Online conference to focus on reinforcing bridges between Greek universities and the Greek diaspora

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On the occasion of the celebration of the International Education Day and the bicentennial of the 1821 Greek Revolution, an online conference has been organised to highlight the initiatives of the Greek Universities in education, research and innovation.

Titled, “Reinforcing bridges between Greek Universities and the Greek Diaspora”, it will be 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, for Sunday, 24th of January 2021, at 14:30.

The conference will seek to strengthen the bond between the Greek Diaspora and the higher education institutions in Greece, enabling students of Greek origin to act both as beneficiaries and as ambassadors abroad.

Greek government and university representatives, prominent Greeks of the Diaspora who are graduates of Greek universities, as well as representatives of Greek organisations abroad, will present the opportunities offered to Greeks abroad in the field of Higher Education in Greece.

The event will be held in Greek. Click here for registration: https://bit.ly/3bQN2RD

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