Dozens of young people from Canada and the U.S. will have the chance to study in Greece this summer.
The 13th Annual Journey to Greece Summer Program for college students, organized by the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) in collaboration with Webster University, will be taking place once again between June 23 – July 21.
Each year college students from North America have the chance to study at a fully-accredited U.S. university in Greece, while at the same time learning about modern and ancient Greece.
Every year since 2006, AHEPA and Webster University have been offering this unforgettable learning experience for new and returning college students.
The popular program has been specifically designed to immerse young students in a wonderful learning experience, while simultaneously celebrating Greek society and culture.
The program, which offers new courses, exciting excursions and special arrangements, also makes the journey especially attractive to returning students.
This year’s itinerary will include the following sites:
The Monasteries of Meteora
The Archaeological site of Dion
The city of Thessaloniki
St. Paul’s Vema in Veria
Aristotle’s School in Naoussa
The ancient ruins of Pella
The Macedonian Tombs of Vergina
Leonida’s Monument at the “Hot Gates” Thermopylae
For more information on the program and instructions on how to apply, you can follow this link: https://ahepa.org/Journey-to-Greece/