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AIFS Study Abroad in Athens: January Term
Athens, Greece (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Winter J-Term
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Program Sponsor: AIFS 
Restrictions: URI applicants only
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Minimum GPA: 2.5 Fields of Studies: Archaelogy, Business Administration, Cultural Studies, History
Experiential Learning: URI Affiliated Program Class Standing: 1. Freshman, 2. Sophomore, 3. Junior, 4. Senior, 6. Non Traditional
Program Description:
Program Description:

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Athens, Greece
  • Spend 3 weeks in the extraordinary city of Athens.
  • Earn 3 credits studying at DEREE – The American College of Greece where you can choose a course in archaeology, history, culture or international business.
  • All courses are taught in English.
  • Live in apartment-style residence complex.
  • Enjoy a day trip to Delphi and the Sanctuary of Apollo – as well as numerous social and cultural activities, such as a Greek food tour, visits to local museums and walking tours of the city.
  • Transcripts issued by DEREE – The American College of Greece.
 
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Over 50% of our students receive financial support from AIFS in the form of scholarships or grants.  
   
AIFS is recognized as a premier provider of study abroad programs. All-inclusive program fees cover tuition, housing, a meal plan, tours and excursions, insurance and 24-hour emergency service. Since 1964, more than 1.5 million students have traveled abroad with AIFS.
 
     
 

 



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