1. Who is eligible to participate in the summer school?

  • The Program is open to Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD international students, as well as Greek English-speaking ones, with an interest in myth and its contemporary research and applications, and a study background in Humanities and Social Sciences, focusing on Classics, Folklore Studies, History and Cultural Studies.

2. When can I apply for my participation?

  • Application deadline is Sunday 17 March 2024 has been extended until Sunday 31 March 2024

3. Can I get credit from my participation in the summer school?

  • Yes, 10 ECTS. The recognition of ECTS depends on the home University of the students

4. Will I get a certificate of attendance?

  • Yes, all successful participants in the summer school program receive a certificate from the University of the Aegean.

5. Is there a refunding policy in place in case of program cancelation?

  • You will be asked to pay your tuition in full by the 5th of May 2024. If the program is cancelled for any reason,  your payment will be fully refunded.

6. Is there access to a hospital near the hotel/university? 

  • Yes, there are multiple public and private hospitals nearby. In Antiparos there is the community health center and private doctors.

 7. Do I need any documentation to come to Greece in order to participate in the Summer School? 

In order to travel to Greece to participate in the summer school a valid passport and identification card are needed. Moreover, depending on the nationality of the participating students, it may be required to obtain a visa for entering the country, even though for most countries visa is not required.  Visa requirements can be found on the website of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the following link


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