There are still a few spaces on the summer term short courses on Sparta, Imperialism in the Roman Republic, and Speeches in Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War. All courses are online and you can find out more here.

The Belfast Summer School will take place online from Monday 8th July until Friday 19th July with courses in Latin, Classical Greek, Modern Greek, and Egyptology.

The Summer School will also meet in-person for one week at Queen’s University Belfast from Monday 22nd July until Friday 26th July, with classes in Latin and Classical Greek, guest lectures and an optional outing to the Thermopylae Battlefield Garden in County Down.

For more information about the Summer School and to book your place, please click here: or email Helen McVeigh ([email protected]) off-list with any questions.

There is also a small number of bursaries for either the online or in-person summer school. There is no age limit to apply. Preference will be given to applicants who would not be otherwise able to attend. Please apply by email to Helen McVeigh at [email protected].