Thessaloniki Professor to Receive Shanghai Award for Teaching Greek to Chinese Students

Rania Katavouta, a doctoral candidate of modern Greek literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, will receive a Silver Magnolia Award from the Chinese...

Quadruplet Girls Pass University Entry Exams in Western Peloponnese

Seeing four 18-year-old girls, spitting images of one another, succeeding in the yearly university entry exams in different institutions is not something common, to...

Greek State to Subsidise Internet Access to First-Year Students

The Greek government is planning to subsidize internet access for about 72,000 students accepted into the country’s universities and technical colleges (TEI) this year. The...

Deputy Education Minister Compares Greece to India, Justifies Young Students Going Abroad

It's not the first time that Deputy Education Minister Kostas Zouraris has made controversial comments about the state of the country. The academic and...

Opposition Slams Gov’t over Back and Forth regarding University Entrance Exams

Education Minister Costas Gavroglou and the Greek government overall came under fire from the main opposition for going back and forth on the issue...

University Entrance Exams Results for 104,965 Greek Students Released

Greece's Ministry of Education on Thursday put an end to the suspense and worry of over 100,000 families by releasing the results of the...

Finn Church Aid Helps Refugees Study in Greece

Because of war and having to flee their home, many refugee children have spent years without education. For many of them, learning centres aided...

Chinese, American Students Survey the Petrified Forest of Lesvos

The renowned Petrified Forest on Lesvos has become the focus of attention of major universities around the world. Groups of Geoscience students are visiting the Greek...

Three Greek Universities Among World Top 500

Three Greek universities are among the 500 best in the world, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), also known as the...

Greece Second from Bottom in Teachers-Students Ratio in Europe

Greece has the second worst ratio of teachers to students in the EU, according to a new comparative study of European higher education institutions. According...

Greek Education Minister Admits Opting–Out of Military Service

Education Minister Kostas Gavroglou admitted press reports that he opted-out of military service, which is compulsory in Greece. Speaking to state TV ERT, Gavroglou described...

Olympic Champion Pyrros Dimas Blasts Government on Flag-Bearers

Pyrros Dimas, Olympic gold medalist and one of the greatest weightlifting champions of all time, has launched a scathing attack on the Greek government...

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