CITY College, University of York Europe Campus is part of the University of York community, one of the leading UK Universities in Europe. This European base is a unique international institution based in Greece but with satellite activities in 8 countries and it is widely recognised throughout the region for its academic excellence. Throughout its 30 year history, CITY College has continued to connect the UK with the whole region, Europe and the world.
CITY College, University of York Europe Campus embraces internationalisation and gives its students the very best experiences, curricula and traditions of the acclaimed British higher education. It transfers knowledge, in-depth research and academic excellence across the region through its education hubs in order to build capacity and support the academic and professional aspirations of the students and their communities.
CITY College Europe Campus consists of four academic departments - the Business Administration & Economics Department, the Psychology Department, the Computer Science Department and the English Studies Department - and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
There is a dynamic international environment across CITY's educational bases comprising students and highly qualified faculty members from more than 60 countries, who speak over 20 languages. This provides students with the opportunity to benefit from different perspectives and gain a greater understanding of the wider world in a truly unique English language learning environment.
CITY College, University of York Europe Campus is a hub for the University of York that strives to create an inclusive international community which contributes to the public good; advances the development of people and the societies in the region; connects academic, research, government, and corporate networks throughout the region to create and share new knowledge; and creates new opportunities for all.
Students who successfully complete their studies for the University of York programmes at CITY College, University of York Europe Campus are graduates of the University of York. CITY College is a private legal entity located in Thessaloniki, Greece, where it operates as a College according to the local law. CITY College is licensed by the Greek Ministry of Education and operates according to law no 3696/2008 on the establishment and operation of Colleges (official gazette no A’ 177) and 4093/2012 (official gazette no A’ 222).
University of York
University of York is one of the world’s premier institutions for inspirational teaching and life-changing research. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group, which represents 24 leading UK universities that maintain the highest research and academic standards.
The University holds a Gold Teaching Excellence Framework award and, in the Times Higher Education’s ranking of the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014), York was ranked 10th in the UK for research impact.
The University’s aims - research with relevance and reach, ethical and empowering education, positive and productive partnerships, lasting legacies - enable us to realise its vision of creating social benefit and public good through everything it does.
University of York works across disciplines to find better ways to research and address the global challenges of our time; to provide students with the opportunity to encounter different ways of understanding the world around us and new ways of shaping it; to magnify our impact through local and global partnerships with boldness, ambition and innovation in the ways we create, share and apply knowledge; and to open up opportunity for all to join a diverse and inclusive community of shared purpose.
Accreditation and Recognition
CITY College is strongly committed to quality education and academic excellence. It is officially accredited and recognised by top international accreditation bodies.
The European Network of National Information Centres (ENIC Network)
British Accreditation Council (BAC)
Association of MBAs (AMBA)
Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
British Computer Society (BCS)