The Department of Social and Educational Policy and the Department of Political Science and International Relations of University of Peloponnese are today in Corinth.
Corinth is a city and a very important harbour in Peloponnese with a population of around 30.000 people. Current Korinthos is actually continuity of ancient Corinth. Located about 78 kilometres (48 mi) west of Athens, Corinth is surrounded by the coastal townlets of (clockwise) Lechaio, Isthmia, Kechries, and the inland townlets of Examilia and the archaeological site and village of ancient Corinth. Natural features around the city include the narrow coastal plain of Vocha, the Corinthian Gulf, the Isthmus of Corinth cut by its canal, the Saronic Gulf, the Oneia Mountains, and the monolithic rock of Acrocorinth, where the medieval acropolis was built.