In 2014, the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto will offer the following courses in Medieval Latin:
Beginning Latin (8 hours of instruction weekly, 20 May to 11 July 2014, with an optional three-week reading course thereafter). Textbook: Moreland and Fleischer, Latin: an Intensive Course.
Level One Medieval Latin (7.5 hours weekly, 26 May to 4 July 2014, with an optional two-week grammar review before the course).
Level Two Medieval Latin (7.5 hours weekly, 7 July to 15 August 2014).
Enrolment in the Level One and Level Two courses will be restricted and will depend on performance in the April Level One Latin examination. Information on the examinations and the summer program is available on line (medieval.utoronto.ca).
The fee for each course is $1,000 (Can) for Canadian residents, or its equivalent in US dollars for non-Canadian residents. The deadline to apply for all courses is 1 May 2014. Enrolment in each course is limited.
Two students at the Level One and Level Two will be awarded full tuition scholarships funded by the Medieval Academy through the Committee on Centers and Regional Associations (CARA). To apply for the CARA scholarships, send a transcript and a brief personal statement indicating your interests and the value of the summer program for your studies and arrange for a letter of reference to be mailed separately to Medieval Latin Program, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, 125 Queen’s Park, 3rd Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2C7. The deadline for the CARA scholarship applications is 15 March 2014.
ASSESSMENT IN MEDIEVAL LATIN
The Centre for Medieval Studies in Toronto continues to offer its Level One and Level Two Medieval Latin examinations to external students. Examinations will be as follows: Level One, 14 April 2014 and 3 September 2014; Level Two, 16 April 2014 and 5 September 2014. Fee for examinations: $50 (US) for non-Canadians, $50 (Can.) for Canadians. For details and application forms, please visit the Centre’s website: medieval.utoronto.ca. Note that admission into the Summer Medieval Latin Level One and Level Two courses will be decided on the basis of the April Level One Latin examination.