- exploration of the Greek community through experiences related to its international position at the forefront of global issues
- new perspectives, cultural insight, community life, the realities of migration, local and global economic debate and survival Greek language
- work experience by adding an internship to your program
- local volunteering and service learning opportunities
You'll select one Cornerstone Course out of two options:
- The Greek Key: Combine 5 weeks of Greek language learning with faculty walks of Athenian neighborhoods that utilize the city as your classroom, studying both the visible and invisible culture of Athens.
- Work in Thought & Action - Cornerstone Course for Internship Students: Work at an Internship Placement for 6-8 hours per week, enjoy seminars to discuss and reflect on work experiences and complete an academic term project based on independent research and workplace experience.
- Athens on Site: Ancient History of a Modern City
- Greek Art: The Present
- Curating Athens: Building Cultural Identity through the Arts
- Contemporary Greek Society
See "Work in Thought & Action" section previously listed under the Academics header.
This program provides shared apartments in buildings inhabited by Greek families that are located outside of the tourist area of Athens in Pangrati.