Modern Greek Language Program
The Modern Greek Language Program has been offering courses in Modern Greek to foreign adult students in Athens since 1957. A variety of courses have been offered since then, and, every year, students from all over the world enroll in our courses.
Intensive and non-intensive courses are offered throughout the academic year and they cover all levels of language competency (basic to advanced). Students learn to speak, read, write and understand Modern Greek in a motivating and collaborative atmosphere.
Full range of courses at all levels (A1-C2) for adult non-native speakers of Greek and expatriates.
Faculty and academic staff are native speakers of Greek, have the necessary qualifications to teach Greek as a Second/Foreign Language, and are all experienced instructors.
Educational, cultural, and other events and services, especially for students.
Student assessment throughout each course.
eTutoring & Podcasts, "Greek on the Go" iPhone Application, Learning Greek Videos, Hellas Alive!©: distance learning program, Online placement test, Library, Information Center for International Students.
Examination for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek (examination levels, schedule, fees, registration period, etc)
Publications for those who learn Greek or want to teach Greek as Second/Foreign Language.
Values and goals of the Modern Greek Language Program.
- Apr 28, 2015
New Βeginners Greek course
From 2 through 26 June, Hellenic American Union is offering an intensive course to non-Greek speakers who wish to learn beginning-level Greek.
- Feb 6, 2015
Preparation Courses for the Examination for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek
The Modern Greek Language Program of the Hellenic American Union is offering Preparation Courses for the forthcoming May exams.
- Oct 8, 2014
Hellenic American Union participates at International Conference organized by the Center for Greek Language.
Hellenic American Union participates in an International Conference on the Teaching and Certification of Modern Greek as a Foreign/Second Language organized by the Center for Greek Language. The conference takes place in Athens (October 10,11, 2014).