Healthcare in Greece
The Greek Healthcare system is composed of a National Health System or ESY (Greek: Εθνικό Σύστημα Υγείας, ΕΣΥ) which provides care for all Greek citizens through social insurance and a large voluntary private healthcare system. The healthcare facilities in Greece are split almost equally between publicly funded hospitals and private clinics.
- Emergency care is free in public hospitals to anyone, regardless of nationality
- The people are among the world’s healthiest populations
- Ancient Greek physician Hippocrates is the “father of Western Medicine” and introduced the Hippocratic Oath to the world of medicine
Step into the world where western medicine was born.
Stand where the first Olympians competed. Look over the birthplace of democracy from the steps of the Acropolis. Watch a performance at an outdoor amphitheater. The opportunities are limitless in Greece to experience ancient history and culture in a way textbooks could never describe. While the ancient ruins and history is impossible to miss, modern art has found its way in today's Greece. Venture off the mainland to Greece's famous islands and you'll experience a dreamy getaway with white-clad towns looking out over the Aegean Sea.
After taking in the historical sights, head to any of the iconic beaches Greece has to offer and enjoy white sand beaches and jewel-like waters. Catch a boat and sail towards the horizon. Not near a beach? Head to the mountains. Explore a volcano or hike through the forests. No matter where you are in Greece, cobblestone footpaths, big skies, and never-ending olive groves make it easy for days to fly by under the Aegean sun.
Finish your days off with some of Greece's traditional fare. Grab some moussaka or souvlaki fit to make your mouth water, and cap off the meal with some sweet, flaky baklava. Looking for something lighter? Head out with some friends and get a large plate of meze to share, the Balkan version of small plates. Don't miss out on the chickpea, eggplant, and yogurt-based dishes that are staples of the the Greek meze style.
When you step off the plane in Greece, be prepared to socialize. From city squares to small cafes, Greeks are always in the middle of a conversation, regardless of if they're walking down the street, eating dinner at a long table with family and friends, or ordering their next coffee at the local cafe. Regardless of where you are in Greece, be ready to have a conversation with someone new and learn about one of the most historic countries in Europe.
Locations in Greece
Learn more about The Atlantis Fellowship in Greece:
Meet Greece's Regional Director
Greece's Regional Atlantis Ambassador
Program fees for The Atlantis Fellowship in Greece start at $2995 and an additional $900 enrollment fee. There are various starting dates throughout the summer, from May-August. You can see specific program dates and fees above by looking through the "Locations in Greece."
If accepted, your enrollment fee is $900 USD, due within two weeks of acceptance. This nonrefundable fee reserves your placement and serves as a housing deposit. A separate program fee will be assessed according to the length of your program. Please note that flights are not included. If you have concerns about financing before applying, please contact our Admissions team at any time.