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HIGHER EDUCATION IN GREECE


Greece is a country with an ancient history, a country that is impossible not to love. Greece is also the cradle of modern science. The Greek educational system began to develop in the Archaic era and reached its peak in the VI century BC, when the first higher educational institutions were established in Athens, where famous philosophers and scientists (Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Archimedes) taught rhetoric, logic, history, philosophy and science.


Greece is still one of the most popular and leading countries in the world in all areas of higher education. Greek diplomas, certificates and degrees are recognised all over the world, which will undoubtedly play a significant role in your future employment if you plan to build your career at home or abroad.


It is important to note that studying at public universities in Greece is completely free of charge. Foreign applicants are admitted on a competitive basis, based on their school leaving certificate grades, without any examinations. In addition, during their studies, students have the opportunity to participate in student exchange programs, which usually allow them to spend 6 months studying and interning at leading universities around the world.

HIGHER EDUCATION IN GREECE

There are also many benefits available to students, such as:


  • discounts on public transport (including buses, trains and ferries),

  • free school books,

  • free health care,

  • in many universities, free meals three times a day and even halls of residence,

  • discounts for museums, cinemas, exhibitions and many other cultural events,

  • students receive a residence permit for the duration of their studies, which allows them to travel freely throughout the EU and to work up to 20 hours a week.


Studying in Greece can be the best start to a European future, not only for young people, but also for whole families.


Our services include:

  • providing instructions for collecting the necessary supporting documents in order to study in a Greek university,

  • checking of the aforementioned supporting documents and the final application at the respective university,

  • legal support in acquiring the necessary Apostille stamps on the supporting documents,

  • translation and certification of the supporting documents into Greek,

  • submission of the application alongside the supporting documents documents to the Ministry of Education,

  • legal consultation on how to apply before a Greek consulate in order to obtain a student visa,

  • consultation on the preparation of the supporting documents and the legal procedure for opening a student visa,

  • consultations on issues related to enrollment in Greek language courses.

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