Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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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Associate Universities

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European Humanities University

LAPIN AMK

University of Lodz

University of Lorraine

University of Novi Sad

Vytautas Magnus University

University of Aveiro

Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa

UVSQ

University of Patras

University "Kadri Zeka" Gjilan

University of Agder

University of Orléans

Cyprus University of Technology

Instituto Politécnico
de Coimbra

HAN University of Applied Sciences

Politehnica University Timisoara

Oslo Metropolitan University

Universidade de Vigo

University of Cagliari

RUDN University

Selçuk University

Izmir Institute of Technology

Transilvania University of Brasov

Hasselt University

University of Parma

University of Split

University of Catania