Thessaloniki is considered a popular and hospitable destination for international students. It is Greece’s second largest city and one of the biggest educational hubs of Southeastern Europe, with 150.000 students each year at several universities, colleges and research institutions, including Aristotle University, the largest university in the Balkans. There are more than 5,000 researchers based in the area – a higher number than the EU region average
A significant historical, multicultural and economic center, with a population of more than one million people, the city of Thessaloniki offers a variety of opportunities and options to pre- and post-graduate students.
Thessaloniki is an important education and learning hub in the region, and a great Erasmus destination, with close proximity to the Balkan countries and to the Greek islands.
Thessaloniki airport connects the city with the Greek capital city of Athens, and with more than 80 domestic and international destinations.
A great Erasmus destination and Educational hub.