The National Technical University Of Athens (NTUA)

The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) is a public-owned University and the largest Technological University of Greece.

 

NTUA has contributed unceasingly to the country's scientific, technical and economic development since its foundation in 1837. The School of Civil Engineering is the oldest School of NTUA, established in 1837 .

In 2016, the School of Civil Engineering of NTUA was ranked 8th in Europe among all Civil Engineering Schools and 29th worldwide.

 

 

Transportation modes:

  • road transport
  • railway transport
  • maritime transport
  • air transport
  • combined transport

Transportation types:

  • urban and interurban transport
  • transfer of people and goods
  • national and international transport
  • terminal stations

Number of students/personnel

Students

  • 12.000 undergraduate students
  • 1.500 graduate students (following MSc and PhD programmes)

Personnel

  • 550 faculty members
  • 150 scientific assistants
  • 700 administrative and technical staff
  • 2.000 researchers

Number of students/personnel

Zografou Campus

  • Total area: 1.200.000 m2
  • Total building facilities: 240.000 m2
  • Patission Campus
  • Total area: 26.000 m2
  • Total building facilities: 43.000 m2

In total

  • 80 m2 per student total area
  • 23 m2 per student building facilities

 

NTUA Campus Mobility Infrastructure

  • Road network (16 km)
  • Bicycles network (3,8 km)
  • Pedestrian network (6,2km)
  • Sidewalks (16 km)
  • Plazas (20.000 m2)
  • Parking areas (3.200 spaces)
  • 12 junctions
  • 30 traffic calming bumps
  • 200 traffic signs