Through a diverse selection of activities, the International Faculty, CITY College, offers its students the opportunity to acquire new skills, improve existing ones, and become more knowledgeable in a particular area of their interest but also to have great fun.
These student organisations are run by the students with the guidance and support of the Department of Student Services.
‘Healthy body, healthy mind!’ We strongly believe in this saying and for that reason each year we broaden the range of athletic activities offered to all our students:
‘Gymnasium’ fitness centre
‘Gymnasium’ fitness centre offers enjoyable exercise opportunities to our students through at an extensive variety of cardio and weight equipment.
The gym is located right at the heart of Thessaloniki, and very close to our campus.
Students may join the gym for free. For more information, please contact the Department of Student Services and Alumni.
Students are informed about the latest issues in marketing and advertising, learn a lot about strategies and goals, discuss the results of promotional activities and follow the international marketing trends worldwide. The clubs organizes many interesting events throughout the academic year.
Join our Marketing Club on Facebook
Students acquire knowledge about filming and editing by using new multimedia equipment to film and edit college activities.
Join the AV Club on Facebook
Students can take part in “real life” research projects in subject areas of their interests while they can also experience working in partnership with academic staff and with a group of other people.
Join the Research Club on Facebook
Students can become activists and serve humanitarian, ecological, societal and other purposes within and outside the college, as well as contribute to the community and society at large.
Students have the opportunity to practice musical instruments, join a band and organize music events with their classmates.
Join the Music Club on Facebook
Students who are fond of board games are offered the chance to practice their brain and have fun.
Students learn how to develop their own robots and discuss the impact of robotics in our lives. Participants don’t need to have programming skills.
Club members meet once per week.
Are you into salsa, rumba or even modern dance? Then maybe you should consider joining our Dance Club! The Dance Club is a student-run dance group where members share their passion and potential for the dance floor and have fun dancing with each other. Members meet at the YMCA.