Admission & Fees

Application Procedure

Applicants must be University graduates or current graduate students. Participants are selected according to the following criteria:

– Educational Background (Years of study, Area of Study)
– Statement of Purpose
– Level of English

The application process for the Summer School is carried out online and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The following documents will also be required as a part of the application:

– Personal CV (to be uploaded as a pdf or word document)
– Statement of purpose (maximum of 400 words)

Once submitted, the admissions team will review your application and contact you (within 10 days) to inform you on whether you are eligible for the program. If you are eligible for enrolment, you will be informed on payment procedure and deadlines. A place in the course will be reserved for you, once we receive final payment of tuition fees.

All applications must be submitted before May 20th 2017. Since places are limited, you are advised to apply as soon as possible.

Those admitted to the Summer School are expected to participate fully in the program by attending all classes, lectures and social events (included in the fees of the program).

Program Cost

The program fee amounts to 1.100 EUR and covers the following expenses:

– access to all course lectures
– reading materials
– certificate of completion and official transcripts
– welcome Dinner (Saturday, 10 June 2017), 2 Coffee breaks per day (Monday, 12 June to Friday, 16 June), light lunches (Sunday, 11 June to Saturday, 17 June) and Farewell Dinner (Friday, 16 June)
– access and transportation to all social and business trips and tickets for all archaeological site visits included in the program
– application and organizational fees
– one day trip to the island of Aegina

Students are responsible for:

– their travel to Athens
– travel to and from the course
– their accommodation
– meals that are not mentioned above
– health insurance
– other personal expenses

The individual deadlines for the receipt of payment will be stated in the official letter of acceptance. The final deadline for receiving payments is 31st May 2017.

Please click below and read carefully our TERMS AND CONDITIONS.


Full payment of the course fees must be received prior to commencement of the course by the specified date. Your place on the course is not guaranteed until full payment is received.
Fees should be paid via bank transfer. Please wait for notification.
Please note that the course has minimum attendance level and may be cancelled if too few bookings are received.
We also reserve the right to: amend or cancel lectures, change course location, substitute lecturers and tutors. If a course is cancelled, we will provide you at least two weeks notice. Refunds can take up to three weeks to clear. We will not be liable for any losses (including, but not limited to, travel and accommodation costs) resulting from any modification or cancellation of courses.
If you wish to cancel your place in the course, your request should be made in writing (via letter or email). If written cancellation is received two weeks or more prior to the course start date, you will be entitled to a full refund. Cancellation requests after this time will not be considered for a refund.
Non-attendance of classes due to illness or for personal or professional reasons does not provide the right to refunds. However, in such an event, we will consider all the circumstances and take appropriate action that we consider to be fair and reasonable.
All participants travelling from overseas are responsible for securing any visa required and should have their own travel/medical insurance. We recommend you contact the Embassy in your own country to check visa requirements before you book your course. If you cannot attend a course because you have not obtained a visa to enter Greece, no refund will be offered.
We shall not be liable for any failure or delay in the performance, in whole or part, of any or our obligations arising from or attributable to acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond our reasonable control including, but not limited to strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving our workforce or the workforce of any other party), acts of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, storm, pandemics, epidemics or other outbreaks of disease or infection, failure in the public supply of electricity, heating, lighting, air conditioning or telecommunications equipment.
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