• Greece
    • Athens
4 - 12 weeks
Program Tags
After College Cultural Immersion Post-High School Study Abroad

Program Details

Apartment Hotel
Primary Language
Age Min.


Starting Price
$9,950 USD
Price Details
Room and Board
Visits to sites, museums, and points of historical and cultural interest
Transportation during all trips as well as to/from the excavation site
Field Trips to the island of Aegina, the island of Crete, Peloponnese & Delphi.
Orientation and acculturation activities
Health insurance by CISI (including medical treatment for COVID-19)
Certificate for the excavation work
Certificate following the portfolio seminar
Pre-departure material
Arrival day airport meet-and-assist service
Use of Library materials
Free Internet access in the CYA computer lab as well as free Wi-Fi for laptop users throughout the Academic Center and in the student apartments.
Assistance in obtaining a Greek SIM card
Student support services
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Some Meals Some Park Fees Transportation Travel Insurance Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare Some Meals
Jan 13, 2021

About Program

CYA is of offering a new Gap Year program in Greece for Fall 2021, “Understanding Activism, Diversity, and Equity: the example of Greece”! To all those who are interested in exploring a new culture, while learning more about activism, diversity, and equity issues, this is your opportunity to experience hands-on learning while you volunteer for a good cause.

You will learn how to keep an e-portfolio of your reflections, observations, interactive learning, theoretical knowledge, and involvement with your volunteer work, as a record of what you learned and accomplished through this program.

Trips to the island of Aegina, the Island of Crete, Delphi and the Peloponnese.

Gap Flight Award: A student who will be accepted in the program, will receive $1,000 to offset the cost of the round-trip ticket to/from Athens, Greece.

Sep 16 - Nov 23, 2021

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Program Highlights

  • Visits to sites, museums, and points of historical and cultural interest: the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum, Historical Walking tour of Athens, Graffiti Tour of Athens.
  • Visits to landmarks and points of interest such as the Greek Parliament, the Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center.
  • Opportunity to volunteer for an organization actively involved with issues related to working with refugees, protecting the environment, supporting human rights, or other similar concerns.
  • e-Portfolio Workshop: a key element in the documentation of work done by all students while studying, traveling, volunteering or interning, whether at home or abroad.
  • Explore Athens, a modern & vibrant city where today's life is intertwined with its glorious past.

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