Macquarie Greek Studies Foundation confirms Modern Greek Studies Major to be reinstated

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The Macquarie Greek Studies Foundation have announced this morning that Modern Greek Studies Major and Diploma programs will be offered again from 2022.

The Faculty’s recommendation to reinstate Modern Greek as Major and Diploma offerings was supported by the University’s Executive Group. The Faculty of Arts team will now be working on implementing the necessary formalities to activate these offerings for 2022.

Thus, from the academic year 2022, Macquarie University students or cross-institutional students will be able to study Modern Greek as a Major, Minor, Diploma, elective or non-award, on-campus in the new language labs or fully online.

Enrolments for 2022 are expected to start later this year. For more information, you can contact Dr Patricia Koromvokis, Head of Modern Greek Studies Macquarie University on: patricia.koromvokis@mq.edu.au.

The Committee of the Foundation would like to take this opportunity and express its gratitude to the Executive Leadership Team of the Faculty of Arts, the students association MUGA, the media, the Greek community Organisations, all the individuals, the Consulate General of Greece in Sydney and the Consulate General of Greece Education Office in Melbourne for the immense and ongoing moral and financial support.

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