The Hellenic American University Summer Academies
The Hellenic American University Summer Academies offer talented high-school students ages 14-16 an intellectually challenging and personally enriching summer experience.
Summer Academies are offered in:
Offered in Greece by Hellenic American College, the Academies give participants the chance to explore new fields of interest, make new friends—and earn college credits. Above all, they provide a fascinating way to study science and technology, with a substantial part of each course devoted to experiential learning, such as field trips, simulations, and hands-on assignments—including time in a flight simulator or building a robot.
Students in either course can earn university academic credit. In addition, successful participants who later enroll at Hellenic American College are eligible for a scholarship under the Academy Scholar program.
College Summer Courses for High-School Students
In addition to the Robotics Academy and the Aviation and Flight Academy, eligible high-school students can take one of several introductory-level college courses during the summer. Courses offered in Summer 2016 included:
Session I, May 30 – June 24
- Words and Music: from the Middle Ages to the Present
- Special Topics: Photography
Greece through the Eyes of Travelers
Session II, July 4 – July 29
- Aesthetics and the Arts
- Greece in Europe in the 21st Century
- Greece through the Eyes of Travelers
For more information on the Academies and college summer courses, please contact the Admissions Office at:
+30 210 3680950