20.08.2017

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Malala ‘excited’ after winning place at Oxford University

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Pakistani education activistMalalaYousafzai, the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize when she was 17, said on Thursday she was “excited” after winning a place to study at Oxford University. Yousafzai said she had been accepted at Oxford to study Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. She joined thousands of other students in Britain in discovering where they will go to university after getting their final school results. Others to have studied the same course at Oxford, one of the world’s

Cyprus Mail

Youngsters in Cyprus receiving A-level results

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Students and pupils across the world – including Cyprus – are on Thursday receiving their long-awaited A-level results, with educational institutes across the island expecting high scores once again those who sat the exams this year. Every year, several thousand people across the island – mainly pupils and students – sit A-level exams in a bid to obtain the qualifications need for their chosen field of studies. At the English School in Nicosia on Thursday morning, dozens of parents and teena

inCyprus

GCM rallies support for future of Greek language at La Trobe

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Node Tools With Greek language education high on the Greek Community of Melbourne's (GCM) agenda, they have set their sights on working towards revitalising the Greek language program at La Trobe University. Earlier this month members of the GCM Education Committee together with the Greek Education Consul for Australia and New Zealand met with head of the Language and Linguistics Department of La Trobe, Professor James Walker. Currently responsible for Modern Greek, he expressed support f

Neos Kosmos

Our View: Education stats should be shaping employment policy

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THE NUMBER of students attending universities and tertiary institutions in Cyprus was at a record level in the last academic year, reaching a total of 44,446 people of whom 52.54 per cent were Cypriots. The number of Cypriots in higher education here has almost tripled in the last 20 years. In the academic year 1996-97 there were 8,307. The growth in the number of foreign students is even more astonishing, increasing over the same 20-year period from 1,675 to 21,093. The figures, which were re

Cyprus Mail

Over 31% of Cyprus higher education students are from EU

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The Education Ministry’s Department of Higher Education on Friday released a ‘map’ of the sector for the 2016-2017 academic years, showing that the vast majority of students attending local universities and colleges are either Cypriot or from another EU country. According to the Department, of the 44,446 students studying at higher education institutions in Cyprus including state and private universities and colleges, 23,353 are Cypriot citizens (52.54%), 13,898 are citizens of other European

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Indigence Certificates for students studying in Greece

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Cypriot Students studying in public universities in Greece during the 2017-2018 academic year may submit applications for a certificate of indigence from the Labour Ministry’s Welfare Benefit Management Services. The certificate provides for students living in the university residences to free meals. Application forms P.A. 5 which must be completed can be found on the Labour Ministry’s website (www.mlsi.gov.cy), the Welfare Benefit Management Services at 6 Tevkrou Sreet, 1489 Nicosia, Citize

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GCE success can get you into UCY

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The University of Cyprus (UCY) will until August 25 be accepting applications from students who have both succeeded in international exams and been accepted to an overseas university for the 2017-2018 academic year. According to UCY, as well as being offered a place at an overseas university, candidates must have achieved high enough marks in their Baccalaureate, GCE or other equivalent international exams to be offered a place there. Most UCY students win places based on the results of entr

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University brings ancient Greek artefacts to life using 3D printing

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Node Tools Students at New Zealand's Victoria University in Wellington are getting closer to ancient Greek artefacts than they anticipated thanks to 3D printing technology. Senior lecturer at the School of Art History, Classics and Religious Studies Dr Diana Burton said that she wanted students to have an interactive experience with objects housed in the Classics Museum without the risk of damaging them. "In Greek art, pretty much everything is functional - they don't really have art for

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