Location: Athens, Greece
Located in Athens, and originally founded in 1875 Smyrna, DEREE - The American College of Greece is the oldest American accredited college in Europe and the largest private institution in Greece. ACG is an independent, coeducational community of a talented and motivated student body and accomplished faculty, with a commitment to exceptional undergraduate instruction.
Situated on the breathtaking hillside of Hymettus Mountain at the edge of Athens, the 64-acre campus is the ideal setting for studying in Greece: modern classrooms, the ACG Library, with extensive print, online and audio-visual resources, and the College’s athletic facilities, including the FIFA designed soccer field, the Olympic-sized swimming pool, indoor and outdoor courts and fitness and exercise studios. The American College of Greece offers more than 1,000 courses each academic year.
The college residence complex is located within walking distance from campus in the leafy suburb of Aghia Paraskevi.
- 64-acre main campus in Athens suburb of Aghia Paraskevi; ALBA Graduate Business School downtown campus
- 20 undergraduate majors; 33 minors; 17 graduate degree programs
- 3,000 graduate and undergraduate students
- Student/faculty ratio: 17/1
- Over 350 international students from 56 countries
- Over 37,000 alumni
- Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges
- Undergraduate programs validated by the Open University, UK
- Over €3 million in scholarships and financial aid
Courses Previously ApprovedPrevious Augsburg students who studied at AGC had the following courses approved:
Analysis and Design of Info Systems
Anthropology in Greece Today
Developmental Psych-Preschool Years
History of Ancient Greece
History of Western Music
International Economic Development
Modern Greek IV
Modern Greek I
Myth in the Ancient Greek and Roman Worlds
Principles of Chemistry
Housing and Residential Services
The comprehensive fee per semester ranges from $4,945 to $5,965, depending upon accommodations (double room, single room, single studio). This includes housing, three excursions, visa assistance and airport pickup.Student is responsible for food (a fully equipped kitchen is available in all apartments.), books, and personal spending money. ACG recommends approximately € 3,000 ($3,200 US) for these expenses per semester.
For general questions about the program and application process, contact Margaret Anderson at email@example.com or stop by the CGEE office in the basement of Anderson Residential Hall, Suite 23.
For more detailed information about ACG courses, housing, etc. you may contact:
Assistant Director of North American Enrollment and Study Abroad
Director of North American Enrollment and Study Abroad
The American College of Greece
10 Liberty Square
Boston, MA 02109
Office: (857) 284-7908 x 224
Cell: (617) 935-5148
How to apply
Paid Internships at ACG
Paid Internships at ACG
There are a limited number of on campus internships available to students. Compensation is a discount on your housing or study abroad comprehensive fee. Applications will be accepted through the first week of classes.
Internship positions are available (limited space) in the following departments:
Office of Development & Alumni Relations
Office of Integrated Marketing and Communications
Office of Student Affairs
Office of Study Abroad and International Student Services
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall Semester||2018||03/15/2018 **||Rolling Admission||09/10/2018||12/21/2018|
|Spring Semester||2019||10/15/2018 **||Rolling Admission||01/09/2019||04/20/2019|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.