On Monday December 12, students from the Lyceum of Agios Dimitrios in Astoria had the opportunity to get informed about Study in Greece and international study programs offered by Greek universities in the context of a hybrid event organized by the Federation of Greek Educators and the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad and Public Diplomacy.
Representatives from 2 prominent Greek universities that offer English-taught programs – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and University of Athens (UoA) gave a broad overview of their universities and programs. More specifically, Professor Kyriakos Anastasiadis, Director at the International Medical Degree at AUTH and Professor Eleni Karamalengou, Director at the BA Program in Archaeology, History and Literature of Ancient Greece at UoA presented their programs and provided useful information to high school students interested in pursuing their studies in Greece. Furthermore, the Project Manager of Study in Greece, Professor Christos Michalakelis highlighted the significance of the internationalization of Greek Higher Education and presented SiG’s actions that boost extroversion and promotion of Greek institutions on a global scale. The Secretary General for Greeks Abroad and Public Diplomacy also stressed the importance of international studies in Greece, expressing the Secretariat’s commitment to this national goal.