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The Arcadia Center offers a wide variety of courses that delve into Greek history, politics and culture throughout the ages. In Athens, learning isn't just about sitting in the classroom. It's about gaining hands-on experience. Many courses incorporate field-study excursions to sites of historical and cultural importance so you'll be able to see first-hand the landmarks and places that have inspired and influenced the people and events you'll study. Our cornerstone course, the Greek Key was designed to aid students in the cross-cultural learning process and involves students in Greek community life. You do not need to speak Greek to enroll in the program at the Arcadia Center. All courses, with the exception of the Greek language courses (mandatory for all students), are taught in English.
Tuition: The tuition portion of all program fees includes tuition for most arts and social science academic courses, preâprogram advisory services, onâsite orientation, complete support services throughout the program, health and accident insurance, postâprogram followâup and transcript. Program fees are based on credits listed; credit overload is subject to surcharge.
Room: The housing portion of our program fee assumes selfâcatered, shared accommodations. Students in catered housing, single accommodations or enhanced accommodations could be subject to supplemental charges.