Minority Schools Shut Down in Thrace

The Greek Ministry of Education, according to the Government Gazette, announced that it temporarily shut down 12 Muslim minority schools in Western Thrace as...

Athens’ Law Students Win lCC Honors

Athens’ Law school has been honored with the trophy of the Best Newcomer team within the framework of the 8thInternational Commercial Mediation Competition (ICC),...

Greece Spends 95,000 Euros Per Student

The Greek government spends over 50,000 euros per student studying at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). This is the most expensive degree per...

Athena Project to Reform Academic Sector

According to the Education Minister Costas Arvanitopoulos, many reforms are designed to be implemented in the sector of education within the framework of the...

University of Ioannina in UI Greenmetric Ranking

The University of Ioannina has been evaluated based on its functionality and environmental awareness, and is now listed among the 250 universities in the...

Harvard’s Hellenic Center Joins With Arsakeia

The Society for the Promotion of Education and Learning Arsakeia-Tositseia Schools said it's going to enter into a collaboration with the Center for Hellenic...

Greek Teachers Abroad Gather In Crete

Greek professors abroad are participating in an Intercultural and Migration Studies Center training seminar in Rethymo, Crete that is running from Jan. 7-18 under...

Open University Operating in Preveza

A new type of university is going to operate in Preveza and Kanalaki. This university which is open to everyone is a new institution...

Vaxevanis Says Oligarchs Rule Greece

Greek investigative journalist Costas Vaxevanis, acquitted on charges of invasion of privacy but facing prosecution again for publishing the names of 2,062 Greeks with...

Cypriot Students Choose Greek Universities

Αccording to data of the Statistical Service of Cyprus, Cypriot students studying abroad seem to prefer Greece. According to these results, during the academic year...

Student Booted From Room After 22 Years

A student at the University of Patras in Greece who was living in his dorm room for 22 years has been evicted, officials said. The...

Greek Colleges Cut Courses 30%

Moving swiftly despite complaints, Greek Education Minister Constantinos Arvanitopoulos said the government would immediately implement plans to cut back the number of university departments...

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