ATEITH at a glance
Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki (ATEITH), the second largest Technological Educational Institute of Greece comprises 5 schools (faculties) and 23 Departments offering, in total, over 2000 course modules for local students. A great number of them (continuously expanding) are offered in English, supported by state of the art laboratory equipment and highly qualified personnel. Agricultural Technology, Business Administration and Economics, Food Technology and Nutrition, Medical Care, almost every Engineering discipline, and a lot more can be studied at the highest level. ATEITH offers a high quality academic experience that help students improve themselves with an emphasis on novelty and originality. The students are an active part of a leading academic community characterized by independent thought and enquiry. They study and work alongside academics and practitioners who are experts in their field. At ATEITH we pride ourselves on our excellence, which can be seen in all aspects of academic and student life. Our academics are global experts and they translate their excitement about their research into teaching. They work alongside with the students to explore the latest approaches in order to provide a better understanding in their chosen area of study. The Institute was listed in the 2013 Webometrics University Ranking Report as the top Greek Technological Educational Institute, ranked higher than 10 Greek Universities and within the top 7.5% of the highest ranked Universities worldwide. ATEITH is constantly updating its academic facilities with state-of-the-art information and teaching resources. The Library contains the majority of resources needed to successfully work and study here, while the Computer Centre provides facilities to enhance learning and personal development.
The strategy of international development is a constituent part of ATEITH main strategy, strongly related to EU regulations, international standards and provisions. By implementing this international strategy, the Institute becomes part of the EU education institutions network and contributes to the EU targets of increasing the cooperation between industry and education, strengthening the cooperation of EU higher education institutions, as well as, increasing the innovation transfer. In this context, the institute is participating in various international educational and research projects. The Institute’s international strategy is based on the principle that international cooperation equip individuals with a range of competencies, including improved language skills, which are increasingly valued by employers. In addition to the knowledge gained through study and research, the ability to understand different perspectives and cultures helps academic staff and students to become more self-reliant, independent and culturally aware. The main overall objectives of the international strategy of ATEITH are:
For information regarding the departments and their programmes of studies please follow the Institutional Erasmus Web Site
Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki 1999-2013