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Technical University of Crete
Πολυτεχνείο Κρήτης
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Established 1977
Type Public
Rector Joakim Grispolakis
Staff 270
Students 3385
Undergraduates 2660
Postgraduates 725
Location Chania, Greece
Campus Kounoupidiana Campus, 7km East of the city of Chania
Nickname TUC
Website www.tuc.gr

The Technical University of Crete (Greek: Πολυτεχνείο Κρήτης Politexnio Kritis) (TUC) is a state University under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and was founded in 1977 in Chania, Crete. The first students were admitted in 1984. The campus is located on a panoramic site in the peninsula of Akrotiri and covers an area of 750 acres, 7 km Northeast of Chania. Library, cafeterias, and students' dormitories are located on campus. The purpose of the institution is to conduct research, to provide under-graduate and graduate educational programs in modern engineering fields as well as to develop links with the Greek industry.

Academic Structure

Technical University of Crete consists of the following departments:

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