The Graduate School of Industrial Studies was established in 1948 by decree No 800/1948 under the surveillance of the Ministry of Education.
In its sixth decade of operation, the University of Macedonia, the continuity of the historical Graduate School of Industrial Studies of Thessaloniki, is a modern state Higher Education institution, renowned for the ambience of quality, freedom, democracy, meritocracy and individual development it provides to all its members: students, Academic and Research Staff and university employees.
Thousands of University of Macedonia graduates pursue successful careers in Greece and abroad. On our part, given the current adverse economic situation affecting the Greek youth, plagued by unemployment, we at the University, do our best to support our graduates and our students to enhance their prospects of entry in the labour market by means of our Careers and Internship Offices and through updating the programs of study in all our departments.
Coming to a foreign country can be both exciting and difficult. In order to get some practical help and get to know student life you can apply for a tutor.In our Universtiy there are special tutors for foreign students working on a voluntary basis.
Accommodation is an important consideration while you are living away from home. University of Macedonia is not a campus University and due to the shortage of housing (there are only 3 dorms available), almost all the exchange students will be accommodated off campus. This can be a not so cheap option, so sharing with fellow students helps to spread the cost.
The Library of University of Macedonia is a modern academic library which aims to offer essential educational and reference work, responding to the demands of a dynamically arising academic institute, such as the University of Macedonia.
Computer and Network Operations Center (CNOC) is available for student practice and for the use of the faculty and is located on the first floor of the University. The CNOC supports the teaching and research activities of all University Departments as well as the University administration.
Students with special needs are treated the same as all other students. They have the same rights to health services (at the Student’s Welfare Office), the University dormitory and the access at any student’s activities organised from the Student’s Association and ESN.
The Physical Education Unit of the University of Macedonia gives Erasmus students the possibility to familiarise themselves and participate in the various sports and physical activities. The objective of these activities is to develop students' physical, emotional and intellectual abilities in a balanced and harmonious way and to adopt a more healthy and active life-long attitude.
Incoming students can participate actively in many actions like the recycling program (paper, aluminium, batteries), help in the design of the informational and promotional campaign for UOM’S recycling program and support it, help in the design an awareness campaign by UOM’s students for UOM’s students, help in the training of university’s personnel and students relevantly to hygiene and safety issues etc.
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