The University Camp of Kalandra, in Chalkidiki, was founded in 1960 and is part of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh).
It is administered and supervised by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The Central Committee of the camp submits proposals for, assists in and coordinates the operation of the camp. All students and employees of the university, including retired personnel, are entitled to use the camp facilities.
The Camp is a public space where recreational, educational and cultural activities are available for all members of the Aristotle University community. Respecting and protecting the environment are two of the fundamental principles which govern its operation. Thus, the Kalandra University Camp promotes energy saving and pollution control policies, and natural resource protection and conservation. At the same time, it supports projects and develops activities with the aim to raise environmental awareness.
For further information and for the Camp's pricing policy please check the Brochure.
The price list included in the Brochure concerns foreign students in general. Please, contact the Kalandra Camp Office (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 2310 995350) to learn about the reduced prices applicable to ERASMUS students.
Summer School at the summer camp, in Kalandra Halkidiki
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki organizes a summer school at the summer camp of Kalandra, Halkidiki, a beautiful and secure place next to the sea, which offers a warm and welcoming environment and a unique experience of nature and culture, as it is situated near Thessaloniki, Dion, Mount Athos and Stageira, the birthplace of Aristotle.
The two week course in August 19-30, 2013, is designed for participants from all backgrounds, those who are already well-read in and those who are just starting out, with the purpose of getting them acquainted with studies in the fields of Greek Philosophy, Greek History and Archaeology, Ancient Drama, Environmental Studies – Ecology, Ancient Technol- ogies, Architecture and Mythology.
The lively exchanges of views and the summer camp experience make this brief, intense period of study, an extraordinarily and enriching experience. Each weekday will consist of five hours of teaching in the morning, by distinguished speakers, largely from within the University, followed by general lectures as well as cultural activities and a Greek language course (1h.30/day) in the afternoon.
On the weekends, there will be organized tourist and cultural visits to the beautiful beaches of Halkidiki and places of cultural interest, such as Ancient Stageira or Dion, all of which are designed to make students familiar with Greek culture and History.
For futher information please check the Brochure and the Programme.