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Athens Medical Group (AMG) was established in 1984. Its goal: to provide high quality, integrated healthcare services, based on a patient – centered approach. From the first years of its operation, it became a “catalyst” of progress in Healthcare, being the first Greek medical institution to introduce state-of-the-art medical equipment and secure collaborations with distinguished scientists, thus providing services equal to those of internationally acclaimed hospitals. 

European University Cyprus and Athens Medical Group have signed a Memorandum of Strategic Cooperation for the clinical training of medical students in the Group’s high-tech hospitals in Athens and Thessaloniki.

The German Oncology Center (GOC) is a modern center of excellence in the diagnosis, treatment and research of cancer in Cyprus that currently houses over 80-beds that serve over to 3,000 patients per year. The GOC is a leading cancer hospital in the application of progressive treatment methods, such as in vitro chemotherapy, radiotherapy, brachytherapy, target therapy, etc.  The state-of-the-art departments include radiotherapy unit, nuclear physics unit, pathology/ immune-pathology unit, medical physics unit, target therapy unit, molecular imaging unit, pharmacology unit and dedicated oncology ICU, among others.  As an exclusive training site, GOC exposes EUC School of Medicine students to the latest best practices in diagnosis and treatment of patients with cancer during their oncology junior (Year 4) and senior (year 6) clerkship rotations.
The Start-Up Center powered by Microsoft is located on campus and forms the evolution of the long standing Microsoft Innovation Center. It serves as a source of funding and support fostering partnerships between entrepreneurs and initiators in the broader region and is open to students, faculty, researchers, IT professionals and investors. It assists tech-entrepreneurs by supporting and refining their ideas, ultimately helping to bring those ideas to the market by providing the necessary networking and resources. Drawing on the University’s existing strong foundation as a center of research and knowledge transfer and as an incubator and accelerator for industry solutions, the Center plays a vital role in generating powerful ideas and implementing new solutions that both inspire and ensure sustainable economic growth.

Hadassah University Hospital was the first hospital established in Jerusalem in 1918.  Today the Hadassah University Medical Center has expanded to include two University Hospitals with 850 doctors, 1940 nurses, 1000 beds, 31 operating rooms, 9 intensive care units and 5 schools of allied medical professions.  EUC School of Medicine and Hadassah University Hospital have initiated a strategic network alliance for innovative clinical training and research across multiple levels.

Founded in 1999, the American Medical Center (AMC) is a state-of-the-art health care center. Originally AMC was known as the American Heart Institute (AHI), and served as a specialized diagnostic and interventional cardiology center, with cardiac-disease prevention and rehabilitation services, covering the entire spectrum of adult cardiothoracic surgery.   Today, AMC has expanded to include several frontline disciplines, including neurosurgery, breast center, plastic surgery, orthopaedics, ENT with close to 150 specialists. The facility houses 6 operating theaters, 60 beds, ICU unit, and clinical and diagnostic laboratories.   As an exclusive training site, the pioneering state-of-the-art facilities and the internationally renown staff of AMC contribute substantially to the clinical training of EUC School of Medicine students.
IASO Children’s Hospital belongs to the IASO Group, one of the largest private Healthcare Groups in Greece. The pediatric clinic has been in operation since 2008 and accommodates 80 fully equipped beds with 5 pediatric intensive care units, 3 operating rooms and collaborates with more than 1,500 pediatricians and related specialists.  In an exclusive agreement, EUC School of Medicine students are offered the opportunity to do their junior (year 5) and senior (year 6) pediatric clinical clerkships at IASO Children’s Hospital in Athens.
IASO General Maternity and Gynecology Clinic serves as one of the top Maternity Hospitals in Greece, with several specialized services including an Assisted Reproduction Unit (IVF), Gynecological Oncology Department, and Radiation Oncology Center, among more.  The state-of-the-art facilities and renowned specialists that include EUC School of Medicine faculty, has place the clinic among the top in Europe. In an exclusive agreement, EUC School of Medicine students are offered to opportunity to do their junior (Year 5) and senior (year 6) OB/GYN clerkships at the Clinic.
Hygeia Hospital offers international patient services with a wide range of healthcare services, with state of the art centers including, Da Vinci Robotic System, Bariatric Surgery, Gamma Knife Brain Radiosurgery, Robot-Assisted Microscope for Neurosurgery, among others.  The 200 full-time and 600 associated physicians, many of who are among the EUC School of Medicine teaching staff, cover 50 specialties.  The exclusive agreement between EUC School of Medicine and Hygeia offers EUC School of Medicine students the opportunity to do select junior or senior clerkships at Hygeia hospital.

EUC has partnered with GEDS France to assist French-speaking students in applying to programs in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Sciences and Physiotherapy.  A full-service, user-friendly educational platform, GEDS supports students throughout the pre-and post-admissions process by assisting with program selection, aiding in admissions’ document collection, providing interview preparation and arranging campus visits. GEDS is the main contact for French-speaking students from the first phase of the admissions process through to acceptance at EUC.


European University Cyprus’ School of Business Administration and the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) have established the MENA Centre of CCAF on the European University Cyprus (EUC) campus. CCAF is a research institute set up by University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School and has been collaborating with EUC since 2021.

The EUC MENA CCAF Centre connects regional innovation in digital finance, providing evidence-based research to support the work of stakeholders and policymakers in their response to financial innovation. The Centre has supported globally impactful research with organizations such as the World Bank, the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The Centre undertakes interdisciplinary research in financial innovation and develops digital tools to support market players and financial authorities. The Centre provides research for the Middle East/North African region and is the link for collaboration, training and research between the public and private sectors as well as for recording the impact of fintech in the region. Undertaking capacity building and training on issues related to fintech, the Centre also offers support to financial authorities for technology-related matters.

The aims of the EUC MENA CCAF Centre are:

  • To identify frontier global trends in fintech
  • To understand evolving business models enabled by technological innovation
  • To analyse the socio-economic impact of digital financial services

In addition to academic output and research reports, the Centre also produces open-access public digital tools to better visualise data and disseminate knowledge, as well as deliver impact-driven capacity building and educational activities at scale.

University collaborations

In recognition of the important role undertaken by European University Cyprus in creating a common European higher education area, leading Greek Universities have joined forces with it through agreements of strategic collaboration. Such interdisciplinary collaborations aim, inter alia, at the establishment of joint/dual degrees, the design of joint research programs, transfer of knowledge, exchange of students and scientific and administrative personnel, the organization of scientific meetings (conferences, one-day events, symposia) and joint supervision of doctoral theses.

  • The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • The Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki
  • The Democritus University of Thrace
  • The Ionian University
  • The University of Patras
  • The University of Peloponnese
  • The Harokopio University
  • The Hellenic Open University
  • The University of Western Macedonia
  • The University of Macedonia
  • The University of the Aegean