Faculty of Health Sciences

Welcome to the Faculty that forms tomorrow's health scientists!

The Faculty of Health Sciences of the Metropolitan College includes the widest range of contemporary university courses for health sciences -Bachelors & Masters- on innovative specialisations which are in high-demand in the labour market: Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Dietetics, Biomedical Sciences, Podiatry, Medical Genetics and Rehabilitation.

The mission of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Metropolitan College is the training of new health professionals and scientists who are able to meet the requirements of the modern labour market and contribute to scientific developments.

The courses are offered in collaboration with top International Universities: Queen Margaret University, Oxford Brookes University and University of East London.

They are upgraded according to the latest scientific developments and are based on the application of contemporary treatment methods with the use of cutting-edge technology and new generation diagnostic equipment that the propriety laboratories of the Metropolitan College possess.

During their studies, students have the opportunity to perform clinical training in numerous health organisations that the College collaborates with, so that they can acquire a solid scientific background as well as professional skills which are necessary for their professional development at a national and international level.

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Certifications by International Health Organisations



Organisation of International Conferences


International Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Conference

Establishment of IOSR


Metropolitan College has established the Institute of Occupational Science and Rehabilitation in order to support and contribute in research projects that promote science progress.

WRA Member


As a reward for the IOSR activity, Metropolitan College Faculty of Health Sciences is a World Rehabilitation Alliance (WRA) accredited member, a WHO global network for the implementation of the “Rehabilitation 2030” initiative.

Modern specialised laboratories


Proprietary labs with new generation equipment

Accredited Studies


Graduates become HCPC members





Irene Pithakaki

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy graduate

“During my 4year studies at Metropolitan College, I gained knowledge and life lessons by expert Academics. I also experienced the OT science and gained many career opportunities through my clinical placement”.

Nefeli Georgiou

BSc (Hons) Dietetics graduate

“Metropolitan College is not only a university but a great life lesson too. During my studies, my teachers taught me how to be a good dietician but also, how to overcome challenges. They are people you can trust”.

Konstantinos Zikos (Greek sprint champion 60 & 100m)

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy student

“Metropolitan College gives me the opportunity to study in an international university and environment, while living in Larissa city, in Greece”

Katerina Araniti

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy graduate

“My studies at Metropolitan College helped me a lot to develop reasoning, to identify the original scientific facts and to conduct my own research! This type of education offered me the appropriate skills to complete the demanding course I chose for my postgraduate studies”.

Angelos Mantas

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy graduate

“My professors at Metropolitan College taught me the principles of research and helped me to incorporate the interdisciplinary way of thinking in order to find the right therapeutic rehabilitation method for each person”.

Xenia Chatzillari

BSc (Hons) Nursing last year student

“State-of-the-art Health Labs with high quality simulation equipment, interdisciplinary education, participation in seminars and guest-lectures organized by the College and the clinical training in numerous health organizations”.

Marios Nikolopoulos

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy graduate

“During my studies at Metropolitan College I met people who inspired me, educated me and taught me the importance of life-long learning in order to be a qualified and efficient professional. I am also grateful that the programme of study was held in English, since it helped me become fluent”.

Emilia Zampeli

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy Graduate - Occupational Therapist in the North Middlesex University Hospital - NHS Trust (London)

“While studying at the Metropolitan College I felt – at the very least – lucky to have had the opportunity to be taught by renowned individuals in the field of Occupation Therapy. Thanks to everything that they taught me and after obtaining a licence to practice the profession in the United Kingdom, I pursued a job in major public hospitals in London.”

Emmanuela Kanetaki

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy Student

“From the 1st year of my studies at the Metropolitan College I am being given the opportunity to attend clinical settings and witness the application of Occupational Therapy in Greece”.

Penny Spanou

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences Student

“By studying at the Metropolitan College, I was able to perform my internship at the Evaggelismos General Hospital, where I came in contact with successful scientists in the field of medicine. Today, I am studying for my Master’s degree on “Reproductive and Developmental Biology” in one of the top universities in the world, Imperial College in London.

Panagiotis Sardellis

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences Graduate

“The facilities and laboratory infrastructure of the Metropolitan College – a necessity for my studies in Biomedical Science – are outstanding, while my studies enabled me to perform my internship at the Evaggelismos Athens General Hospital, where I came into contact with the clinical side of my field and decided to become a doctor.”

Giannis Markogiannis

BSc (Hons) Podiatry

“It is magnificent to think that Greece has its own Podiatry school. My studies at the Metropolitan College exceeded my expectations. I am very grateful to my professors, who really stood by us and imparted their knowledge and experience, helping us to develop critical thinking.”

Stefanos Dibler

BSc (Hons) Nursing Student

“At the Metropolitan College I learn from professionals with extensive experience and passion for what they do! In addition, it is so well-organised, that even during the period of online learning we can contact our professors or the Academic Support Centre at any time for any problems or difficulties we may face”.

Akis Karras

Student BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

“I am studying Physiotherapy in order to improve the quality of life of people in need of physiotherapeutic care. The professors at Metropolitan College not only provide us with valuable knowledge, they also help us to the fullest to fulfil our academic obligations.”

Michael Aggelos Tsitouras

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Student

“The organisation, modern facilities and teaching methods of the Metropolitan College play a decisive role in my overall performance in my studies and subsequently in my career.”

Vaggelis Alexiou

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Student

“What I like about Metropolitan College is that professors encourage us to work as a team.”

Alexandra Charalambidou

BSc (Hons) Speech& Language Therapy Graduand

“During my studies at the Metropolitan College I acquired knowledge, critical thinking and a research spirit! The Speech and Language Therapy course is entirely up-to-date and offers internships through which you become familiar with the reality of the profession.”

Eleni Gontoura

BSc (Hons) Speech& Language Therapy Graduate

“A sincere ‘Thank you’ to the Metropolitan College which provided me with the opportunity to attend a comprehensive course, and to my professors who supported me in everything I needed.”

Evdokia Vouvousi

BSc (Hons) Speech& Language Therapy Graduate

“I did it! Having travelled a path full of sacrifices, joys, stress and tears, I am now officially a Speech and Language Therapist. A big dream came true for me and the feeling of fullness is unparalleled! Of course, all this became possible thanks to the Metropolitan College and the remarkable Speech and Language Therapy course.”



Anastasia Kokkali

Clinical Dietitian-Nutritionist

“The Thessaloniki Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre “Anagennisi” collaborates with the Metropolitan College in Thessaloniki, and more specifically with students of the Dietetics Department, for their clinical training. The cooperation is harmonious and communication with those in charge is excellent. During the internships, a friendly environment is cultivated with the students, who leave their internships pleased and satisfied since they have gained ample knowledge on proper communication with patients. At the same time, since our centre employs a range of specialities (doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, psychologists), students have the opportunity to witness a wide range of clinical cases and their respective nutritional handling.”

Thalia Zolota

Speech and Language Therapist

“I consider myself fortunate to be able to train Metropolitan College students in a place like “ANAPLASI”, where we can impart our knowledge and developments in Speech and Language Therapy, so that they can become worthy successors of this science. We work as a team and students have observed many cases and all the latest scientific developments. At the same time, we also gain a lot from the students of the Metropolitan College. We hope that the Speech and Language Therapy Department of the Metropolitan College will create many more worthy and capable colleagues who will later continue their studies at a postgraduate level and will hopefully teach our science to younger generations.”

Lamprini Vasilaki

Director-General of APOKATASTASI S.A.

“We would like to express our satisfaction with our cooperation with the personnel responsible for the implementation of the Metropolitan College Internships, as well as with your students who perform their clinical training at our Centre. We believe that your students have the appropriate theoretical background to meet the needs of the tasks assigned to them. Internships help to improve knowledge, exchange know-how and best practices, and to find work in the future. At APOKATASTASI S.A. students learn to collaborate, to work as a team and gain experiences from an organised and specialised environment in the field of recovery and rehabilitation.”

Parthena Giannoulaki

Clinical Dietitian-Nutritionist

“In the context of the practical and clinical training of Metropolitan College students in the Dietetics-Nutrition Department of the AHEPA University General Hospital of Thessaloniki, students have the opportunity to learn about the profession of clinical dietitians through observation of daily clinical practice and to come into contact with a wide and different range of clinical cases which will help them witness in practice proper communication and the nutritional handling of various diseases. Furthermore, they are in a position to see the operation of a meal production unit as well as the supply and distribution of food in clinics, which we deem important for the students’ future as professional dieticians.”

Aggeliki Kakaniari

Director of Human Resources at VIOIATRIKI

“The VIOIATRIKI Group of Health Companies has maintained a long and fruitful collaboration with the educational Group AKMI. Since 2012, the Group has welcomed a significant number of students either for internships or to provide them with information and give them a tour of our modern and fully equipped laboratories. At the same time, talks and lectures have been given to the students by the Group’s expert executives and experienced scientific personnel. The collaboration also includes the Group’s successful participation in the College’s Career Days, where our executives come in contact with the College’s graduands in exploration of their absorption into the labour market. A common finding in all our dealings has been the high-quality training and education that students receive.”

Nikitas Kanakis

President of Doctors of the World

“In the difficult times we live in, the collaboration of those who can offer is not only self-evident, but imperative as well. Therefore, we are very happy about this collaboration. When a large Humanitarian Organisation – well-established in the consciousness of Greek society – crosses paths with a highly-reputed College with significant contribution to private education, the result can only be a starting point for important solidarity actions as well as a learning challenge for your students. It is not only our pleasure to work with young students eager to learn and offer, but our obligation as well so that apart from the solid training students will receive from your College, tomorrow’s nurses can also possess the sensitivity required.”

Maria Athanasiadou

Occupational Therapist

“Only positive experiences emerged from the clinical training performed by Metropolitan College students in the Occupational Therapy Department of the Kalamaria Open Care Centre for the Elderly (KAPI). There has been mutual benefit in the two years of our collaboration. KAPI members embraced the young students with love, kindness and respect. There was not even the slightest tension or dysfunction. On the contrary, feelings were developed that remained even after the end of the clinical training. I believe that it was a positive experience for the students as well, thanks to which they have acquired foundations as future professionals in terms of how to deal with healthy elderly individuals in open care institutions.”

Marina Stathokosta

Occupational Therapist, Deputy Coordinator of Therapeutic Programme, Filoktitis

“Since 2012, the ‘Filoktitis’ Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre has been accepting students for their clinical training in collaboration with the Metropolitan College. In this context, students have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge to inpatients and outpatients who suffer from Neurological, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory, Cardiological diseases, as well as to patients hospitalised in Increased Care Units. Students practice their professional skills under the guidance and supervision of experienced clinical instructors in an interdisciplinary environment, with the main objective being maximisation of learning, which is achieved through excellent collaboration with the College’s respective departments as well as through the students’ eagerness to learn.”

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