We live in a time when everything is changing fast.
Just a few years ago, it would have seemed crazy to us to see driverless cars, to rent our home to a tourist, to watch series and movies on streaming websites rather than TV channels, or to think of becoming a start-upper like so many young people today. During our years of studies, nobody knows how many changes will have taken place; changes that might even make a degree seem obsolete. Just like a cassette tape, a floppy disk or an old-school photography film. At ACT, we believe that the role of a college today isn't to teach you things that will already have changed by the time you graduate, but to teach you how to adapt to every change. In today’s world, the choice is simple:
Embrace change. Study at ACT.
At ACT, the tertiary division of Anatolia College, we do not teach you what will have changed by the time you graduate. We teach you how to adapt to every change!
- Challenging, high quality and modular programs based on the US educational model, offering great flexibility through the combinations of majors and minors
- An active approach to learning that is service oriented
- An extensive need and merit-based financial aid program
- World-class facilities
- A diverse, multicultural environment
- Accreditation by NECHE in the US
- Validation for our undergraduate programs by Open University, UK
- Experienced and highly qualified faculty
- A dedicated, Career Services office that keeps students and alumni updated on new and relevant job postings
- New life-long learning programs and certificates
- A history of over 130 years in academic excellence, guaranteed by the name Anatolia College
ACT holds a license by the Greek Ministry of Education (License Number: 108256/05.08.2013, Government Gazette 1986B/14.08.2013).
According to law 4093/2012 and subsequent regulations (Government Gazettes: 229/19.11.12, 3324/12.12.12 and 258/08.12.2014), degrees awarded for programs of studies by ACT are eligible for recognition of professional equivalency to degrees awarded by the Greek public system of higher education.