CYA will add a new academic discipline in Urban Planning & Sustainability in spring semester 2015 with 3 core courses that focus on major projects currently transforming Athens.
Lots of Travel Opportunities
Study travel has always been integral to the CYA program. Here fall semester students hike through the Samaria Gorge, a world biosphere reserve, during the field trip to Crete.
If you're a classics major
What could be better? Here students of A361 Archaeology of Athens have class inside the Parthenon with Dr. John Karavas. Check out the plethora of course in Ancient Greek Studies.
A special bond and lifelong friendships are formed among CYAers during their semester or year in Athens. The OWL Newsletter and reunions help former classmates keep in touch.
Levels of Civilization
Exploring the many levels of Greek civilization from prehistory to modern. CYA field trips provide a holistic experience of Greece - its environment, history and culture throughout the ages.
Wherever possible CYA offers students direct contact with the material. Here students are excavating at Aixonides Halai with a 2-week program before the start of the spring semester .
Expanding your options
"Greece for a journalist or a political scientist is one of the most dynamic and interesting countries in the world - so often cited, so little understood..."
George Mesthos CYA Spring 2008