Hellenic American College

Hellenic American College

Athens , Greece
  • 51%
    Acceptance Rate
  • 16
    Available Programs
  • 7050
    Average Cost
  • 85
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


Hellenic American College has signed a cooperation agreement with Hellenic American University (436 Amherst Street, Nashua, New Hampshire, NH03063, USA) that enables the College to offer the University’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its facilities in Athens. Upon successful completion of their studies and the fulfillment of all degree requirements as specified in the relevant University Catalog, participants in these degree programs are granted a degree directly from Hellenic American University, Nashua.

Entry requirements

Admission to the undergraduate programs of Hellenic American University is based on prior academic performance, work and other non-academic experience, involvement in extra-curricular activities and proficiency in the English Language.

Applicants should meet the following requirements for admission:

  • High school diploma from an accredited high school or foreign secondary school equivalent
  • English Language proficiency (The Undergraduate programs are offered exclusively in the English Language.) See the separate section on English-language Proficiency for a list of language certificates and test results that the University accepts as such evidence. 
  • Interview: A personal interview is required of every applicant who appears to meet the standards for admission. These are usually done in person but we can arrange for a video-conference or telephone interview for applicants who do not live in Athens.


Youmay submit an application for a Hellenic American University graduate degree program at any time during the year. The Admissions Committee processes applications as they are received. Most students in the Master’s degree programs begin their studies in the Fall term but you may decide to apply for admission for the Spring term that begins in February.

Admission to the graduate programs of the University is based on prior academic performance, professional work experience, and proficiency in the English Language. The selection process gives particular emphasis to evidence of leadership potential along with academic excellence.

Scholarship & funding

Hellenic American College provides various types of financial assistance: need-based scholarships, merit scholarships, corporate study grants and early admission scholarships.

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Student life

Student clubs have a special place in our institution. They offer students opportunities to develop their leadership skills, contribute to the community, be active citizens and support sports and cultural diversity on campus. The Sustainability Club Psychology Club HAEC Football Club Music & Drama Club Business & Technology Club Toastmasters International Club