Greek diaspora encouraged to return to Greece for university during online conference


“We invite those living abroad, locals or foreigners, to choose Greece for their studies,” Greece’s Education Minister, Niki Kerameus, said during an online conference held on January 24 to highlight the new initiatives of Greek universities in research and innovation.

READ MORE: Online conference to focus on reinforcing bridges between Greek universities and the Greek diaspora.

The conference was hosted by the General Secretariat of Higher Education of the Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, and the General Secretariat of Public Diplomacy and Greeks Abroad of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Full Press Release in Greek can be found here.




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