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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
NEW YORK COLLEGE Glorious Graduation Ceremony with Distinguished Guests and Keynote Speaker the Earl of St. Andrews, Chancellor of the University of Bolton
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.
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
New York College Educational Group at the 1st Scientific Conference on Educational Assessment
New York College Educational Group was an official sponsor of the 1st Scientific Conference on Educational Assessment for both Instructors and Greek school units. The conference was held on the 28th and 29th of May in the "C. Karabatzos" auditorium of Harokopio University.
The Greek Educational Assessment Company in cooperation and with the support of the National Kapodistrian Universityand the Harokopio University of Athens and sponsored by Activad advertising, designed and implemented the organization of the 1st Scientific Conference, in order to promote science and research and the dissemination of scientific knowledge.
The conference was attended by political representatives, by all scientific bodies of Greece, as well as the teaching and research staff of both National Kapodistrian and Harokopion Universities.