Hellenic International Studies in the Artshttp://www.hisa-studyabroad.com/
Box 11 Paroikia Paros, Cyclades 84400 Greece
Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year
Fall: Sept. 10th - Dec. 9th, Spring: March 3rd - June 2nd, Summer: June 7th - 21st and 27th
A university accredited Liberal and Fine Arts study abroad program on the lovely Greek island of Paros. Limited enrollment allows students maximum flexibility to design their own academic and art projects and work in a tutorial manner with experienced teachers and professional artists. Emphasis is placed on self-exploration and individual creative expression, all within a Cycladic island atmosphere of beauty and artistic inspiration.
HISA's Historical Sites Immersion component includes field trips to the classical sites on Paros and guided excursions to the neighboring islands of Mykonos, Delos, and Anti-Paros as well as overnights in Naxos and the amazing volcanic island of Santorini. Newly added, and included in the standard tuition, is the ten day Fine Arts study excursion to Paris and Prague. As a non-profit program, HISA is sincerely dedicated to helping students financially, offering a number of work study grants and financial aid scholarships.
Bachelors Degree (Undergraduate)
Accommodation in lovely private rooms, with balcony, TV, satellite, cooker and fridge. Free WIFI. Ten Day Fine Arts Study Excursion to Paris and Prague. All museum and site fees, and Greece inter-island travel; several festival dinners, all basic art supplies and textbooks.
Independently or in Groups
in Groups of with teachers
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