The Department does not currently offer its own study abroad opportunities. There are, however, a large variety of opportunities open to all U of T students. For many of these programs, it is possible to get credit towards your U of T degree requirements.
- The Centro or the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome provides undergraduate students the opportunity to study classical antiquity on-site.
- American School of Classical Studies (ASCSA) These six-week summer sessions (two per summer) familiarize you with the major historical and archaeological sites and museums of Greece. Each year two different faculty members lead these summer sessions. Before applying, students should meet with the departmental representative to the ASCSA, Professor Lytle.
- Cost: $4,500 + flight and incidental expenses.
- Application: brief form, 3 letters of recommendation, $25 fee.
- Financial aid: the ASCSA provides limited financial aid.
- College Year in Athens (CYA) is a non-profit educational institution that has been acting as a cultural and educational bridge between the U.S. and Greece for over half a century. They offer semester, academic year, summer and winter study abroad programs that embrace the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, institutions, monuments, and landscapes of Greece and the Mediterranean.
- Archaeological Institute of America database: the AIA has a database for fieldwork opportunities in archaeology all over the world.
- The Archaeology Centre at the University of Toronto: there are opportunities for University of Toronto students to participate in archaeological field schools through the Archaeology Centre, including field schools in the Mediterranean.
There are a number of places that will provide financial support for students engaging in archaeological fieldwork.