The students of the BA (Hons) English and English Language Teaching of the University of Greenwich offered at New York College stand out at their teaching practice sessions.
During the weekend of 6–7 May a group of Computer Science students participated at the “Athens Mini Maker Faire” event, presenting their projects in the New York College booth. And it was time well spent, indeed!
The Department of English Language and ELT of NEW YORK COLLEGE, and the Department’s Guest Lecture Series continues its fine tradition of inviting distinguished researchers, teacher educators and practitioners, such as Prof. Stephen Krashen, Jeremy Harmer, Prof. Alessandro Benati, Dr. Parvaneh Tavankoli, and others, by sponsoring the visit of an influential scholar, researcher, policymaker and educator: Professor Elana Shohamy from Tel Aviv University!
New York College is now a member of the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), an invaluable collaboration which allows our students access to the BIMCO library and services, events and further training programs.
Year 3 students of the Bachelor in Management programme of the University of Toulouse visited the General Directorate of Commerce of the Ministry of Economy and Development where they had the opportunity to attend an informative lecture on the activities, challenges and opportunities of the Directorate and also to meet in person the General Secretariat.
On January 11,2017, Constantinos Kalogeorgos, General Manager of Mitsis-Laguna Exclusive Resort & Spa, the Greek National Component Leader in Tourism Education and the International Councillor of Greece in SKAL delivered an inspiring speech about Tourism to of New York College students, starting from the early times of people’s travelling until today’s massive globalised tourism market, whilst emphasis was placed on the Greek tourism reality.
On Wednesday 21th of December 2016, New York College Thessaloniki organized a seminar that took place on its premises within the framework of its continuing effort to help students achieve a more effective approach and connection with the labor market.
Artemios Miropoulos, Managing Partner of LINKAGE Greece & President of the AmCham Leadership Committee at New York College.
On Wednesday, December 7th, the New York College organized a lecture by Artemios Miropoulos, Managing Partner of LINKAGE Greece & President of the AmCham Leadership Committee, who presented three unique leadership stories taken from his book entitled: «The Nameless King, 15 Leadership Stories from Ancient Greece".
HE Mrs. Eleni Sourani, Ambassador of Greece in Albania to University of New York Tirana (member of the New York College Educational Group) students: your minds go far beyond.
It was a great delight to welcome Her Excellency today at the University of New York Tirana premises. Students and lecturers had the chance to attend an open speech on ‘the European Union and security challenges’. The Ambassador’s talk was followed by student’s questions and a positive challenging exchange of opinions.
New York College Thessaloniki Campus, sponsors the Venue for the TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece Christmas Event.
TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece Christmas Event took place on Sunday 11th December. New York College Thessaloniki and the English Department are very proud to have hosted the Christmas event and always want to offer their support to TESOL Macedonia Thrace.
Νew York College Student Affairs Department organized a Christmas Bazaar to raise funds for the support of the N.G.O "Kivotos tou Kosmou" -Care and protection of mothers and their children. The annual Christmas Bazaar was held on the 6th -7th -8th of December 2016, 11.00 to 19.00 in the main building of NYC, Amalias 38 Syntagma. A big thanks to everyone who contributed! We wish you Happy Holidays!
The Seminar-Workshop opened with Ms Foteini Malkogeorgou, Academic director of the English Department and lecturer at New York College, Thessaloniki Campus. She focused her speech on how children learn, what we know and suspect about Second Language Acquisition and overcoming the limitations of the classroom.