First Student with Down Syndrome to Enter Greek University

Maria Nitsa is the first student with Down syndrome to pass the exams and enter a Greek university. Nitsa, who also has diabetes, struggled for...

Greek Schools to Receive up to 7,000 Refugee Children This Year

The Greek Education ministry has announced that about 7,000 refugee children will be attending classes in Greek primary and secondary schools this year -...

Thessaloniki University Launches Russian Language Department

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki opened the Russian Language and Culture Department. It was organized a few months ago with the support of the...

Students Assault Rector and Teachers at University of Patras

The Rector of the University of Patras said that he and other Heads of Departments were assaulted by a group of students during an...

Distribution of Scholarly Books Suspended as Greek Education Ministry Delays Payment

The Association of Scientific Book Publishers decided to suspend the distribution of scholarly books to university students for the 2017-2018 academic due to the...

Greek Professor Branded a Fascist for his Stance on University Vandalism

A Greek professor at Panteion University of Athens, has become the target of anarchists and other extreme left-wing groups, for his outspoken stance against...

Greek 16-Year-Old Comes in 3rd in International Microsoft Competition

Greek 16-year-old Kyriakos Chatziefthymiadis, took home third place among 567,000 other participants, in the International Microsoft Office Specialist Competition of 2017. Students between the ages...

Santorini Mayor Appeals to Locals to ‘Adopt a Teacher’ as Cost of Living Rockets

The mayor of the cosmopolitan island of Santorini, has appealed to local residents to adopt a teacher, as renting an apartment on the island has...

Mass Cheating at the University of Patras Uncovered

More than 100 Greek university students have been caught in a mass cheating scandal at the University of Patras, in western Greece. The group; mostly...

UNICEF: More Refugee Children in Greek Schools than Ever Before

Greek schools are welcoming more refugee and migrant children who have been stranded in Greece since April of last year, according to UNICEF. Major efforts...

Education Minister Criticizes Thessaloniki University Dean for Seeking Police Help to Deal with Drug...

Greece's Education Minister Costas Gavroglou, criticized the unanimous decision of the Dean and the Rector's Council of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), to seek...

Greek School Year Starts Short 5,000 Teachers

The school year started on Monday in Greece with the traditional holy water sanctification. Over one million students went to class, but with 5,000...

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