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Results for the admission to Higher Education in Greece!

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The results for admission to Higher Education in Greece for the categories: 

a)graduates of foreign origin of non E.U. lyceums 

b) graduates of foreign origin of lyceum or equivalent schools of EU member states are now available!!

 

All candidates could be informed about their results via the website of the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs

https://results.it.minedu.gov.gr/indexEn.html

by typing: 

a) their candidate’s code (8 digits) 

b) the four initial letters of their personal data (surname- first name-father’s name-mother’s name).

 

OfficialAnnouncement here:
http://www.minedu.gov.gr/news/29717-24-08-17-results-for-the-admission-to-higher-education-in-greece

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