Study Greek and Roman Civilization at Greek and Roman sites
Through CLCV 3400 Greek and Roman Studies Abroad, Classics students can learn about Ancient Civilizations while visiting actual ancient sites. Students prepare for their trip with study in the classroom at Carleton before going abroad. They then travel with Carleton professors and fellow students to Ancient sites, normally in the Mediterranean, but occasionally further afield in Europe.
In May 2015 there is a trip planned to Turkey and Greece.
Spend a Summer, a Semester, or a Year Abroad
Carleton’s International Student Services Office (ISSO) offers a full range of exchange programs
Greek and Roman Studies students can spend one or two semesters studying abroad on an exchange through Carleton’s International Student Services Office, normally transferring their credits back into their Carleton GRS degree.
Students who wish to immerse themselves in Classical culture while abroad should consider an exchange to one of Carleton’s partner institutions in Israel, Italy or Turkey, or alternately to a partner institution in Britain, France, Spain, or Germany and plan to travel extensively.
Here are blog posts from previous trips through CLCV 3400.
Monday, January 6, 2020
Learning in the Field
By Ellen Tsaprailis Photos by National Capital Commission (NCC) From observing the inner sanctums of the military and RCMP or making an impact on local communities to conducting archaeological digs continents away, there are myriad practical ways Carleton University students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) apply their course...
Friday, August 14, 2015
New-Student Archaeology Blog
This site contains the observations and reflections of Carleton University students undertaking archaeological fieldwork around the world in the summer of 2015. The students are gaining archaeological training and experience at field schools in a variety of different contexts and countries: Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Canada. Through the Greek...
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