Panhellenic Exams 2016: 77-Year-Old Woman Fulfills Childhood Dream

Efthymia Stergiou -- a senior citizen, aged 77 -- sat for the nationwide Panhellenic Exams along with over 100,000 students around Greece. Her decision...

Greece: EU’s Third Worst in Education Spending

Negative data recorded in the report of the EU’s Observatory for Education and Training included: significant reduction in the dispenses for education, high...

Controversial Bill on Higher Education Clears Greek Parliament

One member of Greece’s parliamentary majority voted against the controversial bill on Higher Education that was approved in the House on Wednesday. Dimitris Kammenos, MP...

Avlona Youth Prison Notes 4 Successes at Panhellenic Exams

Four Panhellenic Exam candidates from the Avlona Youth Detention Facility were successful in the exams, managing to graduate from senior high school despite the...

Greece’s Welfare Secretary: 200,000 Students Undernourished

Welfare Secretary General Dimitris Karellas said that one in three students goes to school hungry, announcing a program that would feed some of the...

Minister of Education and OLME Talks Break Down

A normal opening of the new school year is at risk, after the fruitless meeting of the Minister of Education, Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos, with the...

Greece’s Open University at Risk Due to Lack of Funds

The Greek Open University is in danger of having its study programs cancelled and being shut down due to lack of funds. A large number...

Photo Exhibition for 40 years of AUTH Geology Department

The Department of Geology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), in celebration of the 40 years of its function, is organizing a photo...

Neo-Nazis Stop Student Parade in Santorini because of Foreign Flag Bearer

Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party members have been violently disrupting events where foreigners are participating for years. This time they stopped a student parade from...

Arvanitopoulos: The Academic Semester Won’t Be Cancelled

The Greek Minister of Education, Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos, during an interview to Real FM, assured that universities will open and that the academic semester won't...

Increase in Masters and PhDs in Greece

There has been a great increase in the number of university students that acquire post-graduate studies in Greece. During the academic year 2012-2013, the number...

Cyprus University First to Accept Bitcoins for Tuition

The University of Nicosia founded in 1980, became the first university to globally accept the popular digital currency bitcoin for the payment of tuition...

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