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Vacancies at the International Hellenic University

In this section you will find information on career opportunities at the International Hellenic University. Posts are open to all applicants who meet the eligibility criteria, irrespective of gender, age, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation.

 

Other Vacancies

  • ΠΡΟΣΚΛΗΣΗ ΕΚΔΗΛΩΣΗΣ ΕΝΔΙΑΦΕΡΟΝΤΟΣ ΓΙΑ ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΙΑ ΣΤΟ Π.Μ.Σ. “MSc in Bioeconomy: Biotechnology and Law” ΤΗΣ ΣΧΟΛΗΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΙΣΤΙΚΩΝ, ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΚΩΝ ΚΑΙ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΩΝ ΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΩΝ

    Πρόσκληση εκδήλωσης ενδιαφέροντος

    Προθεσμία: 23/09/2019

     
    CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR THE “MSc in Bioeconomy: Biotechnology and Law” School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Economics

    Call for expressions of interest

    Deadline: 23/09/2019

Regulations for the use and operation of the electronic equipment of the IHU

  1. IHU PC Labs
    Operation - Purpose - Activities

1.1. The IHU has computer laboratories for educational and research purposes which are equipped with computers, printers, scanners, projectors, etc., to be used for the teaching and research activities of the postgraduate study programmes of the IHU Schools as well as for academic research and the preparation of scientific articles.

1.2. The purpose of the Laboratories is to support the educational and research activities of all members of the IHU community (students, researchers, teaching staff, etc.) and to serve the wider purposes of the University, as defined by the Governing Board of the International University.

1.3. These activities include indicatively the following permitted uses:

  • Work by students in the context of specific courses
  • Access by students to the various electronic services provided by the University (e.g., digital library, administrative services, etc.)
  • Access by students to scientific information resources available on the Internet
  • Learning and practical exercises in the context of courses and seminars provided by the Postgraduate Programmes of Study which require the use of computers
  • Research activities within the scope of the Schools
  • The facilitation of the dissemination of knowledge
  • Seminars, lectures and scientific announcements and presentations which are not part of the scheduled educational activities of the Schools and courses in the context of lifelong learning programmes.

  1. CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE USE OF EQUIPMENT

2.1. Use of the equipment is permitted for all active members of the academic community of the IHU (postgraduate students, scientific and research personnel, teaching staff, academic assistants, administrative staff and in general contracted staff). All the above should be holders of the special IHU student or employee card and should show the card on entry to the University facilities.

2.2. Use of the equipment is for the educational, research and academic needs of the users only and should be consistent with the mission and operation of the IHU. Any use for other purposes (such as entertainment, commercial or professional exploitation for purposes unconnected to IHU activities, etc.) is strictly forbidden.

Use of the laboratory equipment is free of charge, by order of priority and is not subject to any time limits.

Users must strictly abide by the Terms and Conditions governing each electronic service and database provided by third parties and accessible to the IHU at any point in time as imposed by the providers. To this intent, every user must be aware of such Terms and Conditions and must accept them prior to use of such services (e.g., electronic journals and books, on-line databases, etc.). Moreover, all users must observe the legislation on intellectual property (L.2121/93) and IHU regulations regarding plagiarism. Uses who violate the terms and conditions of use of databases or electronic services through their own fault will be held responsible for the compensation and reparation of moral damages to the University as legal guarantors if the providers of the said services take action against the University.

Each user must ensure the integrity and good condition of the equipment. If any problem should be noted, the user must immediately notify the person in charge of the Laboratory, giving full and accurate reference to what occurred while using the equipment.

Laboratory personnel have the right to intervene and withdraw the right of use by any user if they consider that the specific user is not in fact entitled to use the laboratory and/or is violating/neglecting to implement or is not observing the regulations for its operation and use.

  1. FORBIDDEN USES OF EQUIPMENT

3.1. Lab equipment must be used on the basis of the needs of the Schools, the postgraduate students and the academic personnel of the University for teaching and research purposes. Its use must not obstruct due maintenance of the areas and equipment concerned.

3.2. Indicatively the following actions or omissions are forbidden:

  • Any intervention in material and in the officially installed software and any copying thereof.
  • Exit from the laboratory without turning off the computer or disconnecting as a user.
  • Use of equipment for commercial purposes or for any activity bringing financial gain to the user.
  • Uninstallation of software or deletion/movement of files existing on the computers.
  • The scanning and printing of files which are irrelevant to IHU School activity. Printing of files is only allowed with the approval of the person responsible for the Laboratory.
  • The installation, use and/or creation by users of programmes other than those installed by the University.
  • Smoking and the consumption of beverages and food in the laboratory.
  • Use of mobile phones and any other action that may disturb the quiet operation of the laboratory and study by other users.
  • Moving of desks, computers, other equipment and wires that are in the laboratory.
  • Searching for and handling of information/files unrelated to the educational and research work of the Schools and the Study Programmes provided.
  • Saving of information/files unrelated to the educational and research work of the Schools on laboratory computers. Furthermore, laboratory staff have no responsibility for any data loss; each user is responsible for saving back-up copies on personal memory devices (e.g., USB Flash memories, CD-ROMs, etc.).
  • Listening to music or other sounds through computer speakers or other devices. In general, users must not make any noise (music, loud conversation, etc.) that might disturb the work of other users of the laboratory.
  • Simultaneous use of more than one computer by any one user.
  • Hindering the use of any terminal by putting an access code which limits, hinders and makes difficult the use of the terminal by other users.
  • Installation on the computers of any software (applications, supplementary programmes, games, etc.).
  • Use of equipment for any illegal purpose or activity which leads to direct or indirect damage to another party, such as attempting non-authorised access to network equipment, obstruction of web services, access to internet material which contravenes standards of public decency, despatch of dangerous or insulting, illegal, abusive, libellous, etc., email messages, etc.
  • Use which contravenes the terms and conditions of use of electronic services and databases and any misuse and/or illegitimate use of all the electronic services provided by the International University (such as, indicatively, the systematic downloading of the complete contents of volumes of electronic journals, allowing access to such material by any means to other, non-authorised users within or outside the country, etc.). Users must protect the good reputation of the IHU – which has contracted with the respective providers of the electronic services – and must strictly observe the terms and conditions of use of such services.
  • Group use of equipment or the creation of a crowd around the equipment.

  1. LABORATORY OPERATING HOURS

4.1. At the start of every academic year a detailed programme is drawn up and made available regarding the use of laboratories, giving priority to the educational requirements of the programmes of study. The remaining hours are available for the use of students, under the supervision of laboratory staff or other officer, as appointed by the Governing Board of the university.

4.2. The programme includes scheduled activities such as course lessons and laboratory practice sessions, as well as extra activities such as special lessons and tutorials. Lesson programmes are publicised on School Office noticeboards. During lessons and practice sessions, third persons are not allowed to be present in the laboratory, unless otherwise permitted by the teaching staff member.

  1. EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE / UPGRADING

5.1. Laboratories may be temporarily out of use, either in part or completely, for reasons to do with the maintenance and upgrading of equipment, installation of software, pilot use of software or other extraordinary or special circumstances.

5.2. Laboratory staff undertake to inform users as soon as possible, via noticeboard announcements, when such scheduled interruptions to laboratory use are to take place and to keep users informed regarding any planned or otherwise interruptions.

  1. EQUIPMENT FOR FUNDED PROGRAMME WORK

Equipment necessary for the execution of work funded through the Special Research Account of the University is for the use of the members of the respective Project Team (under the supervision and responsibility of the Scientific Leader of the programme).

This equipment is the property of the University, may be used as a resource for the execution of other programmes and obligations undertaken by the University and, after completion of the specific Project, is made available to its other academic and/or administrative units, subject to any respective application being approved by the Management Committee of the Special Account (in compliance with the respective clause of the Project Funding and Management Handbook).

Use of this equipment is administered through the form in Appendix A. The equipment details are recorded both in the Central Register of Assets of the University (kept by the Financial Services Department) and in the Asset Register of the Special Research Account (kept by the latter’s Secretariat) in compliance with the Joint Ministerial Decision 679/22.08.1996, as modified and in effect after its publication.

  1. OBLIGATION TO OBSERVE THE USER REGULATIONS

7.1. The above regulations must be observed by all users of the laboratory equipment. Any violation of these regulations may incur sanctions by the Governing Board of the University, which sanctions escalate in severity in relation to the severity of the infringement and may range from prohibition of entry to the laboratories to the suspension of the user and his/her expulsion from the University.

7.2. The present regulations may be modified and/or supplemented by decision of the Governing Board of the University.

 

External Evaluation Reports

External Evaluation Report of IHU

“...IHU has created a “model” institution for research and teaching unique to Greece...” – December 2015

A team of independent evaluators from prestigious institutions such as University of Heidelberg, American University of Dubai, Flinders University of Adelaide, ETH Zürich and University of Bern, carried out in December 2015 an external evaluation of the International Hellenic University, on behalf of the Hellenic Quality Assurance & Accreditation Agency (ΑΔΙΠ).

Their findings, published in a publicly available report, are high in their praises for IHU’s successful record thus far.

  • “IHU has created a “model” institution for research and teaching unique to Greece”
  • “IHU is a university with a unique organisational structure pursuing a new model of post-graduate education based on high-quality and cutting-edge teaching and research.
  • “IHU is a vibrant outward looking institution that promotes international collaboration at different levels.”
  • “The EEC noted comments by many students regarding the high quality of education offered at IHU. In conjunction with instruction exclusively in English, students believe that they have a competitive edge when pursuing further studies abroad.”
  • “excellent implementation of the Quality Assurance system”
  • “It is the opinion of the EEC that IHU stands out among Greek universities in educational and administrative aspects.”

Click here to read the report

 

External evaluation report of the IHU School of Economics, Business Administration & Legal Studies

"...Supported by a University-wide strong organizational culture stressing quality and continuous improvement the School is built on a sound academic base aiming for achieving excellence in research and teaching. In the opinion of the Committee the IHU stands out among Greek universities in many respects and its practices and philosophy bode well for the future.” – External Evaluation Committee, February 2014

A team of independent assessors from international universities carried out an external evaluation of the IHU School of School of Economics, Business Administration & Legal Studies in February 2014 on behalf of the Hellenic Quality Assurance & Accreditation Agency (ΑΔΙΠ).

Their findings, published in a publicly available report, are high in their praise of “…the programmes that are of international standards, the quality of faculty is comparable to that of the very best universities abroad, the teaching methods are modern and relevant, the support services are excellent, the quality assurance are unique in Greece and, in the Committee’s view, IHU is probably one of the very few Universities in Greece that can be compared to the very best institutions abroad with respect to practices and culture..."

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External evaluation report of the IHU School of Humanities

The School and the MA in Black Sea Cultural Studies Praised as Exemplary by International Standards - External Evaluation Report of IHU School of Humanities Announced–

 

“…the School of Humanities, and the wider university, is forward-looking and ambitious… …the MA in Black Sea Cultural Studies, meets all international standards of excellence and is exemplary within the Greek public university system…” – External Evaluation Committee, February 2014

A team of independent evaluators from international universities - the University of Reading, the University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski” and Massey University, New Zealand - carried out an external evaluation of the IHU School of Humanities in February 2014 on behalf of the Hellenic Quality Assurance & Accreditation Agency (ΑΔΙΠ).

Their findings, published in a publicly available report, are high in their praise of the School’s research record, student support services, evaluation procedure, and the teaching quality of the MA in Black Sea Cultural Studies which they commend as high by international standards.

Click here to read the report.

 

External Evaluation Report of IHU School of Science & Technology

".. impressed by the high standards and excellent organization of the School and the overall quality of its programmes.. the School and its international interdisciplinary programmes could and should serve as a possible model for the Academic institutions of the future in Greece." – External Evaluation Committee

A team of independent evaluators from prestigious institutions such as Imperial, the University of Southern California, Karlsruhe Inst. Of Technology, the University of Nottingham and industry carried out in November 2013 an external evaluation of the IHU School of Science & Technology, on behalf of the Hellenic Quality Assurance & Accreditation Agency (ΑΔΙΠ).

Their findings, published in a publicly available report, are highly praiseful of the School’s organization, high quality of Greek and international faculty and programmes of study. The report concludes with suggestions for expanding further and urges the Greek State to support even further the School in its efforts to become a beacon of excellence in education in Greece and the wider region.

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International Hellenic University Legal Studies

"The need for postgraduate studies in specialised areas of law has emerged in many professional fields outside the legal profession per se that require more focused legal expertise"

Legal studies at the IHU are designed to offer a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of Law in cutting edge topics through an interdisciplinary approach designed to suit both law graduates and practitioners and other professionals in related fields.

The main areas covered in the legally oriented programmes offered at the International Hellenic University are: Protection of Cultural Property and Heritage, Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, Transnational and European Law, International Arbitration and Investment Law, Transnational Commercial Law, European Economic Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution (arbitration and mediation), Energy Charter Treaty. Further to these, the legal aspects of other subject areas are covered in individual courses offered on other programmes of study in all three Schools.

The IHU legal programmes attract a diverse mix of recent graduates and experienced legal practitioners but also business professionals and managers as well as international students from various fields, all of whom bring their varying perspectives.

Currently the following innovative postgraduate programmes are offered:

Both programmes are offered in executive mode, i.e., courses are taught over long weekends twice a month. The duration of both programmes is fourteen (14) months (Master’s Dissertation included).

 

Scientific Director:

Professor Dr. Athanassios Kaissis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Law School,
Member of the Governing Board, International Hellenic University
Corresponding Fellow of the Institute for Foreign Law, International Law, Comparative Law, Conflicts of Law and International Business Law, University of Heidelberg

 

 

 

Honorary awards on prominent academics, researchers and practitioners

The International Hellenic University confers honorary awards on prominent academics, researchers and practitioners from the worlds of science, the humanities, and economics and finance.

 

In 2016, Honorary Doctorate was bestowed on:

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Burkhard Hess, Director of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg in recognition of his contribution to the fields of International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law.

 

In 2015, Honorary Doctorate was bestowed on:

Prof. Dr Thomas Pfeiffer, Professor of Law & Director of the Institute for Comparative Law, Conflict of Laws and International Business Law Heidelberg University.

 

In 2014, Honorary Doctorates were bestowed on:

Professor Alexander Nehamas, Carpenter Professor in the Humanities, Professor of Philosophy and Comparative Literature at the University Princeton, in recognition of his contribution to the study of ancient Greek and modern European philosophy, aesthetics and literary theory (Laudatio by Professor Basil C. Gounaris)

Themistocles Vokos, Chairman of Posidonia Exhibitions and Founder of the Seatrade Organisation for his contribution to the international maritime sector

 

In 2013, Honorary Doctorates were bestowed on:

Professor Dr Dr Franz Josef Radermacher, Professor of Database and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Ulm and Director of the Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing FAW/n, in recognition of his contribution to the fields of economics, innovation and global sustainable development.

Professor Dr Dr hc Herbert Kronke, Professor of Private Law at the Heidelberg University Law School, Director of the Institute for Comparative Law, Conflict of Laws & International Business Law and Arbitrator on the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, for his contribution to the fields of international and European business law.

Dr Phaedon Avouris, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Athens, IBM Fellow and Research Manager, New York, for his contribution to the fields of physical chemistry and nanotechnology and their application in nanoelectronic and optoelectronic circuits.

Professor Spiros Pollalis, Professor of Design, Technology and Management at Harvard Design School, in recognition of his contribution to the fields of architecture and design.

Professor em Dr Dr hc Spiros Simitis, Emeritus Professor of Labour and Civil Law, Computer Science and Law, Goethe University, Frankfurt, for his contribution to the protection of personal data and privacy of the individual.

 

In 2012, Honorary Doctorates were bestowed on:

Professor Angelos Chaniotis, Professor of Ancient History and Classics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, for his contribution to the study of ancient history and the culture of the Hellenistic world.

Professor Emeritus Spyros Makridakis, European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD), for his contribution to education and research in business administration.

 

In 2011, Honorary Doctorates were bestowed on:

Professor Eleni Glykatzi-Ahrweiler, Sorbonne University, University of Europe, in recognition of her contribution to Byzantine History and to Education (Laudatio by Professor Basil C. Gounaris)

Professor Joseph Sifakis, Verimag, University of Grenoble, in recognition of his contribution to the field of Computer Science and System Verification

Professor Stamatios Krimigis, National Council of Research and Technology, Greece, Space Department, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, in recognition of his contribution to the Science of Space.

 

In 2010, Honorary Doctorates were bestowed on:

Professor George Constantinides, Leo Melamed Professor of Finance from the University of Chicago Booth, School of Business, for his contribution to research in the field of finance

Minos Zombanakis, Chair of the Group for International Study and Evaluation AG, for his contribution to the creation and development of the Euromarkets.

 

Graduation

Professor Athanassios Kaissis, Scientific Director of Legal Studies of the School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies and Member of the Governing Board of the International Hellenic University delivered a speech representing the School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies and mentioned that this was the first graduation for the students of the newly created MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy.

Quick Facts

At a Glance

  • Greece's first and only public university where programmes are exclusively taught in English. All student administration is also conducted in English.
  • Located in Thessaloniki, a vibrant metropolis and second largest city of Greece.
  • Financed by the European Union and the Greek State.
  • Established by Law No. 3391 October 2005 (in Greek - in English).
  • As a public University, all degrees awarded are accredited by the Hellenic Government and are recognized in the European Union and internationally.
  • Offers an international environment that facilitates the exchange of ideas and interaction among students with different cultural backgrounds.

Education

  • 3 schools: Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, Humanities and Science & Technology.
  • 24 postgraduate degrees.
  • All teaching and student administration is in English.
  • Starting dates: January for the EMBA; November for the MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management; October for all the other Master programmes.
  • Duration of programmes: 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time.
  • A number of programmes are in Distance Learning and Executive (lessons from Friday midday – Sunday) mode.
  • International visiting faculty: Instructors from a number of countries, such as the UK, Germany, Israel, the USA and others.
  • International student body: Students from over 54 countries
  • Strong links with the business community.
  • International Career Office.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

  • IHU Library and Information Centre
    • Over 17.000 books (titles) relating to the modules taught on the courses.
    • Subscription to a wide variety of online databases and electronic journals.
  • IHU Campus
    • Campus spanning 16,000m2 outside Thessaloniki.
    • Modern classrooms equipped with digital teaching aides.
    • Wi-Fi covering the whole campus.

Tuition fees

 

  • Financial Assistance
    • Students can apply for financial assistance.
    • Support is available in the form of reductions in tuition fees and the IHU Academic Excellence Scholarship.
    • Award criteria include amongst others prior academic performance as well as documented need.
    • Upon receiving an offer are eligible to apply for external national and international scholarships.
(executive mode): € 4.000

Contact IHU

University Campus

Address: 14th km Thessaloniki - Moudania
Postal Code: 57001 Thermi, Greece

For information on how to get to the International Hellenic University click here .

For Masters and Admissions information you can contact us on +(30) 2310 807520 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

For information about studying at the IHU:

School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (+30) 2310 807528
School of Humanities This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (+30) 2310 807529
School of Science & Technology This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (+30) 2310 807501
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For other contact details, please see under Administrative and Student Services.

 

Schools and Faculty

Alumni

"Continuing the IHU experience"

about-the-alumni-networkAs an IHU alumnus or alumna, students are invited to be part of an on-line network, a directory that helps them stay in touch with each other and feel part of the School and the University after their graduation. The network is designed to facilitate connections and to enhance global communication for both social and business opportunities.

Much of the University’s communication with the Alumni is via web and email. Through this medium, the University is able to share the latest news and ensures that students continue to be a part of the IHU community.

A variety of IHU’s benefits and services are available to alumni. Please take a moment to explore them:

  1. Alumni Career Services
    • Individual Career Advice

    • Participation in Workshops /Career Fair/ Events/ Seminars

  2. Career Services for Employers

    • Recruitment Services for Alumni Employers

    • On campus recruitment

    • Company Presentations

    • Consulting Project

    • Participation in Career Fair

  3. Access to IHU Library

  4. Guest Lecturer

  5. Reunions

  6. Volunteering: Get Involved

 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

All students, visitors and IHU staff that use public transportation to reach the University, for reasons of safety and security , are kindly recommended to exclusively use the bus lines (No 67 B and 68 A) that enter the University premises and are designated for this purpose. Please note that it is not advisable to use the buses not entering the University premises, as there are sections of the road without pavement and you need to cross a road lacking street lights, which is dangerous.

 

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Map

IHU campus and Administration:

Take the National Highway from Thessaloniki to Moudania (Halkidiki) and turn off at the Thermi & Polygyro exit. At the traffic light, cross straight over the junction and follow the road (past the Thermi Health Centre). The IHU is on your left.

More details on how to get to IHU can be found here.

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About IHU

Students

Information for current IHU students

Prospective students

Information about prospective IHU students

Strategic mission

With backing from the Greek state, educationalists and businesses around the region, we are set to become one of Europe's foremost research institutions and are focused on attracting leading academics and outstanding students from South East Europe (SEE) and across the world.

The International Hellenic University (IHU) is Greece's first public university where programmes are exclusively taught in English.

Established by Law No. 3391 October 2005 (in Greek - in English)
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Our strategic mission is threefold:

  • Provide research and education that meet the needs of the international community
  • Enhance understanding of the economic, socio-political and technological issues facing the societies we serve, through teaching and research of the highest academic standard
  • Create an international and diverse student and faculty community to foster greater understanding between cultures and nations

 

Governing Board

Costas Th. Grammenos

Chairman - Professor of Shipping, Trade and Finance, Cass Business School, City University London

Nicolas Moussiopoulos

Deputy Chairman - Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Nikolaos Bakatselos

Member, Managing Director, Pyramis Group SA

Dimitrios Pandermalis

Member, Professor Emeritus of Archaeology,  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Athanassios Kaissis

Member, Professor of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Basil C. Gounaris

Member, Professor of Modern History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Stelios Mallikourtis

Member, Ambassador (Ret.)

Ioannis Vlahavas

Member, Professor of Computer Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Dimitris Katsantonis Member, Managing Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors, “To The Point”
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