Semester / Trimester
Business, Arts, Sciences & Technology
American College of ThessalonikiSpring 1B 2018 (Early Jan, 2018 to Mid Jun, 2018)
Catalog Code: ITLS1218
The Business, Arts, Science & Technology program offers all levels and varieties of courses such as finance, intercultural relations and computer science courses all of which are instructed in English. Additionally, beginning through advanced levels of Modern Greek courses are offered.
ISA students will be taking courses with local, international and potentially other ISA students allowing for a rich and dynamic environment.
Official course list will be available mid-November. Courses listed on ISA website reflect what is very LIKELY to be offered.
Prices & Dates
Early January, 2018 - Mid June, 2018Session Dates:
To be Announced *Price:
October 1, 2017Application Due Date:
October 15, 2017Final Forms & Payments Due:
Currently Accepting Applications!Admissions Status:
*prices and dates are subject to change
Note: About pricing...
THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIPS ARE OFFERED FOR ISA PARTICIPANTS:
ACT Academic Merit Scholarship- The American College of Thessaloniki supports students with Academic Merit Scholarships. Students who demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 3.6 or higher at the time of application and have achieved sophomore status will automatically receive this scholarship. This scholarship is for students attending ACT on a semester program. Please inform your Program Manager if you meet these eligibility requirements
ACT Hellenic-American Heritage Scholarship- The American College of Thessaloniki supports study abroad students with the Hellenic-American Heritage Scholarship. North or South American students who demonstrate Greek heritage will be eligible for one of these competitive scholarships for study at the ACT.
The American College of Thessaloniki Sponsored Scholarship - The American College of Thessaloniki supports three ISA students each year with a $1,000 scholarship who demonstrate financial need and attend a public university. Contact us for more information.
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.
Minimum Admissions Prerequisites
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