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College Year in Athens

Why study in Athens?

  • Focus on the history and civilization of Greece and the East Mediterranean region
  • Liberal arts curriculum with emphases in Ancient Greek and Latin, Classical Art and Archeology, History, Literature, and Religion
  • Honors Tutorial independent study option for advanced students of Classical Studies
  • Study contemporary Greece and Modern Greek language

IES Abroad European Union Program

Why study on the European Union Program?

  • Explore key issues in European political and economic integration
  • Interact with economic and political experts, EU officials, corporations and NGOs
  • Visit key organizations, including: European Parliament, Court of Justice, European Central Bank, World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Travel throughout Europe to both older and newer m European Union member states

Hamilton College In France

Why study with Hamilton College in Paris?

  • Located in the center of Paris
  • Rigorous fall, spring or year-long program for advanced level students.
  • Classes offered in wide range of academic disciplines by Hamilton, Smith and Middlebury Colleges, as well as University of Paris and Institut d'Études Politiques
  • Orientation Biarritz in fall semester and Paris in spring.  Full schedule of field excursions, co-curricular and cultural activities.

IES Aboad London Direct Enrollment - University College London

Why study at University College London (UCL)?

  • Outstanding international reputation with strengths across the academic spectrum
  • Opportunity for in-depth study in your major and secondary subject area in which students may have academic background
  • International campus: over 40% of students are from countries outside of the UK
  • London is one of the world’s most important cultural, economic and intellectual centers


London School of Economics & Political Science

Why study at The LSE?

  • Outstanding international reputation in economics and social sciences as well as history, law, and philosophy
  • Participation in the “General Course", a fully integrated, one-year program of study for study-abroad students - each student may select four year-long courses from the LSE curriculum and is assigned an adviser who provides academic support.
  • International campus: over 67% of students are from countries outside of the UK
  • London is one of the world’s most important economic and government centers