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American College of Greece (Exchange)
Athens, Greece (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
Year (SH)
Host University Website: Click to visit
Budget Sheets Fall,
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2015 03/01/2015
Rolling Admission 09/11/2015 12/09/2015
Year (SH) 2015-2016 03/01/2015
Rolling Admission 09/11/2015 05/12/2016
Summer 2015 03/01/2015
Rolling Admission 05/25/2015 06/23/2015
Spring 2016 10/15/2015 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.

Indicates that deadline has passed
Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 3.0
Class Eligibility: Sophomore Housing Options: Apartments
Language Courses Offered: Yes Internships Available: No
Faculty Led: No Exchange Program: Yes
Program Description:

Program Overview

At The American College of Greece, students have the opportunity to develop their minds, body and spirit through involvement in student organizations, academic societies, athletics, lectures and concerts.

The American College of Greece is the largest, oldest American-sponsored college in Europe. Since ACG offers 21 majors, 21 minors, and over 1,000 courses each year, you will have plenty of courses to choose from in business, humanities, social sciences, communication and more! Regardless of your major, you will find a rich selection of courses that will keep you on track toward your gra
duation at UW-Stout.

ACG is the only institution in Athens accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, which accredits institutions such as Harvard, Yale, and Brown.

ACG's Study Abroad Office is dedicated to providing personal commitment and attention to detail that will make your semester abroad a truly special experience.

Location: As one of the great capitals of Europe, Athens is an ideal place to be a study abroad student. The city's vibrant cultural scene includes museums, theaters, sports, concerts and restaurants, all easily accessible through a safe, convenient public transportation system.



Students should work with their academic adviser or program director to choose classes for their semester at American College of Greece. While students will only take a typical course load of 4 or 5 classes, students are encouraged to obtain equivalencies for more classes so that there is flexibility for adding, dropping, or switching classes once in Greece.

Study abroad students take courses at the Aghia Paraskevi campus. Courses and descriptions can be located here. To see which courses are offered each semester you should check out the course schedule.



AccomodationStudy abroad students live in ACG's modern, beautiful residence complex two blocks away from campus. ACG offers one, two and three bedroom apartments with fully equipped kitchens, full bathroom(s), and huge balconies. The standard bedrooms have two single beds, side tables, and lots of closet space for suitcases and clothes. Kitchens are fully equipped with dishes, pots and pans, and silverware. Students will be responsible for purchasing and cooking daily meals.

The study abroad program fee includes a double bedroom shared with another student. However, you can choose to upgrade to a private bedroom within a shared apartment or private studio apartment for an additional fee.

Both wired and wireless internet access is available in student housing - free of charge. In addition ACG offers a well-equipped gym in the residence building with machines and free weights. Complementary laundry facilities are also available in the residence building.

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Passport: Students will need to have a passport to study in Greece. The current passport fee is $135. If you already have a valid U.S. passport, be sure to check the dates of validity - your passport must be valid six months beyond your return date.

Visa: Students will need to have a visa to study in Greece if they will be there longer than 90 days. Students will also need to obtain a residency permit within 30 days of arrival. In order to obtain a visa for Greece a personal appearence is required at the consulate in Chicago. The American College of Greece and the UW-Stout Office of International education will assist students with this process. More information on student visas for Greece can be found here. If you are not a U.S. passport holder this process may be different for you, please contact ACG or the International Office for details.

Travel: Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to and from Greece. Depending on the starting and ending date of the term, students may have the option of traveling to Europe before and/or after the program.

Information taken from the American College of Greece website.To learn more, visit the website listed at the top of this page, "Host University Website."

Program Cost

To help you to prepare for your semester abroad the Office of International Education has created semester budget sheets for your reference. These budget sheets are only an estimation and actual expenses may vary depending on changes in currency exchange rates, tuition increases, airfare and personal spending habits. We suggest that you set up a personalized budget to follow for the duration of your program.

To view the estimated budget sheet please click
We strongly encourage you to print this budget sheet, and set-up a meeting with your financial aid counselor early during the application process to discuss how you will be paying for the program. Students who are eligible for financial aid may use such aid to help pay for all of the costs outlined on the budget sheet. Give your financial aid counselor a copy of the budget sheet for your program so your financial award can be adjusted to take into account the increased costs.