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Program Dates
July 15 - August 17, 2007


In 2007, we will build upon our success. We are looking forward to having you be an integral part of our program as a participant or chaperone. We welcome you to download the information below.

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WHAT YOU'LL SEE

Courses incorporate visits to the archaeological sites, museums and the Foundation of the Hellenic World exhibition in Athens. Students will also benefit from use of the University Library, Computer lab, including Internet access, and the magnificent University of Indianapolis Cultural Center located in the midst of the ancient ruins of Athens.

 
STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

"The Journey to Greece has been a very meaningful experience for me. Although I am not Greek, I have spent so much time here and gotten to see so many things, that I will never forget this summer. The incredible people I have met, the memories we have shared, or the things we have seen together are things that will stay with me for the rest of my life."
— Cheryl Bucholtz, Placenta, Calif.

[Bullet] More 2006 Student Testimonials - in Adobe PDF Format


A once in a lifetime opportunity...

Don't you wish you were visiting Greece and it's beautiful beaches now?


CONTACT DR. JIM DIMITRIOU FOR MORE INFO!

For more information contact Dr. Jim Dimitriou at (310) 375-5544 or .

BULLETINS IN ADOBE PDF FORMAT

2006 PHOTOS!

Photos of the 2006
JTG are now online!

 
WHERE YOU'LL GO

Excursions are intended to enrich the student’s studies and are therefore an integral part of the study abroad program. Two excursions are planned for this program:

A one-day cruise to the Saronic Gulf islands of Spetses and Hydra.

A three-day excursion. Destinations include sites in Attica (Elefsina, Sounion), Peloponese (Corinth, Mycenae, Argos, Epidavrus, Olympia) and central Greece (Delphi, Thebes).

The cost of group travel and shared lodging is fully covered by the program fee.

 
24,030 JTG visitors!
JTG — Journey to Greece

[Students Assemble at the Oracle at Delphi]

Students Assemble at the Oracle at Delphi

HISTORY OF THE PROGRAM

Founded in 1902, the University of Indianapolis is a not-for-profit, comprehensive, co-educational University located in the capital city of Indianapolis, Indiana. To facilitate the ever-growing global community, the University of Indianapolis offers courses leading to Bachelor and Master degree programs at the University's Campus in Athens.

The University of Indianapolis, Athens Campus (UIA) was chartered in 1989, with the purpose of offering a quality American educational experience in Greece. Since its inception, the University has grown to become one of the leaders in higher education in Greece. It is unique in that it is the only wholly owned branch campus of a US university operating in Athens. The University of Indianapolis, Athens Campus offers 32 undergraduate programs and 9 graduate programs. Its programs are, and will continue to be, designed to offer tomorrow’s leaders effective solutions in a professional environment. In 1998 the University established a center in Tripoli, Greece and working agreements with various institutions, such as the Tchaikovsky Academy of Music in Russia.

The University of Indianapolis, Athens Campus is accredited by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges, and is also a founding member of the Association of American Colleges in Greece (AACG). Furthermore, the various schools/departments of the University are accredited by prestigious accreditation bodies in their respective fields: the Business School is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the School of Psychological Sciences by the American Psychological Association (APA).

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