Study Abroad in Greece

American College of Greece, DEREE

Athens, Greece

Park University invites you to spend a summer, semester or academic year studying at the American College of Greece DEREE

The American College of Greece is an ideal choice for study abroad. You’ll find the excitement of Athens, the beauty of the Mediterranean, and the famous hospitality of the Greek people attractive reasons to study in Greece.

About Athens

Affordable and lively, Athens is a city of many facets, ideal for young people who would like to experience the broad range of activities that it has to offer.Visits to archaeological sites and beaches, and daytrips to nearby islands and quaint towns — you can do it all here! Athens is also famous, more than any other European capital, for its nightlife. Tavernas, cafes, clubs and bars stay open late as Athenians know how to relax and have fun well into the dawn.

Course Description: Choose from 21 majors, 32 minors, and over 1,000 courses in business, fine arts, humanities, social sciences, communication- and more! Click here for the list of courses available.

Tuition and Fees:

 Spring Semester 2013

 $10,442 ( 15 credit hours)

 Summer Session I 2013

 $4,177 (6 credit hours)

Summer Session II 2013

 $4,177( 6 credit hours)

Includes: tuition, double bedroom occupancy, excursions, visa assistance, airport pick-up, official transcript, internet access, laundry and athletic facilities. Does not include: airfare, meals, transportation, student visa fee, housing deposit, books and personal expenses.

2013 Program Dates:

  • Spring: January 14- April 24
  • Summer Session I: May 14- June 14
  • Summer Session II: June 23-July 25
  • Fall: September 9-December 14


Scholarships: The Greek America Foundation’s Hellenic Legacy Scholarship for Study Abroad at DEREE covers full tuition for a semester. For applications :

Application: Online application

For more information, please visit Angie Peterson in Herr House room 300, call her at (816) 584-6510 or e-mail at

Study Abroad in Thessaloniki, Greece

Park University invites you to spend a summer, semester or academic year studying at the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Located in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city and close to some of Greece’s most beautiful beaches, ACT’s study abroad program offers a rich classroom experience coupled with opportunities to visit local archaeological and historic sites, climb Mt. Olympus, attend outdoor concerts and festivals and sail Thermaikos Bay and the sea beyond.

Tuition and Fees:

  • Summer 2013: **$1,275 (1 course), **$ 2,550 (2 courses) per credit charge: $425
  • Fall 2013- Spring 2014:** $5,340 (up to 12 credits, $445 per additional credit hour).

This program is financial aid eligible.

**Does not inlcude visa, airfare, housing, food, student fee, field trips and other living expenses.

View details on costs for Summer 2013, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014.


The American College of Thessaloniki awards a $1,000 merit scholarship applicable towards the semester's tuition to study abroad students who have reached sophomore status at their home institution and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.6/4.0. Merit aid scholarships are available during the fall and spring semesters.

Courses span a broad range of topics and disciplines aiming to meet the needs and interests of U.S. college students wanting to fulfill electives or major requirements at their home school or discover Greek culture, history and language. Students are introduced to life in Thessaloniki through a two-day orientation program. Housing comprises comfortable studio apartments (with private baths and kitchenettes) located in the center of Thessloniki, steps away from everything.

Students select courses from offerings in the following fields:

Accounting Dance Finance Math
Anthropology Digital Photography Greek Language Philosophy
Art History Ecology History Political Science
Biology Economics Humanities Psychology
Business Administration English Management Physical Education
Computer Science European Studies Marketing Statistics


For tentative Summer 2013 course listings, please visit:

Internship Oppertunites for Students Studying Abroad

The Michael S. Dukakis Chair in Public Policy and Service

Please see Angie Peterson for internship details!

Application deadline:

Spring 2013: extended deadline November 15

Summer 2013: May 31, 2013

Fall 2013: April 15, 2013

For more information, please visit Angie Peterson in Herr House room 300, call her at (816) 584-6510 or e-mail at