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Updates regarding coronavirus COVID-19

In Fall 2020, ACT is planning to deliver its normal academic offerings with very little deviation. We are preparing for an on-campus delivery, but at the same time, since the virus crisis is not over, we are also developing all the necessary protocols and mechanisms that will ensure that campus presence is safe. Recognizing that some students may not be able to physically come to campus, we are also developing the necessary infrastructure that can accommodate them with real-time electronically mediated instruction.

For the latest guidance for students, faculty and staff, please follow the link below.

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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.


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. 


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.



17 Sevenidi St.
55535, Pylaia
Thessaloniki, Greece
Tel. +30 2310 398398
P.O.Box 21021