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Greek Delegation Promotes Studying in Greece at NAFSA 2024 Annual Conference & Expo

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For the first time, a Greek delegation led by Ambassador Katerina Nassika participated in the NAFSA 2024 Annual Conference & Expo, the world’s largest education conference. This delegation included 20 representatives from nine Greek public universities and Study in Greece, the national agency promoting Greek higher education internationally.

This participation marks a historic milestone, as it was the first time representatives from Greek state universities attended NAFSA, highlighting the significant strides made in internationalizing Greek higher education in recent years.

The universities represented were: Democritus University of Thrace, International Hellenic University, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Athens University of Economics and Business, University of Thessaly, University of Crete, University of Patras, Technical University of Crete, and Harokopio University of Athens.

Ambassador Nassika visited the Greek Pavilion and joined a roundtable discussion titled “A New Era in the US-Greek Academic Collaboration: Short-term Study Abroad Programming,” emphasizing Greece’s dedication to becoming a global education hub.

During her stay in New Orleans, Ambassador Nassika met with Mayor LaToya Cantrell to discuss the role of the Greek diaspora and potential collaborations. She also visited the New Orleans Museum of Art, admiring its extensive collection, including El Greco’s “St. Francis,” and had a fruitful conversation with NOMA’s director, Susan Taylor. She extended her gratitude to John Georges, owner of the Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate and a notable Greek American community member, for his support.

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Studying in Greece offers a unique experience with a safe environment, highly qualified teachers, and a diverse range of courses blending theory, research, and practical work. Students enjoy access to numerous libraries and the country’s rich history, natural beauty, and renowned hospitality. According to the Open Doors Report, Greece ranks as the eighth most preferred destination for American students studying abroad.

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