|Study location||Greece, Thessaloniki|
|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Accreditation||NEASC, European validation|
|Application fee||€70 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
English Language Admissions Criteria
1. Prospective Greek Students
C1, C2 Certificate holders: accepted
2. Non-Greek Prospective Students
*A detailed list containing names and levels of English language tests is availabe at the Admissions Office. For more info, please call 2310 398239, 2310 398398.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Explain briefly why you wish to study in Greece and why you chose ACT.
Transfer Admission Requirements:
1. college transcripts
a. Why is international education important and how will it help you achieve a global perspective? b. Share a personal anecdote that will help us understand what you will bring to the ACT community.
The International Relations major features career-track training in international diplomacy, with optional four-course specializations for degree candidates (in Diplomacy, Sustainability, and, in collaboration with the Division of Business, International Business) and an internationally oriented pre-law option for American students. The program of studies is particularly strong in American and EU politics, international law and organizations, gender, globalization, and contemporary Balkan and Aegean affairs.
Career opportunities in international diplomacy, government ministries, international organizations, NGOs, business, teaching