The students cover expenses for materials and travel to Lesvos. The students may also need to cover some fieldwork transportation costs (depending on their choice of project) and are generally responsible for the logistics needed to carry out their individual projects during the fieldwork phase. Highly motivated and self-driven students are necessitated in this course, and the applicants are required to include a letter of motivation with their application commenting on why they apply, with a preliminary sketch of the project they would like to carry out in Lesvos (max 1000 words).
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In addition there will be a compendium of relevant articles and resources
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