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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 has hit Europe in the last decade. The proposed course would be offered in close partnership...

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 the International Day of Education. During the event titled "Building International Bridges: Opening Greek Universities to...

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 root in the country several decades earlier. Greek citizens are constitutionally entitled to receive a high-quality...

An 8-Year Old Greek Stuns the World with His Incredibly High IQ

He is only eight years old and solves complex mathematical problems in a matter of seconds. Tasos Gerantides, a third-grade student from Pella, Northern Greece, is an "extremely intelligent" pupil, with a general IQ of 140. He has managed to impress...

Greek Students Learn Sign Language for the Sake of Their Deaf Classmate (Video)

A beautiful story of true love, respect, inclusiveness and kindness has been taking place in a classroom in the Primary School of Embrosnero, in Chania, on the Greek island of Crete. The classmates of Evangelia, a young girl who is...

Greek Students' Performance Slips in OECD Assessment

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recently published its new triennial PISA report for 2018, in which it ranks scores of countries in the educational performance of their high school students in core subjects. Greek students' performances ranked...

Greek Yiayia Honored for Learning Pontic Greek Dialect at 92

Maria Sotiriadou, a 92-year old Greek woman living in Thessaloniki, will soon be honored by the University of Macedonia for her dedication to learning the Pontic Greek dialect through a series of classes offered by the University. Born in June...

Police Operation in Athens' Economics and Business University Busts Anarchists' Hideout

A large police operation inside the premises of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) took place in the early hours of Sunday. Large numbers of police officers were deployed inside and outside of the University, following Friday's warning...

Fresh Clashes Between Leftists and Police Disrupt Traffic in Central Athens

Clashes between leftist students and police seem to have returned to central Athens for good since, for yet another day, the city center of the Greek capital was closed on Thursday, as thousands of students marched against the new,...

Students' Demonstration Ends With Clashes in Central Athens

Another mostly peaceful demonstration of students organized by left-wing student associations ended in clashes in central Athens on Thursday. Several hundred protesters attempted to overturn the riot police's ''MAT'' trucks, which had been parked vertically along Vasilissis Olgas Avenue in...