Scholarships in Greece

Country: Greece

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Scholarships in Greece

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Greece has a very long tradition of education and despite its poor economic circumstances Greece continues to maintain its scholarship system, which is administered through the IKY, or State Scholarship Foundation. All Greek and EU scholarships are centrally coordinated through this organization. There are no fees at Greek universities in first-cycle (Bachelor’s) level but post-graduate levels have fees ranging from 3,625 to 12,000 €.

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Funding for your studies in Greece

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Geo̱rgios kai Elef̱theria Treka or Trikatsoula Scholarships1700€ / once
Ministry of Education & Religious Affairs of Greece Nicholaos Kritskis Scholarships200€ / 72 months
Agamemno̱n Zachos Agamemno̱n Zachos Scholarshipsns / ns
Evangelos Antoniadis Evangelos Antoniadis Scholarshipsns / ns
Samourka Foundation Samourka Foundation Scholarships400€ / 48 months
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

Elef̱theria Barka & Mayor of Ioannina Eleftheria Barka & Mayor of Ioannina Scholarships791€ / 24 months
Fanourakis Foundation Fanourakis Foundation Scholarshipsns / 12 months
University of Crete Emmanouil Saklampanis Scholarshipns / 12 months
Maria Malandrinou Maria Malandrinou Scholarships1000€ / 48 months
American College of Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki/Greece) Hellenic-American scholarships for Study Abroad studentsns / ns
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The 10 Biggest Misconceptions about Scholarships

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Only one in eight secondary school graduates with good grades apply for scholarships. This is because many have misconceptions about getting funding. Here are some of the common misconceptions.