Faculty-led Program in Greece (May)

Greece is a major force in the world economy and international relations. Through first-hand experiences of the Greek culture, this educational travel course provides students with opportunities to enhance their knowledge and capability of working in a culture different from their own. Having practical experience in a culture and society with profound historical roots provides insights for adapting to various cultures. Developing an understanding of that culture as well as the skills for working with international citizens in a wide range of situations provides UNI students an advantage when seeking career opportunities. 

While abroad, students will visit start-up companies and established industries, explore ancient archeological sites, and enjoy the natural beauty of the Greek islands. 

This program was so much fun. We got to explore so many different towns and cities together! I also learned a lot from the class, some skills and information I will use for the rest of my life. Highly recommend doing this program; you won't regret it! - 2023 participant

Best experience of my life. I learned so many things, saw a different part of the world, and even learned so much just being in Europe. I loved how everything was well planned out and organized. - 2023 participant

Dates & Deadlines

App Deadline: December 15, 2023 
Program Dates: Monday, May 13 - Monday, May 27, 2024

The study abroad center is no longer accepting applications for this program at this time. If you are interested in this program, please fill out the waitlist form below:

‌Faculty-Led Program Waitlist


BUSINESS 2100: Global Skills (3 credits)

Talk to your academic advisor about how this course would work for you! 

This course can fulfill a variety of credit options, such as UNIFI elective and UNIFI Human Condition Global category credit.

Students will study the Greek and Eurozone business environment, including the current state of affairs in the country and historical context of Greece and EU in the global economy. This will include discussions of the current Greek economic environment, the struggles of the Greece banking system, American/Greece foreign relations, Greece's participation in the EU, and more. Students will learn how to conduct business in Greece and will gain awareness of the influence of culture on important aspects of living and conducting business in Greece.


Participation in this program requires several class meetings throughout the spring semester, although the course is scheduled as a summer course. The Study Abroad Center will enroll participants in the course. Please contact the program's course leader for more information on academic requirements.  



  • Students planning to participate in the spring commencement ceremony in May can enroll in this summer term program, however, their degree will not be conferred until the end of the summer term and is contingent on the successful completion of the program and all required coursework.
  • Students attending colleges and universities other than UNI are welcome to participate in this program. If you are not currently a UNI student, but would like to participate in this program, please contact the UNI Study Abroad Center prior to starting your program application.

Program Costs

Estimated Program Cost: $5,999*

*estimated total cost of participation, actual amount depends on type of housing accommodation selected, actual airfare purchase price, personal spending habits, and other factors

Estimated Total Program Cost $5,999
Estimated U-bill Charges  $3,358
Estimated Out-of-Pocket Costs $2,641


Greece (May) Estimated Budget Sheet (PDF)

Cost of Studying On Campus at UNI*

*per semester, estimated, will vary per person

Tuition & Fees $4,527
Room & Board $4,580
Books $400
Personal Expenses $878
Transportation $320
Total $10,705

Source: https://admissions.uni.edu/cost-aid

‌Eligibility Requirements to Study Abroad

The Study Abroad Center reserves the right to determine participants' eligibility to study abroad. Students must have a completed study abroad application, including supportive recommendation form(s). Additionally, students must meet all of the following in order to be eligible to study abroad:

  • Have a cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher at the time of application and maintain this cumulative GPA prior to departure and throughout the study abroad process
  • If your cumulative GPA is lower than 2.5, submit the following to the Study Abroad Center (103 East Bartlett):
    • Letters of reference from two academic contacts (e.g. academic advisor and former or current professor) supporting your pursuit of study abroad. If you are attending a faculty-led study abroad program, one of the letters must be from a course leader. However, if the program has two course leaders, only one of the letters can be from one of the course leaders.
  • Must be over the age of 18 years old
  • Must meet the course prerequisites (participation in the program is dependent upon meeting these)
  • Must be in good standing with the university
  • UNI's partner institutions may require additional eligibility requirements to be met, these vary from institution to institution. Please consult with the Study Abroad Center staff to discuss these additional requirements, if applicable.
  • Applicants traveling to a region of a country or a country with an overall Travel Advisory Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) or 4 (Do Not Travel) will not be eligible.