Quick reference video on how to apply using the Abroad Office portal
Greece Program Resource Guide for Study Abroad (download)
Student Resources: How to Apply Checklists and other resources can be found here.
Area of Study: Business
Term to Study Abroad: Spring-Break 2018. This is the spring break period during the Spring semester. This period will not interfere with the Spring course schedule.
Orientation dates with the Study Abroad Office: To register for orientation with the Study Abroad Office, visit the orientation webpage here.
Open for Application in Abroad Office: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
All MBA students must complete the Abroad Office documentation by or before January 8, 2018, in order for your Academic Advisor to register students for the course. If you are a student taking the course affiliated with the program and it is required towards your graduation requirements, students will not be registered for the course credit until the proper documentation has been completed. Please note the academic calendar on course registration.
Closed for Application in Abroad Office*: Monday, January 8, 2018*
*Abroad Office student accounts and mandatory study abroad documentation must be completed in order to participate on a study abroad program. This may exclude Passport Photo Cover Pages and/or Visas due to delays in delivery.
Program Run Dates in March: March 2-11, 2018
Program Type: This is a faculty-led program with a Clayton State faculty member.
Program Fee: $3,200.00
Courses Offered: MGMT 6105 (MBA) / MGMT 6110 (MBA) / BUSA 6101 (MBA) / MKTG 3420 / MKTG 4420 / MGMT 4403 / MGMT 4800
Majors: Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Business Undergraduate students, and Undeclared/Undecided
Program Description: Study abroad program to Greece during Spring Break 2018! This is a great opportunity to visit Athens, Greece and study the economy of modern Greece while you are visiting many archaeological, historical, and cultural sites along the way.
What is included: Airfare, ground transportation, lodging (at 4-star hotels; shared rooms: two people per room), breakfast, several group meals, culture site and admission fees related to the program. Student Program fees also include faculty travel costs. Emergency medical insurance with CISI (learn more here).
What is not included: Clayton State tuition, fees, and books; Passport/Visa fees*; spending money; additional meals; transportation to and from Atlanta airport; Healthcare Clearance Form physician and medical fees*, travel insurance (learn more about travel insurance here). Tuition is separate from the study abroad costs and other associated fees. To learn more about tuition costs and fees, visit the Bursar's tuition page here to learn more.
Estimated Costs: Note that your program fees and tuition are separate costs. Program fees are the fees that pay for what is included in the program costs. Prepare for spending money and for additional meals. Speak to your Program Director for more details.
Learn more about this program by visiting our YouTube playlist to hear what previous participants had to say about studying abroad. Visit the website here.
Spring Break Payment Policy:
First Payment & Deposit: Monday, November 13, 2017, of $500.00
Second Payment: Friday, December 15, 2017, of $2,200.00
Final Payment: Thursday, January 18, 2018, of $500.00
Payments need to be made to the Bursar Office.
Health Clearance Form (note for payment and refund policy*): STUDENTS MUST MAKE SURE THAT THE REQUIRED HEALTH CLEARENCE FORM HAS BEEN APPROVED & CLEARED. IF YOUR HEALTH CLEARENCE HAS BEEN DENIED BY YOUR PHYSICIAN PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE WITHDRAWAL DATES. Students should complete the Health Clearance Form before Thursday, December 14, 2017, in order to receive a full refund, excluding the non-refundable deposit of $250.00 and any prepaid expenses. Remember, this form must be mailed by your physician or University Health Services (UHS) to the Clayton States’ Office of International Programs.
*If a student has any disability concerns for studying abroad, please review our ‘Disability Resource’ page for more information here or visit the Disability Resource Center on campus.
Spring Break Refund Policy:
Spring Break NOTES
Add/Drop/Withdrawal Periods from the Course: Students who are considering dropping the course need to refer to the Academic Calendar for the current semester to review add/drop dates, withdrawal dates, etc. to make sure these dates do not affect your withdrawal process from the study abroad program. If you have questions or concerns, speak with your Academic Adviser and Program Director. The Academic Calendar can be located here.
Program Director Contact Info:
Name: Dr. George Nakos, Professor of Marketing
Office: College of Business Bldg., Office T-256