Harokopio University of Athens
Harokopio University of Athens is a public university dedicated to promoting research and learning in a small, well focused set of intellectual areas. The university, situated in the centre of Athens and close to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre of the Acropolis, originates from an educational institution that was first established in 1929 (as Harokopios Higher School of Home Economics) and gained the status of University in 1990. It takes its name from the national benefactor Panagis Harokopos.
The University’s excellent campus facilities houses four academic departments, the central administration, the library, the IT centre and student advisory services. Harokopio University of Athens is located close to many important cultural sites of interest such as the Acropolis Museum, Thissio,Panathenaic Stadium (Kallimarmaron), Keramikos and the Benaki Museum.