Roma Children Receive Computers Thanks to Young Greek-American

Thanks to the initiative of 17-year-old Greek-American Aristotelis Aslidis, who managed to raise 5,000 dollars and purchase computers, the lives of 150 Roma children...

Technological Institutions Upgraded to Universities of Applied Sciences

Deputy Minister of Education Sia Anagnostopoulou stated that the Greek government has proposed an upgrade to Technological Institutions being renamed and restructured as Universities...

Greek University of Ioannina Faces Closure

Due to the strict fiscal policy and mobility scheme that the Troika imposes, the Greek government took great measures in order to reform the...

German Chancellor Merkel’s Love ‘Attack’ Toward Greeks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted that the stereotypes claiming Greeks are not hardworking people are wrong, however her statements from May 2011, when she...

Upcoming Strike With New School Year

Everything indicates that teachers will start the new school year 2013-14 with a five-day strike from September 16 to 20. According to the teacher’s union...

Greek Architecture Student Wins Prize for Chair Design

Greece's higher education institutions are getting recognition for their studies and research abroad. Dimitris Sergentakis, a 5th-year student from the Architectural School of the Polytechnic of Crete, competed...

Hotel Owners Propose New School Holidays

The association of hotel owners of Greece has proposed that the government establish an interim school holiday across the country so that Greek families...

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...

School Year Starts Today in Greece

The school year for primary and secondary students starts today across Greece. Priests and politicians visit schools for the ceremonious first-day holy blessing event. Students...

School of Philosophy Buried in Trash

Classes in the School of Philosophy of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens are taught in the midst of garbage and stench, according to...

Greek Universities on the Verge of Collapse

It recently took a crew of 25 municipal workers to clear the six-month-old mountains of garbage that had accumulated in the School of Philosophy...

First World Olympiad for Modern Greek Won by Ukrainian Girl

Twenty-three-year-old Anna Vinnik from Kharkov, Ukraine is the winner of the World Olympiad for Modern Greek, organized for the first time this year The purpose...

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