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The American Farm School of Thessaloniki, Greece, was created in 1904, as an independent, nonprofit educational institution, with the mission to serve the rural population of Greece and the Balkans. The main educational divisions within the college include the Secondary School, the Dimitris Perrotis College of Agricultural Studies, and the department of Lifelong Learning.

The Study Abroad programs offered by the college give students the opportunity to gain hands-on work experience, whilst also carrying out research projects. These programs include Greek culture classes as well as a broad range of other study areas like service learning, The Greek Palate (Greek & Mediterranean Cuisine), From Zeus to Byzantium (Greek Mythology & the Early Christian Legacy), Introduction to the European Union, Agrotourism Principles & Practices, Precision Agriculture & Environmental Sustainability, Marketing Management, and others. Participants will also have the chance to experience a four-Day sailing trip to an Aegean island, hike Mt. Olympus and stay with a local family.

All Programs Available:
  • Business
    • Marketing
    • Business Studies
    • Agribusiness
  • Economics
    • Economics
    • Agricultural Economy
  • Hospitality, Leisure, Tourism and Travel
    • Tourism Management
    • Rural Tourism Management
  • Humanities
    • Greek and Roman Civilization
    • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Sciences
    • Environmental Studies
    • Crop Science
    • Agriculture
    • Plant Breeding
    • Food Sciences and Technology
    • Agronomy
  • Social and Cultural studies
    • European Studies
    • Cultural Studies
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Type of school

Private University




P.O. Box 23, Thessaloniki, Greece, Greece, 55132


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