Summer Schools

We are excited to offer a series of intensive immersive online summer classes. The classes will take place from 12th to 23rd July 2021 for beginner through intermediate Latin and beginner through intermediate Ancient Greek. From 26th July to 6th August, we will be running a course in Advanced Latin. The classes will be running for 2 hours every working day for a total of 20 hours of tuition per course. They will be taught by experienced tutors in groups of at most 6 students. The cost of the course is £450. There will be scholarships available. Applications are open until 31st May. You will be informed of the decision during the first week of June and, if your application has been successful, you will be asked to pay the deposit to confirm your place.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at committee@oxfordlatinitas.org if you have any questions. We are also always happy to discuss partnerships and sponsorships, to make our course accessible for the best and brightest.

See below for further details and testimonies or click the button to sign up straightaway.

 Details of classes

I. Greek Track: There will be two levels for the Greek track: beginner and intermediate. The beginner course is aimed at complete beginners to Ancient Greek. The intermediate course is oriented at people with some prior knowledge of Greek grammar. These courses will be taught primarily in Ancient Greek.

II. Latin Track: We will offer several groups of Latin classes, suited for a variety of backgrounds and experiences. The tabula rasa group will start from the very beginning and move on to discussing simple texts in Latin. The beginner group will revise spoken familiarity with simple grammatical concepts and progress through simple to intermediate texts. The groups will be following Hans Ørberg’s LLPSI series. The intermediate group will revise spoken familiarity with more complex grammatical concepts and develop the ability to discuss classical texts in Latin. The most advanced group, which will only meet two wee week after the other three, will be reading and discussing classical texts. These courses will be taught primarily in Latin.