The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki counts over 100,000 students and is therefore the largest university in Greece and in the Balkans. The University was established in 1925 and provides students a comprehensive range of education and training opportunities. The Campus comprises the traditional buildings for lectures, libraries, a sport centre, a university camping, farm and forest reserves, and the School of Modern Greek Language.

A modern metropolis, Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and has been known throughout history as being the co-capital. Located on a bay that boasts splendid views to Mount Olympus coast, the city has a major port and serves not only as an economical centre, but also as a cultural and historical centre of Greece, with many restaurants, museums and beautiful sights.

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