Study in Greece
With its countless small islands, gorgeous weather, fascinating landscapes and delicious Mediterranean food, Greece represents a true vacation paradise that invites you to relax and explore. However, this small and bright country at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa is also ideal for study abroad due to its prominent position in the higher education landscape. Known worldwide as the home of famous philosophers such as Aristotle and Socrates, the birthplace of the Olympic Games, and the land of exciting mythology stories, Greece offers a unique educational experience.
The American College of Thessaloniki allows you to immerse yourself in the ancient and modern Greek world and study where others vacation. What makes Thessaloniki very special is its exciting multicultural life with many young people. In the city in the north of Greece, people dance, laugh and celebrate - also with pleasure with one or the other traditional Greek wine at the beautiful promenade directly at the ocean. A late summer night in the Greek taverns and a trip to the paradisiacal beaches is simply something you have to experience and make your dream of studying abroad in Greece come true!
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American College of Thessaloniki
The American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) is a private, non-profit, US College in Greece. ACT is offering challenging, high quality study programs: Advanced studies with the style and substance of a true American University. At ACT, students from the US study alongside with students from Greece, Europe and students from all over the world and therefore study in a diverse, multicultural environment where students are encouraged to grow, develop and enhance their interpersonal skills.
Thessaloniki is a mid-size city and can be experienced and enjoyed like a campus. The city center is walkable – 30 minutes by foot from east to west. It is home to one of the longest urban waterfront in Europe, completed in 2014. Walk, run, stroll, ride a bicycle, people-watch, gaze at the water and sunsets.