ATHENS: Study in the birthplace of Western Civilization
Greece is the birthplace of so many modern ideas and Athens is the center of it all. With its extraordinary artistic, intellectual and cultural heritage, Athens is richly endowed with resources for formal study and experiential learning. Webster Athens is located in the historic Plaka district, at the foothills of the Acropolis. Athens is a modern city with a plethora of activity; cultural events including concerts, gallery exhibits, dance and theatre are an integral part of everyday life.
Webster University’s ‘Odyssey in Athens’ program offers students the opportunity to explore and study historic sites in Greece while studying the region’s rich history and culture. Students can
choose to take courses from the Global Citizenship Program (GCP), 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.
CAMPUS FACILITIES AND RESOURCES
Two buildings house the Webster-Athens classrooms, computer lab, library, administrative offices, and cultural center. The classroom building has been fully renovated, and both are very near important cultural sites. Museums, including the Acropolis Museum, the National Archaeological Museum and the Cycladic Museum, are within minutes from the campus facilities. Both buildings have a rooftop view of the Acropolis.
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