Greek University Entrance Exams or Πανελλήνιες are taking place every year at the end of the school year, and it is a stressful period for many students as well as parents.



Studying at a Greek state university might officially be “for free” for students, but there are some conditions to consider; The exams leading to it are an intense and challenging process for all seventeen and eighteen-year-olds around the country. Parents usually pay a lot of money for private lessons for their children, in order to get the best results. This extra private education for preparing towards the exams usually is paid for minimum one year, but often for much longer as well. Therefore, knowing the difference between practice and theory, we believe it is not really correct to call the Public Greek Educational System “free”.

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