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- City: Athens
- Term: Fall, Winter, Academic Year, Spring and/or Summer
- Instruction in: English
- Students interested in: Classics, History, Philosophy, Modern Greek
Semester/Academic year: Courses are offered in archaeology, history of art, classics, ethnography, history, international relations, literature, modern Greek, philosophy, political science, and religion. Students will have free weekends to explore the Greek Isles or the Northern regions of this extensive country. Students will also have the opportunity to travel on CYA-sponsored trips enhancing their understanding of both course material and culture.
Spring/Summer: Choose between one or two 4-week sessions between the end of May and the end of July. Take classes on various topics that are travel-intensive and hands-on, with a special focus on museums and archeological sites. Summer course locations are specified in course syllabi—students might find themselves living in or visiting Athens, Antiparos, Crete, Poros, Santorini, or other cities. There are two separate M-Compass brochures for the Semester/Academic Year & Summer.