Greece and China sign MoU to enhance student exchange programs


Greece and the People’s Republic of China signed a Memorandum of Collaboration (MoU) to facilitate the exploration of academic opportunities in both countries’ universities, on Monday.

The agreement, signed by Study in Greece (SiG) President Prof. Christos Michalakelis and Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange (CSCSE) Alternate General Director Fang Yongsheng, aims to foster collaboration between universities in both countries, reported

SiG, supported by four Greek ministries (Foreign Affairs, Education-Religious Affairs & Sports, Culture, Tourism), and CSCSE, affiliated with China’s Education Ministry, are the driving forces behind this collaboration.

The agreement aims to foster collaboration between universities in Greece and China.

As part of the MoU, representatives from Chinese universities were invited to the University of West Attica to showcase study opportunities available to Greek students. These opportunities include the option to pursue further studies in China or commence a new academic journey there.

The signing of the MoU saw the participation of nine Greek academic institutions and six Chinese universities, all of which presented a wide range of higher education prospects. The event was graced by the presence of the People’s Republic of China Ambassador to Greece, Xiao Junzheng.

This collaboration holds great promise for fostering educational exchange and strengthening ties between Greece and China.





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