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Thessaloniki Courses

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece, a classical city full of Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine monuments. It was founded by Cassander and named after the sister of Alexander the Great. Over the long centuries of its history, today’s capital of Northern Greece has been distinguished as a foundation of the Hellenistic world and as the twin capital of Byzantium after Constantinople. Thessaloniki has been called a city of imagination, a melting-pot of populations and peoples, a city of myths, with roots stretching back into pre-history, a cosmopolitan center close to the beautiful resorts of Halkidiki.

 Selection of courses


Thessaloniki students have the option to sign classes at Aristotle or Macedonia Universities. Thessaloniki students have the option to sigh classes at universities. Both universities are across the street to each other. All students must sign up to 5 with a minimum of 4 three credit courses.

The Aristotle University


The Aristotle University ( ““  is named after Aristotle, the great Greek philosopher and teacher of Alexander the Great. It is the largest University in the Balkans with 60,000 students, which help define the cities rich intellectual and social life.

The University of Madedonia


The University of Macedonia ( ““  started in 1957 as a graduate industrial school. From 1990 have also eight fields of undergraduate studies. Its main goal is the University of Macedonia students, dynamically and effectively to participate in the new challenges of an international and ever more globalize market.



Students at Thessaloniki will be housed at rental apartments. Arrangements have been made for one meal daily (supper) and also lunch with a Paideia scholarship based on merit and need, during the school days for the entire semester.

Course Offerings


The courses will be taught in English (except Greek Language Courses) by regular professors within the premises of the Aristotle and Macedonia Universities. All students must sign up for 5, with a minimum of 4 three credit courses.


All students must sign up for 5, with a minimum of 4 three credit courses.

  • Electronic Mass Media Technology(spring) 3 credits

  • Writing for Print 3 credits

  • Writing for Broadcast 3 credits

  • Talk, Interview & Discussion Programs (spring)   3 credits

  • Risk Communication & Globalization of Risk (spring) 3 credits

  • Television and Entertainment (spring)   3 credits

  • Structure of Radio and Magazine Industry (spring) 3 credits

  • Public Relations 3 credits

  • Interviewing (fall) 3 credits

  • Mass Communication Systems 3 credits

  • Political Communication and Democracy (spring) 3 credits

  • Power, Journalism & Political Communication in Film (fall) 3 credits

  • Multimedia Production(including Internet multimedia) 3 credits

  • Television Production II(including Web-TV) 3 credits

  • Computer Mediated Communication 3 credits

  • Radio Production (including Web – Radio) 3 credits

  • Public Policy Making: government, inter-governmentalism,   governability

  • Media Management 3 credits

  • Environmental Journalism in SE Europe 3 credits

  • News Sources & International News Organizations 3 credits

  • Travel Journalism and Communication  3 credits

  • The Rise of Digital Genre: Online Newspapers 3 credits

  • Cultural and Creative Industries 3 credits

  • History of Architecture: Antiquity 3 credits

  • History of Architecture: Byzantium – Islam 3 credits

  • Restoration-Reuse of Historical Buildings(Methodology-Practice)

  • Greek Design and Architecture 3 credits

  • Diachronic Approach to Greek Architecture 3 credits

  • Tourism Development 3 credits

  • Lake and River Ecosystems 3 credits

  • Environmental Education and Awareness 3 credits

  • Marine Biology 3 credits

  • Elements of Sculpture

  • Sculpture V & VI

  • Engraving I, II, II, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX & X

  • Elementary Modern Greek I Four

  • Elementary Modern Greek II Four credits

  • Intermediate Modern Greek I Four credits

  • Intermediate Modern Greek II Four credits

  • Drama Three credits

  • Poetry Three credits



All students must sign up for 5, with a minimum of 4 three credit courses.

  • Topics in Economic History of Greece 3 credits

  • Managerial Economics 3 credits

  • Financial Management 3 credits

  • Elements of European Community Law  3 credits

  • Business Law 3 credits

  • Business Strategy 3 credits

  • European Union: Institutions and Politics 3 credits  

  • European Union and Greek Corporations 3 credits

  • International Organizations & Law 3 credits

  • International Relations @ Democratization in SE Europe

  • EU Economic Integration @ Labor Market Institutions      

  • International Economic Law @ Law of International Transactions 3 credits

  • The EU & USA: Comparing Economic & Social Institutions

  • Labor Market Institutions and Human Resource           

  • Management in the European Union and the United States   3 credits                                                           

  • Money, Banking and Financial Markets 3 credits

  • Principles of Microeconomics 3 credits

  • Principles of Macroeconomics 3 credits

  • Productions and Operations Management 3 credits

  • Organizational Behavior 3 credits

  • International Business 3 credits

  • International Marketing 3 credits

  • Economics & Business in Black Sea Region 3 credits

  • Economics and Business in The Balkan Region 3 credits

  • Consumer Behavior and Strategy 3 credits

  • Branding and Product Strategy 3 credits

  • Global Marketing Management 3 credits

  • Marketing Analysis and Decision Making 3 credits

  • Management and Organizational Behavior 3 credits

  • Marketing Analytics 3 credits

  • Public Relations 3 credits

  • Computer Networks & Security 3 credits

  • History of Modern Greece   3 credits

  • Elementary Modern Greek I Four credits

  • Elementary Modern Greek II Four credits

  • Intermediate Modern Greek I Four credits

  • Intermediate Modern Greek II Four credits

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