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  • Locations: Athens, Greece; Chios, Greece; Lesvos, Greece
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Area of Study: International Studies Language of Instruction: English
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Program Description:
Summer Study in Europe
Greece 1

Athens, Greece
Lesvos, Greece
Chios, Greece

May 26 - June 10, 2020

INTS 280 Summer Study Europe; 4 credits
F8, F11

Program Description:
The course theme focuses on studying in situ Europe’s twin crises: the economic and the refugee crises. To gain a better understanding of the complexities of current conditions in European countries and the particular political, economic, and social challenges they pose, students will attend briefings and lectures by policy makers and economic and NGO leaders on topics related to the causes, processes, and consequences that may contribute to Greece’s exit from the EU (Grexit). In addition, students will be exposed to the effects of the current refugee crisis (Migrexit) and the complexities and politics involved in addressing it. Throughout the course, material will be presented comparatively by making references to similar issues in the United States with an eye toward enhancing student comprehension of what democracy entails in Europe and the United States.

Eligibility requirements:
Minimum GPA 2.5 and good academic and social standing.

Program Fee:
$2,200: This cost covers accommodation in Greece, all transportation between islands, urban and to/from airport transportation, cultural excursion to Delphi and a visit to the Acropolis museum, and some food (1 meal per day in Greece as well as welcome and farewell dinners).

To create a more affordable and inclusive experience, the International Studies Department has generously subsidized the cost of the trip for every student enrolled in the class, regardless of major. The subsidy has been made possible by a generous gift from the Buckman Family.

Professor Nikolaos Zahariadis

Need-Based Scholarship Applicants:
  • Apply Here
  • Summer Scholarship Process:Students with need are urged to apply early, before the Summer Scholarship Application closes on December 15.
  • Need based award amounts will vary, based on each student's individual FAFSA report. Some awards may cover as much as 100% of the program cost, though most applicants will receive less than that.
  • Students choosing to withdraw their Off-Campus Study Application for a Rhodes Summer Program* must do so BY JANUARY15. Following January 15, Rhodes′ "Program Fees and Billing" Policy, and Rhodes′ "Cancellation and Refund" Policy will apply. Follow this link to review our Policies.

This program is currently not accepting applications.