CERTIFICATE IN ANCIENT GREEK FLUENCY

This program offers undergraduate and graduate students, teachers and academics from any field the possibility of mastering the most important languages of Antiquity. Students will be able to cover all the levels of the language of choice from a total beginner's level to acquire reading, writing, and speaking proficiency, with the option to take additional theoretical and practical courses closely linked to the target language’s cultural milieu.

The application form is available here. Details on scholarships can be found here

FIRST YEAR: 2020-2021

Mandatory Language Courses*                      ECTS (per course) 

Ancient Greek I+II (intensive)

Ancient Greek III

Ancient Greek IV

Greek Lunches (Symposia) 1

Greek Lunches (Symposia) 2

Greek Readings**

Greek Readings **

12.0

6.0

6.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

Mandatory Theoretical & Practical Courses      ECTS (per course)

Critical Apparatus

Greek Paleography

Patristic Sources

Patristic Sources (readings)

Translation Theory (in A. Greek)

1.5

1.5

1.0

0.5

1.5

SECOND YEAR: 2021-2022

Mandatory Language Courses*                      ECTS (per course) 

Ancient Greek V

Ancient Greek VI

Ancient Greek VII

Ancient Greek VIII

Greek Lunches (Symposia) 3

Greek Lunches (Symposia) 4

Greek Readings**

Greek Readings **

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

Mandatory Theoretical & Practical Courses      ECTS (per course)

History of Writing Systems (in A. Greek)

Greek Philology

Speech in Ancient Greek

1.5

1.5

6.0

ELECTIVE COURSES*

Courses                                                                ECTS (per course)

Courses                                                                             ECTS (per course)

Biblical Hebrew (I, II)

Biblical Hebrew (III, IV, V)

Biblical Hebrew Readings

Bohairic Coptic (I, II) 

Latin (I, II)

Latin (III, IV)

Classical Syriac

 10.0

  6.0

  3.0

  3.0

  8.0

  6.0

  5.0

Lexicon, Code, and Interaction

Syntax of Natural Languages

Rabbinic and Early Christian Literature

Seven Seals (Taught in A. Greek)

Issues in Teaching Ancient Languages (Emphasis Track)

Teaching Workshops (Emphasis Track)

Assistant Teaching (Emphasis Track)

The Notion of God According to the Tanakh, Christian Bible and Qur'an

Applied Philology Seminar 1: Practicum

Applied Philology Seminar 2: Practicum

Applied Philology Seminar 3-6: Practicum (3, 4, 5, 6)

Seminar Paper

2.0

2.0

1.5

4.0

1.5

3.0

3.0

1.0

1.0

1.5

10.0

10.0

*Students with no prior knowledge of the target language must start with Level I. Students with prior knowledge must complete a written and oral placement test and receive a grade in order to validate a level. More information about the levels offered here

**Students should choose from the courses offered. Each course is 3 ECTS. 

***Electives can be chosen without extra fees. Elective registrations outside of this amount will be subject to the regular course fee as listed in the Administrative Office.  Elective courses are subject to change.

Mandatory Courses

Electives***

Total required ECTS:

  86.5

  60.0

 146.5

This program entitles the student to receive a Certificate in Ancient Greek Fluency from the Polis Institute

European Credit Transfer and Accumulation Sytem (ECTS)=Credits

1 ECTS=10 Academic Hours (not including Field Trips and Intensive Courses)

 

APPLICATION

Entry Requirements: A high school diploma or equivalent  is required. Students are expected to be fluent in English.

To apply for the Fluency Program, fill out the application form and send it to ravenel@polisjerusalem.org along with the required documents and application fee as listed on the form.

TUITION

The tuition fees amount to 26,000 NIS per annum. Registration for accepted students is accompanied by a registration fee of 3,000 NIS, which is part of the total tuition fee.

The payment can be made: 

 

1) By bank transfer or credit card (the whole amount is to be transferred before the beginning of the academic year)

2) By cash (the whole amount before the beginning of the year)

3) By three equal checks (deposited before the beginning of the year and dated October, 1, December, 1 and February, 1). 

Address:
8 HaAyin Het St.

9511208 Jerusalem.

info@polisjerusalem.org
Tel: +972 (0)74 7011048

Fax: +972(0)74 7021931