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Left: Professor Christine Ingebritsen and students pose in Athens on our 2010 program
Hellenic Studies offers study-abroad programs for students interested in expanding their cultural knowledge and awareness of the rich artistic and intellectual legacy of Greece, while also enhancing their intellectual curiosity and facilitating their development as citizens of the world.
Ioannina, Spring Quarter:
|Above: Students on the 2013 Ioannina program line up at the starting line of the ancient Olympics|
The goals of the Ioannina program are:
Students receive 15 credits for their quarter of study abroad, the normal load for each quarter at the University of Washington. To fulfill the goals, the credits are allocated equally for Modern Greek language study (5 credits), a course in a particular aspect of Greek culture (5 credits), and a course (5 credits) examining current national and international issues. Short excursions are made through the term to important sites and the final week consists of a final tour to more distant sites, ending in Athens.
For more information or to apply, visit the program website here.
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