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The American College of Thessaloniki

Country: Greece

City: Thessaloniki

WWW: www.act.edu

Type of school: Public Universities

 

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The American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) is the university division of Anatolia, a non-for-profit educational institution with a long and prestigious history that dates back to 1886. ACT is an independent American university chartered by the States of Massachusetts in the United States, accredited by NEASC, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Undergraduate degree programs are also validated by the University of Wales making ACT the only higher education institution in SouthEast Europe that also meets E.U. requirements governing the degrees and professional rights.

  • International Relations
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management and Marketing
  • Business Administration
  • International Business
  • Banking and Finance
  • Finance and Accounting
  • Business and Computing
  • Computer Science

 

ACT’s comprehensive undergraduate curriculum leads to BA and BS degrees in:

 

Business

  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Management and Marketing

 

Information Technology

  • Computer Science
  • Business and Computing
  • International Relations

 

ACT’s graduate degree programs include a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with concentrations in:

  • Banking & Finance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management and Marketing

as well as, through collaboration with ALBA Graduate Business School, an Executive MBA and an MSc in Accounting and Finance.

Thessaloniki, in the Greek district of Central Macedonia, is the second largest city in the country. More importantly, it is a city with a continuous 3000-year history, preserving relics of its Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman past and of its formerly dominant Jewish population. Its Byzantine churches, in particular, are included in UNESCO's World Heritage list.

 

Thessaloniki is Greece's second major economic, industrial, commercial and political centre, and a major transportation hub for the rest of southeastern Europe; it’s commercial port is also of great importance for Greece and its southeast European hinterland. The city hosts an annual International Trade Fair, the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, and the largest bi-annual meeting of the Greek diaspora.

 

The history of Thessaloniki, like any European destination, is long and complex. It was founded in 315 BC, and the name of the city is taken after King Cassander’s wife, Thessalonica, sister of Alexander the Great. Thessaloniki was first a city based in the Kingdom of Macedon, and soon after its founding, a parliament was established in representation of the king. It became important city for trade within the Roman Empire, due to its location along trade routes connecting Europe with Asia. By the 1st century AD, a Jewish colony had established itself in Thessaloniki, and the city was also an important center in the Christian world. One of the most important early Christian missionaries, Paul of Tarsus, would play a key role in establishing the foundations of a Christian church in the city.

 

Thessaloniki Greece has many landmarks and museums that reflect its storied past. It is a wonderful point from which to access the great Greece Beaches of Halkidiki and other points of interest in the Greek Macedonian region.

 

Thessaloniki offers to visitors the opportunity to enjoy the historical heritage, so you can’t leave without seeing the places such as:

  • White Tower (Bloody Tower)
  • Aghia Sofia
  • Aghios Dimitrios Church
  • The Arch of Galerius
  • Rotunda
  • At the end of Tsimiski street there is a special area in the center of Thessaloniki, where you can find many museums:

 

  • Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum
  • The Museum of Byzantine Culture
  • Thessaloniki Museum of Photography
  • Folklore and Ethnological Museum of Macedonia and Thrace
  • Attaturk House

Each academic department’s Chair as well as the Admissions and Enrollment personnel can provide additional information about the requirements and deadlines for application and admission to any of the undergraduate degree and non-degree programs offered by ACT. Interested parties should call +302310398398, email us at admissions@act.edu or fill in an online information request form.

 

For information regarding admission to one of the non-degree/certificate programs please contactadmissions@act.edu or call +302310398398

Contact details

Address:John Kennedy

55510 Thessaloniki

Country:Greece

Phone:+30 231 039 83 98

Fax:+30 231 039 83 89

E-mail:admissions@act.edu

WWW:www.act.edu

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