CITY College is the International Faculty of the University of Sheffield and it is based in Thessaloniki. It was founded in 1989 and has established itself as one of the best educational institutions of South East Europe. It is not simply a cooperating college with a foreign university, but it is a full and integral academic department (faculty) of the University of Sheffield and the only one operating overseas, under the same terms and conditions, the same evaluation tests and offers, the same privileges and the same education benefits for students.
The CITY College offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the fields:
– Business and Economics
– Computer Science
– English Language and Literature
The CITY College also offers the Executive MBA graduate program which is designed for business executives who want to develop their business skills and knowledge, but without departing from their professional obligations.
Doctoral Research (PhD)
The promotion of academic research is an integral part of the CITY College philosophy. In 2003, the International Department of the University of Sheffield, CITY College, founded the South East Europe Research Centre (SEERC), an international, non-profit research center based in Thessaloniki which conducts theoretical and applied research in the SE European region. The SEERC offers studies at doctoral level through the PhD Program in the following areas: Business Administration, Psychology, Computer Science and Political Science.
Recognition / Certification
CITY College, the International Faculty of University of Sheffield is recognized and certified by competent, official, international institutions, such as: British Degrees Recognition Body (UK NARIC), British Council of Recognition (The British Accreditation Council – BAC), Association of MBAs (AMBA) , The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), Chartered Management Institute (CMI), British Computer Association (British Computer Society – BCS), the British Association of Psychologists (British Psychological Society – BPS).