The School of Modern Greek Language was founded at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1970 and has been operating ever since under the supervision of the Faculty of Philosophy.
The School of Modern Greek Language offers courses in Greek language and culture to foreign students and also to students of Greek origin, who intend to study in Greek Educational Institutions, or wish, through the Greek language, to familiarize with Greece and its culture (ancient, byzantine and modern).
The minimum requirement for admission in the School is a secondary education certificate.
Furthermore, the School of Modern Greek Language offers special teacher training courses for teachers of Greek as a second/foreign language who teach foreign students and students of Greek origin.
Read more about the School of Modern Greek Language:
- Greek Language
- Greek Language History
- Greek Language Dialects
- Greek Language Gramma
- Learn Greek on the web
- English words of Greek origin
- Center for the Greek Language
- Greek Language Course in Crete
- School of Modern Greek Language,Patra
- School of Greek Language, Thessaloniki
- Scholarships for Modern Greek Language