Admission Regulations and Procedures for New Students
All first-year candidates are required to submit an application for admission along with the required material. Students may submit an application through the online portal or a paper-based one.
Applications are reviewed by the admissions director and the director of enrollment, who are familiar with a variety of school systems and transcripts.
Applicants are required to submit the following when applying for admission to the program:
- An Application Form.
- An official high school transcript of grades. If you have not attended an English- or Greek-speaking high school, an official translation into English is required.
- An official high school diploma. If you have not attended an English- or Greek-speaking high school, an official translation into English is required.
- Official evidence of proficiency in English. Students should submit an English certificate at a minimum level of B2, obtained in the last two years.
- A recent passport-size color photograph.
- A photocopy of either your ID card (Greek only: ταυτότητα) or your valid passport (all International students).
- A non-refundable application fee of 70.00 Euro. The application fee should be deposited at one of ACT’s bank accounts.
A copy of the bank receipt should accompany the application. For more information regarding fees and payment procedures please contact the Accounting office +30-2310-398219.
All application documentation should be submitted/mailed directly to the Admissions Office.
- Submit an application along with the supporting material.
- Pay the application fee.
- An interview with a member of the admissions office will be required at any stage of the application procedure.
- The admissions decision is communicated to applicants in writing and within two weeks from the time of receipt of the complete application.
- Admitted students are required to confirm their attendance in writing within a given deadline and as specified in the acceptance letter.
- Applicants whose application has been rejected may appeal at the ASPC committee for re-evaluation.
Applicants whose application has been rejected may appeal at the ASPC committee for re-evaluation.
Applications receive a priority number which determines the order in which successful applicants register for their first semester of course work.
ACT 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
Tuition and fees at ACT are competitive and the school’s intent is to ensure that academically strong students are provided with the means through the school's financial aid programs to attend. Please contact admissions for more information.
Contact Details: Admissions Office
ACT Admissions Office
The American College of Thessaloniki
P.O. Box 21021
555 10 Pylea
Tel. No: ++30-2310-398-398
Fax No: ++30-2310-398-389