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There are 20 universities in Greece, all within the public sector's mandate. While the main language of teaching is Greek, specialized study programs are also available in other languages (most commonly English,French and German), at all levels.
Some Technological Educational Institutes (TEIs), can be also found- they offer higher education programs with a focus on practical skills, in subjects such as applied technology, healthcare, agriculture, and management.I'm informing in advance that if one wishes to study International Relations/Foreign Affairs/War Studies or anything else related to dropping the M from MUN then Panteion University followed by the University of Piraeus are the places to be!
(first image:Academy of Athens, Athens, Greece)
The most interesting is undoubtedly the National Techincal University of Athens: Established in 1837, the National Technical University of Athens (or NTUA) is one of the oldest universities in Greece. Today it has approximately 10,000 students, most studying five-year programs that lead to a diploma equivalent to a Master in Engineering or Science. Its nine academic schools (faculties) cover a range of engineering disciplines, as well as architecture and applied mathematics and physics. Teaching is in Greek, but students attending as part of the Erasmus exchange program complete projects in English. NTUA has several campuses, all located in the lively and historic Greek capital, Athens.
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