Search Home : Reference : Education : Colleges and Universities : Europe : Greece
- ALBA (Athens Laboratory of Business Administration): Offers MBA programs. The leading center of academic excellence in Business Administration for Greece, aims at fostering a new generation of executives, qualified for distinguished international careers in business. ALBA faculty comprises a small nucleus of Resident Professors and Visiting Professors drawn from the best Business Schools around the world. All are leading management academics, with extensive teaching, research and consulting experience and a strong publication record in top-ranking international academic journals.
- American School of Classical Studies at Athens: A `resource` for American scholars of the language, literature, art, history, archaeology, and philosophy of Greece.
- Anatolia: A six-year high school and US-accredited liberal arts college. Information about academics, alumni, and studying abroad. Thessaloniki, Greece.
- Athens University of Economics and Business: An institution which provides education both at the undergraduate and graduate level mainly in the fields of economics, business administration, management, marketing, and accounting and finance.
- Democritus University of Thrace: The University has achieved a place among the leading public universities in Greece. About 7,500 students are enrolled at the 11 departments of the University located at the three neighboring cities, Xanthi, Komotini and Alexandroupolis.
- Environmental Cartography-University of the Aegean,Greece:
- Hellenic Army Academy, Vari: The mission of the Academy is to provide the Army with Regular Officers of the Arms, the Technical, Supply, Transportation Corps as well as the War Material Corps.
- King Richard School Dhekelia Sixth Form: Situated in Dhekelia. Provides a sixth form UK education, primarily to sons and daughters of the British Forces' Cyprus personnel.
- MAST Educational Organization: Based in Athens. Offers bachelors degrees in Business Studies, Financial Studies, and Tourism in collaboration with the University of Central Lancashire.
- National Technical University of Athens: The oldest and most prestigious educational institution of Greece in the field of technology, and has contributed unceasingly to the country's scientific, technical and economic development since its foundation in 1836.
- T.E.I. of Athens: Technological Education Institute (T.E.I.) of Athens.
- Technological Educational Institute of Heraclion: Comprehensive site about the University.
- Technological Educational Institute of Kavala: Located at Agios Loukas, PO Box 119465404 Kavala, Greece.
- Technological Educational Institute of Larissa: TEI's are self governing Higher Education Institutions. Each is composed of at least two Schools each of which is composed of at least two Departments.
- Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki: Consists of five Faculties and twenty two Departments and has a student population of approximately 18000, the fourth position among the Greek Educational Establishments.
- The American College of Greece: The oldest and largest of the American-sponsored colleges in Europe. It includes three divisions: Pierce College (grades 7-12), The Junior College (2-year program), and Deree College (4-year program). Deree College awards a BA in Communications, Dance, Economics, English, History, History of Art, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology; and a BS in Accounting and Finance, CIS, International Business, Management, and Marketing.
- The American College of Thessaloniki: The American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) is a private, non-for-profit, four-year liberal arts college operating as the tertiary educational division of Anatolia College, one of Greece's oldest and most distinguished American schools. ACT is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (NEASC-CIHE). The College offers the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts degrees in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance, International Business, Marketing, and Management, Computer-Management Information Systems, English Language and Literature, History and International Relations with concentrations in Modern History and International Relations and Foreign Affairs, and Psychology. Two non-degree certificate programs are being planned for the future: the Cisco Certified Networking Associate program and a two-year course in Bilingual Translation.
- University of Athens: The University of Athens consists of five Faculties with a total of twenty-two Departments. In addition, there are seven independent Departments which do not belong to any of the Faculties.
- University of Ioannina: The University of Ioannina was the first Institution of higher learning outside the large city centres of Athens and Thessaloniki founded during the rapid expansion of tertiary education in Greece during the 1960's.
- University of Piraeus: Founded in 1938 under the name of the "School for Industrial Studies", by the Industrialists and Tradesmen Association.
- University of Thessaly: The seat of the University is the city of Volos, where the Governing Body (Board of Governors) and almost all of the administrative offices are situated. There are about 150 university teachers and almost 1700 students.
This category in other languages: