In this travel and study subject, students assess the cultural, social, architectural and political history of the Ottoman Empire to the era of the First World War and the inauguration of the Turkish Republic. On location at historic sites in Turkey in Bursa, Edirne and Istanbul, the three Ottoman capitals, and on the Gallipoli peninsula and at Sakarya, students examine key periods of Ottoman history.
This second and third year Mediterranean Studies summer subject is offered by La Trobe University and run with Australians Studying Abroad.
- 24 November to 19 December 2013
- AUD $6680.00 including return airfare (min. 20 students)
- AUD $6980.00 including return airfare (min. 15 students)
(Does not include applicable university course fees.)
- 30 credit points.
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Download the Ottoman Empire course brochure [PDF 612KB] for an itinerary and application forms.