Student Life in Greece
Some universities offer student accommodation, while some others might be able to assist in looking for private rented flats and student hostels. Casual summer jobs are usually easy to get in Greece. Ferry travel and subway services are popular travel options. All students are entitled to free healthcare, which includes medical examinations, treatments, dental care and physiotherapy.
Most universities offer Sports Centers, where numerous sports and activities can be undertaken. Cultural Clubs support and promote artistic expression and creativity via theatre, dance, cinema, photography, fine arts, etc.
The landscape of Greece provides many things – the Mediterranean climate, the beautiful beaches and islands, great historical sites, and a thriving nightlife to boot! Students can productively spend their time exploring the country, along with 26 other European countries under the SCHENGEN visa.
Greeks are known for their loyalty and hospitality. Students should ideally try and imbibe these celebrated traits, making their stay in Greece, and life beyond, rather positive.
Know More About
Studying in Greece
Why Study in Greece?
Greece has 24 universities and 16 technical universities. Greece’s contribution to academia around the world is immensely inspiring. From Socrates to Plato, Pythagoras to Hippocrates, Greece has been home to some exceptional scholars. And the country has invested in this reputation it enjoys, enhancing its quality of education to meet the expectations of its legacy.
Education System in Greece
All institutions/universities offering higher education in Greece are completely self-administered by an established council, supervised and financed by the state.
Cost of Studying in Greece
Greece is one of the cheapest European countries. Tuition fees in the universities are rather modest, and some universities also offer meals and free services to students. Apartment rents are not high either and cheap but good street food is aplenty.
Student Visa Requirements for Greece
At the undergraduate level, applications go through the Hellenic Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs. For the postgraduate level, applications are sent directly to the university. Depending on the university and course applied for, there might be a test of proficiency in the Greek language or any other language the programme is in.
Universities in Greece
Top universities to consider when you plan to study in Greece
Listen to our student’s success stories and what they have to say about their journey with us!
Education For L.I.F.E
Learn. Inspire. Focus. Empower
Authorised University Partner
Years of Experience
Students Enrolled in Universities