The Faculty of Philosophy, the earliest building of Aristotle University, was founded in 1925. The University's motto "ΜΟΥΣΑΙΣ ΧΑΡΙΣΙ ΘΥΕ" is engraved on the entrance.
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (often called the Aristotelian University) is the largest university in Greece and the Balkans. It was named after the philosopher Aristotle and its campus covers 230,000 square metres in the centre of the city of Thessaloniki. It comprises 7 Faculties organized into 33 Schools, 5 faculties with only 1 school each, as well as 4 independent Schools (a total of 42 Schools). Some educational and administrative facilities are located off campus for practical and operational reasons. More than 81.500 undergraduate and postgraduate students study at the Aristotle University, 72.140 in undergraduate programmes and 8.360 in postgraduate programmes. The Teaching and Research Staff numbers 2,207 people (767 professors, 452 associate professors, 618 assistant professors, and 370 lecturers). The Scientific Teaching Staff numbers 65 and the Special Laboratory Teaching Staff numbers 259 people. The primary language of instruction is Modern Greek, but there are a number of courses for international students which are carried out in English, French and German.
Eth. Aminis Thessaloniki 546 36 Greece
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Philosophy (Old Building), Room 208
Thessaloniki Kentriki Makedonia 546 36 Greece
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