ACT-SEESOX Summer Module
The ACT-SEESOX Summer Module is an integral part of the Summer '12 session courses at the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT). The Module is the result of a unique collaboration between South Εast European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX) at St Antony's College, University of Oxford and the Michael and Kitty Dukakis Center for Public and Humanitarian Service at ACT.
Module courses are designed and taught by internationally acclaimed Oxford and ACT scholars and aim to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the complex political and social structures of the European Union and particularly of South Εast Europe. Scholarship aid is available for qualified students. Eligibility criteria include: junior or senior standing; academic major in history, politics, international relations, or some related academic field; and good academic standing (GPA: 3.2).
Exclusively for the Summer 2012 session study abroad students will have an opportunity to take a six-credit option of the ACT-SEESOX Module, which will consist of a core of lectures and discussion sessions, a mini-conference on the Eurozone crisis in the periphery of the EU, and a series of tutorial sessions with leading scholars from Oxford.