What is the World Academic Expo?
World Academic Expo (WAVE) is a scientific exposition conference addressed to students of any and all levels and scientific fields.
Participants (undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral) will have the opportunity to present their research before a broad audience comprising scholars, researchers, entrepreneurs and state representatives.
WAVE is organised by the educational non-profit organisation “Afixis”.
Scholarships for Greek Citizens
The Fulbright Awards Program is the only organization that offers scholarships for academic work in any subject, at any accredited U.S. university/institution. Candidates choose and apply to US university departments/institutions directly and independently.
However, Fulbright is much more than a scholarship – we offer scholars the opportunity to have a transformative cultural and academic experience and provide unrivaled support both during and after their Fulbright year. While a Fulbright Award covers part of the costs, the benefits do not end there. Receiving a Fulbright Award opens many doors and provides unparalleled global networking opportunities.
National and US based review committees appointed by the Fulbright Foundation in Greece and the Foundation’s Board of Directors select the grantees on the basis of their academic excellence, educational and professional achievement, civic engagement, leadership potential and character.
Fulbright grants are awarded in the Arts and Humanities, Business and Finance, Science, Technology, Environmental Sciences, Education, Media, and Government.
ERASMUS+ for placements in Europe
The program consists of the documentation and cataloging of the collection of the Railway Museum of Thessaloniki and is funded by the private institutions listed below:
Cultural Society of Entrepreneurs of Northen Greece
A. G. Leventis Foundation
Elliniki Etairia- Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage
Aggelos Delivorias, the emblematic Director of the Benaki Museum and first scholar to hold the chair of Archaeology-Museology in the Academy of Athens, welcomes the students and staff of the Masters program during their visit at the Museum.
You can take a look at our newspaper and find out about our activities in the academic years2014-16.
This June (27/6-30/6) the students visited the museums along with the coordinators-teaching staff, they took photos and notes filling in a questionnaire given. Each visit to a museum takes up at least 3 hours and is followed by an hourly discussion between teaching staff and students.
This time we saw:
The Acropolis Museum/ Benaki Museum/ Cycladic Art Museum/ Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika Gallery/ National Archaeological Museum/ Byzantine and Christian Museum/ National Historical Museum