CYA - Study in Greece (Semester Program)
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Need-based scholarships available! For more info, please visit our website.
*Full-year students receive a 25% reduction on tuition for the second semester and are permitted to stay in CYA housing, at no extra charge, during the interval between semesters.
*Students from public universities in the United States and Canada will receive an automatic scholarship of $3,000 per semester.
Entrance fees to sites and museums visited, supplemental hospitalization insurance, International Student ID Card (ISIC), official transcript sent to the home institution.
CYA has offered study abroad programs in a wide range of academic disciplines for nearly 60 years. With supplemental activities varying from archaeological digs to study-travel and volunteer/internship opportunities, students are able to actively engage with their course material. Students live in apartments in downtown Athens and will be inspired to immerse themselves in the environment and expand their worldview. Athens, a European capital, is rich in history but also a contemporary hub for art, international business and relations, and debate on economic, political, and migration issues.
The CYA curriculum consists of academically rigorous courses taught by expert faculty. Course offerings encompass a range of academic disciplines and are taught in English. Optional language courses are available (Modern & Ancient Greek, Latin). Each semester, classroom lectures are complemented by onsite courses and field study to major historic and contemporary sites around Greece.
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- Onsite classes and study-travel incorporated into program.
- Exciting courses in a range of disciplines.
- Hands-on volunteer and internship opportunities.
- Personalized attention from faculty and support staff.
- Opportunity to learn Modern Greek.
Response from CYA (College Year in Athens)
Hi Audrey! Thank you for sharing your experience with CYA. So glad to hear you enjoyed your courses and instructors. Hopefully you find your way back to Greece!