The American College of Greece (ACG) is accepting applications for Constantinos and Anneta Arvanitis Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship offers new students 100% tuition reduction for the duration of their studies.
The American College of Greece (ACG) has given assistance to students who need help so that they can meet their educational expenses, thereby enabling students with demonstrated ability and promise to access a quality education, regardless of their financial circumstances.
The American College of Greece was established in 1875 by American United Church of Christ missionaries as a primary and secondary school for girls in Smyrna, Asia Minor and is considered Europe’s oldest and largest, comprehensive, U.S.-accredited academic institution and the largest private institute of tertiary education in Greece.
Course Level: Scholarship is open for pursuing undergraduate programme.
Study Subject: Scholarship is awarded to study the subjects offered by the university.
Scholarship Award: The Constantinos and Anneta Arvanitis Scholarship offer new students with a 100% tuition reduction for the duration of their studies at Degree, which cannot exceed 9 consecutive semesters. The scholarship is awarded on a rotating basis so that a new scholar is selected only after the previous recipient has graduated. The scholarship may be awarded in either the fall or spring semester.
Scholarship can be taken in Greece
Eligibility: In order to be considered, the applicant must:
- Meet all entrance requirements for admission to the College
- Have achieved a minimum Greek high school grade of 15.0 out of 20
- First preference will be given to students who have family roots from the regions of Aighialeia or Kalavryta and/or have graduated from a high school in Aighialeia or Kalavryta (Prefecture of Achaia, Peloponnese). In the event that no such students are identified, ACG will consider students with family origins from other areas of Greece who meet the qualifications after written notice to the donor or Mr. Georgios Karaouzas-Arvanitis or their legal inheritors. ACG will ask that she/he/they acknowledge such notice and his/her/their agreement in writing but shall be deemed to be authorized to make the award if neither response within three weeks of such notice.
- Demonstrate financial need (taking into consideration both personal and family income, as well as personal and family property and assets)
- Show academic promise
Nationality: Citizens of Greek are qualified to apply.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have achieved a minimum Greek high school grade of 15.0 out of 20.
How to Apply: Recipients are expecting to sign an agreement to annually submit a letter to the sponsor of the scholarship reporting on the recipient’s academic record and progress. The letter must include the recipient’s current CI.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is August 30, 2017.
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