Nikolaos Papadopoulos

Dr. Nikolaos Papadopoulos is an Academic Fellow at the Department of Organizations Management, Marketing and Tourism of the International Hellenic University (former Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki), with specialization in Research Marketing, Strategic Marketing and Tourism Market Research.

He holds a Bachelor Degree from Department of Business Administration from University of Macedonia, a BSc in Marketing as well as a BSc in Accounting from Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, MSc in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and a PhD in Sports Marketing from University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki.

From the academic year 2020-21 until today, he is a member of the Collaborating Scientific Staff (S.E.P.) at the “Sports Management” Master’s Program of the School of Social Sciences at the Hellenic Open University (E.A.P.) in the modules “Sports Marketing” and “Sports Consumer Behavior”.

His research interests include Sports Marketing, Service Marketing and Sports Consumers Behavior.


Contact details:


Building of Marketing, ground floor, Marketing Research Laboratory, classroom 5, IHU, Department of Organizations Management, Marketing and Tourism, PO Box. 141, PC GR57400 Sindos, Thessaloniki.


(+30) 2310013741


Ways of communication

(a) Meeting hours with students: Wednesday 11:00-13:00

(b) Via the Messages option (from the moodle exam sod platform). Here you can express your questions, comments and observations, at any time, without the limitation of office hours. Requires you to be enrolled in a course.

(c) Communication with students (online, via zoom or other modern distance learning platform), after consultation.

Teaching courses


– Marketing Research (winter semester)

– Tourism Market Research (winter semester)

– Marketing of Educational Units (winter semester)

– Statistics (spring semester)

– Marketing Strategy (spring semester)

– Accounting according to Hellenic Accounting Standards (spring semester)