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12Jul

U.S. and Greece Mark Significant Increase in Educational Exchanges

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According to the press release issued by the U.S. Embassy in Greece, the number of Greek students studying in the U.S. increased 3.3% during the 2017/18 academic year, while the number of U.S. students in Greece increased 21.1% during the 2016/17 academic year. 

Greece moved up four places and is now ranked 17th globally for study abroad destinations for U.S. students, with 4,351 U.S. students studying in Greece for the 2016/17 academic year compared to 3,592 the previous year.

This is a very positive and promising development for attracting foreign students to participate to educational programs and activities in cooperation with the Greek universities and educational and cultural organizations. The Study in Greece initiative will continue to work with passion towards this direction. 

You can read the full report (here)

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