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  • Locations: Athens, Greece
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring, Summer, Summer Session 1, Summer Session 2, Summer Session 3
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  • Restrictions: UMass Amherst applicants only
  • Program Costs: Fall
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year UMass/IPO Application Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2020-2021 03/15/2020 ** Varies TBA TBA
Fall 2020 03/15/2020 ** Varies TBA TBA
Summer 2020 04/01/2020 ** Varies TBA TBA
Summer Session 1 2020 04/01/2020 ** Varies TBA TBA
Summer Session 2 2020 04/01/2020 ** Varies TBA TBA
Summer Session 3 2020 04/01/2020 ** Varies TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admissions.

If you are applying to a partner program, you must check their website for ACTUAL APPLICATION DEADLINES. The posted deadline above indicates when your UMass Abroad application materials are due and the program’s deadline may be sooner.
Program Description:
Odyssey in Athens
Study in the Birthplace of Western Civilization

When you choose to study at Webster Athens, you are choosing to study in the birthplace of Western Civilization. Our Odyssey in Athens program combines traditional study abroad with many opportunities for experiential learning. Students can choose to take courses from the Global Citizenship Program (GCP), Webster’s globally- focused general education program or choose from a diverse variety of upper-level courses; many of which have an international or cross-cultural focus. Though not required, many students take advantage of the Greek language and culture courses (see reverse side).

Recently renovated, Webster Athens features modern classrooms and administrative offices located at the base of the Acropolis. All students reside in furnished apartments in the Plaka district – right next to campus. The narrow, picturesque streets of Plaka are full of cafés, restaurants, shops and artisan galleries. Athens is an ancient, yet modern city and many of its cultural activities are within walking distance from the campus and student housing.

At Webster Athens, your study abroad experience does not end in the classroom. Experiential learning components and program excursions are an integral part of the program. Athens is a city with a plethora of activity. Cultural events including concerts, gallery exhibits, dance and theatre are in integral part of everyday life. Make the most of your time abroad by taking advantage of the many opportunities available for personal and professional growth.

With its home campus in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, Webster University comprises an action-oriented global network of faculty, staff, students and alumni who forge powerful bonds with each other and with their communities around the globe. Founded in 1915, Webster is a private non-profit university with more than 17,000 students studying at campus locations in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa and in a robust learning environment online. The university is committed to delivering high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.

Please note: This is only a sample of courses recently taught at Webster Athens. Complete course offerings from past semesters can be found on the Office of Study Abroad website. Course registration will take place through the Office of Study Abroad. When available, finalized course schedules and registration materials will be available online and sent to students via email.

ACCT 2010
Financial Accounting
ANTH 2100
Topics in Archaeology
ANTH 3000
Topics in Anthropology
ANTH 3130
Race & Ethnicity
BUSN 2100
Business Communications
BUSN 4650
International Business
ECON 2020
ECON 2030
ENGL 3900
Myth and Classical Literature
FINC 3210
Principles of Finance
HIST 1010
Topics in History
HLSC 1300
Open Water Scuba Diving
ILC 1090
Elementary Modern Greek I
ILC 1100
Elementary Modern Greek II
INTL 4600
International Relations Seminar
ISTL 2550
Topics in International Studies
MATH 1490
Finite Math
MEDC 3700
Topics in Intercultural Communications
MNGT 4100
International Management
MUSC 1070
Topics in Music
PHIL 2080
Greek Mythology and Religion
PHIL 3100
Literature and Philosophy
POLT 1000
ST: Modern Greek History and Politics
PSYC 3600
Social Psychology
RELG 3050
Greek Mythology and Religion
SOCI 3000
ST: Community Service Learning
SOCI 3175
Social Psychology
SOCI 3475
Race & Ethnicity