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Medieval Greek Summer Session at the Gennadius Library

The program is offered at the intermediate level, and will be geared to twelve qualified students enrolled in a graduate program in any field of late antique, post-antique, Byzantine or medieval studies at any university worldwide. A minimum of two years of college level Classical Greek (or the equivalent) is required. If there are available slots, college professors in any university worldwide, who have no access to the instruction of Medieval Greek in their home institutions, may also be considered.  A diagnostic test (available electronically) may be administered to finalists before the final selection of students is made.

For more information on the Medieval Greek Summer Session at the Gennadius Library.


  • Submit the application form online by January 15, 2019. Link to online application: 
  • College professors and Ph.D.s should be prepared to attach a copy of their curriculum vitae (saved as pdf) to the application form.
  • Students are required to submit academic transcripts, scanned from the originals issued to the candidate in legible pdf form, as part of the online application.
  • ​Names and contact information for two people (your academic advisor and Greek language teacher) who are willing to write recommendation letters.
  • Application fee of $25. Payment will be accepted by credit card, e-check, or bank transfer. Further instructions are provided on the online application.