To learn about travel advisories to Greece visit the U.S. State Department website.

Due to the current instability in global travel, we reserve the right to cancel the trip.

Sign-ups for the March 2024 trip to Greece are now open.

This program is open to undergraduate students.

To reserve your spot, fill out this form. If you have any questions about this program, please contact Joseph Thompson at

2024 Program Dates

Friday, March 8 - Saturday, March 16, 2024

Cost: Approximately $1,770 - $1,995

Beginning 2024, visitors traveling to Europe from one of the 60-visa exempt countries, are required to have a travel authorization to enter most European countries. Please visit the European Union website for more information.

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Greece Learning Abroad

Undergraduate Students Only.

Learn about business in Greece, with a focus on Culture and Commerce!


Students must enroll in the following course to participate in the program:

INTB 4397 International Business in Greece*
Joseph Thompson

*INTB 4397 class can be substituted as INTB 3355 or can count as an advanced business elective.

Course will be offered during Spring Session 4 (February 19, 2024 – March 29, 2024). All coursework will be completed ONLINE, with the exception of the trip to Greece and the Welcome Session, which will have to be completed in-person.

Cost & Payment Information

The cost of the program will approximately be $1,770 - $1,995. This includes hotel accommodations (double rooms), corporate visits, cultural visits, and city tours. Daily breakfast at the hotel, a welcome dinner and a farewell dinner, and an additional lunch and dinner are also included. The cost of the trip does not include airfare, health insurance, transportation to and from Houston airport, UH tuition, or any other meals. Because of the current international political climate, we reserve the right to cancel the trip any time prior to departure should we believe that student safety is compromised. In such a case, we will refund all fee payments made, but are not be responsible for airline ticket reimbursements or other related incurred expenses. We recommend that students purchase travel insurance.

Program Cost Includes:
  • Hotel accommodations
    • 7 nights, double occupancy
    • breakfast included
    • Welcome dinner and farewell dinner
  • Daily company and site tours
  • One dinner and one lunch, aside from welcome and farewell dinner
  • Transportation during traveling outside Athens
  • Two 5-day metro cards (valid for metro, bus, train, tram)
Program Cost Does Not Include:
  • UH Tuition: Each course is 3 credit hours
  • Airfare
  • Health Insurance Coverage
  • Voluntary Excursions
  • Other Meals
Cost Savings & Scholarships

Students have found a number of ways to reduce their costs associated with this trip. First, some students use their frequent flier miles to save on airfare costs. Second, many students have convinced their employers to pay for the program as part of an employer's educational reimbursement program. Third, some students who apply for scholarships receive some money, so we strongly recommend that participants apply for scholarships. Information about these can be found on the Learning Abroad Scholarship website.

International Travel Information

Participants must have a valid passport. Because a copy of your passport is required to sign up for the trip, if you do not have one you should apply for one as soon as possible. Students who are not U.S. citizens may require a Visa to enter Greece. It is the student's responsibility to verify visa requirements for their nationality. It is also the student's responsibility to acquire all necessary visas. Visit the state department's web site for more information about international travel.


Students are responsible for their own arrival travel arrangements. The program begins at 5:00 pm on Saturday, March 9th. Because most flights leave Houston in the afternoon and arrive in Athens the following day, students will have to depart Houston on Friday, March 8th.

During the Program

We will arrange all travel during the program at no additional expense to the student. This includes day trips, tours, visits to local businesses, and travel to and from Athens International Airport.


The program ends on Saturday, March 16th. Students may depart at any time that day or later.

Accommodation Information

Students will be provided double rooms upon arrival on Saturday until departure on the following Saturday. Breakfast is included, but other meals, phone charges, laundry, and other charges are not.

If students desire to arrive in Athens before Saturday or depart Athens after the following Saturday, all arrangements for accommodations need to be made directly with the hotel.