College Year in Athens welcomes applications from academically strong students who wish to immerse themselves in the study of Greece and/or the world of the eastern Mediterranean.Successful candidates are those who show themselves to be academically motivated, inquisitive, self-reliant, self-disciplined, flexible, and open to experiencing daily life in a European capital city.
The Program does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, or national and ethnic origin. The application form includes no question on any of these matters, and photographs need not be sent before admission has been granted.
Some courses may be closed. Please double-check to see whether the course you are applying for is still available.
A complete application consists of the following:
When your complete application is received, it will be forwarded to the Admissions Committee. As soon as a decision is made (typically within two weeks of receiving your application), you will be notified by e-mail.
A physician’s statement is not part of the application documentation, but a check-up prior to going overseas is highly recommended. Participants are required to carry medical insurance valid for Greece.
A complete application for the Philosophy Seminar consists of the following:
A physician’s statement is not part of the application documentation, but a check-up prior to going overseas is highly recommended. Participants are required to carry medical insurance valid for Greece.Applicants should send their application to firstname.lastname@example.org, | Subject: APS_2019_Application |
They should ask the instructor writing the recommendation letter to send the letter directly to the same address.
Space is limited. Early application is therefore strongly recommended.
CYA reserves the right to cancel any course that fails to achieve minimum enrollment by April 1.
For more information, direct queries to:
Theoni Scourta | V.P. for Academic Affairs
Application for the CYA-DIS course "Tasting Culture: Nordic and Mediterranean Food, Tradition, and Nutrition (Denmark: Copenhagen, island of Samso || Greece: Athens, island of Naxos)" is completed via the DIS website.