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Improve Your Latin: Latin Immersion Courses this year

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Note! Due to the cur­rent glob­al sit­u­a­tion, make sure to con­tact the schools to find out if online cours­es are avail­able instead.

One of the best ways to improve your Latin or Ancient Greek is to attend an immer­sion course. Every year, schools and uni­ver­si­ties arrange immer­sion pro­grams in Latin and Greek, where you spend usu­al­ly spend all day in the language.

As a Latin teacher, I have seen first­hand the sig­nif­i­cant progress that stu­dents make in these pro­grams. On this page, we present a list of avail­able sum­mer immer­sion cours­es in Latin (and Ancient Greek) this year.

How To Choose A Course?

Some cours­es cost quite a lot, and it might be dif­fi­cult to decide which one to choose. To help you find the best one for you, we have pre­pared this guide, “How to choose the best Latin immer­sion course.”

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Latin Immersion Courses this Year

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Latin

Sep­tem­ber 3–6 Schola Lati­na (Rome, Italy) €310

Ancient Greek


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Daniel Pettersson

Daniel Pettersson

Teacher and author Daniel Pettersson, M.A., is co-founder of Latinitium and is currently teaching Latin at Stockholm University, where he is also working on his Ph.D. dissertation on Humanist Colloquia. Daniel believes in the importance of Latin literature in the modern world and that you can teach yourself Latin with the right motivation, method, and material.
Written by Daniel Pettersson

Written by Daniel Pettersson

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