND ROMAN ART
Rhodes, May 12 to June 1. 3 credits
10. ____________ OFF-CAMPUS STUDIES IN ART HISTORY
Study Tour around Greece on 5/15, 6/4, 6/24 1 credits
12. ____________ INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING
Rhodes, May 19 to June 8. Three credits
13.____________ THE LAW OF ANCIENT ATHENS
Rhodes, June 2 to June 22. Three credits
14. ____________ Greek Food and Film: The Mediterranean Diet.
Rhodes, June 2 to June 22. Three credits
* The dates for each class can change depending of the students interest.