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Greek Independence Day

The celebration of the Greek Revolution in 1821 takes place in Greece, Cyprus and at the centers of Greek Diaspora around the world.
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Titanomachy

The Titanomachy poses a special part in Greek mythology. It all started when Cronus refused to restore justice after the dethronement of his father. The Titans who fought were navigated by Kronos and the members were: Kios, Aries, Hyperion, Iapetus, Atlas. On the other side, Zeus was the leader of the Olympians and their side consisted of: Hestia, Dimitra, Helios, Hera, Hades ,Poseidon, Hecatonchires, Gigantes and Cyclopes .
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International distinction for the Law school of the University of Athens

A team of undergraduate students of the Law school of the University of Athens achieved a significant distinction in European Law Moot Court Competition 2019-2020 taking the 2cd place in the regional final of Bucharest.
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MSc in “Media and Refugee / Migration Flows"

The Department of Communication and Media Studies at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, in collaboration with the Department of Sociology of the University of the Aegean, organises and operates for the academic year 2020-2021 an Intensive Postgraduate Programme (IPP) MSc in “Media and Refugee / Migration Flows"
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Summer School in Mytilene - Covering the Refugee / Migration flows

The Department of Communication and Media Studies at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, in collaboration with the Department of Sociology of the University of the Aegean, organises and from July 5th to 19th a Summer School in Mytilene, Lesvos.
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Clean Monday in Greece

Clean Monday is one of the most important feasts all over Greece, each year indicating the 40-day period of the Great Lent for the Eastern Greek Orthodox Church, which is called “Sarakosti.” The feast begins on the first day of the 7th week before the Orthodox Easter Sunday. Concurrently, Clean Monday mean the end of Carnival celebrations.
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Seafarers in Ancient Greece: Pirates, Sailors, Colonizers

This two-week summer school focuses on various types of seafarers in ancient Greece, from pirates to sailors and colonizers. It explores their roles in mythical journeys, the colonization process and naval battles from the Archaic to the Hellenistic age.
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74th place in the world and 11th place in Europe for the University of Athens

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is ranked 74th in the world based on recent results of Webometrics' Top Universities by Top Google Scholar Citations, published at the end of January 2020. The table includes 4,320 Universities, including 28 Greek Universities.
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Building International Bridges: Opening Greek Universities to the World

On the occasion of the United Nations "International Day of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs organized the event Building International Bridges: Opening Greek Universities to the World, aiming at showcasing the Greek Universities’ english-speaking educational programs and the Study in Greece contribution to the internationalization and extroversion of the Greek Universities.
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MSc in International Shipping, Finance & Management

The MSc program aims to offer postgraduate education and training to graduate students and executives that wish to work or are currently employed in the sectors of Shipping, Finance and Management, and aim to advance to the highest levels of the international market via an English-speaking graduate training program, which is highly acclaimed.
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