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ACT Alumni Board

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ACT Alumni Association Board of Directors 2017-19

Kyriakos Kontaxian

Kyriakos Kontaxian (ACT ’94, Anatolia ‘88), President
Center Manager, MEDITERRANEAN COSMOS

Eliza Salpisti

Eliza Salpisti (ACT ‘02), Vice President
SETE Hub Region of Central Macedonia (Greek Tourism Confederation)
Sustainable tourism solutions professional

Korina Theodoridou

Korina Theodoridou (‘93), General Secretary
Scholarship & Enrollment Coordinator, Anatolia High School

Catherine Georgiadou

Catherine Georgiadou (ACT ’96, Anatolia ‘91), Special Secretary
Historical archives management
Amateur Photographer

Apostolos Zikoulis

Apostolos Zikoulis (MBA ‘07), Treasurer
Insurance broker, ZIA INSURANCE (owner)

Kostas Tsouvalas

Kostas Tsouvalas (’04), Special Treasurer
Customer service, ALPHA BANK

Christie Kostara

Christie Kostara (’01), Member – Professional networking coordinator
Head of Recruitment & Training, Natural Gas Distribution Company of Thessaloniki & Thessaly (EDA THESS)
Career Orientation Counselor, FIND YOUR BLISS Counseling 

Alexandra Kostara

Alexandra Kostara (’00), Member – Public relations coordinator
Logistics - Export Client Coordinator, ANTONIADIS & SONS

Pavlos Leptokaridis

Pavlos Leptokaridis (’10 & MBA '12), Member – Professional networking coordinator
Marketing Consultant
Football Coaching

Athina Nousiopoulou

Athina Nousiopolou (ACT ’98), Alt. member – Social media coordinator
Entrepreneurship Hub Anatolia School of Business, ACT

Ilias Nikolaidis

Ilias Nikolaidis (ACT ’97 – Anatolia ‘92), Alt. member
Managing Director, SPLENDID TRAVEL CENTER

Valentino Papalambros

Valentino Papalambros (‘96), Alt. member
CEO, VALEDESPORT Fitness Wellness & Lifestyle Provider
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Career & Alumni Services

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ACT Career Services

ACT has long-established relationships with leading businesses and organizations across Southeast Europe, where many of the school's alumni hold positions of influence. The school's Career & Alumni Services office helps students and alumni alike with career planning and coaching, CV and resume writing, internships, job-search tactics, and preparation for interviews. The office organizes recruiting events and provides ongoing career development advice to current students and alumni. All ACT graduates can rely on Career Services support throughout their lifetime.

For more information and vacancies:

Visit the ACT Job Board

ACT Alumni Relations

logo act alumni grayThe Alumni of ACT remain forever part of the school's life and represent it in the community in Greece and abroad. As such they are an important part of the school's outreach efforts. ACT is committed to maintaining close contact with all alumni and encourage you to be sure that your personal contact information is maintained current.

There is an active association of Anatolia alumni in Thessaloniki and we encourage all alumni to become contributing members of this association. The ACT Alumni Association is hosted on campus. The representatives of the association use office 20 (just across the career services office) in the Niarchos Technology Center. They can be accessed at 2310 398343 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Academic Calendar

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Undergraduate Degree Programs 2017-2018

September 18 (M)

Study Abroad Housing Opens/ On-campus Housing Opens

September 20-21 (W-Th)

New Student Orientation/Study Abroad Orientation/Registration

September 20-22 (W-F)

Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Re-sit Exams

September 25 (M)

First Day of Classes

September 29 (F)

Last Day for Course Changes

October 26-27 (Th-F)

Fall Break

November 3 (F)

Last Day to Drop a Course

November 17 (F)

Polytechnic Day (no classes)

December 8 (F)

Last day of classes

December 11-19 (M-Tu)

Final Exams for all courses

December 17 (S)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Note: All Study Abroad Students will take their Final Exams during the first week of the Exam period (Monday Dec 11 – Friday Dec 15)

Spring I 2018

January 6 (Sat)

Study Abroad Housing Opens

January 8-9 (M-Tu)

New Student Orientation/Study Abroad Orientation/Registration

January 10 (W)

First Day of Classes

January 16 (Tu)

Last Day for Course Changes

January 30 (Tu)

3 Hierarch’s Day, No Classes

February 5-8 (M-Th)

OU Exam Board

February 12-16 (M-F) 

Fall 2017 Re-sit Exams

February 19 (M)

Shrove Monday (Kathara Deftera), No Classes

February 20 (Tu)

Last Day to Drop a Course

March 23 (F)

Last Day of Classes

March 26-30 (M-F)

Final Exams for all courses

April 1 (Sun)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Spring II 2018

April 16 (M)

Study Abroad Housing Opens

April 18 (W)

First Day of Classes

April 23 (M)

Last Day for Course Changes

May 1 (Tu)

May Day (no classes)

May 11 (F)

Last Day to Drop a Course

May 28 (M)

Day of the Holy Ghost (no classes)

June 5 (Tu)

Last Day of Classes

June 6 (W)

Reading Day

June 7-8 (Th-F)

Final Exams for all courses

June 9 (Sat)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Summer 2018

June 10 (Sun)

Study Abroad Housing Opens

June 12 (Tu)

Study Abroad Orientation

June 13 (W)

First Day of Classes

June 14 (Th)

Last Day for Course Changes

June 22 (F)

Last Day to Drop a Course

June 25-28 (M-Th)

OU Exam Board

July 3 (Tu - tentative)

Commencement

July 11 (W)

Last Day of Classes

July 12 (Th)

Reading Day

July 13 (F)

Final Examinations

July 15 (Sun)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Undergraduate Degree Programs 2018-2019

September 17 (M)

Study Abroad Housing Opens / On-campus Housing Opens

September 19-21 (W-F)

Resit Exams for Spring I, Spring II and Summer Terms

September 19-21 (W-F)

New Student Orientation/Study Abroad Orientation/Registration

September 24 (M)

First Day of Classes

September 28 (F)

Last Day for Course Changes

October 25-26 (Th-F)

Fall Break

November 2 (F)

Last Day to Drop a Course

December 7 (F)

Last day of classes

December 10-18 (M-Tu)

Final Exams for all courses*

December 16 (S)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

*Note: All Study Abroad Students will take their Final Exams during the first week of the Exam period (Monday Dec 10 – Friday Dec 14)

Spring I 2019

January 5 (Sat)

Study Abroad Housing Opens

January 7-8 (M-Tu)

New Student Orientation / Study Abroad Orientation / Registration

January 9 (W)

First Day of Classes

January 15 (Tu)

Last Day for Course Changes

January 30 (W)

3 Hierarch’s Day, No Classes

February 4-7 (M-Th)

OU Exam Board (tentative)

February 14-15 (Th-F) 

Fall 2017 Re-sit Exams, No Classes

February 19 (Tu)

Last Day to Drop a Course

March 11 (M)

Shrove Monday (Kathara Deftera), No Classes

March 25 (M)

Independence Day, No Classes

March 27 (W)

Last Day of Classes

March 28 (Th)

Reading Day

March 29-April 5 (F-F)

Final Exams for all courses

April 7 (Sun)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Spring II 2019

April 8 (M)

Study Abroad Housing Opens

April 10 (W)

First Day of Classes

April 15 (M)

Last Day for Course Changes

April 19 (F)

Last Day of Classes before Easter Break

May 6 (Μ)

Classes resume

May 17 (F)

Last Day to Drop a Course

June 11 (Tu)

Last Day of Classes

June 12 (W)

Reading Day

June 13-14 (Th-F)

Final Exams for all courses

June 15 (Sat)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Summer 2019

June 16 (Sun)

Study Abroad Housing Opens

June 18 (Tu)

Study Abroad Orientation

June 19 (W)

First Day of Classes

June 20 (Th)

Last Day for Course Changes

June 24-27 (M-Th)

OU Exam Board (tentative)

June 28 (F)

Last Day to Drop a Course

July 2 (Tu - tentative)

Commencement

July 17 (W)

Last Day of Classes

July 18 (Th)

Reading Day

July 19 (F)

Final Examinations

July 22 (M)

Study Abroad Housing Closes

Graduate Degree Programs 2017-2018

Fall 2017

 

Quarter 1

September 25 (M) 

First day of classes

October 23 - 27 (M-F)

Break

October 30 (M)

Classes Resume

November 10 (F)

Last day of classes

November 13 - 17 (M-F)

Break

November 20 - 24 (M-F)

Final Examinations

 

Quarter 2

November 27 (M)

First day of classes

December 22 (F)

Last day of classes before Winter Break

January 8 (M)

Classes Resume

January 19 (F)

Last day of classes

January 22 - 26 (M-F)

Break

January 29 - February 2 (M-F)

Final Examinations

 

Spring 2018

 

Quarter 3

February 5 (M)

First day of classes

February 19 (M)

Kathara Deytera (no classes)

March 16 (F)

Last day of classes

March 19 (M)

Make-up for Feb 19

March 20 - 23 (Tu-F)

Break

March26 - 30 (M-F)

Final Examinations

 

Quarter 4

April 16 (M)

First day of classes

April 30 - May 4 (M-F)

Break

May 7 (M)

Classes Resume

May 28 (M)

Day of the Holy Ghost (no classes)

June 1 (F)

Last day of classes

June 4 (M)

Make-up for May 28

June5 - June 8 (Tu-F)

Break

June 11 - 15 (M-F)

Final Examinations

July 3 (Tu - tentative)

Commencement

Graduate Degree Programs 2018-2019

Fall 2018

 

Quarter 1

September 24 (M) 

First day of classes

October 2- 26 (M-F)

Break

October 29 (M)

Classes Resume

November 9 (F)

Last day of classes

November 12 - 16 (M-F)

Break

November 19 - 23 (M-F)

Final Examinations

 

Quarter 2

November 26 (M)

First day of classes

December 21 (F)

Last day of classes before Winter Break

January 8 (T)

Classes Resume

January 18 (F)

Last day of classes

January 21 (M)

Make up for Jan 7

January 22 - 25 (T-F)

Break

January 28 - February 1 (M-F)

Final Examinations

 

Spring 2019

 

Quarter 3

February 4 (M)

First day of classes

March 11 - 15 (M-F)

Break

March 18 (M)

Classes Resume

March 22 (F)

Last Day of Classes

March 25 - 29 (M-F)

Break

April 1 - 5 (M-F)

Final Examinations

 

Quarter 4

April 8 (M)

First day of classes

April 19 (F)

Last day of classes before Easter break

May 6 (M)

Classes Resume

May 31 (F)

Last day of classes

June 37 (M-F)

Break

June 10 - 14 (M-F)

Final Examinations

July 2 (Tu - tentative)

Commencement

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Learning Hub

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ACT's Learning Hub offers students a warm and supportive atmosphere in which students can receive assistance with their writing assignments and overall development of language skills. Located on the 2nd floor of the Bissell Library, the Learning Hub also houses the Math Tutoring services, and operates on an appointment or walk-in basis throughout the academic year, during which times both professional and peer tutors are available to students of all levels to assist them in improving their written and oral expression.

It is recommended that all first-semester students visit the Learning Hub to familiarize themselves with the Hub's physical layout and to discuss with a tutor the range of services that the Hub can offer during their years at ACT.

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English Requirements

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The language of instruction at ACT is English. Therefore, candidates are required to have a good command of the English language.

Prospective Greek Students

  • C1, C2 Certificate holders: accepted
  • B2 Certificate holders with high scores*: accepted
  • B2 Low Certificate holders with low scores: interview for placement
  • B1 equivalent Certificate holders: enter the “regular Program with language support”

Non-Greek prospective Students

  • C1, C2 Certificate holders: accepted
  • B2 Certificate holders with high scores*: accepted
  • B2 Certificate holders with low scores or B1 equivalent Certificate holders: take the English Placement Evaluation

If you do not meet the English language requirements for admission, the ACT English department will conduct an interview in English to assess your level. The outcome of the interview may lead you to either follow the regular ACT program with no additional English language support or to additional English instruction through the ACT English Lab in addition to the semester course load. The Lab is designed to assist incoming students to improve their English language skills.

*A detailed list containing names and levels of English language tests is availabe at the Admissions Office. For more info, please call 2310 398239.

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)

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ACT offers intensive TEFL courses at an Introductory and Advanced level. The introductory program is open to beginners with little formal teacher training, proficiency certificate holders and university students or graduates of English, while the advanced level course is aimed at relatively experienced teachers. The programs offer participants a solid grounding in current approaches to teaching English as a foreign language, with an emphasis on practical applications in classroom settings. 

Next TEFL session 

The next Introductory TEFL Program course will run for a total of 2 weeks, on the following dates:

February 20-23, 2018
Tuesday to Friday morning

and

February 28 - March 3, 2018
Wednesday to Saturday morning

Guided by an expert team of highly qualified TEFL instructors currently teaching at ACT, participants in the introductory program are taught to develop lesson plans, manage a classroom, design teaching materials for particular age groups, and teach grammar, listening/speaking, reading/writing and vocabulary. 

The advanced program is aimed at teachers with some classroom experience who wish to enhance their teaching effectiveness, as well as those teachers who seek practical experience and new ideas for creative second language training. Participants in the advanced level course acquire a deeper understanding of both the theory and practice of teaching English as a foreign language. Building on the participants’ prior knowledge of the standard components of an introductory TEFL program, the advanced program addresses more specialized areas of the field such as educational technology, teaching through literature, the age factor in teaching, testing and evaluation and other field-related modules. In addition, the program includes a guided classroom teaching practicum complementing instruction with substantive hands-on experience in real classroom settings.

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Special rates apply for teachers of English who prepare candidates for the MSU exams either privately or in foreign language centers. A 20% fee reduction is offered to current ACT students and ACT/Anatolia staff & alumni.

Participants in both programs will have the opportunity to:

  • Observe English classes being taught at Anatolia High School and Anatolia Elementary School
  • Practice teaching at Anatolia College

Introductory TEFL Program Overview

Participants will be trained to:

  • Develop lesson plans
  • Manage a classroom
  • Design teaching materials for a particular age group
  • Teach grammar
  • Teach listening/speaking
  • Teach reading/writing
  • Teach vocabulary
  • Use media applications for teaching
  • Incorporate creative teaching methods

The Introductory Certificate Program runs for 30 hours, plus practicum, the hours of which will be decided in consultation with the participants’ needs. The Program's meeting times are morning hours, over two weeks.

Advanced TEFL Program Overview

  • Understanding Teaching Methodologies
  • Teaching the Productive and Receptive Skills
  • Pedagogical Grammar 
  • Educational Technology
  • Teaching through Literature and Drama
  • Testing and Evaluation
  • Teaching Practicum

The Advanced Certificate Program runs for 50 hours. Meeting times are morning hours, over three weeks and a separate week for the Teaching Practicum in consultation with the participants.

Accommodation 

Limited on-campus accommodation may be available for program participants from outside Thessaloniki. Alternatively, ACT may assist with reservations at a conveniently located local hotel or room. 

Teaching Staff

Dr. Emily Bakola, BA, MA, PhD English, Cultural Studies
Her teaching career began at Stony Brook University in New York, where she  also completed her Ph.D. in Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies with an emphasis on film theory and visual culture. While at Stony Brook, she taught a variety of courses ranging from Comparative Literature, Academic Writing, Film Theory as well as many interdisciplinary courses such as Image/Text/Culture. In 2008 she began teaching in the International Baccalaureate program at Anatolia College, while at the same time she collaborated with Aristotle University teaching courses in Visual Theory as well as a graduate seminar in Visual media. In 2014 she began teaching at ACT as an adjunct instructor. Her areas of expertise are Film Theory/History, Visual Culture, Postmodern Literature and Theater and Psychoanalysis.

Ms. Fiona Cornes, BA, MA English, Contemporary Theatre Practice
Fiona Cornes has spent the major part of her life living, and later working, in different countries around the world. After receiving her BA, she spent eight months travelling the African continent leading to her MA in Contemporary Theatre Practice with a research focus upon African Theatre. Before moving to Greece, she spent two years working in Ethiopia teaching Theatre Arts courses at Addis Ababa University and five years in Zimbabwe running drama workshops, facilitating community performance projects and working with streetchildren. In Thessaloniki she teaches undergraduate English and Theatre courses, English A: Literature and Theory of Knowledge at the Anatolia International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and coordinates International Baccalaureate and Greek Lykeion High School students’ applications for undergraduate study in the UK. She is also teaching literature courses at ACT. She has supervised a student drama group and co-facilitated a primary school theatre-in-education project concerned with cultural diversity and integration. She is also an English Literature examiner for the International Baccalaureate Organisation. Her areas of expertise are African theatre, theatre for development, international-mindedness, creativity in the classroom.

Mr. Stephan Georgopoulos BA, MA, TESL (Spain)
Stephan was born in Ohio, U.S.A. He completed his BA in Philosophy and Teaching at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and then moved abroad to acquire a Creative Writing Certificate and an MA in Literature and Philosophy from Sussex University, England. He completed his TEFL training in Seville, Spain where he remained teaching Language Courses to all age groups for one year. Stephan is currently working on his PhD in Philosophy at Aristotle University, and is also a TA (Teaching Assistant) for the CTY (Center of Talented Youth) at Anatolia. His main interests are Hermeneutics, Aesthetics and Education. For the TEFL program he focuses on Creative Teaching Methods.

Dr. Eleni Godi, BA, MA, MPhil, PhD English
In addition to teaching standard English composition classes, Eleni Godi has been teaching English and American literature to adolescent Greek and international students for the past 20 years. After receiving her BA in English at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, she did a Master’s degree in English at Boston University, USA, which was followed by an MPhil in English Studies at Pembroke College, Oxford, UK. While teaching at the American College of Thessaloniki, she completed her PhD at Aristotle University exploring the market forces that shape the fortunes of literature. At ACT, where she has been teaching since 1989, she has designed a number of core and elective English and literature classes, served as Interim Chair of the English department and is now the coordinator of all ACT English courses and English support services, as well as the coordinator of the ACT TEFL programs.

Ms. Nicola Kondoyiannis, BA, MA, TESL (USA)
Nicola Kondoyiannis is currently an English Instructor at the American College of Thessaloniki. Born and raised in London, England she completed her B.A studies in languages at the University of London, Goldsmiths College before going on to the U.S.A where she gained her Masters in Teaching English as a Foreign Language(distinction) from St Michaels College , Vermont. She first taught English to Foreign students in Language schools in and around London as well as being a teacher trainer for the RSA/Cambridge TEFL cert. For the past twelve years she has been running her own Foreign Language institute. She lives in Thessaloniki with her husband and two sons.

Dr. Yvonne Kosma, BA, MA, Ph.D. Cultural Sociology
Yvonne Kosma holds a Ph.D. in Sociology of Culture from the University of Athens. Her doctoral thesis is about representations of gender in popular Greek cinema of the 1960s. She teaches media, communication and literary theory at the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT), as well as sociology of culture and aesthetics at the University of Athens. She is co-author of the book Ag(r)ia Paidia: Oriothetiseis tis Paidikis Ilikias sto Logo [Savage/Saintly children: The discursive limits of childhood], Thessaloniki: Epikentro, which is is a critique of classical structuralist socialization theories through representations of childhood in literature. She also co-edited the book Theoria tou Logou: Dimiourgikes Efarmoges [Discourse Theory: Creative Applications]Athens: Dardanos-Gutenberg. She is a reviewer of Journal of Youth Studies and Gender and Education. Her research interests include cultural studies, sociology, film and literary theory, popular cultures and gender.

Ms. Georgia Nenopoulou, BA, MA, TESL (USA)
Mrs. Georgia Nenopoulou is an instructor of English at the American College of Thessaloniki. She teaches academic writing and is especially interested in content-based instruction of language learning. She has received her BA degree in English and French literature at Simmons College in Boston and an MATESL degree at Saint Michael’s College in Vermont. In addition to teaching ESL for 23 years, she has been involved in teacher training and materials development.

Ms. Elisavet Tsakiroglou, BA, MSc, Secondary PGCE (UK)
Elisavet Tsakiroglou completed her BA degree in English Literature with Spanish at the University of Hertfordshire and continued her studies with an MSc in TESOL and CALL at the University of Stirling. The following year, she attended a Secondary PGCE in English at the Institute of Education, University of London. During that course she had been teaching English Literature and Poetry to Year 7 to Year 12 pupils of Chafford School in Essex and Hampstead School in London. Additionally, she was an active member of the EMA Department of Hampstead School and provided in class support to bilingual and refugee pupils in mainstream classes, and taught English as an additional language in withdrawal groups. The same year, she was awarded with QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) by TTA (Teacher Training Agency). Prior to joining the faculty at ACT, Elisavet was the Director of the English Language Support Unit of City College (International Faculty of the University of Sheffield).

Certification

Upon completion of the course participants receive a Certificate of Completion issued by ACT which is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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Certifications

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In addition to degree programs, ACT also offers specialized certificate programs in various fields.

Certificate programs are typically short-term and cover a specific subject in depth. ACT departments offer certificate programs in addition to the regular degree programs. These are ideal for students of other universities or other disciplines who want to gain expertise and know-how in specific subject areas.

CCNA

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Program trains students to design, build, and maintain computer networks. It is a beginning-level program that aims to certify a solid foundation in Networking. 

TEFL

The certificate program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is offered at two levels: Introductory and Advanced. The introductory level is open to beginners with little formal teacher training, English language proficiency certificate holders and university students or  graduates of English, and offers participants a solid grounding in current approaches to teaching English as a foreign language. The advanced level is aimed at experienced teachers of English and provides in-depth coverage of specialized subjects. Both levels include substantial hands-on practical training. 

Hellenic Studies

ACT offers to non-degree students the opportunity to gain a broader understanding of the rich heritage of Hellenism,both ancient and modern. Courses are taught by leading practitioners throughout the academic year, including duringaccelerated summer sessions. The certificate program consists of three academic courses, one language course, and study trips organized by the Office of Academic and Student Affairs.

Hellenic Studies courses currently in the ACT catalogue include the following:

• History 230, 231, 232, 301, 331
• Anthropology 210, 211, 221, 222
• English 288
• Greek 101, 104, 201, 202
• Humanities 204, 205, 209, 230
• Philosophy 220
• Art History 121, 220, 221, 224
• Music 120

For more information, contact the Admissions Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 2310 398239.

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Graduate Programs

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The Academic Director of each program 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 graduate programs offered by ACT. Interested parties should call 2310.398.398, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill in an online information request form.

Tuition and fees at ACT are competitive. We search for the most outstanding individuals who demonstrate the highest potential and who can make a difference, irrespective of their financial status. We are, therefore, committed to helping Program participants finance their studies. Applicants may apply for scholarships and financial aid once accepted into the program. For more information, please contact admissions.

Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission, candidates must:

  • Hold a Bachelor degree
  • Demonstrate competency in the English language

Although the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is recommended and strengthens the application, it is not required.

Candidates must submit:

  1. The Program's application form, either online or downloadable, including two recent photographs
  2. Copies of the undergraduate and/or graduate degrees acquired
  3. The official academic transcripts from each undergraduate and graduate school previously attended
  4. Two letters of recommendation, academic or professional
  5. Evidence of fluency in the English language. Candidates are required to either hold a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based) or 80 (iBT), or a minimum IELTS score of 6.5, unless their Bachelor degree has been awarded from an English speaking academic institution or the candidate is a native English speaker. Any other English certificate will be evaluated by the admissions committee. Applicants may, in lieu of the previously- stated requirements, complete a satisfactory interview with the Director of the MBA program.
  6. A current CV
  7. A non-refundable application fee of 70.00 Euro. The application fee should be deposited at one of the following bank accounts:

ALPHA Bank , Account number:  811-00-2002-004269 
IBAN:  GR82 0140 8110 8110 0200 2004 269  SWIFT:  CRBAGRAA

NATIONAL Bank,   Account number:  895/298006-10
IBAN:  GR32 0110 8950 0000 8952 9800 610  BIC:  ETHNGRAA

EUROBANK,  Account number:  0026 0520 16 0200109405
IBAN:  GR10 0260 5200 0001 6020 0109 405   SWIFT:  ERBKGRAA

PIREAUS Bank, Account number:  5239-072914-881
IBAN:  GR02 0172 2390 0052 3907 2914 881  SWIFT:  PIRBGRAA

After submission of their completed application form and supporting documentation, all applicants will be invited and must complete an interview with a member of the Graduate Admissions Committee. For candidates from outside Greece, telephone interviews will be arranged.

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Thessaloniki, Greece
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