Aristotle University of Thessaloniki - University Units

University Units

The campus of the Aristotle University covers 230,000 square metres and is located near the centre of the city of Thessaloniki. The majority of the university units is found inside the campus, but there are also various institutions, laboratories and facilities of the university which are located outside the campus (Centre of Byzantine Researches, Veterinary clinics, University farm and forest reserves etc.). The following are some of the most important university units of the Aristotle University:

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