ACT has small classes with an average of 16 students allowing for direct and personal contact between teachers and students.
The college provides high-quality curricula in line with the standards of major American universities.
The teaching staff consists of professors with internationally renowned studies and extensive experience in their field.
ACT - The American College of Thessaloniki provides an extensive scholarship program based not only on financial need but also on student performance, which is renewed annually.
ACT - The American College of Thessaloniki carries on this long tradition of academic excellence, with full accreditation by both NECHE in the US and the Open University in the UK. The college is rightfully considered among Southeast Europe's premier, internationally-oriented institutions, promoting both innovative learning and humanitarian values.
ACT seeks on a permanent basis to be not only the first choice but also an economical choice for young people in Greece, the Balkans, and other countries. For this reason, ACT awards scholarships based on financial need and academic performance to a significant number of incoming students.
The purpose of these scholarships is to make it possible to provide quality education, especially in these difficult times, but also to reward students' performance.
The ACT has developed and established a system of financial support for studies. This ensures that no one will be deprived of their studies at the College due to limited economic means.
To learn more about the available scholarships, contact Brive and schedule a call with our counselor.
The Bissell Library is one of the largest private learning resource centers in Southeast Europe. Opened in the Fall of 2002, it holds one of the largest English language book collections in Greece, occupying the ground and upper levels of a 4,500-square-meter building.
Today, it offers a collection of over 27,000 books in print, 130,000 electronic books, DVDs, and other media.
The library building is Wi-Fi enabled and network ports are available for laptops. Three study zones contain 250 seats and computers accessible to enrolled students, alumni, and current Bissell Library members. An additional 24 computers are located in the Library Lab, which also features an interactive whiteboard and projection system for library orientations, information literacy teaching, and other instructions.
The ACT student community is characterized by its multiculturalism. More than 300 American students from across the country attend ACT each year. They are joined by students from Greece, the neighboring Balkan countries, and every corner of the world.
ACT provides its students with a complete program of arts and sports activities, a series of educational trips, and one of the largest service-learning programs, which brings students into contact with more than 40 NGOs and gives them the opportunity for community service during their student life.
Film club, diplomacy club, tennis, scuba diving, and more await ACT students to discover.
ACT - The American College of Thessaloniki supports incoming students during their first year of studies by offering off-campus housing. On-campus housing is available, and it is granted in the order in which housing applications and housing deposits are received. The ACT Student Services Office provides housing assistance to all students interested in off-campus housing.
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