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University of West Attica Unveils Post-Pandemic Goals And Challenges in Higher Education

The newly established University of West Attica (UNIWA), headquartered near the iconic archaeological site of Plato's Academy in Athens, is setting early post-pandemic goals...

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...

Leftist Students Clash With Police After March Against Educational Reform in Athens

A largely-peaceful student protest organized by leftist student associations ended in clashes with Greece's MAT riot police in central Athens on Friday afternoon. Several hundred...

Greek Citizens Will Continue to Pay Same UK University Fees as Britons in 2020

Speaking at an event in the British Embassy in Athens on Friday, Kate Smith, the UK Ambassador to Greece, reaffirmed that the Greek citizens...

Greek Academics, Politicians Call for Crackdown on Campus Violence

Prominent academics and politicians signed an open letter on Wednesday calling on the Greek government to put an end to the endemic violence in...

Two Greek Universities Ranked in Top 10 Percent of the World

Greece's two largest Universities are among the top ten percent of all the universities in the world's, according to new rankings published recently. According to...

Greek Universities Lag Behind in Foreign Student Numbers, Study Suggests

According to the study ''The shape of global higher education: International Comparisons with Europe,'' conducted recently by The British Council, Greek universities lag behind...

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki To Help Create New “University of Europe”

France, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland and Greece will cooperate to lead developments in higher education in the European Union, state-run AMNA news agency...

Tally of Suspicious Envelopes Sent to Greek Universities Continues to Rise

Greek law enforcement agencies and universities remained on high alert as the tally of suspicious envelopes sent to the country's universities from India, including...

Greek Education Minister Wants to Drop Panhellenic Exams

During a speech in the Greek Parliament on Monday, the Greek Education Minister stated that the government is attempting to create a system which will...

Tsipras, Mitsotakis Clash Over Lawlessness at Greek Universities

PM Alexis Tsipras and leader of the main opposition party New Democracy, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, clashed in Parliament over the issue of law and order in...

More Than 37 Thousand Greeks Study Abroad

More than 37 thousand Greeks opted to study in foreign universities in 2017, making the country seventh in the world in proportion to its...

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