RU Maymester in Greece May 14 – 26, 2014
(Dates may vary by a day or two)
Radford University's summer program in Greece offers a unique opportunity to earn three credit hours in this historic and vibrant Mediterranean land. This program is for all majors (and if you are not an RU student, credits can be transferred to most institutions). There are no prerequisites. Knowledge of Greek is not required.
Students can take one of several courses:
CVPA 266-01 Travel Study in Visual & Performing Arts
Fulfills Core Curriculum credit in Visual & Performing Arts & in Global Perspectives
ART 366-01 Art History Travel Study
Counts toward art history requirement for art majors
ART 666-01 Graduate Art History Travel Study
Counts toward art history requirement for MFA students
The program includes visiting the major sites in the Greek. Places we’ll visit include Athens, Olympia, Delphi, Corinth, Mycenae, and Meteora, with a possible day trip to the island of Aegina.
Basic Program Cost: $2989 (subject to change depending upon exchange rate and air fare). Includes airfare to Greece, lodging, breakfast, museum & archaeological site entry fees, transportation between airport and hotel (for those flying with the group), field trip travel, textbook and International Student I.D. card.
Other costs: Tuition for 3 credit hours, lunch/dinner ($400*), tips ($27*), and passport ($130).
[* = Estimated cost.] Financial aid recipients may apply their aid to this program.
Total Cost is approximately $4993 for In-State undergraduate students who need a passport. Non Radford University students can easily enroll as Special Status Non-Degree Seeking students by completing a short application form and paying a $50 application fee.
For more information, click here to download the information flyer. You may contact Steve Arbury at (540) 831-5921 or e-mail at email@example.com