The American College of Greece

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Established in 1875, The American College of Greece is a private, 4-year institution located on a suburban, 64-acre campus in Athens, Greece, and it is both the largest private college in Greece and the oldest American college throughout the continent. ACG offers 26 bachelor’s degree programs and six master’s programs, as well as a wide selection of study abroad and individually-tailored programs through the college’s partnerships with over 50 universities in the US, Europe, and Asia. ACG also provides specialized academic enrichment programs such as the International Honors Program and the Language and Culture Programs, which feature experiential learning opportunities through linguistic and cultural immersion.


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This college is very different from an American University. The Greek students are very friendly. There are many resources for study here.
Alexis from Brentwood, CA

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