SNF Presents the Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program

(Photo by The National Herald) Representatives of Greek universities gathered on Monday at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center for the presentation of the Greek...

Cooperation Between Greek and Palestinian Universities

The rector of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Yiannis Mylopoulos and the new ambassador of Palestine in Greece, Marwan Toubassi, announced a collaboration between...

Lights, Camera, Action… and a Free Thassos Vacation!

The "Delos" Higher School of Drama and the Municipality of Thassos are organizing the 1st Theater Anti-Scene from July 8-12 at the island's municipal...

Exhibition Promoting Greek Diaspora

A proposal to establish the 1st of March as a day dedicated to Greek Diaspora was recently expressed during the inauguration of a special...

Eurobarometer Survey: Greeks Have Degrees But No Skills

According to a survey released by Eurobarometer, 43% of Greek citizens and 25% of Europeans report that their education and training do not meet the...

Strike at Greek Universities Illegal

The court’s ruled that the strike of the administrative staff at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and the University of Athens (UOA)...

Funding from Unlawful Activities for Greek Student Housing Needs

The Greek Ministry of Education will receive four million euros of the total amount of 17.6 million euros derived from unlawful activities -- money...

No Account Of Immigrant Kids In Greece

Thousands of immigrant children in Greece may be living on the streets or in places unknown, with only 397 being recorded staying in shelters,...

In Greece Governments Change But Everything Remains the Same

A new opinion poll published today shows one more time that Greek people are still in denial after five years of harsh recession. According...

Greek Students Invent Frappe Machine

Even during the darkest times in Greece, Greeks aren't giving up their beloved frappe, a cheap coffee concoction almost everyone sips for hours while...

Education Minister and Archbishop Agree to Make a Bilateral Decision on Religious Education in...

Education Minister Nikos Filis and Archbishop Ieronymos II of Athens and All Greece met on Tuesday to discuss the controversy created over the exemption...

Greek Student Named Best Oralist at International Law Competition

A Greek law student has been named the world's best oralist. Athanasios Plexidas, a law student at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, was...

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