Founded in 1971, BCA has formed a level of quality and study conditions unique among Greek educational institutions. This is the reason various UK higher educational institutions, such as Plymouth Business School, University of Huddersfield, London Guildhall University and London Metropolitan University, have trusted and collaborated with BCA over the course of its 50-year long history, through validating or franchising bachelor’s and master’s courses running in Greece. BCA was also one of the first educational institutions with branches in Geneva and Rome, and the first private college offering validated programs in Greece from UK Universities through exclusive agreements.
With over 1,000 students and more than 9,000 alumni, BCA has developed a balanced mix of curricula, combining both theory and practice. Each student has the ability to learn from successful professionals of the industry, receiving mentorship and guidance in order to gain the appropriate entrepreneurial mindset which lies at the core of the BCA philosophy.
Gaining from thousands of years of specific expertise in the fields of maritime training and hospitality spirit, while also drawing on the entrepreneurial talent inherent in the Greek psyche, all programs of study aim to create the visionary leaders that the rising global economy needs.