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Best Universities for PHD Programs in Greece 2023

Number of institutions: 39
    • 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

    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.

    • London, United Kingdom
    • Helsinki, Finland
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    EIT Digital Summer School programmes are open for Bachelor and Master students, young professionals, and others who want to deep-dive into emerging digital technologies, learn how to turn technology into business, and eventually launch deep-tech startups. Learn from the faculty and staff of our top tech EU partner universities. Gain hands-on experience through company cases, project work and collaboration. Competitively priced tuition. Have fun meeting and networking with like-minded students from around the world!

    • 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.

    • Athens, Greece

    Webster Athens brings the best of American education to Greece. We are the only fully owned and controlled (academically and financially) accredited campus of a US university in Greece. Take your education abroad and participate in our challenging and in-demand programs built to provide the flexibility and convenience necessary to succeed in today's world.

    • Berlin, Germany
    • Hamburg, Germany
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    BSBI is dedicated to training students to effectively shape the future and become tomorrow’s leaders in an ever-changing business world. With enterprise and success at its core, BSBI offers industry-relevant programmes which focus on developing the practical business skills needed to ensure your professional success. An international business school that provides academic excellence located at the heart of Berlin, Germany.

    • 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.

    • New York, USA
    • Athens, Greece
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    Unicaf is a global educational organisation based in Europe, offering scholarships to eligible candidates to pursue academic studies with its partner universities, currently the University of Suffolk (UK), the Liverpool John Moores University (UK), the University of South Wales (UK), the University of California, Riverside Extension (USA) and multi-campus Unicaf University (Africa).

    • Athens, Greece

    New York College is a fast-growing multinational educational organization in Europe with 32 years of academic presence. Founded in Athens in 1989 in collaboration with the State University of New York, the largest University in the USA today has a dynamic presence in 2 countries with 3 university education institutions in Athens, Thessaloniki and Prague.

    • Tripoli, Greece

    The University of Peloponnese is a modern, multidisciplinary, regional, and multi-campus university, established in 2000, it accepted its first students in 2002. Developed in the five Capitals of Prefectures of the Peloponnese Region (Tripolis, Corinth, Nafplion, Sparta, Kalamata) and Patra, comprises 9 Schools and 22 Departments. It offers studies in all cycles of learning: undergraduate, postgraduate, and Doctoral as well as Life Long Learning, with more than 20.000 students (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Cycle of Studies).

    • Thessaloniki, Greece

    As an institution of higher education, Perrotis College provides degree programs that are both research-based and practically oriented, and which respond to the public’s social, economic, and environmental concerns. Perrotis College, as a division of the American Farm School, promotes equal opportunity for all students and employees, as well as for all applicants for admissions or employee positions, regardless of race, religion, gender or ethnicity.

    • Athens, Greece

    ATINER’s mission is to act as a forum where academics and researchers from all over the world can meet to exchange ideas on their research and discuss the future developments in their disciplines. Homer (3000 years ago) was the first to call such meetings symposiums, a word that today is used by many languages to describe academic meetings. In Classical Athens of the 5th Century BCE, such academic meetings reached their colophon of glory, especially those with Socrates’ participation. The epic ergo of Plato’s Symposium can be considered as the archives (book proceedings) of just one of many such academic meetings.

    • Athens, Greece

    The private college Institution d'Etudes Francophones (IdEF) started its operation in 1995 in collaboration with the French Public University Sorbonne Paris Nord, with the aim of providing the academic undergraduate and postgraduate programs of Paris 13 in Greece. IdEF students are normally enrolled students at the Sorbonne University Paris Nord, have the same student status and receive the same education as students studying in Paris.

    • Athens, Greece

    We are committed to providing our students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and learning experience that will assist them in achieving their greatest potential in order to adapt and adjust to a diverse and ever-changing society and labor market. We are dedicated to creating a challenging learning environment that encourages the cultivation of an entrepreneurial mindset among our students, thus broadening their horizons and enhancing their career prospects. At IST, the focus lies on the students!

    • 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.