|# of Students:||360,000*|
|# of Int. Students:||25,000*|
|# of Institutes:||97|
|Education Expenditure:||40‰ of GDP|
|Academic Year:||Runs from October to August|
As a central node of European education, Greece is characterized by intense activity of multinational companies in financial sectors such as commerce, tourism and other services. The recruitment of these companies is in a great percentage made by the graduates of the countrys educational institutions that are distinguished by the high educational level that they provide. Education is in accordance with market trends. As a result, an important number of internships is available.
There are several ways to study a graduate program in Greece:
A Masters degree in Greece will normally take between one and two years to complete, depending on the institution and mode of study you choose.
Following changes in the Greek legislation, in 2008 and 2010, private organisations, referred to as colleges, have been authorised to offer foreign undergraduate and postgraduate programmes under the monitoring of the Greek Ministry of Education.
State-run schools and universities do not charge tuition fees and textbooks are provided free to all students. There are also a number of private schools, colleges and universities operating alongside the state education and providing additional training through tutoring.
For international students to apply to a higher education institution in Greece they would need to present all or some of the following documents:
Ask for detailed information about enrolment from the Greek university you plan to attend.
The Universities consist of faculties, which in turn are subdivided into departments and individual units. University courses last four years except for certain Faculties where courses last five or six years. The academic year consists of two semesters with 13 full weeks of tuition and three weeks of examinations. The students complete their studies after four years provided they have passed the examinations both in the compulsory and optional subjects. They receive a Degree or Diploma depending on the Faculty in question.
Find hundreds of study programmes, from short training seminars, e-learning education programmes, conferences, to full-fledged bachelor's and master's degree programmes. If you are not interested in a degree programme but want to do your traineeship in Greece, there are a lot of options that are worth considering.
Graduate programs in Greece are taught in English and Greek, so you can choose whichever language option you prefer.
To find and compare English language courses visit: www.languagelearningportal.com
Standard documents include:
Applicants can expect to have an interview with consular staff
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Greece is located in south-eastern Europe, on the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula. It lies at the meeting point of three continents Europe, Asia and Africa. Greece borders to the North on Bulgaria and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.), to the Northwest on Albania, to the Northeast on Turkey; to the West it is washed by the Ionian Sea; to the South by the Mediterranean Sea and to the East by the Aegean Sea.
The total area of Greece is 131,957 km2 and consists of three main geographic areas: a peninsular mainland, the Peloponnese peninsula and around 6.000 islands, scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Sea. Crete, Rhodes, Corfu, the Dodecanese and the Cyclades are some of the famous and popular islands and island clusters in Greece. Eighty percent of the country consists of mountains or hills, making Greece one of the most mountainous countries of Europe; furthermore, it has 16.000 kilometres of coastline.
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. Athens dominates the Attica region and is one of the world's oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. It is widely referred to as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy. Thessaloniki is Greece's second major economic, industrial, commercial and political centre, and a major transportation hub for the rest of southeastern Europe.
The 9th - 8th Century B.C. marked the formation of the Greek City-States, the creation of the Greek alphabet and the composition of the Homeric epics, later followed by the dominance of Athens. The Macedonians began to play a leading role in Greece. Alexanders campaign to the East spread the Macedonian Empire as far as the Indus River.
The Roman Empire forced Greece to join the empire in 146 B.C. The decision by Constantine the Great to move the capital of the empire from Rome to Constantinople (324 A.D.), shifted the focus of attention to the eastern part of the empire. The Ottomans gradually began to seize parts of the empire from the 14th Century A.D., and completed the breakup of the empire with the capture of Constantinople in 1453. Around four centuries of Ottoman domination then followed, up to the beginning of the Greek War of Independence in 1821. The Greek State took its current form after the end of World War II with the incorporation of the Dodecanese Islands.
Presently, Greece is ademocratic countrywith an advanced economy. Greece is a founding member of theUnited Nations, and is a member of EU,NATO, OECD and other international organizations.
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