Summer Schools


The Summer Schools are organized by the University of Crete and take place in both the University campuses of Rethymnon and Heraklion.

The UoC Summer Schools provide the students an opportunity to experience excellence in research and teaching in a variety of disciplines: Ancient Greek History, Archaeology, as well as Life Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Education, Chemistry, Medicine, Business and Social Sciences.

Moreover summer schools offer the opportunity to combine educational courses with inspiring social activities, explore the Minoan and the modern Cretan civilizations, discover the spectacular scenery of Crete and  join local cultural events .

Summer Schools 2019

Summer School on Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility , 23-28 September , The American College of Greece, Athens.


Βιωματική Εκπαίδευση, Κοινοτική Εργασία και Πολιτικές Κοινωνικής Ένταξης

17-19 May 2019, Anogia

2nd Summer School «Mathematical Adventures Summer Camp “ 2-5-July, , Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Dept., University Campus, Heraklion.


1st Summer School: Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (WiSTEM2019)_1-July 2019 , Computer Science Dept, Heraklion


Compassionate Technologies Foundations and Practicum, 17-31 July 2019, University of Southern California and University of Crete, Dept. of Social Medicine, Clinic of Social Medicine, Heraklion


Care and Use of Laboratory Animals: mice, rats and zebrafish 27 May-5 June 2019, Dept. of Biology, Heraklion


14th Summer School on Economics and Econometrics, 21-27 July 2019,   Dept. Of Economics, University Campus, Rethymnon.


5ο summer School on : Νέες Τεχνολογίες, Θεατρικό Παιγνίδι και Εφαρμογές Επαυξημένης πραγματικότητας στην Εκπαίδευση 2-10 July 2019, Dept of Primary Education, Chania


3rd Crete Summer School of Linguistics   13-27 July 2019, Dept. Of Philology, Linguistics, University Campus




Modern Greek Language Program – Modern Greek Summer Course




Modern Greek Language Program – Modern

Greek Summer Course

Name of the academic/scientific responsible


Ioanna Kappa, Professor of Linguistics



Philology (Laboratory of Linguistics)


Subject: (~20 word summary)


Teaching of Modern Greek to non-native





6th – 31st July 2020



Rethimno, Gallos University Campus,

Department of Philology

Summer School website link


Programme (as pdf/word doc attachment)



Classes:  four weeks, from Monday to Friday

09-13.00 (total: 80 teaching hours)


Ref/list lecturers/non-UoC lecturers




Y. Kostopoulos PhD

M. Papahatzaki MA

M. Poulopoulou PhD


Funding: (Grant body &/or fees – specify fee rates)

Tuition Fees (450 €)


Attendance (# & breakdown by nationality/residence)


Maximum 30, mostly EU residents


ECTS / other recognized qualification




Participant Evaluation undertaken (yes/no).




Future (e.g. annual event; one-off; 3-part series??)


Annual, Ongoing

Any other comments






Last update 29/01/2020