Fees and Registation
How to apply
To be considered for admission, you have to submit your application via e-mail to
the Program Coordinator, Nadia Karakosta: email@example.com
- The application deadline is May 20, 2017.
- Approx. 30 students will be admitted to the 2017 Summer Seminar.
- Applicants admitted to the program are expected to participate fully, which means attending all classes and lectures. All outdoor activities are optional.
- A very good level of English is essential for successful participation in the summer seminar.
- Please note: Early Birds Fellowship (-20%) available (for registration by 15 March 2017).
The application e-mail should contain:
- Your CV (in English language).
- A brief letter of motivation explaining your interest in the summer seminar.
Reception of your application will be confirmed as soon as possible by the Program Coordinator.
- Decisions on admission will be announced to applicants within ten working days from the application date.
- After the application deadline, admitted participants will be informed and asked to pay their respective tuition fees in 10 days.
- The possibility of a second round acceptance occurs in case of previously admitted participants’ inability to come or to fulfil their financial duties.
Criteria for decisions on admission
- Your interest in the topic of the summer seminar (your field of study at the university, jobs and internships, volunteering, other summer schools, etc.).
- Your year of study (more advanced students are being preferred).
- Intercultural competence (knowledge of foreign languages, experience of living, studying or working abroad, etc.).
Fees and Cost
The tuition fee is 500 euros (excluding accommodation).
This price includes:
- Tuition (all lectures as mentioned in the program).
- Fieldwork activities (as mentioned in the program), excluding museum tickets.
- Weekend: two nights at the Kalandra Camping place (Halkidiki), including transportation but not lunches.
- Reading materials (an on-line version will be at your disposal after enrolling).
- Coffee during the working hours and daily lunches during all working days at the university restaurant’s ground (student) hall.
- Access to the University Library.
- Max. 35 attendants.
Discounts and fellowships are available for:
- Charles University, Aristotle University and Princeton University students and alumni (-20%).
- A number of fellowships (partial waiving of tuition fees) is available based upon merit and financial need. A separate application is required.
- 20%: early bird (for registration by 15 March 2017).
Please note that payments are not re-fundable!