Washington, D.C.'s American Hellenic Institute Foundation is now accepting applications for its seventh yearly "College Student Foreign Policy Study Trip to Greece and Cyprus".
The collegiate travels are scheduled for June 17th until July 3rd. The AHIF describes the travel abroad program as, "aimed to help Greek American college students better understand the core foreign policy issues important to the Greek American community"
The Foreign Policy Study Trip is open to Greek-American and Cypriot-American full time undergraduate and graduate students who are currently studying foreign affairs, international relations, political science, government, law, or history, and are in good academic standing at their university, with at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA. Participating college scholars will observe foreign policy issues pertinent to Greece and Cyprus, American relations, and interests in the Mediterranean region.
The academic trip will be filled with meetings and briefings by international delegates, but free time has been allotted for participants to tour cultural and historic sites in both nations. The "College Student Foreign Policy Study Trip to Greece and Cyprus" will depart in the nation's capital; its application deadline is set for March 31st, 2015. More information can be found at: http://ahiworld.org/media-center/announcements/2015/1929-2015-foreign-policy-study-trip.html.
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