This fall CYA participated in 85 Study Abroad Fairs across the U.S., promoting the life-changing experience of living and studying in Greece. For more than two months, our tireless team was on the road, engaging with partners and students and spreading the word about the benefits of studying abroad.
CYA students set out to discover the secrets of traditional Greek cheesemaking
Last week a group of cheese-loving CYA students and our Director of Student Affairs, Nadia Meliniotis, visited one of Greece’s most famous creameries: the Kostarelos Cheese & Dairy Family Business.
CYA students proudly participate in the 36th Athens Authentic Marathon
Congratulations to the CYA students who ran and completed the Athens Authentic Marathon 2018. CYA staff and faculty are truly proud of their great achievements! Also congratulations to the students who volunteered at the Marathon and helped recycle all those plastic bottles used by Marathon runners, a very important contribution!
Popi Baloglu is CYA’s Director of Housing and Catering and the longest-serving member of the CYA staff. This year Popi completed 30 years working for CYA! During this time, she has been a key player in CYA’s operations and the go-to person for all issues relating to housing and food.
If you’re in Greece, you can already engage with gorgeous views and experiences. Ruins, art, a beautiful Mediterranean landscape – this country has got a lot to offer. But if you’re a CYA student, you have another opportunity to take part in something truly extraordinary: learning how to carve marble at one of the oldest studios in Greece.
Last week, U.S. Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt and his wife Mary Pyatt, held a garden party to welcome the new CYA Fall 18 students.
One hundred and forty students from 55 U.S. universities, CYA faculty and staff spent an afternoon at the Ambassador’s residence, enjoying the company and cordiality of the Embassy staff, the warm weather, and an American-style poolside barbeque.
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CYA is a non-profit educational institution that has been offering semester, academic year, and summer study abroad programs in Greece for over 5 decades. We are proud to be on the GoAbroad list of Top Study Abroad programs of 2017.
We are among the most elite international program providers, illustrating an exceptional dedication to the field and the ability to provide extraordinary program experiences in Greece.
Our devoted staff, faculty, and beloved alumni contribute to making CYA a truly life-changing educational experience.
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