Foreign Study

Both the Greek and Roman programs are unique in American undergraduate education and have been singled out for special praise in external reviews of Dartmouth's Classics Department by committees of distinguished scholars.

Foreign Study Programs

Dartmouth's foreign study programs in Classics provide a unique opportunity for students to spend fully credited terms abroad in Greece (spring) and Italy (fall) studying the history, archaeology, art and architecture of these countries in their original setting. Students interested in participating in the foreign study programs should contact the faculty associated with the programs as outlined in the Greece and Rome portions of the Off-Campus Programs website. Students must apply online to participate in any of Dartmouth’s foreign study programs.

The department also advises students on opportunities for archaeological fieldwork in the summer, whether or not such fieldwork will immediately precede or follow participation in one of the department’s own off-campus programs.

VIDEO: Foreign Study Programs