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Our affiliated UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON, in the 40 best Universities in the British Universities ranking for the academic year 2022-2023, according to the Guardian, occupying, in particular, position 38
28 September 2022
NEW YORK COLLEGE Glorious Graduation Ceremony with Distinguished Guests and Keynote Speaker the Earl of St. Andrews, Chancellor of the University of Bolton
11 July 2022
According to the Guardian, the UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON, which collaborates in Greece exclusively with NEW YORK COLLEGE, will continue its meteoric rise in the ranking of British universities in the 2021-2022 academic year.
30 September 2021
New York College Graduation Ceremony 2021 in compliance with all health protocols, supervised by the Head of the Operational Center of the Region of Attica, attended by prominent guests, with keynote speaker Dr. Theoklis Zaoutis, Professor of Pediatrics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Member of the National Committee of Infectious Diseases
21 September 2021
‘TA NEA’, a major Greek newspaper, has published an article written by Elias E. Foutsis, Hon PhD, President and Founder of NEW YORK COLLEGE, on the legacy of Ethnarch Ioannis Kapodistrias in Education.
05 September 2020
The Greek Newspaper "TA NEA" (issue #899) has published an article entitled "Kapodistrias: Studies in Greece, not abroad", written by Elias E. Foutsis, Hon PhD, President and Founder of NEW YORK COLLEGE. The article pertains to certain aspects of the educational legacy of Ethnarch Kapodistrias, first Governor and Liberator of Greece (1828-1831), and specifically to the value or even the critical importance his ideas might have for the contemporary tertiary-education system of Greece.