Professor Complains of Rampant Criminal Activity in University of Athens Campus

National Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA) Deputy Professor Manos Stephanidis sent an open letter to the Dean of the School of Economics, Thanos Dimopoulos,...

Greek National Library Moves to Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center

After three long years of preparations, the hundreds of thousands of books and other items in the Greek National Library's collections, are making the...

Greek Scientists Storm World’s Most-Cited List

Five Greek professors have made it onto a prestigious list of the most influential researchers in the worldwide scientific community. The five -- all from...

Greece Announces University Wi-Fi Plan

University students across Greece are to get access to Wi-Fi at their campus accommodation, according to a new government initiative revealed on Friday. Greek media...

Greece’s Deputy Education Minister Gives Lessons in Vulgarity

Greece's Deputy Education Minister Kostas Zouraris is known for his controversial and often provocative views. Some times, he even can get downright offensive, and...

Education Ministry Abolishes High School Trips Abroad

                            (Education Minister Costas Gavroglou) Greece's Ministry of Education has decided that,...

Chinese Students Enjoy Greek Studies at Athens University

  Hailing from the Beijing Foreign Studies University, 23 students are the first ever group of Chinese students to attend the Athens university, to learn...

Greek Among Hardest Languages for an English Speaker to Learn

It may not be the most difficult in the world to learn, but according to various studies, Greek is among the hardest languages for...

Vandals Ransack University Campus in Thessaloniki (photos)

Unknown assailants stormed the administrative office of the University Of Macedonia (PAMAK), on Wednesday evening in Thessaloniki, and caused extensive damage to the interior. According...

Greek Teacher Goes Homeless for a ‘Special Lesson’

A Peloponnese teacher who believes that teaching is more than making students learn theoretical lessons from a book, attempted a social experiment to find...

Action Aid: Only 15% of Greek Children with Special Needs Get Education

Only about 15 percent of children with special needs have access to education in Greece, says an Action Aid report published in 2015. The issue became...

Vandals Target Professor Speaking Out Against Violence in Greek Universities

The car of a Greek professor at the University of Thrace, was vandalized on Wednesday by unknown assailants outside his home at Xanthi, northern...

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