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Onassis scholarships for 2006 cover philology, linguistics & literature (Greek)
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Nov 3, 2005

Colleagues working with, into, or out of, the Greek language may be interested to know that the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation grants this year cover the fields of literature, philology and linguistics (among the other fields specified). Where the year before, it was actively encouraging translation courses, interested parties may have to inquire at their Department of Scholarships, at:

(For Greeks)
Address: 4, Aeschinou str, 105 58 Athens
Tel.: 0030 210 37 13 050 (-4)
Fax: 0030 210 33 15 913
E- mail: fph@onassis.gr

(For foreigners)
Address: 7, Aeschinou str, 105 58 Athens
Tel.: 0030 210 37 13 000
Fax: 0030 210 37 13 013
E- mail: ffp@onassis.gr

The starting date for foreign applications has already begun (Greek applications will be admitted starting mid-December) and expires on the 31st of January 2006 in both cases.

[Edited at 2005-11-03 12:14]


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