Spend a summer in the classical yet modern city of Athens, Greece with AIFS! Choose from a wide variety of course options offered at the American College of Greece. Located in the charming suburb of Aghia Paraskevi, the college boasts modern classrooms, an extensive library and Olympic-standard athletic facilities.
- Up to 6 semester credits per session (subject to course selection)
- Courses offered in accounting, anthropology, archaeology, art history, astronomy, business, communications, dance, economics, English, environmental studies, finance, history, information technology, international business, international relations, languages, law, literature, management, marketing, mathematics, music, oceanography, philosophy, physical sciences, social sciences, tourism and hospitality management
- Acropolis Hill and Museum, Athens sightseeing and Greek Island excursion (day trip)
CULTURAL & SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
- Walking tours of Athens, Greek food tasting, visits to museums and temples, and excursions to nearby historical sites
ON-SITE RESIDENT DIRECTOR
- to help with any questions or advice you may need throughout the program
HEALTH & SAFETY
- 24/7 emergency support and comprehensive insurance
- Access to the renowned Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment and alumni network
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At AIFS, we support all participants in their journey abroad, inclusive of their gender, race, religion, age, physical ability, and sexual orientation. Everyone has a complex identity, and the different aspects of your identity are important when deciding on a program and location. We invite you to review our Social Identity Pages to assist you when selecting a program that best fits your interests and needs. We encourage you to revisit these resources throughout your study abroad journey. We want to remind you to visit your university's study abroad website and office, as they might have more information and resources related to social identities and studying abroad.
For information specific to this city, visit the website and click the Social Identity Tab on the program page.