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University of Ioannina

Following the foundation of the Society for Epirot Studies (1954), the request for the establishment of a Higher Education Institution, which would affirm Epirus’ cultural background and would promote the city of Ioannina and the wider region in every aspect, held strong. In 1964, an educational reform changed the organization …

University of Crete

Established in 1973, the University of Crete is a young public educational institution committed to excellence in research and teaching. The seat of the University is the Gallos Campus in Rethymnon, where the Schools of Philosophy, Education, Social, Economic & Political Sciences are located. The Voutes Campus in Heraklion is …

University of the Aegean

The University of the Aegean (UAegean) was founded in 1984 aiming to introduce new approaches in higher education in Greece and worldwide and to promote regional development. Situated in 6 picturesque islands in the Aegean Archipelago, the UAegean offers a unique natural, cultural and human environment for modern studies in …

Technical University of Crete

The Technical Univrsity of Crete was founded in 1977. The first students were admitted in 1984. The purpose of the institution is to conduct research, to provide under-graduate and graduate educational programs in modern engineering fields as well as to develop links with the Greek industry.The Technical University of Crete …

Panteion University

The history of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences can be traced back to the interwar period, owing to two enlightened individuals, Georgios Frangoudis and Alexandros Pantos. Despite being named after the latter, it was Frangoudis who (Limassol 1869 – Athens 1939) who was the true founder of Panteion.The …

National Technical University of Athens

Founded in 1837, almost along with the modern Greek state, NTUA is the oldest Technical University in Greece. Initially established by a royal decree “on architectural education” it was a technical school operating on Sundays and holidays which offered instruction to those desiring to master in architecture. Though, at a …