Students interested in short term, intensive study abroad are invited to take advantage of College Year in Athens' summer courses, which offer unique, experience-based opportunities for learning. CYA’s Summer 2017 programs are offered in two conse...
It is hard to sum up the experience I had with CYA in words.. I can honestly say that the 8+ weeks I spent in Greece have been the best weeks of my life thus far, in part thanks to CYA. I am a science major at my home university, but the two classes I took in Greece that focused on the anthropology of the Mediterranean diet and ...
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I gained cultural experience in another country and exposure to a perspective different from my own
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Students interested in short term, intensive study abroad are invited to take advantage of College Year in Athens' summer courses, which offer unique, experience-based opportunities for learning.
CYA’s Summer 2017 programs are offered in two consecutive four-week sessions, as well as a new four-week seminar, and grant academic credit. The sessions are equivalent to a regular semester course at CYA.
Program fees include tuition, lodging in a furnished student apartment or hotel unit, course materials, a farewell lunch or dinner and, where applicable, field trips and co-curricular activities. Cost varies by course. See the full list of courses below or visit http://www.cyathens.org/43/1/summer_courses/ for more information!
*NEW* Philosophy Summer Seminar in Athens: Philosophy Action and Knowledge; June 5 - July 1, 2017
Summer 2017 Session 1 Courses; May 29 - June 24, 2017:
- Excavating the Aegean: The Case of Despotiko - Becoming a Traveler: Writing in Greece - Sustainability Across Time and Spatial Scales in Greek Urban and Island Communities
Summer 2017 Session 2 Courses; June 26 - July 22, 2017:
- The Anthropology of Food in Greece: the Mediterranean Diet and More - When Egypt meets the Aegean: Interconnections in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean - The Global Governance of Migration: Emerging Responses to Irregular Migration