STUDENT IN THESSALONIKI
HOUSING INFORMATION & LIVING COSTS
In Thessaloniki you can find many Real Estate businesses that can help you find the apartment you want.
This is a list including the prices of some basic goods that determines the cost of living
*0,50€ If you obtain
the Academic ID Card
Milk (1 Lt)
1,00€ - 1,50€
Loaf of fresh
1,50€ - 3,50€
at a cafeteria
1,00€ - 2,00€
4,00€ - 6,00€
*at a bar
Apples (1 kg)
0,80€ - 1,40€
Bottle of Water (0,5 Lt)
0,15€ - 0,50€
THESSALONIKI, A SIGNIFICANT HISTORICAL AND MULTICULTURAL CITY
Thessaloniki is the second-largest city of Greece, established 2300 years ago. With a population of 1,1 million, located in the north of the country and capital of the Region of Central Macedonia. It is the administrative, cultural and business centre of northern Greece.
Studying Medicine in Thessaloniki will be a unique experience. Adding this to the beauty and the history that the city of Thessaloniki has to offer, your years as a student here will be engraved in your heart forever.
University General Hospital of Thessaloniki AHEPA
Studying Medicine in Thessaloniki, Greece, has been a superb experience that I would highly recommend to anyone who pursues a career in Medicine and would like to enjoy the amazing vibe of this rich, cultural and diverse city.
Dr Katerina Vraka
Paediatric Neurology Grid Registrar at Royal Manchester
Children’s Hospital, Manchester, United Kingdom
THE EASY-TO-ACCESS CITY OF THESSALONIKI
Aristotle University is located in the heart of Thessaloniki, with easy access from any location in the city and by any means of transportation. Thessaloniki is easily reached by direct international flight connections to about 117 direct destinations, including major cities around the world and has 22 daily flights to Athens. There are bus and railway connections to every big city in Europe via Italian ports and the Balkan Peninsula.
APPLICANTS FROM COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION NEED A STUDENT VISA
Applicants from countries outside the European Union need a student visa. Applicants should communicate with the Greek Embassy/Consulate in their country for information on the procedure and also on the time needed for the conclusion of the process.