Greece: Athinai (Athens)
Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter, Academic Year
Odyssey in Athens is a program offered through the University of Indianapolis Athens Campus. Located in the center of Athens in the Plaka area- the historic section- right below the Acropolis, this campus is a naturally beautiful place for the perfect study abroad excursion.
Students from all over the US with a wide variety of majors can participate and receive academic credit that transfers back to the student's home institution. All courses are taught in English by a highly qualified faculty from the US and abroad. Because there are 32 undergraduate and 10 graduate programs, students have a wide variety of courses to choose from and do not need to interrupt their program of studies to come abroad. Plus, the cost is much less than most US universities and includes tuition, housing, excursions around Greece, airport pickup, orientation and transcripts.
Odyssey in Athens offers accredited courses with an international or cross-cultural focus in anthropology, business administration, journalism, history, literature, political science and economics. Courses surveying Greek civilization from ancient times to the present cover art and architecture, ethnography and culture, history, literature, politics, and language. There are no specific program requirements, but students are encouraged to take advantage of the Greek culture and language courses to the fullest extent possible
Students in graduate school can also participate in Odyssey in Athens. The following graduate studies are available at University of Indianapolis Athens: Executive MBA, MA Clinical Psychology, MA Mental Health Counseling, MA Applied Sociology, MA in Media and Communication, MA Applied Sociology - Human Resource Management, MA English, MSc Computer Science , MA International Relations, MA Music.
This is a great way to travel around Greece, earn academic credits and have an unforgettable experience.
Odyssey in Athens is based in the facilities of the University of Indianapolis, Athens Campus in the heart of downtown - footsteps away from the Plaka, the old section of Athens at the base of the Acropolis. Four buildings house classrooms, a student center, library, computer lab, and administrative offices.
With its extraordinary artistic, intellectual and cultural heritage, Athens is richly endowed with resources for formal study and experiential learning. The museums at the Acropolis and the ancient Agora, as well as the National Archeological Museum, the Cycladic Museum, and the Benaki collections are within minutes of the facilities of the University of Indianapolis Athens. Cultural events including concerts, recitals, dance and theatre, as well as international trade shows, conferences and symposia, public lectures, gallery exhibits, sports events and marathons, are an integral part of life in this bustling, cosmopolitan city at the confluence of Europe, Asia and Africa.
USD 9,995.00 for semester and USD 22,985.00 for year
Cost includes: tuition (up to 17 undergraduate credits or 11 graduate credits for the semester and up to 40 undergraduate credits or 26 graduate for the full academic year), housing, excursions around Greece, air-port pick-up, orientation, transcript, library and computer lab fees and student services support.
The mission of the University of Indianapolis is to prepare its graduates for effective, responsible, and articulate membership in the complex societies in which they live and serve, and for excellence and leadership in their personal and professional lives. The University equips its students to become more capable in thought, judgment, communication, and action; to enhance their imaginations and creative talents; to gain a deeper understanding of the teachings of the Christian faith and an appreciation and respect for other religions; to cultivate rationality and tolerance for ambiguity; and to use the intellect in the process of discovery and the synthesis of knowledge.