Coptic Egypt

Coptic courses

Life on the Nile
France gallery
Coptic modules
Online courses
Communication Centre
Howard bio
UK Coptic Research Centre
Coptic book binding video
Monastery list with GPS
Conferences and Congresses
Dr Gawdat Gabra - Coptologist
Coptic Monastery Multi-Media Database Project
Egyptian Coptic Multi Media Database - Progress
Coptic Courses
Coptic Documentary
Photo galleries
Fayoum photo gallery
Useful links
Monasteries in Egypt
Publications and Bibliographies
Coptic Archaeology

Coptic modules and courses available via online and face-face in the classroom

Qubbat el-Hawa Aswan - Coptic Church site amongst 6th Dynasty ruins

The first online Coptic Module to be developed in the UK will be available by Spring 2012 - Please keep checking in for updates.

The Coptic online courses will be made available via The New Curiosity Shop - College of Distance Learning. Go to their site here

Current 2012 Coptic modules:

Swansea University Continuing Adult Education


Open Programme Coptic Studies Modules 2012


The Coptic Period in Egypt

The Early Christian Period 1st Century – 7th Century AD


Dates: Mondays January 9th – March 12th

10am-12pm for 10 weeks

Venue – Swansea YMCA St. Helens Road


Post Arabic Coptic Egypt.

7th Century AD – present day

Archaeology, Culture, Art and Architecture


Dates: Wednesday January 11th – March 14th.

Time: 10 am – 12pm for 10 weeks

Venue – Swansea YMCA St. Helens Road


Coptic Thebes 

 Life, culture, sites and monuments in 2nd Century – 7th Century AD Thebes (modern Luxor)


Dates: Wednesday April 25th – June 27th

Time: 10am – 12pm for 10 weeks

Venue- Swansea YMCA St. Helens Road


Further details – course tutor’ Howard Middleton-Jones;



Full Fee           30.00 (Employed/waged, working more than 16 hours per week)


Concessions    20.00 (Working less than 16 hours per week, retired/unwaged in receipt of State Pension only or State and private pension and unemployed)


Passport to Study (PTS)         5.00 (Retired and in receipt of state pension with pension credits or unemployed and in receipt of a means tested benefit, such as income support, jobseekers etc)

Note – Once registered on one course under the PTS scheme, the student is allowed to take as many courses as they wish in that academic year with no further payments


For details of courses available at the Department of Continuing Education Swansea University go here.