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Best Universities for Master Programs in Greece 2024

Number of institutions: 23
    • Patras, Greece

    The Hellenic Open University (HOU) is an autonomous and self-governing public University that provides distance undergraduate and postgraduate education through the development and use of appropriate educational material and teaching methods. Its operation is determined by Article Law 2552/97 and is the 19th Greek University. It is directed by a governing committee constituted mostly of academic staff.

    • Athens, Greece
    • Glyfada, Greece
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    Mediterranean College was the 1st independent University-College to be founded in Greece (1977) and to initiate “franchise” academic agreements with UK Universities (1992). It is licensed by the Greek Ministry of Education and conforms to multiple quality benchmarks: accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) as an institution providing higher education; reviewed by the UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), an organisation that monitors the quality standards of UK Universities. Mediterranean College runs contemporary facilities in Athens (city centre and Glyfada-south) and Thessaloniki, offering 40 undergraduate & postgraduate courses across 8 Academic Schools: Business, Shipping, Tourism & Hospitality, Computing, Engineering, Education, Psychology, Health & Sports Sciences. Most programmes are taught in English or bilingually (Greek and English). Undergraduate courses typically include on-campus delivery, while postgraduate courses follow a flexible, blended delivery pattern.

    • Kounoupidiana, Greece

    The School of Production Engineering and Management was founded as a Department in 1983 and admitted students for the first time in 1984. It is the first School in Greece that has been established in this particular field of engineering, trying to bridge the gap between production, technology, management and administration.

    • La Rochelle, France
    • Athens, Greece
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    EU-CONEXUS - European University for Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability is a strong partnership between nine universities developing science and innovation into a hub of excellence on Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability (SmUCS). EU-CONEXUS - European University for Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability promotes common European values and a strengthened European identity by bringing together a new generation of Europeans, who can cooperate and work within different European cultures, in different languages, and across borders.

    • Athens, Greece
    • Spata, Greece

    The College’s 147-year legacy of academic excellence and its location in Athens afford students the impressive and singular benefit of studying in a living laboratory that bridges the ancient and contemporary realities of Greece with NECHE accreditation. It grants degrees to Degree graduates with the credentials of other NECHE institutions, including Amherst, Brown, Boston College, MIT & Harvard. The American College of Greece is also approved by The Open University (OU) as an appropriate organization to offer higher education programs leading to Open University validated awards, providing Degree students the best learning experience while granting graduates the strongest graduation credentials.

    • Evora, Portugal
    • Rome, Italy
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    The aim of this program is to provide students with specialized skills in archaeology and analytical characterization of materials from prehistory(Megalithic) to classical times (Greek and Roman). The study and conservation of Cultural Heritage materials is a research area with a strong multidisciplinary connotation and requires skills that span across the Humanities and Science research fields. ARCHMAT provides a common, integrated platform for excellent students coming from either Science or Humanities educational backgrounds to understand the advanced scientific methods used to investigate archaeological materials and aims to form highly specialized professional experts in the emerging field of Archaeometry, i.e Physico-Chemical Sciences applied to the study of Archaeological and Cultural Heritage materials.

    • Kounoupidiana, Greece

    The School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Crete is a unique department within Greece, combining the cutting-edge aspects of the discipline of chemical engineering with leading research and teaching in the environmental sciences and technology.

    • Thessaloniki, Greece
    • Sunderland, United Kingdom

    DEI College is the Associate Campus of the University of Sunderland, located in Thessaloniki, Greece and one of Greece's top-quality education organizations. The University of Sunderland is a highly-respected national UK university, ranked as a top 50 university in the Guardian University Guide 2023 and ranked no1 for Inclusion on the same guide.

    • Thessaloniki, Greece

    The School of Journalism and Mass Communications has in recent years repeatedly featured among the top 50 Media/Communications Schools of Europe and is a member of the European Journalism Teaching Association (EJTA). Located at 46 Egnatia Street, outside the University Campus the School occupies a six-story neoclassical building in the center of the city. The school’s current student population includes almost 700 undergraduates, 64 postgraduates, and 57 Ph.D., 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.

    • Zografou, Greece

    Founded in 1837, almost along with the modern Greek state, NTUA is the oldest Technical University in Greece. Initially established by a royal decree "on architectural education" it was a technical school operating on Sundays and holidays that offered instruction to those desiring to master architecture. Though, at a remote location, it soon attracted many students. Its popularity leads to the extension of courses and by spring 1840 to the operation of a regular day school along with the Sunday counterpart. It was then moved to its own building on Piraeus Street. The joint efforts of students and instructors contributed to continuous growth and to revising standards.

    • Athens, Greece
    • Diethnis Olimpiaki Akadimia, Greece
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    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.

    • Koila, Greece

    The vision in the UoWM strategic planning is to establish the university as a major reference point among Greek and European academic institutions in terms of science and culture. Based on excellence, a fully-featured academic profile, and a generated range of knowledge, UoWM envisions achieving a high position in world university rankings and become an institution that provides substantial support to economic, social, and cultural development, both at a local and national level. UoWM’s mission is to promote and consolidate knowledge and progress through its dynamic, reliable, and modern functions, both for the benefit of ts academic community and society.

    • Panepistimioupoli Patron, Greece

    Besides its distinguished path in education, the University of Patras has excelled in the fields of Basic and Applied Research. The University of Patras has acquired international prominence for pioneering wide-ranging Research in areas such as Environment, Health, Biotechnology, Mechanics, Electronics, Informatics, and Basic Science. A number of the Departments, Laboratories, and Clinics have been designated as Centres of Excellence, on the basis of International Assessment. The University of Patras has a reputation for quality and innovative research and presents effective participation in a plethora of Research Projects, Scientific Organizations, and Research Groups. Together with its educational and research work, the rich campus life of the University of Patras attracts many candidate students every year as their first and foremost choice for their Higher Degree studies.

    • Athens, Greece

    The Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) offers high-level undergraduate and postgraduate Education and Research in Agricultural Science, and its vision is to achieve Educational and Research Excellence so as to occupy a dynamic position in the international academic environment. True to its traditional role of responding to the productive and developmental needs of the Greek economy and society, the AUA intervenes and develops in line with the development and orientation of modern education and science. Moreover, it is in continuous contact with society so as to make proposals and provide solutions to problems that arise within the Agri-Nutrition sector. The Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) is the third oldest university in Greece, after the University of Athens and the National Technical University of Athens (Metsovio).

    • Heraklion, Greece

    Established in 1973, the University of Crete is a young public educational institution committed to excellence in research and teaching. The seat of the University is the Gallos Campus in Rethymnon, where the Schools of Philosophy, Education, Social, Economic & Political Sciences are located. The Voutes Campus in Heraklion is home to the School of Sciences & Technology and the School of Medicine, as well as a number of affiliated research-oriented infrastructures and facilities, including the University General Hospital.