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Faculty of Arts
UNB Fredericton

Back to Greece


May 10 - 30, 2020

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Arrival date: May 11
Departure date: May 30

The Greece 2020 travel study trip provides a three-week field-trip to Greece, which combines the study of central aspects of Greek antiquity with an experience of modern Hellenic society.

We visit both well known sites—such as, the Acropolis of Athens, the Stadium of Olympia, and the Oracle of Delphi—and a selection of important, but less-frequented sites (including some not yet open to the public). All of our classes will be held on-site, as we focus on Roman remains across southern Greece, and the art and architecture associated with Greek religious life.

Program fee: $4,125. Financial support through bursaries and travel awards is available to current students embarking on travel study. Contact for more information.

Excursions and visits

See the full trip itinerary for details of all visits and excursions.


Travel study participants are expected to participate in 2 courses on travel study. Participants not requiring university credit are welcome to audit these courses.

Choose from the following:

  • CLAS 3603 Art & Architecture of Ancient Greece
  • CLAS 3393 Greece in the Roman World

Trip details

The program will take place May 11 - 30, 2020.

  • Expected departure from Fredericton: Sunday, May 10, 2020
  • Expected arrival in Greece: May 10, 2020
  • Expected departure from Greece: May 30, 2020


Students will stay in 3- and 4-star tourist hotels


All breakfasts and most dinners included in program fees.

Important travel information

Travel arrangements are the responsibility of the individual participants. 

Do not purchase your plane tickets until you receive the confirmation from the Global Learning and Engagement Office that the program has reached a sufficient number of participants to run.

 At that time we will provide information concerning the group's standard itinerary for trans-Atlantic flights, and students may choose to follow this itinerary with the group, or make different arrangements which will allow them to arrive in Athens at mid-day, May 11.

Travel documentation: You are required to have a valid passport to complete the registration process for a travel study program. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the date you expect to return to Canada.

For more information regarding passports, see Passport Canada. Students are encouraged to apply for a passport as soon as possible to avoid any delays.

Visa requirements: If you are not a Canadian citizen, you are responsible to check with the consulate of the country you plan to visit and inquire about visa requirements.

Program fee includes:

  • 19 nights accommodation in tourist class hotels
  • breakfast daily
  • 14 dinners
  • land transportation in an air-conditioned coach to sites on the itinerary outside Athens
  • all transfers to and from airports and ferry terminals on itinerary
  • return ferry passage between Piraeus and Aegina
  • guided site inspections and directed museum study led by UNB Instructors
  • admission fees for all sites and museums visited as part of the course itinerary
  • all gratuities to hotel staff and coach drivers
  • hotel service charges, local government taxes, and hotel city taxes
  • UNB tuition for 6ch
  • one-year membership in the Canadian Institute in Greece
  • a celebration dinner at the conclusion of our trip

Program fee DOES NOT include:

  • air travel to and from Greece
  • travel and medical insurance
  • costs associated with travel outside the UNB Travel Study Programme
  • passport (and Visa)
  • textbooks
  • participation in events or excursions outside the course itinerary
  • two passport-size photos to be used on your CIG admission card
  • spending money for souvenirs, telephone calls, etc.
  • lunches daily (10-12 Euros per day) 

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