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Greece to Open Schools on September 14 With Enhanced Coronavirus Measures

Greek Minister of Education Niki Kerameus, along with Greek health officials, announced on Tuesday that schools in the nation will officially open on Monday,...

Gazing at the Stars: The Mystic Allure of the Space Observatory Atop a Greek...

Up on the slopes of central Greece, about 230 kms from Athens and 30 kms from historic Thermopylae, stands a humble, yet fully functional,...

Student Demonstration Takes Place in Greece’s Large Cities Despite Coronavirus Curfew

Hundreds if not thousands of people gathered in Athens' Syntagma square on Friday morning to protest against an Educational bill the Greek government is...

Athens University to Offer Free Online Courses to Greek Islanders and Border Residents

Τhe National and Kapodistrian University of Athens has announced recently that it will offer two hundred free placements in online learning training programs for...

Greece Launches Distance-Learning Platforms for Coronavirus Times

Τhe Greek Education Ministry announced on Friday that it was responding to the challenge of school closures due to the coronavirus by launching digital...

Four Remarkable Greeks With Autism Hope To Conquer Granola Bar Industry

Focused on social inclusion and endorsed by beloved Greek chef IIias Mamalakis, four remarkable young Greek individuals who are on the autism spectrum have started...

Coronavirus: Greece Closes Eight Schools in Athens, Bans All School Trips Abroad

The Greek Ministries of Health and Education announced on Friday that a total of eight schools will shut down in Attica as a precautionary measure...

Greek Authorities Call for Calm as Italy Records Seventh Coronavirus Death

Greek authorities have asked the public to remain calm and not panic as neighboring Italy struggles to cope with the unexpected and dramatic rise...

US Embassy to Support ”2020 STEM STARS GREECE” Educational Competition

The American Embassy in Athens announced recently that it will support the ''STEM STARS GREECE'' educational competition that will take place in Athens this...

Harvard University Considers Creating Courses on Refugee Crisis in Greece

Harvard University, one of the world's most prestigious academic institutions, has reportedly been mulling how to create a course devoted to the refugee crisis which...

Foreign Nationals Invited to Study in Greece on International Day of Education

The Greek government on Friday invited foreign nationals students from all around the world to come to study in Greece, on the occasion of...

Number of Postgraduate Degree Holders Sets a New Record in Greece

Greece's younger generations have become known across Europe and beyond for the high level of their academic qualifications and achievements, a trend that took...

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