Greek (Online)

Timetable Michaelmas Term 2020

Information for non-members of the University is here. Course Pathway Stage* Part Duration Day and time of live session Date of first live session Date of final live session
ENROL General (Online) 1 1 Weeks 2-7 Wednesday 10:00 - 10:30 21 October 2020 25 November 2020
ENROL General (Online) 1 1 Weeks 2-7 Wednesday 11:00 - 11:30 21 October 2020 25 November 2020
ENROL General (Online) 2 1 Weeks 2-7 Thursday 10:00 - 10:30 22 October 2020 26 November 2020
*A Stage is made up of three Parts, usually Part 1 is Michaelmas term, Part 2 is Hilary term and Part 3 is Trinity term. However, in some instances we will run another Part 1 in Hilary term due to popularity, please check the timetable carefully. Please note, complete beginners (Stage 1) cannot join Parts 2 or 3 if they have not completed Part 1.

Fees, funding, enrolment and mode of delivery

If the course on which you would like to enrol is fully booked, please check the timetable to see if the same course is being offered at a different time (many of our courses have several iterations, each with a different day/time for the ‘live session’). In addition, we operate a first-come, first-served waiting list, simply click on the Join the Waiting List button alongside the course of your choice and we will email you if a space becomes available.  

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If you need to learn a language to support your studies, you can ask your college, department or faculty to sponsor you via our Priority Funding scheme. You'll need to seek permission from your tutor/supervisor, obtain the email address of the financial signatory in your college/department/faculty, and click on the link to the Priority Funding Application Form below. Priority Funding is not available for Fast Track courses. See our course handbook for more information.

APPLY FOR PRIORITY FUNDING

For Learners with an Oxford University SSO (Single Sign-On) simply click on the enrol button next to the class that you wish to join. 

For Learners without an Oxford University SSO, or who are not members of the University, please email admin@lang.ox.ac.uk with the following details:

  • Full name
  • Email address and phone number
  • The name of the course you wish to study (including Stage and Part)
  • The start date and time of the course
  • Your connection to Oxford University, if any (to determine course fee)

We will then provisionally enrol you onto the course and send you a link to the Oxford University Online Store for payment. Once payment is received we will confirm your place on the course. 

What happens after I enrol?

After enrolment you will receive an automated booking email to confirm your payment. From Week 1 you will be added to the course on Canvas (Oxford University's Virtual Learning Environment). You will receive an invitation to join Canvas, please accept it and follow the instructions for your course and make sure to go through your learning pathway before your first live session with your tutor. Course materials will be available a week before each live session. Please make sure that you read the course handbook for the course you wish to take with us as this contains more detailed information. 

We will be starting all our courses for 2020-21 through a flexible and inclusive mode of delivery, which will all be online. This will include small group live online conversation classes every week and online learning pathways for preparatory taught content, activities, and feedback - all using the University's Virtual Learning Environment, Canvas.

Having had the opportunity to learn from the experience and feedback from our learners and tutors in Trinity 2020, we are confident that this mode of delivery works well for our community of learners. It enables you to work at your own pace, have access to a complete set of learning materials beyond the life of the course to master and review - it also facilitates high quality feedback both of a generic and individual nature.

Pathways

We currently only run Dutch on the General pathway, please refer to the General course handbook for more information on this pathway.

GENERAL PATHWAY
  • Focus on communication and use of all four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking)
  • Term by term commitment 
  • Entry: first-come, first-served 
  • Fully funded option available with Priority funding scheme 
  • Certificates of attendance and completion available 
  • Taught in weeks 2-7 every term (part 1 in Michaelmas, part 2 in Hilary and part 3 in Trinity)
  • Number of live online sessions per week: 1 
  • Length of live online session: 30 minutes
  • Learning pathway including language instruction and guided learning: 1.5 - 2 hours per week 
  • Recommended self-study and practice time: 2 hours per week 

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Library shelfmark: GR

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Information about course textbooks can be found in the course handbook above.

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