TEHRAN.(Iranart) - A rmenian School of Languages is organizing a Persian Language Summer School in collaboration with the research and educational institute of ARMACAD.
ARMACAD is a platform for students, scholars, scientists and parents to search and find scholarships, grants, conferences, summer schools, training, seminars and other study opportunities worldwide.
Armenian School of Languages and ARMACAD are based in Yeravan. They have scheduled two programs for the upcoming Persian language course. One is a 6-week program from July 8 to August 18 and the other a three-week course from July 29 to August 18.
Both courses will teach written and oral modern and colloquial Persian. Also included are cultural tours and reading sessions where texts will be interpreted, according to the ARMACAD website.
The program is planned to be held at the Temple of Garni, a Greco-Roman edifice in the village of Garni, east of Yerevan. The temple is said to have been built on the orders of Tiridates I of Armenia (28-88 AD), founder of Arsacid dynasty of Armenia.
Eligible students should be at least 18 years old. Lectures, seminars and presentations are part of the courses. Lectures are planned twice a week on linguistics, literary and historical subjects.
The lectures are organized according to the academic interests of the participants to ensure that BA, MA and PhD students as well as professors involved in Iranian Studies and relevant fields can benefit from the program.
Participation fee is $3,590 for the 6-week course and $1,790 for the 3-week one. Applications should be made latest by April 20.