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Since 1997, Global Aviation (GR-ATO-102) has been offering Commercial and Private Pilot Training Courses. Global offers Integrated and Modular Courses for the Airline Transport Pilot (ATPL) and Private Pilot (PPL) Licenses as well as the Instrument (IR), Multi-Engine (MEP), Flight Instructor (FI) Ratings and Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) Courses. Moreover, Global is a certified test centre for the ICAO Level 4 Aviation English Language Proficiency Test (LPT), offering exams… [+] throughout the year. Global Aviation SA was founded by a group of aviation experts in 1997, having its base in Athens, Greece. The company acquired Aegean Aviation’s general aviation assets (maintenance base, fleet etc) and expanded rapidly, acquiring a fleet of new and pre-owned single and multi-engine Piper aircraft. Due to the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the company’s flight training base was relocated to Pachi Airport, Megara (LGMG), Greece’s major general Aviation airport. Since its incorporation, Global Aviation has a mission of offering top-quality services in the fields of, pilot training, aircraft maintenance and aircraft sales. Milestones Some major milestones in Global Aviation’s 17-year long history include: 1997: Approved by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) to offer PPL Training 2000: Became the first privately-owned academy to offer Commercial Pilot Training in Greece 2004: Approved by the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) to offer Private and Commercial Pilot Training 2008: First Greek academy to order a brand new FNPT II 2009: Became Bluebird Airways TRTO for the B737 2010: Commercial Pilot Training Courses were inspected and approved by Olympic Air 2011: Appointed official ICAO Level 4 Aviation English Test Centre for Aegean Airlines 2012: Appointed exclusive ICAO Level 4 Aviation English Test Centre for all Greek Air Traffic Controllers 2013: Appointed exclusive pilot training provider by the Hellenic Coast Guard for their officers’ training 2014: Invited by Ryanair, among few pilot training organizations in SE Europe, to participate in a presentation, regarding the airliner’s pilot recruitment process 2014: Extended its fleet, by acquiring a Piper Seminole PA-44-180 and upgraded its flight simulator to a brand new Elite S923 FNPT II MCC 2015: Extended its fleet, by acquiring an additional Piper Warrior PA-28-161 and completed the renovation works in the newly-acquired Maintenance Hangar in LGMG 2016: Extended its fleet, by acquiring 2 additional Piper Warriors PA-28-161 and a brand new Elite S812 FNPT II MCC 2016: Announced the cooperation with Ryanair for their new APC program, aimed at the academy’s graduates EASA Commercial & Private Airplane Pilot Training Courses Global Flight Academy is the oldest pilot academy in Greece. Having its administrative and ground school base in Piraeus and its flying base in the Civil Aviation Airport of Pachi, Megara (LGMG), Global Flight Academy has been training pilots for private and commercial courses, since 1997, when it was approved by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA). In 2004, the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) inspected and approved Global Flight Academy as Flight Training Organization (GR-ATO-102), according to Joint Aviation Regulations (JAR). In 2012, the academy adopted the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-FCL standards. EASA Cabin Crew Training Courses Global Aviation is approved by the HCAA and EASA to offer Cabin Crew Training Courses as GR-CCTO-102. All theoretical training takes place in Global Aviation’s ground school base in Piraeus. The courses’ practical training takes place in approved locations including the Athens International Airport in accordance with HCAA and EASA. Global Aviation offers 3-months long initial cabin crew training courses designed for individuals who wish to follow a career as cabin crew in the dynamic aviation industry and intensive cabin crew courses that can be tailored to meet the needs of domestic and international airlines. EASA approved Part M Organisation Global Maintenance Centre is offering top-quality aircraft maintenance solutions. Having its base in the general aviation airport of Pachi, Megara (LGMG), Global Aviation is certified by the HCAA and EASA to offer maintenance services for single and multi engine piston airplanes, as Maintenance Organisation EL.MF.004. Moreover, Global Aviation is a certified Continuous Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), offering continuous airworthiness management services for single and multi-engine piston airplanes as CAMO EL.MG.039. Piper Aircraft & Bombardier Business Jets Global Aircraft Sales is the exclusive distributor of Piper Aircraft in Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria, as well as a sales agent of Bombardier Business Jets in the region. Moreover, Global provides clients with a variety of carefully selected pre-owned aircraft that range from single-engine piston airplanes to luxury business jets. Moreover, having significant expertise in Aviation Consulting, Global Aviation provides clients with solutions including purchasing, owning, maintaining and operating their aircraft.
Welcome to Our Academy! SKIES AVIATION ACADEMY located in Thessaloniki and is the first Approved Training Organization under EASA regulations in Greece, GR ATO-122, that guides any individual from zero flying experience to Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) through our personnel’s knowledge, experience and quality training. Vision Statement To become the trusted leader in aviation industry in Europe by providing maximum quality professional training of future A… [+] irline Pilots and other aeronautical disciplines. Mission Statement To deliver the highest quality education by providing superior learning environment and safety in flight training that will allow each of our students to achieve their ultimate goal. We offer professional flight instructional and theoretical training courses from Private Pilot Licence (PPL) up to Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) with all associated Ratings for local and foreign students. No matter if you choose flying for your pleasure, or building your career as a professional pilot, we guarantee you the best training experience! We operate more than 330 days of VFR flying conditions from Thessaloniki International Airport - the second biggest airport in Greece and located 10 min away from our premises. The airport has 2 runways (2440m), ILS CAT II, VOR/DME, Radar approach and NDB. While becoming an Airline Pilot it is strongly recommended to have flying experience at mojor airports! Our Team The quality of education is judged by the quality of teaching instructors as well as by the technical facilities available for training. At Skies Aviation Academy both criteria are fulfilled. Our professional flight instructors are all with many hours of proven instructing experience both in the air and on the ground. Despite the course you are enrolled, our Instructor Team is always ready to help you in achieving your goal and beyond. Skies Aviation Academy is known for its tradition of training and for its highly qualified staff in Greece as well as abroad. Our Academy is the best place for those whose dream is to become a pilot with excellence and complete knowledge of their profession.
Our Vision BCA Group is one of the largest educational institutions in Greece, offering Bachelors and Masters Degrees in the fields of Business Management, Maritime Studies, Hotel Management and Psychology. Founded in 1971, BCA has formed a level of quality and study conditions unique among Greek educational institutions. This is the reason why 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 in the course of its 45-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 programmes in Greece from UK Universities through exclusive agreements. With over 1000 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. Plymouth University BCA is delighted to announce its partnership with Plymouth University, for all its academic programs starting September 2015. Plymouth University, “which aims to become the enterprise university”, is an ambitious, world-class institution and one of the largest universities in the UK with over 30,000 students and around 3000 staff. Plymouth University is officially a world class and award winning university. In the past year the University has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize, the highest honour that can be bestowed upon a British university. In the global 100 universities under 50 years of age, Plymouth University is in the top ten UK universities, and now ranks 50th in the Sunday Times league table of all universities. Regarding maritime and Shipping studies, Plymouth University along with BCA College, are among the very few educational institutions globally who offer and specialise in undergraduate and postgraduate Shipping Management education. With BCA’s leading reputation in Greece for teaching and learning and in partnership with Plymouth University, we are here to help you become a graduate distinguished by your academic credentials, together with a deep appreciation of sustainable enterprise. Furthermore, our new programmes aim to equip you with innovation and employability skills that will add real value to your CV. More emphasis is now placed at innovation and entrepreneurship modules across all our academic departments, which aim to create the leaders and innovators of the new rising global economy. Why Choose BCA? ESTABLISHED 1971 The oldest college in Greece, founded in 1971, offering British university degrees. 950 active students, 6500 graduates Student orientated approach: 10 students on average in each class, morning/ evening classes, 3 campuses, easily accessible by means of public transport Academic support for each student, personal academic advisors assigned to each student, supplementary English classes as well as supporting courses on basic subjects Labour market connection, establishment of an advisory board, comprised of prominent entrepreneurs, ship owners and chamber presidents. Highly qualified instructors, occupying important positions in multinational and domestic organizations, with wide experience in the field of shipping, tourism and business management. Research centre comprised of full and part time instructors, with active presence in prestigious academic conferences. 35 Βachelors & Masters academic programs of study, designed to satisfy the needs of the market and annual business projects by students. 80% of BCA’s graduates are absorbed into the labour market. Campuses BCA is housed in three modern and technologically updated buildings in the center of Athens, Glyfada and Kifisia. The buildings are specially designed and equipped so as to fully satisfy even the strictest educational requirements. Each is situated in prime, easily accessible locations, and all contain libraries, modern computer labs as well as every type of audio-visual means, according to the new perceptions in education. The comfortable spaces, the ergonomic equipment and every other necessary means, create an ideal educational environment. In addition, all the buildings are connected through a network so as to provide complete autonomy but also administrative support. Each building has a Studies Manager, Faculty Office, as well as Administrative Staff. The total surface area of the BCA educational facilities is 6,000 square meters. International Student Support We aim to ensure that your experience at BCA Business College of Athens is positive and valuable by providing our continuous support. We offer ongoing assistance to students and encourage them to integrate with our current International Students as well as the wider community. You will have the opportunity to participate in the campus orientation designed for all new students giving you the opportunity to become familiar with the campus, staff and the student population. Your feedback and recommendations are always welcome.
History Soon after the end of the German occupation of Greece, the issue of establishing a University on Crete was brought up and reached its peak during the 1960’s. However, although public demand for the establishment of a university on Crete was unanimous, there was also an intense rivalry between the two major cities on the island on which one would become the seat of that university. Finally, the solution to the problem was given in 1977 by the then Prime Minister K… [+] onstantinos Karamanlis, who made a balanced decision approving both the establishment of a University with faculties in Heraklion and Rethymnon and the establishment of a Technical University in Chania. The Technical University of Crete was established by the Law 545/77 on the “Establishment of a Technological Institution under the title Technical University of Crete and other provisions”. On July 17th 1977, the first Executive Committee of the Institution convened under the presidency of Professor Perikles Theoharis and in the presence of the then Minister of National Education G. Rallis, consisting of the Mayor of the City of Chania and the President of the Western Crete Section of the Technical Chamber of Greece, representing the local element which had shown great interest in the establishment of the University. The main task of this first Executive Committee in 1977 was to find land for the erection of permanent university facilities by commencing the expropriation procedure of 350 hectares of land. It is worth mentioning, at this point, the immense support of the local community on this matter. At the same time, the Executive Committee also dealt with the organization and recruitment of the university services but mostly with the legal framework for its operation. As a result of the Executive Committee’s dedicated work, a great number of decrees were issued, the most important of which is the Presidential Decree 1140/80 on the “Establishment of Higher Education Schools, Departments and Research Institutes as well as posts of Professors at the Technical University of Crete”, which provided for the establishment of three Schools: a) Technical Sciences, b) Applied Sciences and c) Architecture and Spatial Planning. Each School would comprise four Departments. Apart from its work on the legal framework of the Institution, the first Executive Committee was responsible for the acquisition of three historic buildings (Old Prisons, Old City Hall, or Arsenal and the Venetian Loggia), the drawing up of studies for their restoration as well as the drawing up of studies for the Initial University Facilities. The Committee proceeded in purchasing computers, books and 479 magazine titles for the Central University Library as well as in setting up electoral bodies for judging the candidatures for the calls for tender regarding Educational & Research Personnel positions. After 1981, a new Executive Committee was set up under the presidency of Professor Thales Argyropoulos (1982-1988) from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and later, under the presidency of Professor Theodore Lianos (1988-1989) who was a faculty member of the Higher School of Economic and Commercial Studies (ASOEE). The new Executive Committee completed or revised decisions of the former administration with reference to basic issues such as the housing problem and the educational programming. As far as the housing problem was concerned, it gave priority to the development of the University inside the city by renovating the Old Venetian Prisons and Barracks, acquiring and renovating the former French School, acquiring the Military Division complex of buildings by the Ministry of National Defence, securing the use of the Hatzidakis camp in Halepa and putting forward studies for the erection of buildings on it. At the same time, the project of the erection of university facilities in Akrotiri was put forward while the expropriated land for this purpose had been cut down by 60 hectares compared to the initial surface. The foundation ceremony of the university facilities in Akrotiri took place in December 1988. As far as the educational programming was concerned, significant changes took place, based, of course, on the new legal framework that had started to form in the meanwhile but had definitely reversed the programming of the Executive Committee of 1977. The capstone of the philosophy of the Executive Committee of 1981, with reference to the educational programming, was the issuing of the Presidential Decree52/83 on “the structure of the Technical University of Crete into Departments and Sectors, the procedure of electing permanent faculty members and prerequisites on the independent function of the Technical University of Crete with elected governing bodies”. Instead of three Schools and 12 Departments that were provided for in the P.D. 1140/80, the new P.D. 52/83 provided for the establishment of 6 Academic Departments: Production Engineering and Management, Mineral Resources Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Sciences Department. In 1984, the first faculty members were appointed. During the academic year 1984-85, the Production Engineering and Management Department started running its educational programme and admitted its first 120 students together with the Sciences Department. The Mineral Resources Engineering Department followed in 1987-88 and the Electronics and Computer Engineering Department in 1990-91. Later on, and after the University had become independent, the Chemical Engineering Department became an Environmental Engineering Department and admitted its first students in 1997. Finally, in 2004 the Architectural Engineering Department was established and welcomed its first students. In September 1989, the new Executive Committee, presided by the Professor of the National Technical University of Athens Mr. Ioannis Tegopoulos together with the Professors of the Technical University of Crete Mr. Antonis Foskolos and Mr. Joachim Gryspolakis as vice-presidents, decided to change the spatial planning orientation of the expansion of the university. They abandoned the idea of further expanding the university within the city of Chania and rapidly promoted the development of the facilities of the university in Akrotiri. The University assigned facilities such as the Hatzidakis camp and the Venetian Loggia to the Municipality of Chania for other uses. The buildings that were kept in order to be used by the university itself include the Venetian Complex of the Old Prisons and Barracks, which now house the Rectorate offices as well as the offices of administrative and financial services, whereas the facilities of the former French School in Halepa now accommodate the Department of Architectural Engineering. In this way, the University maintains its necessary cohesion with the city of Chania and its social fabric. But, most important of all, this policy enabled the housing of the rest of the academic departments of the university within campus in Akrotiri, which offered the possibility for the erection of suitable lecture halls, laboratories and infrastructure that modern requirements dictate for a Technical University. In 1993, all the necessary legal requirements were met and thus, all the Departments of the University became independent and have been operating since then with elected governing bodies. As soon as these requirements were met, the procedure for the election of a Rectorate was initiated, thus establishing the independent operation of the Technical University of Crete. Professor Yannis Phillis became the first Rector of the Technical University of Crete assisted in his functions by the Vice-Rectors Professors Ioannis Siskos and Theodore Markopoulos, who took on their office on 8.12.1993. Since then, the Technical University of Crete has been making continuous and significant progress. The high quality of the faculty staff, the scientific partners and the administrative and technical personnel guarantee the University’s future growth. The campus is certainly one of the best in Greece, with modern lecture halls and research facilities, library, student hall of residences, restaurant and recreational areas. New Departments are scheduled for the future and at the same time, the contribution of the Technical University of Crete in research is broadly appreciated, as the Institution is now recognized as one of the most prestigious research institutions in Greece with hundreds of research programmes in progress. The Technical University of Crete is now recognized both as an educational and research institution in Greece and internationally and can therefore envision with great optimism its future. Future Goals Emphasis on providing top quality education (TUC graduate unemployment rates between 3 & 4%, first-time employment 1 to 6 months after graduation) Conducting innovative research (the Technical University of Crete is one of the two most active universities in the country with the highest number of research results) Creation of a Regional Innovation Pole and Technological Park Effort in supporting innovation (through incubators) Organization of seminars for the proliferation of technology and innovation Cooperation with local authorities in solving environmental & organizational problems etc. Campus The campus is undoubtedly the heart of TUC: students, professors, lab technicians, administrative employees, all meet on campus on a daily basis. Common reference points of all students are the Library, the IT & Communications Centre, the Hall of Residences, the University Restaurant and Cafeterias as well as the Sports Facilities. And because your time as a student should not be spent only on books and studying, make sure you discover a life outside classrooms and lecture halls, even more interesting and exciting, by participating in one of the student groups and associations (cultural and political), which set the tone on campus!
HISTORY OF THE IOA In 1927, Pierre de Coubertin was invited by the Greek government to Olympia, to attend the unveiling of a commemorative stele created in order to honour his actions to revive the Olympic Games. During his stay in Greece, he discussed the need for an academic centre for the study of the Olympic Movement and its trends with his friend Ioannis Chrysafis, who headed the Department of Physical Education at the University of Athens. Coubertin believed that… [+] the Olympic Movement should not deviate from its educational objectives and had written: "I have not been able to carry out to the end what I wanted to perfect. I believe that a centre of Olympic studies would aid the preservation and progress of my work more than anything else, and would keep it from the false paths which I fear". Coubertin's ideas were in accord with the aims of the Hellenic Olympic Committee, which wanted to set up an academic centre modeled after the ancient Gymnasium, to lay down the foundations for the educational value of sport by carrying out studies and organizing classical games. The sudden deaths of Chrysafis (1930) and Coubertin (1937) prevented them from implementing their ideas.One year after Coubertin's death and following his own wish, his heart was placed inside the commemorative stele in Ancient Olympia. This rekindled the idea for the establishment of a centre for the Olympic Games in Ancient Olympia. The project was taken up by Ioannis Ketseas, a student of Chrysafis at the National Gymnastics Club and Secretary of the Hellenic Olympic Committee and the German Carl Diem, a close associate of Coubertin devoted to the Olympic Movement and education. Diem and Ketseas, who had worked together for the first Torch Relay from Olympia to Berlin in 1936, decided to work toward the realization of a Centre of Olympic Studies. By 1938 they had prepared a plan for an institution named International Olympic Academy and had submitted it to the Hellenic Olympic Committee. The HOC adopted the plan, and that same year, incorporated in its Charter the establishment and operation of the IOA, as one of the Committee's aims. At the 38th IOC Session in Cairo, the members of the IOC were informed by the HOC about the law recently adopted for the establishment of an Olympic Academy in Greece. One year later, in the 39th IOC Session in London, the IOC decided to place this foundation which would promote the Olympic ideals through education under its auspices. Following the end of World War II, a detailed memorandum about the operation of the Academy, drafted by Ketseas and Diem, was submitted to the 41st IOC Session in Stockholm in June 1947. On the 28th of April 1949, the 44th IOC Session in Rome unanimously approved the establishment of the IOA, and assigned its implementation and operation to the Hellenic Olympic Committee, under the auspices of the IOC. Several years later and after a long struggle, the first IOA Session was scheduled for the summer of 1961 to coincide with the opening ceremony of the ancient stadium of Olympia, which had been excavated thanks to the initiative of Carl Diem, who ensured the expenses for the project. The International Olympic Academy was officially inaugurated on the 14th of June 1961, and the proceedings of the first Session were headed by Cleanthis Palaeologos, Director of the Physical Education Department of the University of Athens, and the German Professor Lotz. From 1962 to 1990 the academic pursuits of the Academy were coordinated by its late Dean, Otto Szymiczek, whose contribution to the development of the Academy was invaluable; along with Professor Palaeologos, who had been made Honorary Vice-President of the Academy, they charted the course for three decades, and were both awarded the Gold Medal of the Academy.The contribution of N. Nissiotis, Professor of the philosophy of religion, was also instrumental in the scientific development of the IOA. He presided over the Academy from 1977 to his death in 1986. During its first decade of operation, the activities of the IOA were limited to the International Session for Young Participants. From 1970, the IOA progressively implemented additional educational programmes devoted to the issues of the Olympic Movement. Today, many different events take place every year on the premises in Ancient Olympia. Until 1966, participants lived in tents, and the Sessions were held under the pine trees. The first buildings were completed in 1967, and they have gradually been added to with sports facilities and new buildings. The new conference centre was completed in 1994, bringing state of the art facilities to the service of the participants. In recognition of its contribution to the humanistic aim it serves and to the development of the Olympic Movement, the IOA was awarded the Bonacosa Award in 1961 and 1970, and the Olympic Cup in 1981. THE VISION TO EXPLORE AND ENHANCE THE CONTRIBUTION OF OLYMPISM TO HUMANITY IN THE 21st CENTURY The International Olympic Academy functions as a multicultural interdisciplinary centre that aims at studying, enriching and promoting Olympism. The foundation of such an institution was inspired by the ancient Gymnasium, which shaped the Olympic Ideal by harmoniously cultivating body, will and mind. The organization of the first Olympic Games of the 21st century in Athens took place in a context of changes at an international level which affect every aspect of human thinking and activity.We, our cultures and our civilizations have already entered a greater transitional period in which the images of the world that we were used to taking for granted are being altered. The interrelated scientific, technological, economic, political and social developments that characterize the course of humanity towards the third millennium are influencing each and every idea, norm and institution of our international community.This dynamic wave is also opening up new forms of dialogue for the future of Olympism. Moreover, as can be seen through the study of its age-long history, the Olympic Ideal has always been conceived and formed according to the wider conditions prevailing during different periods in time. The birth, the prosperity, the decline and the revival of the Olympic Games have all been the reflection of the wider cultural conditions that shaped each era. The speculations and potentials still evolving out of the Olympic Movement are naturally arising in the realization process of such an Ideal. "Olympism", after all, in the words of Pierre de Coubertin, "is not a system, it is a state of mind. It can permeate a wide variety of modes of expression and no single race or era can claim to have the monopoly of it". The International Olympic Academy provides a unique opportunity for students, academics, athletes, artists and officials from all over the world to exchange ideas and share this "state of mind" in Ancient Olympia. The wide variety of educational sessions, academic programmes and in depth research studies that are offered, all aim towards serving the vision of the International Olympic Academy for the new century: to explore and enhance the contribution of Olympism to humanity. MISSION THE MISSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC ACADEMY The aim of the International Olympic Academy is to create an international cultural centre in Olympia, to preserve and spread the Olympic Spirit, study and implement the educational and social principles of Olympism and consolidate the scientific basis of the Olympic Ideal, in conformity with the principles laid down by the ancient Greeks and the revivers of the contemporary Olympic Movement, through Baron de Coubertin's initiative. The mission of the IOA is: 1. To function as an International Academic Centre for Olympic Studies, Education and Research. 2. To act as an International Forum for free expression and exchange of ideas among the Olympic Family, intellectuals, scientists, athletes, sport administrators, educators, artists and the youth of the world. 3. To bring together people from all over the world, in a spirit of friendship and cooperation. 4. To motivate people to use the experiences and knowledge gained in the IOA productively, in promoting the Olympic Ideals in their respective countries. 5. To serve and promote the Ideals and principles of the Olympic Movement. 6. To cooperate with and assist the National Olympic Academies and any other institutions devoted to Olympic Education. 7. To further explore and enhance the contribution of Olympism to humanity.
The International Hellenic University (IHU) was established by Law No. 3391 in October 2005 and is based in Thessaloniki, Greece. The IHU is Greece’s first state university, where programmes are taught exclusively in English. Our philosophy is based upon the following three concepts: Academic excellence Practical relevance International Outlook With backing from the Greek State and the regional business community, the IHU aims to develop as one o… [+] f Europe’s leading research and academic institutions. It already attracts a strong international academic faculty and outstanding students from Southeast and other European and Black Sea countries. As a state University, all degrees awarded are accredited by the Government and are recognized in the European Union and internationally. The IHU offers sought-after postgraduate degrees in three Schools: School of Economics, Business Administration & Legal Studies Executive MBA MSc in Management MSc in Banking & Finance MSc in Environmental Management and Sustainability (Specialisation Streams: Environmental Management, Sustainable Tourism Management) MSc in Strategic Product Design (Specialisation Streams: Product Development, Operational Design) MSc in International Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Management LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Energy Law MA in Art, Law and Economy MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management School of Humanities MA in Black Sea Studies MA in the Classical Archaeology and the Ancient History of Macedonia School of Science and Technology MSc in Information & Communication Technology Systems MSc in e-Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship MSc in Mobile and Web Computing MSc in Communications and Cybersecurity MSc in Energy Systems MSc in Energy Management MSc in Energy Building Design Faculty The International Hellenic University has a strong faculty comprised of academics dedicated to research and teaching excellence. They work closely with an impressive visiting faculty of internationally distinguished academics. The programmes have been developed by experts with experience in developing courses of studies both in Greek universities and in top international universities and postgraduate programmes. The multicultural environment of the International Hellenic University is a guarantee for exchange of ideas and cooperation among students with different cultural backgrounds. Do not miss the chance for quality studies in a university funded by the European Union that operates according to the highest academic standards. Applying for a postgraduate programme To be considered for a postgraduate programme at the IHU, candidates are required to have: a good university degree in a relevant subject from a recognised University proof of English competence (Proficiency or recently acquired IELTS or TOEFL) two academic references A personal interview may be required. To be considered for the EMBA programme, candidates are required to have, in addition to the above mentioned requirements, a minimum of two years’ full-time work experience gained after graduation. Applications are open until all the available places are filled. Therefore you should apply as early as possible to ensure place availability. The courses start every October, apart from the EMBA which starts every January. Apply now! For more information you can download our 'IHU prospectus 2013' at www.ihu.edu.gr. IHU in the Social Media! Are you a social networking fan?Do you want to be up to date with the IHU’s latest news?Join our fanpages, post your comments, check our videos and be part of our international student community! Where to find us: University Campus International Hellenic University 14th km Thessaloniki - Nea Moudania 57001 Thermi, Thessaloniki Greece
Welcome to TEI Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ) The TEI Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ) was established in 1976 under the name TEI Kavala. The present form is the result of institutional reforms and changes. First opened as Center for Technical Education (KATE), one year after a Center for Technical Training (KATEE) and in 1983 as Technological Educational Institute (TEI). The 2001 Technological Educational Institute (TEI) and since 2007 as a Higher Education I… [+] nstitution (HEI). Initially (1976-1983), the KATE / KATEE had six departments, known today as the ancient Departments of TEI. In 1985 founded the first Annex of TEI in Drama where he settled the Department of Forestry and Natural Environment Management, but which was launched in 1986. In the same year founded and Business Administration, which joined the Economics and Management School (GFS) . During 1999-2007 4 more departments were added to TEI AMTH, known as Enlargement Departments. With the operation of the second Department of Drama, that of Landscape Architecture (2003), was established and 3rd Faculty TEI AMTH named School of Agricultural Technology (STEG). In 2009 it was founded a third Drama Department, the Enology Department, which does not belong to STEG but operates as an independent department until institutionalize the School of Agricultural Technology and Food Technology and Nutrition where science belongs. The current building of TEI Eastern Macedonia and Thrace is a cardioid building with unparalleled views field to the gulf of Kavala. Its construction began in 1983 and finally surrendered in 1995. The complex (campus) occupies an area of 132,000 m2 with cover 36.000 m2, of which 11,000 m2 are classrooms, 11.000 m2 workshops (TOL and Repair), 11.000 m2 are three dormitories capacity 450 beds and 3,000 m2 are the building of the Library. ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ operated six separate Postgraduate Programs (PSP). With the exception of the newest Departments of TEI Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, Oenology and Landscape Architecture, for which imminent issuance of Presidential Decrees (PD) all other departments have statutory occupational rights. The ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ is in the top ten among the 16 TEI and 28th among 82 universities and colleges in the country. In the world ranking is in the first half (position 5264) of 12,000 best universities in the world. The measurement (methodology) is in line with the Cybermetrics Lab indicators, in particular those related to the production and academic publication of scientific knowledge. The educational process at ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ carried out by the teaching faculty members (permanent) which are hierarchically divided into 4 classes: a) Professor b) Associate Professor, c) Assistant Professor and d) Lecturer. The members of the OP are assisted in their work by Scientific and Laboratory Associates (temporary), from lab technicians and administrators. The ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ gives particularly great importance to research and innovation. Its aim is to establish strict procedures of research excellence at all levels of academic functioning. To this end the TEI AMTH publishes two journals in English. AN important institutional tool that connects the academic staff of the ΤΕΙ ΑΜΘ research and innovation is the East Macedonia and Thrace Technological Research Center (TRC-AMG). The Centre was founded in 2004 and is a private entity (private entities), and operates in seven sectors: a) Radiation b) Fuel, c) Marble, d) New Product Planning, e) Marketing f) Computer and g) Environment.
ACT (American College of Thessaloniki) is the tertiary division of Anatolia College, an institution with a long and prestigious history that dates back to 1886. ACT is accredited in the United States by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. In addition to ACT having full NEASC accreditation, the undergraduate programs delivered at ACT are also validated by Open University, UK. ACT has also been… [+] granted a license by the Greek government to operate as a private post-secondary educational institution (“College”). ACT's comprehensive undergraduate curriculum offers Bachelor degrees in Business (with 4 concentrations), Computer Science, Business Computing, International Relations, English (with 2 concentrations) and combined bachelor degrees in Tourism and Hospitality in collaboration with renowned educational institutions in Switzerland and the U.S.. Moreover, the college offers a Master of Science (MS) in Hospitality and Tourism Management and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with concentrations in Banking & Finance, Entrepreneurship, Management, and Marketing in the Digital Era. ACT also offers an extensive need and merit-based financial aid program.
Cretan Eagle Aviation has been operating since 2002 from Nikos Kazantzakis Heraklion Airport on the island of Crete located at the most southern point of Greece. Nikos Kazantzakis Airport is operating in a 24 hour basis enabling us to provide training without restrictions day or night. The flight training takes place over the beautiful island of Crete and surrounding islands like Karpathos, Santorini and others. Our fleet includes a Cessna C172R, a Katana DA-20A1,… [+] a Piper Arrow PA28, as well as a Dual engine Piper Seneca. E-LEARNING GROUND SCHOOL The ground training can be done remotely by flight instructors via computer in case you are away from Iraklion. You can try out the Cretan Eagle Aviation online tests in the website in order to be prepared for the examinations “Come fly with us over Crete and The Aegean Islands and live an experience of a lifetime.”
In the present, evermore globalized era, there is without any doubt, a need for homogenized curricula at a European level and a need for institutions that can offer students qualifications, knowledge and skills that are recognized across national borders. Aiming to be continuously at the forefront of research and education, the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) has created a higher education institution under the name of “European Law and Governance School” (ELGS), whi… [+] ch constitutes the materialization of this need. The European Law and Governance School is founded upon the belief that the European Union plays a crucial role in ensuring global stability, promoting democracy, and the overall progress of mankind, and that the core values of the European Union must be upheld while it strives for better integration. The ELGS also believes that the key source of hope and the only path to successful integration is through the proper education and training of the youth of Europe. Thus, the Vision of the is to create a generation of youth that will identify themselves as Europeans, that will serve Europe, and that will disseminate the idea, culture and values of Europe throughout the world. Inspired by the values that lie at the heart of the European Union, such as fundamental rights, the free movement of professionals, goods and services, and the creation of a single market system, as well as by the challenges and opportunities created by these policies, the ELGS has identified the need to create a new form of education that is Pan-European in character. This education must start at the undergraduate level in order to create and prepare the next generation of legal and governance scholars to work within the fast-evolving European and International institutional structures. Scope and Goals The European Law and Governance School (ELGS) is a modern international school with the aim and mission to offer Excellence in tertiary levels of Education in the fields of European Law and Governance. The School aims to shape socially responsible leaders of the future with inquisitive minds and free spirits. It aims to shape the European Citizens of tomorrow who belong to Europe and serve to promote European values. The ELGS is committed to educating the next generation of Europe and the World’s legal practitioners, public administrators and world leaders by imparting them with the knowledge necessary to effectively work within the fast evolving European and global institutional structures that transcend national frameworks, and the skills to confront and address the new global opportunities and challenges. The ELGS provides interdisciplinary undergraduate, postgraduate courses, and Executive Education courses, with fresh material and a unique design. Three pillars encompass this establishments’ policy and values: to offer Excellence in education through theory, practice, and transversal skills development, to promote Innovation and Intellectual Curiosity through a supportive and flexible environment, to encourage Change in society by cultivating the European citizens of tomorrow. Why study at the ELGS It offers one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary curricula taught by a faculty network of the world’s best dedicated to creating the leaders of tomorrow delivered at a stunning and culturally rich location
Founded in 2014, Aviatec was established to meet a pressing need for professional training in aviation. The objective set by our team was to create a modern training center of international studying, concentrating on a single and total solution, the full spectrum of aeronautical maintenance and aircraft mechanical engineering training programs - from aviation technician to full engineering degrees - with customized or full time courses and continuing with more education… [+] options for professionals. Training for aircraft mechanical engineering can be provided in our facilities located in Athens, Greece and soon at the client's facility. Students from all over the world are welcomed to benefit from the training activity this center is launching and requiring EASA 147 certification in the following areas: EASA Part 147 approved cat. A, B1.1, C Basic Courses Type training courses on Boeing B737 NG,Boeing 737 CL,AS332 Super Puma Special aviation courses for Crew and Maintenance personnel Aviation Consulting EASA Continuation Training Aircraft Ground Handling Training Airline Management and Commercial courses For detailed information contact us at email@example.com Mission Aviatec's target is to provide excellent learning to existing and potential Aviation professionals and render them knowledgeable and competent to properly perform their duties. We also aim to add value in their employing organizations and become contributing members of the highly demanding, in terms of Safety, Quality and Productivity, Aviation Industry. Vision Aviatec's vision is to be respected and appreciated by Regulatory Authorities and our customers for the outstanding quality of our services and the effectiveness of our learning programs. Our target is to provide excellent learning to existing and potential Aviation professionals and render them knowledgeable and competent to properly perform their duties. We also aim to add value in their employing organizations and become contributing members of the highly demanding, in terms of Safety, Quality and Productivity, Aviation Industry. Quality Policy We are committed to high standards of Customer Satisfaction and will strive for Continual Improvement in our training and examination processes to ensure sustained and consistent quality of our services. We accomplish this through the following course of action: On customers: We listen to our customers, understand their learning needs and expectations and endeavour to satisfy those needs and expectations in a way that meets the expectations of our other stakeholders. On Leadership: We establish and communicate our vision for the organization and through our leadership exemplify core values to guide the behavior of all. On People: We involve our people in the organisation’s development, capitalize on their knowledge and experience, recognize their contribution and provide an environment in which they are motivated to realize their full potential. On Processes and systems: We take a process approach towards the management of work and manage our processes as a single system of interacting processes that produce outcomes that satisfy all our stakeholders. On Continual Improvement: We constantly review our system and performance with the attitude that they always can be improved; we will look at failures as learning opportunities and not as finger-pointing (blaming people) events. On Decisions: We base our decisions on the logical and intuitive analysis of data collected from our monitoring activities. On Supplier relationships: We develop alliances with our suppliers and work with them to jointly improve performance. On the environment, health and safety: We operate in a manner that safeguards the environment and the health and safety of our trainees, our staff and anybody who could be affected by our operations.
Olympus Aviation Academy is founded and operated by veteran air force and civil aviation Flight Instructors, following the highest of EUROPEAN CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY/EASA standards. Olympus Aviation Academy provides professional pilot training, at all levels, from 0 to ATPL (Air Transport Pilot Licence). The academy maintains a high degree of discipline, necessary for building a future aviators’ skills and character. Pay as you Fly – No risk While many advertise the… [+] “pay as you fly” idea, at Olympus Aviation Academy it's absolutely true! High Quality Training All training flights are personally supervised by the Head of Training in order to ensure high quality training. E-Learning The entire study material available on-line for both residential and distance learning students. You may study from home, even before your arrival! International airport As a student of Olympus Aviation Academy, you are trained in the second largest airport of Greece (not in small or military airports, with many restrictions, which may result in delayed training). Become Professional Pilot in only 12 months Your time is valuable, so don’t waste it in flight schools with slow training. International Hour Building Advanced training student pilots and Hour Builders have the opportunity to visit and be trained in more than 50 airports and airfields around the Greek mainland and islands (eg. Mykonos, Santorini, Corfu, Crete, Rhodes, Kos, Zakynthos(Zante), Skiathos, Mytilene and in many other European airports, either for VFR or IFR approaches. Free Aerobatic Training The only certified flight academy for aerobatic training in Southern Europe. During your hour building, you will be trained to execute aerobatic manoeuvres! Experienced staff You are taught by highly qualified tutors with many years of flight and training experience, (air force and airlines) to make your course enjoyable and rewarding. GUARANTEED PRICE In Olympus Aviation Academy we understand that pilot training is expensive. Hidden fees will result in a student out of his budget. We guarantee that there are no hidden fees. Certified Fleet Cessna 152 Aerobat Cessna 172 Diesel Cessna 152 Long Range Tanks Seneca III / PA-34 All airplanes are certified for IFR training and of course the fleet is expanding, to meet the students’ needs. Why OAA? Choosing the right Flight School: The choice of the right training school is the first step on your way to become a competent Private or Professional Pilot and the most important decision you will make. There is no casual approach on learning to fly. A successful flying career is only possible by obtaining the best training during the formative hours of aviation training. The core objective of OAA is to provide the best possible foundation for student pilots from day one. We make no shortcuts and we leave nothing to chance. “Flying is an art and the art of flying is being taught and learned by the right staff.” Great Instructional Experience: With over 34 years of experience as an Air Force pilot, civilian pilot, Flight Instructor, Flight Instructor’s Instructor, Flight examiner, with a total of 13300 hrs flight time, consisting of 3800 air force hrs, 9250 civilian hrs and 250 sea plane hrs, is considered as one of the best Flight Instructors in Greece. Exemplified solid teaching and instructional abilities in a highly demanding air force and commercial environment, through execution of syllabus design, management, and revision for entry level pilots, while providing effectual training courses, PPL, from 0 to ATPL (Air Transport Pilot Licence), MCC, supervision and assessment in four Flight Training Organizations (FTOs/ ATOs) according to JAA/EASA regulations. Successfully trained more than 280 private and professional pilots. Flight Safety: OAA’s main goal is to provide Professional Training according to Part FCL / EASA regulations of flight safety and standards of maintenance. OAA utilizes only fully certified by EASA and HCAA of Greece, aircrafts. Training Experience: Olympus Aviation Academy is an Approved JAA/EASA Training Organisation ATO GR 123, in Thessaloniki/Greece, under the authorization of Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA). Olympus Aviation Academy is established by Professional pilots from the Air Force and Civil Aviation industry with thousands flying hours and great experience in training process. Ground Instructors have proven specialized skills and long time experience in aviation. Excellent Weather: The excellent weather conditions in Thessaloniki enable us to deliver uninterrupted training all year long, without wasting precious time and money. In summer, high temperatures here are usually between 27 and 33 degrees Celsius, although they sometimes climb higher. In the fall and winter months, nights are significantly cooler, and normal daytime high temperatures are between 21 and 25 degrees Celsius. In only 12 months: In Olympus Aviation Academy the average time required to complete the Zero to ATPL course is 12 – 14 months, including all Training and Exams. Hospitality: At OAA you will be personally guided through each stage of your training program, in an hospitable environment from the first introductory flight to all the way through to the day you receive your completion of certificate on relative licence.
CLE selected for Erasmus + The CLE Erasmus Mundus Master Course selected for "Erasmus + Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees” program. After seven successful years in the framework of the Erasmus Mundus program, the European Union has once again recognized the excellence of the CLE Master Course. In October 2015, the CLE has been selected for Erasmus+ by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency under the Key Action 1 “Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Deg… [+] rees”. The program aims to: foster excellence, quality improvements, innovation, excellence and internationalisation in higher education institutions (HEI); increase the quality and the attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and supporting the EU's external action in the higher education field, by offering full degree scholarships to the best Master students worldwide; improve the level of competences and skills of Master graduates, and in particular the relevance of the Joint Masters for the labour market, through an increased involvement of employers. Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees programs are integrated study programs delivered by consortia of organisations from Programme and Partner Countries. Erasmus+ funds scholarships for students, as well as grants for academics or guest lecturers to teach or research in the Master degree program. Read more about EMJMD. The five year grant includes a preparatory year (starting mid October 2015), followed by three student intakes from 2016 until 2020. During this time, 52 highly remunerated scholarships might be awarded to the best CLE students. Due to participation in the “Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree” program, the attractiveness of the CLE Master Course will be raised further to get the best students from all over the world. The Master Course improves the level of competences and skills of Master graduates and their employability thanks to the contribution of the associated partners. About CLE The program seeks to provide a high quality preparation reflecting the multicultural aspects of Europe. The CLE Master Course is a program devoted to improving the quality of European Higher Education and strengthening intercultural communication. The programme encourages and supports: cooperation as well as student, scholar and staff exchange among universities; the worldwide promotion of the image of the European Union as a space of academic excellence; communication between university and cultural institutions and enterprises (Museums, Publishers, Foundations) as well as public and private companies; better career opportunities for its graduates and access to the international workforce. The CLE Master Course aims at providing international students with excellent T-shaped skills in: at least three European languages (English – mandatory, two other languages among French, Italian and Greek); at least three domains of European culture and thought (Literature, Art, Cultural History, Ethics and Aesthetics, Science of Language). The CLE Master Course is a two-year full-time academic program. At the end of the two-year program, after defending their Master’s thesis before an international committee, CLE students receive a multiple diploma issued by the universities of the consortium where they spent at least one semester. The language in which the courses are offered may vary according to the University providing them. Over the years, many additional activities (seminars, conferences, workshops, language courses) have been entrusted to highprofile scholars/guest lecturers. The CLE intends to maintain and reinforce this successful collaboration pattern. CLE Participating universities (full partners): Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna, ITALIA (the coordinating institution) Université de Haute-Alsace (Mulhouse), FRANCE Université de Strasbourg, FRANCE Aristoteleion Panepistimion Thessaloniki, ELLAS Université Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar), SÉNÉGAL CLE Associated partners: State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education Moskva,RUSSIAN FEDERATION Universidade de Lisboa Lisboa,PORTUGAL Archives et Musée de la Littérature,Bruxelles,BELGIUM Association des Amis d'Orizons, Paris,FRANCE Association Xanadu, Mulhouse,FRANCE Bottega Finzioni, Bologna, ITALY Fondation Catherine Gide, Oftringen, SWITZERLAND Hamelin Associazione Culturale, Bologna,ITALY Media Consultants, Milan, ITALY Moreno Holding Group Spa, Faenza, ITALY Odoya, Bologna, ITALY Società Dante Alighieri, Mulhouse, FRANCE Ville de Mulhouse, FRANCE
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Aristotle University of Thessaloniki The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki was founded in 1925 and is the largest comprehensive university in Greece. The main campus is located in the centre of the city of Thessaloniki, and covers an area of about 33.4 hectares. It comprises 10 faculties which consist of 40 schools and 1 single-school faculty. Some educational and administrative facilities are located off campus for practical and… [+] operational reasons. A number of these facilities are located outside the city of Thessaloniki or even in other cities. The Aristotle University community includes about 75.000 students (65.000 undergraduate students and 9.000 postgraduate students and Phd candidates), 2.024 faculty members, more than 800 research and laboratory personnel and nearly 900 administrative staff. School of Journalism and Mass Communications The School of Journalism and Mass Communications (http://www.jour.auth.gr/en/) of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki was founded in 1991 with the aim to provide students with theoretical and practical training in journalism, promote research in journalism and the mass communications, as well as uphold the rights and responsibilities of Greek journalists. It occupies a six-storey neoclassical building located at 46 Egnatias Street, in the center of Thessaloniki. The Secretariat is located on the first floor. The School’s media and informatics laboratories are located in another building, near the central campus. The School of Journalism and Mass Communications offers four-year BA Honours degrees (equivalent to 240 ECTS) in a) Journalism, and b) Mass Communications. Operating a fully-fledged and funded internship program, students of both specializations have the opportunity to acquire valuable skills in situ, during a semester long placement in a variety of media organizations (TV and radio stations, newspapers and magazines, web media, advertising and public relations agencies), as well as in press/communication posts in the private and the public sector. The School’s postgraduate program was inaugurated in 2008, and currently it includes an MA in Journalism and New Media and an MA in Communication and Culture (both lasting 2 years and equivalent to 120 ECTS), as well as a doctoral program (3 years/180 ECTS). The School’s current student population includes almost 700 undergraduates, 64 postgraduates and 57 Phd candidates. In addition, every year the School receives an average of 15 Erasmus students while, at the same time, it trains scores of mid-career professionals through a wide range of specially designed Lifelong Learning Programs. Thessaloniki Historically one of Europe’s oldest and most multiethnic cities, Thessaloniki has a population of around one million people, and, on account of its four universities and multitude of other higher education institutions, boasts a student-strong population of more than 150.000. Endowed with its thousands-year-old multicultural heritage, tied to its Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Sephardic Jew history, Thessaloniki is the centre of a bustling culture-creative movement that includes some of the country’s most acclaimed bands, visual artists and designers, as well as internationally acclaimed festivals like the winter International Film Festival and the spring Thessaloniki Documentary Festival. Do I need to take the IELTS/TOEFL/Cambridge etc exam for my application? You are required to submit an English Language exam result if either you your first language is not English your entire undergraduate degree was not taught in English For further details see English Language Requirements. Please note that you do not have to submit a language test with your application as the selectors will not take this into consideration when deciding whether or not to recommend an offer of admission. If you do receive an offer of admission, the appropriate language condition will be added. You must provide proof of your language proficiency before you are due to register for your program. Do I need to send any other documents? The Administration will ask you to send any exam results that were not included in the application form, as well as any other additional information that may be deemed necessary. What do I need for my registration? Once you have been accepted we will be in contact with you about the documents you need to submit upon your registration. These typically include certified copies of your degree and your English exam results a photocopy of the identity page of your passport two identity-card size color photographs I do not come from a European Union country. Do I need a visa? All students who do not come from EU countries need to check with the Greek Embassy of their countries the regulations regarding student visas for Greece. They must apply for a student visa in their home country as early as possible, because the processing time for such visas can be quite long. What should I do to prepare for the program? Once you have been accepted we will be in contact with you about the program’s details and requirements. It is a good idea to do some prep work in advance of starting the program, i.e freshen up your English skills or special terminology knowledge by reading a book relevant to the pathway you’ve chosen (see eg. the Bibliography of your core course). Can I visit the School of Journalism and Mass Communications? Yes you can. Please contact the Program’s Administration Officer (see above) and arrange for a visit any time till the end of the summer examination period (30th of June), or after the start of the Fall examination period (1st of September).
The University of Macedonia. Destination: excellence In its sixth decade of operation, the University of Macedonia, the continuity of the historical Graduate School of Industrial Studies of Thessaloniki, is a modern state Higher Education institution, renowned for the ambience of quality, freedom, democracy, meritocracy and individual development it provides to all its members: students, Academic and Research Staff and university employees. Our mission has long… [+] been to contribute to society, to the socio-economic development of our country through the subjects we offer in our four Schools, the research conducted and the advancement and dissemination of knowledge. Thousands of University of Macedonia graduates pursue successful careers in Greece and abroad. On our part, given the current adverse economic situation affecting the Greek youth, plagued by unemployment, we at the University, do our best to support our graduates and our students to enhance their prospects of entry in the labour market by means of our Careers and Internship Offices and through updating the programs of study in all our departments. The positive evaluation results received by the overwhelming majority of the Departments of the University of Macedonia, its smooth operation throughout the entire academic year, the prudent economic management of its funds and the knowledgeable, ambitious, and talented human resources, guarantee the quality of the University today and vouch for our future development into a dynamically growing medium-sized university not only in Greece but also in the surrounding regions. Our University community sets Excellence as its non-negotiable objective. Our daily endeavours to respond to the demands of University Evaluation processes are by far the best means of achieving our goals. I truly believe that universities as institutions, in general, and the University of Macedonia, in particular, can assume a leading role in this turning point for our country. Development is directly associated with research and the advancement of knowledge. Only through the close collaboration of government agencies, the private sector, Universities, and Research Centres can we succeed. My aim during my term of office as Rector is to instill the attitude of excellence in all members of the University: students, Academic and Research Staff and university employees in order to achieve the maximum possible cooperation with public and private entities. In this way the University of Macedonia will be open to all and will fulfill on a daily basis its social mission as a state university, making us all proud. The Rector of the University of Macedonia Achilleas Zapranis Location The University of Macedonia is located in Thessaloniki. It is housed in a group of buildings with a total area of approximately 40.000 square meters, consisting of amphitheaters, teaching and seminar rooms, offices and the areas of the administration sections, a restaurant, which operates during the whole academic year, a gymnasium and a book-store; also a child-care station will soon be operating. There are also two guestrooms where 4-8 persons (mostly official visitors) can be accommodated. The University has recently added a main auditorium that will become one of the most contemporary Conference Centers with International standards and will also host important cultural events of the city. Facilities and Equipment Students are provided with substantial support by the Library and Information Service (L.I.S.), the Career Office, and by the Computer and Network Operations Center. The university’s sports, cultural and political activities are open to all students. International Environment The University of Macedonia welcomes students from all over the world. We know that the programme’s quality is enriched by the variety of our international students’ cultural and educational experiences. Our incoming students therefore receive all manner of support from the Graduate Secretary and are warmly welcomed by independent student networks that help them to become quickly involved in local student life.
AAS was established in 1990 and today is one of the biggest colleges in Thessloniki. It is well-known for its high standard education in Art & Design Studies. AAS is a franchise partner College to Central Lancashire University in UK. That means that at AAS we offer top quality British education. We follow the same curriculum and provide the same BAs and MAs Degrees as UCLan. At AAS we understand that in order to reach your full potentials, you need a modern, friendly a… [+] nd inspiring environment. This is the reason why we constantly invest in our premises and resources. High tech computers, magazines, books, DVDs and all necessary equipment is there to help you with your studies. You study and practice at fully equipped Computer Studios, Photography Studio, Fashion Design Studios, Design Studios while you can enjoy and relax at the College's cafe. Our Library is one of the biggest in the city and is fully updated. Furthermore, because the collaboration with UCLan you enjoy free access to e-libraries throughout your studies. You will participate in numerous competitions during your study. The high number of awards that our students achieve in national and international competitions makes us really proud. During your three year programme you also enjoy cultural visits, real projects, work placements, exhibitions and study-visits to Europe. AAS is an excellent choice for you who want to make a difference in the fields of art, design and communication. You are trained according to the British educational system and you are prepared to answer all the challenges in the international market. You follow the same curriculum, the same programme and you obtain the same Bachelor and Master Degrees as the students at UCLan. You get the same top quality British education. You keep updated with all international trends in design and graphics. When come to studies, make the smart choice! Discover the Mediterranean site of UCLan, choosing top quality British education, in a top quality Mediterranean environment, at lower tuition fees than the UK Universities! Join us at AAS College in Thessaloniki!
The European Master in Renewable Energy is an initiative proposed and developed by the European Renewable Energy Centres (EUREC) and a consortium of Universities outlined in the 'Partnering Universities' section. The programme has been run since 2002 by a network of nine European Universities and research centres who are leading the way in renewable energy research, development and demonstration. It is coordinated by EUREC EEIG, a consortium of European renewable… [+] energy research centres, which has its headquarters in Brussels.The European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency was established as a European Economic Interest Grouping in 1991 to strengthen and rationalise the European RD&D efforts in renewable energy technologies. As an independent association, it incorporates over 40 prominent RD&D groups from all over Europe. Core Providers MINES-Paristech, France - French-taught Loughborough University, UK - English-taught University of Zaragoza, Spain - Spanish-taught Oldenburg University, Germany - English-taught Hanze University, The Netherlands - English-taught Specialisation Providers National Technical University of Athens, Greece - Wind University of Northumbria, UK - Photovoltaics University of Zaragoza, Spain - Grid Integration University of Perpignan, France - Solar Thermal Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal - Ocean Energy Hanze University, The Netherlands - Sustainable Fuels Systems for Mobility > For more information: www.master.eurec.be The aim of the European Master in Sustainable Energy System Management is to provide postgraduate students with the skills required for employment in the Sustainable Energy industry. Students will specialise in business case analysis, modelling,project design and implementation. As a result of the foreign contact the course requires, our students will have the international outlook essential to the industry HR needs. The core provides a solid foundation in systems management with legal, environmental, economic,social and technical aspects. Theoretical courses which also examine the socioeconomic issues surrounding the deployment of these technologies are supported by laboratory workshops. The studies for the core will be done in English. Core Providers Hanze UAS, The Netherlands for the core taught in English Università di Pisa, Italy for the core taught in English A specialisation focused on a particular topic selected from: system integration and optimisation or sustainable energy management. The specialisations are all taught in English. Specialisation Providers System Integration and Optimisation – taught at Hanze UAS Sustainable Energy Management – taught at the University of Zaragoza > For more information: www.sesym.eurec.be
Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) was founded in 1920 and is today considered as one of the most competitive universities, at the European level, in the fields of Economics, Business Administration, Informatics, Statistics, Marketing, Accounting and Finance. Nearly a century after its establishment, AUEB continues to transmit knowledge in the scientific fields it fosters, to promote effective and innovative management practices, and to contribute to the development… [+] of the Greek and the international community, with a view towards the balance between excellence and social contribution. Every year more than a thousand students graduate from the University. AUEB has a total of more than 26,000 graduates, who constitute a driving force not only in the Greek but also in the international Economy and Management. Furthermore, AUEB ranks among the highest in the preferences of potential students each year in the disciplines it addresses. The goal of AUEB is not only to provide its students with theoretical knowledge in conjunction with modern analytical tools, but also to provide them the opportunity to develop their personal skills, such as critical thinking and individual initiative. Combining tradition with innovation and research with application, focused on quality and extroversion, and being responsive to the needs of society, AUEB enjoys an outstanding reputation stemming from the high level of teaching it offers and the provision of modern academic programs that incorporate the latest international developments, based on the requirements of today’s labor market. “…The goal of our University is to serve as a center of education and scientific excellence, democracy, meritocracy, extroversion, transparency and social accountability, and as a source of intellectual wealth for our country, especially in these difficult times that Greece is going through. We want our students to acquire the best scientific training possible, which will enable them to become successful professionals in Europe and worldwide. Simultaneously, despite its limited financial capacity, AUEB offers its students a host of cultural, athletic and other activities and services, contributing to the fullest possible extent to their well-rounded personal development. We endeavor to develop an on-going relationship with our students. By maintaining and further developing long-term and close cooperation with the Greek business world, AUEB facilitates and supports, through its services, the career placements of its graduates. With a strong sense of responsibility, AUEB contributes decisively to the creation of the most important resource a country can have: its human capital…” Professor Konstantine Gatsios, Rector Extract from the Rector’s greeting
ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece was founded in 1992 and operates under the auspices of the business community, an association of corporations and institutional organizations, currently numbering more than 90 members. ΑLΒΑ strives for excellence, quality and continuous innovation in research and teaching. ALBA offers graduate academic programs, most of which are internationally accredited by AMBA or EFMD. It is the leading Business School in… [+] Greece on the basis of career guidance, entrepreneurship education, executive in-house programs at top companies, and the outstanding placement record of its alumni. ALBA’s professors come from the best Universities worldwide such as Yale, London Business School, IMD etc. About 20% of full time students come from countries such as France, India, Russia, Serbia, Nigeria etc. In addition, a steadily growing network of partners across the world through exchange programs gives students the opportunity to build international networks of professional and social contacts, and benefit from the exchange of knowledge, experience and cultural insights. Students from Harvard Law School, UC Hastings Law School, HHL, India National Law School etc competed each other at the Negotiation Challenge 2013 hosted by ALBA Every year ALBA offers a number of scholarships to applicants who demonstrate a strong academic performance and/or an excellent professional track. The ALBA Career Office provides world class support to students and alumni. Through personal coaching, more than 10 focused workshops, career panels, job shadowing, internships and countless company visits, students get prepared to seek the best jobs internationally. The annual Career Forum attracts more than 100 recruiters and is the ground for more than 1500 interviews in less than a week. ALBA subscribes and offers to students and alumni all major international recruitment/placement services. In addition to its academic programs, ALBA offers high-quality executive education in order to meet the needs of large domestic and international corporate clients. These programs range from open enrollment seminars to customized solutions. More than 11000 executives have attended Executive Development Programs at ALBA. The ALBA alumni body comprises approximately 3.000 distinguished individuals who form a group of young and dynamic managers in the process of building challenging careers, while at the same time enhancing ALBA's reputation in the Greek and international business communities.
About DEI College DEI College is a private college, located at Thessaloniki, Greece, aimed to provide educational services. DEI College was founded in 1990 as a Foundation College and swiftly became one of Greece’s top-quality education organisations, offering a wide range of high-quality foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes under the academic supervision of UK Universities. DEI College aims to provide higher education opportunities and a qualitative e… [+] nvironment to students from all over the world. It implements this aspiration by providing foundation courses, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes from selected world-class universities. DEI College is willing to maintain its regional position by rigorous selection of staff, and by providing teaching in small groups, encouraging the critical judgment of the students, as well as their intellectual maturity and independent spirit. It aims to an in-depth teaching of a wide range of academic disciplines, making a significant contribution to the preparation of students towards a career in a global world, as well as to the modern society. DEI College is a Registered Centre of the University of London International Programmes, for the degrees listed below. This means that in the considered view of the University of London it demonstrates commitment to developing high standards in respect of teaching, support to students and administrative processes. BSc Accounting & Finance BSc Banking & Finance BSc Business and Management BSc Development & Economics BSc Economics BSc Economics & Finance BSc Information Systems & Management BSc International Relations BSc Politics & International Relations Diploma for Graduates LLB In addition, DEI offers tuition for the BA English. DEI College is working in partnership with the University of Northampton, offering the following degrees: BA (Hons) Business Studies BSc (Hons) Computing LLB (Hons) bachelor of Laws BSc (Hons) Psychology BA (Hons) English BA (Hons) International Tourism Management (top-up) LLM International Commercial Law MBA Executive/MBA MA Social Innovation Studying at DEI College DEI College is located in the centre of Thessaloniki, in modern facilities especially designed in order to cover the needs of a modern educational organization. The academic staff consists of lecturers/tutors who fulfill the most stringent academic criteria. The franchised programmes offered at DEI College are held entirely in Thessaloniki under the academic supervision of selected world-class universities. Central to the student’s degree programme is the work done on an individual basis. To help students make the most effective use of their time whilst on the programmes, a member of the academic staff will be assigned to each student to act as his/her personal tutor. The duties of the personal tutor are include: helping the student plan his/her own programme of work and set his/her own realistic targets; being aware of student’s own stage of development in relation to his/her specific programme, and to the progress each student will need to make; monitoring with the student his/her own progress on the programme in terms of the list of goals they have set for themselves; discussing any other personal, administrative or financial problem; DEI College, respecting the renown and standards of the collaborative universities, aims to uphold the quality of its services, providing the best scientific setting as well as a European way of thinking. In this way DEI College has managed to earn the trust and appreciation both of the UK universities and its graduates, remaining first in quality and credibility. Students choose to study at DEI because of: the prestigious Degrees awarded by top UK Universities; the flexible modes of delivery (full time – part time); the English language support classes; the highly qualified academic staff; the student support services (accommodation, student life, counseling); the modern facilities and the excellent career prospects - links with industry
Space UnderSpaceUnder is focusing on the crossroad between architecture and art. An international multi-platform dealing with theoretical and practical approaches that question the role of architecture today. Through articles, interviews, conventions, projects and workshops, SpaceUnder aims to re-define and contextualize the limits of Architecture and its connections with the other creative disciplines.Space Under organises international cross cultural conventions, workshops,… [+] and collaborative projects to address and reinforce these very points of intersection between creative fields. Focusing on interdisciplinary practices and research, different experts, from various professional backgrounds are invited to collaborate.
The University of Strathclyde Business School in Greece Strathclyde Business School’s triple accreditation status and international rankings place it in the top echelons of global business schools. Our recent accolades include: Triple accredited by AMBA / EQUIS and AACSB Economist’s debut global rankings of Executive MBAs (July 2013). Strathclyde Business School’s MBA was ranked in the UK’s business schools top 5 and in the European top 10. Overall Strathclyde was pla… [+] ced 28th out of 62 international business schools. 11th in the UK, 25th in Europe and 87th in the world (FT Global MBA Ranking Jan 2013) 8th in the UK, 16th in Europe and 54th in the world (Economist Which MBA Oct 2012) Top 10 in the UK, top 35 in Europe (European Business Schools Ranking, Financial Times, Nov 2010 and 2011 and 2012) The Financial Times Masters in Management ranking –Strathclyde’s MBM programme has been ranked 33rd. Out of only 12 UK schools ranked, we were placed 4th, and were also placed 3rd in terms of careers progression. (FT MiM Ranking Sept 2013) No.6 in the world in Corporate Strategy (FT Global MBA Survey 2013) Strathclyde MBA in Greece The Strathclyde MBA in Greece, managed by International Management Services (IMS) has a flexible style of delivery incorporating part-time and open learning elements in a 180 credit format. Students can stay in their jobs and take their entire course in just two years. This makes our programme a viable alternative both for you, the individual, and for your company.
MAICh is the 4th constituent institute of CIHEAM, the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies, an Intergovernmental Organisation which was founded at the joint initiative of the OECD and the Council of Europe on 21 May 1962 under an agreement signed by the governments of seven southern European countries: France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey and Yugoslavia. The 1962 agreement establishing the Centre stipulates that CIHEAM's mission… [+] consists in "providing supplementary education (economic as well as technical) and developing a spirit of international cooperation among agricultural personnel in Mediterranean countries". According to article 15 of this agreement, every country on the Mediterranean rim is potentially eligible for membership of CIHEAM. In the mid nineteen-eighties CIHEAM therefore began to open up to countries on the southern and eastern shores of the Mediterranean Basin. This initiative resulted in the accession of several new Member States: Tunisia (1985), Egypt and Algeria (1986), Malta (1989), Morocco (1991), Albania (1992) and Lebanon (1994). CIHEAM is made up of four Mediterranean Agronomic Institutes (MAIs), located in Bari (Italy), Chania (Greece), Montpellier (France) and Zaragoza (Spain), and a General Secretariat based in Paris. Since 1986, and as the 4th constituent institute of CIHEAM , MAICh pursues its three main complementary missions through - post-graduate specialised education - networked research - facilitation of regional debate - with focus in the fields of Business Economics and Management, Geoinformation in Environmental Management, Horticultural Genetics and Biotechnology, Food Quality and Chemistry of Natural Products, Sustainable Agriculture, and has established itself as an authority in Mediterranean agriculture, Food and Rural Development.
Mediterranean College was founded in 1977 and it is the first College since 1992 that has offered in Greece academic study programmes, both undergraduate and postgraduate, of some of the top British State Universities through exclusive franchise agreements. The franchise agreement institution relieved thousands of Greek families from the stress and the great financial burden that studies abroad could entail and ensured for thousands of Greek, as well as foreign students,… [+] degrees conferred directly from the associating British state universities. In fact, today, after the signing of the Presidential Decree 38/ 2010 that integrates in the Greek Law the Community Directive 36/ 2005, the degrees conferred in Greece within the framework of franchise agreements with European Union Member States universities ensure for the graduates the same professional rights with the graduates of the Greek Universities and Technological Educational Institutes. The British state university academic study programmes offered by Mediterranean College on undergraduate or postgraduate level cover a great range of the most modern and most popular in the labour market educational fields, such as Business Management, Informatics, Psychology, Education, etc. that guarantee young people immediate and safe career prospects both in the Greek and the international labour market. VisionIn the twenty-first century, Mediterranean College (MC), in collaboration with powerful foreign universities, emerges as a private higher education institution with a leading role in the fields of the study of Economics, Information technology, Social Sciences, and Engineering, offering high quality programmes in a nurturing environment, where quality is always dictated by the needs of the students.In order to realise its vision of academic discrimination, student success, educational and technological innovation, as well as social endeavour, the College attracts and secures devoted professionals and educational staff with exceptional abilities, recognized for their specialisation in the fields of teaching, student guidance, training, research and service. Building on these secure foundations and principles, the MC aims at the realisation of its vision of becoming a unique international centre of learning in Greece. Mission and PhilosophyWith the approach of the fourth decade of its operation, Mediterranean College remains firmly fixed in its provision of high quality Higher Education in Greece, via its collaboration with leading foreign Universities. As a Private College offering primarily professional studies, MC offers undergraduate and postgraduate academic programmes with an accent on learning for life and providing its students with the opportunity to follow a wide range of courses. As an institute of Higher Education, the College focuses on the benefit of high specification teaching and multiple opportunities for personal and professional improvement. Parallel with the investment of its resources according to the needs of each student and the aim of excellence in academic conditions, the College also makes great efforts to serve the local community and Greece as a whole, offering programmes that develop bonds between its faculties and local societies, organising events of cultural and general interest, both on and off campus. According to the philosophy of Mediterranean College, the experience of Higher Education should essentially provide to students modern and innovative educational programmes that encourage their personal growth, lead to powerful degrees, supporting life-long learning and providing them with the means for facing the needs of an ever-changing world.
University of the Aegean The University of the Aegean is an international research oriented university. It is an inspiring, innovative, socially committed institution situated in the Aegean Archipelago, the ancient cradle of knowledge. The UoA embodies the concept of a 'university- network'- a network of schools and departments, dispersed over five Aegean islands: Lesvos, Chios, Samos, Rhodes and Syros. The challenge of academic and administrative decentralization… [+] has resulted in imaginative new approaches in academic practice and has enhanced the sense of unity within the academic community of each campus. It is the network structure that fostered the early and full incorporation of Information and Communication Technologies in every day practice. The UoA invests in innovative educational programs and multidisciplinary fields of research that correspond to the needs of the modern world. It has led the way in the introduction of new undergraduate and postgraduate disciplines such as environmental studies, ICT’s, multimedia and design, humanities, Mediterranean studies, making the UoA a pioneering and competitive institution at Greek nd European level. It boasts an experienced and well-qualified academic staff with great research expertise, fully equipped laboratories, extensive international links in both research and exchange programs and a vibrant student community. The beautiful Aegean islands provide a unique, natural, cultural and human environment in which high quality research and education environment can thrive. The University of the Aegean cooperates on the course Water MIcrobiology with three other universities: University of Patras, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Tei of Athens. University of Patras The University of Patras was founded in the city of Patras in 11th of November in1964 as a self-administered academic institution under the supervision of the Greek Government. It was established primarily with the intention to concentrate on science, technology, economics, business administration and social sciences. In the proposal for a new University, which was the result of an International Conference in August 1964, it is stated that the role of the University of Patras is to set an example of a highly qualified Institution of higher learning, serve as a stimulus for the modernisation of the entire Greek higher education system, with priority given to the fields where highly trained personnel will be needed for the realisation of the economic development of the country. The above objectives had, in the course of time, to be adapted to new prospects arising from the recognition of the role of knowledge and technology in social and cultural growth and the contribution the University is expected to make towards solving major regional, national and even international problems. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the largest university in Greece. The main campus is located in the centre of the city of Thessaloniki, and covers an area of about 33.4 hectares. It comprises 7 faculties which consist of 33 schools, 5 faculties which consist of one school each, as well as 4 independent schools. About 81,500 students study at the Aristotle University (72,140 in undergraduate programmes and 8,360 in postgraduate programmes). There are 2,150 faculty members: 739 professors, 435 associate professors, 634 assistant professors, and 342 lecturers. There are also 11 teaching assistants, 58 research fellows, 248 members of the Special Laboratory Teaching Personnel (S.L.T.P.), 69 of whom belong to category Ι and 179 to category ΙΙ, as well as 15 foreign language teachers and 4 foreign instructors. Faculty members are also assisted by 213 members of the Special Technical Laboratory Personnel (S.T.L.P.). The administration office consists of 400 permanent employees and 528 employees under a private law contract of indefinite duration. Moreover, 596 people employed by third parties provide services at the university. Tei of Athens Τechnological Educational Institutions (TEI' s) are legal entities, which were founded in 1983 within the framework of Law 1404/1983 in order to bridge the gap between the theoretical knowledge and background provided by the Greek universities and the demand for highly trained staff who could meet the challenges of the Greek market in technology related fields. They are self-governed, multi-disciplinary, technology-oriented institutions funded by the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs and according to Law 3549/2007 TEI' s are equal to the Greek universities. The TEI of Athens is the largest of all TEI' s in Greece situated at Aegaleo, a densely populated suburb of Athens. It has always been at the forefront of developments in technological education. Over 35.000 students attend the four-year courses provided by its Departments and taught by teaching staff committed to maintaining the highest standards in education.
Founded in Smyrna, Asia Minor, in 1875, by missionaries from Boston, Massachusetts, The American College of Greece is the oldest and largest US accredited college or university in Europe. For over 140 years, ACG has been offering transformative education and cultivating a fertile intellectual and cultural collaboration between Greece and the United States. Founded in 1875 in Asia Minor; relocated to Athens in 1923 Independent, non-profit, nonsectarian, co-educational… [+] institution 64-acre main campus in Athens suburb of Aghia Paraskevi; 27 undergraduate majors; 40 minors; 20 graduate degree programs Over 2,800 graduate and undergraduate students Student/faculty ratio: 17/1 (the ALBA ratio is 10/1) Over 450 international students from more than 67 countries Over 52,000 alumni Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Undergraduate programs validated by the Open University, UK Over €3.5 million in scholarships and financial aid Over 40 partner universities in the US, Europe and Asia offering study abroad and individually tailored programs US Olympic Committee High Performance Training Center for the 2004 Olympics