University Facilities and Infrastructure
The AUEB library was founded in 1928. Since 1990, it has been operating under modern systems of IT automation, which were partly funded by the European Union.
The library hosts a series of Greek and foreign (mostly English) scientific journals and research papers. Academic journal titles cover a wide range of areas, including Economics, Business Administration, International and European Economic Studies, Management Science and Marketing, Informatics, Statistics, Accounting and Finance, and Management and Technology.
The library has a collection of Greek and foreign (mostly English) books that cover topics in Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Accounting, Informatics, Management etc. Books are classified by subject and according to the Dewey international classification system.
European Documentation Centre
The European Documentation Centre of the AUEB Library was founded in 1992 by the European Commission, after an agreement with the University. This agreement was renewed in 1996 and 2005.
Its aim is to promote and consolidate teaching and research in the field of European integration and make information on the EU and its policies available to the public, both university-based and other.
The study room provides students and faculty members with material that will aid them in their studies and research, and includes textbooks, manuals, working papers, dissertations, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and lecture notes distributed by instructors.
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- AUEB Career Office
The University hosts a career office for students and graduates. The Career Office’s aim is to provide university students and graduates with information concerning conditions in the labour market and opportunities for employment available to them by firms and organisations. The office maintains an extensive electronic database that functions as an inventory of students and firms, and thus can provide a complete picture of the corresponding supply and demand in the labour market. Each February, the Career Office organises “Career Days”, where students and firms are invited to get in contact with each other and discuss students’ career and employment prospects.
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- Computer Centre
The University’s Computer Centre is one of the most modern and fully-equipped computer centres compared to Greek and foreign universities. It includes both a central system department and a PC and local network department.
Apart from computer and network facilities available to students by the University, the department maintains a fully-equipped computer laboratory (EUROLAB), which offers students access to internet services and software packages to gather information and conduct statistical analyses for their studies and research. The department’s students and faculty members enjoy exclusive access to the services provided by the laboratory. EUROLAB also holds short-courses that are organised in small groups and aim at developing students’ skills in using computer programmes (e.g. Word, Excel, SPSS, Eviews, Statgraphics, internet management programmes, etc.).
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