Universities in Greece and Abroad

Higher Education Institutions in Greece

Our graduating class has a 100% annual success rate in the highly competitive Greek universities entrance examinations. Some of our students distinguish themselves by being among the top scorers nationally in the field of their choice - Medicine, Law, Engineering, Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Computer Science and Economics.

100% of Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 89% of whom were admitted to schools of high demand.

Those who excelled were:

  1st Kyratzi Styliani
School of Business Administration, University of Macedonia
  1st Ekaterini Papaioanou School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Category 10%)
 3rd Ioanidis Avraam - Makis School of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Category 10%)
  4th Staboultzi Soritia - Andromachi School of Philosophy and Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  8th Triglianou Matthildi School of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
10th Papachatzakis Georgios School of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
11th Dimarakis Christodoulos School of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics, University of Thessaly
15th Panousis Themistoklis School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
15th Sitilidis Filippos - Ilarion School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Students who Excelled
 
Results Tables

137 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 23 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

4th Nina - Maria Fanaropoulou School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Special Category)
4th Chrysanthi Ioakimidou School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
6th Ekaterini Papaioanou School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (SSAS)
10th Aliki Karkala School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Antonios Gkavezos School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Athletes Category)
2nd Dimitrios Anastasiadis School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly (Athletes Category)
9th Maria Tasioula School of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Evangelia Mokou School of Law, Thessaloniki (Special Category)
10th Nikolaos Mantatzis School of Law, Democritus University of Thrace (Athletes Category)
3rd Nikolaos Mitakidis School of Balkan Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia (Athletes Category)
10th Paschalina Tsiorbatzi School of Drama, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
10th Nikolaos Kamaras School of Physical Education & Sport Science at Serres, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Athletes Category)


Students who Excelled
 
Results Tables

137 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 41 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

2nd Maria - Eleni Zouloumi School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Konstantinos Ntolkeras School of Accounting and Finance, University of Macedonia
3rd Christos Tasioulas School of Economics, Military School, Thessaloniki
4th Evgenia Toumpourleka School of Veterinary Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
5th Christina Taratori School of Law, Thessaloniki (Special Category)
1st Androniki Vasileiou School of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Chrysanthi Athanasiadou School of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Stylianos Syropoulos School of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Athletes Category)
1st Christos Venetopoulos: School of Business Administration, University of Macedonia (Athletes Category)
3rd Theodoros Velentzas School of Economics, University of Macedonia
2nd Nikolaos Andreadis School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Athletes Category)
8th Eleni Tsaprazi School of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
8th Pavlos - Orestis Iliadis School of Architecture, University of Thessaly


Students who Excelled
 
Results Tables

143 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 26 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

  5th Vasileios Siomos School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
10th Sofoklis Thomareis School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (SSAS)
  6th Ioanna Toumpourleka School of Accounting and Finance, University of Macedonia
  3rd Magdalini Papaevaggelou School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (in the category of families with three children)
  1st Georgia Polimeneri School of Music Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  3rd Iason - Ioannis Papastavrou School of Mathematics, University of the Aegean
  3rd Rafaela Liakopoulou School of English Language and Literature, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens


Students who Excelled

Results Tables

140 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 31 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

2nd Chrysoula Gouta School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Anastasia Printziou School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Eleni Friligou School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Vasilios Moschoulos School of Marketing and Operations Management, University of Macedonia
5th Maria Gatzala School of Mineral Resources Engineering, Technical University of Crete
1st Vasiliki Karantoni School of Early Childhood Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (in the category of families with three children)
1st Dimitra Kirkinezi School of Balkan Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia (in the category of families with three children)
1st Maria Stogiannitsi School of Mathematics, University of the Aegean (in the category of families with three children)


Students who Excelled
 
Results Tables

153 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 38 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

1st Anastasios Tsiropoulos School of Spatial Planning and Development, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Georgios Ioannidis - Kopanos School of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
4th Aris - Charalampos Fotiadis Engineers in Air Force
4th Lydia Zachariadou School of Pharmacy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
5th Dimitrios Valsamis - Triantafyllou School of Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
5th Maria Arampatzidou School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
1st Vasiliki Fesatidou School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (in the category of families with many children)
1st Nikolaos Georgakis School of Business Administration, University of Macedonia (in the category of families with many children)


Results Tables

165 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 49 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

1st Zoi Tzika School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Aikaterini Karamouzi School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Kyriaki - Ioulia Koudouni School of Business Administration, University of Macedonia


Results Tables

103 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 56 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

2nd Lydia Theodorou School of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Maria Akritidou School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Stavros Tseranidis School of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Results Tables

130 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 41 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.


Results Tables

113 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education, 37 of whom excelled collecting over 18,000 units.

Those who excelled were:

2nd Spyridon Goulielmos School of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Katerina Zachari School of Economics, University of Macedonia (Thessaloniki)


Results Tables

88 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

3rd Helen Fotiadou School of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Anastasia Panayotopoulou School of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
3rd Timotheos Hourpouliadis School of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

140 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

1st Catherine Bakaliou Architectural Engineering School, Democritus University of Thrace
2nd Maria Kazili School of Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Athanasios Tsalikidis School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

126 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

2nd Aphroditi Giovanopoulou School of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Antonios Seferlis School of Marketing and Operations Management, University of Macedonia

107 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

109 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

1st Ioannis Kyriakidis School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (SSAS)
1st Gerasimos Kavadias School of Biology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
1st Iris Papadopoulou School of Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

114 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

1st Eleftherios Arvanitis School of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2nd Lucy Kasemian School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

112 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

97 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

1st Nikolaos Stathis Corps Officers of the Greek Police
2nd Panagiota Aslanidou School of Business Administration, University of Macedonia
2nd Xenia Samara School of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

77 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

1st Alexandros Karentzos School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
1st Vasiliki Kapsali School of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
1st Charilaos Karasiotos School of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

43 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

3rd Alexios Ampatzis School of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

24 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

12 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

9 Mandoulides Schools graduates achieved admission to higher education.

Those who excelled were:

2nd Dimitrios Mantoulidis School of Business Administration, University of Macedonia

Studies Abroad

The Studies Abroad program facilitates Mandoulides students in preparing for higher education abroad at the same time they prepare for admission to Greek universities.

The program includes:

  • Counseling center
  • Exam preparation courses (SAT, TOEFL, IELTS) for admission to universities in the U.S. and Europe, for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students.

Without implementing an International Baccalaureate (IB) program, Mandoulides Schools’ students secure a large number of positions and scholarships in top universities abroad. Admitted Students for the school year 2015 - 2016



Studies Abroad 2015 - 2016

Within the framework of the program, representatives from leading universities visit the Schools on a regular basis, to inform students about the curriculum and academic life in these institutions, and to be updated on the latest educational developments and distinctions at Mandoulides Schools.

Please find our students’ admissions to U.S. universities and their scholarship awards below


U.S. Universities

Our students are admitted to top U.S. universities.

R. Ketsetsidis ’16 $ 64,500
P. - I. Sytilidis ’16 $ 73,930
V. Katsarou ’07 $ 47,850
C. Mantoulidis ’07 Financial aid was not requested
T. Gogakos ’06 $ 36,600
I. Konstantinidis ’05 $ 41,000
D. Mpatzilis ’04 $ 44,500
D. Lagias ’03 $ 37,250
M. Moutselos ’03 $ 39,750
E. Tsoukalidou ’98 $ 33,000

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.

 

P. - I. Sytilidis ’16 $ 55,090
E. Taratoris ’10 $ 45,160
P. Toskas ’10 $ 37,850
C. Mantoulidis ’07 Financial aid was not requested
T. Gogakos ’06 $ 34,600
I. Konstantinidis ’05 $ 38,000

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
C. Mantoulidis ’07 Financial aid was not requested
K. Mavromati ’14 $ 43,052
P. Toskas ’10 $ 45,417
I. Legmpelos ’08 $ 43,987
V. Katsarou ’07 $ 46,879
T. Gogakos ’06 $ 37,146
I. Konstantinidis ’05 $ 33,500
A. Charokopos ’05 $ 43,142
S. Magkiriadou ’03 $ 35,000

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
E. Ioannidis ’10 $ 48,000
E. Taratoris ’10 $ 44,362
I. Tsoukalidis ’01 $ 35,860

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
R. Ketsetsidis ’16 $ 55,253
E. Taratoris ’10 $ 11,000
C. Mantoulidis ’07 Financial aid was not requested

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
C. Mantoulidis ’07 Financial aid was not requested
S. Magkiriadou ’03
I. Grammatikopoulou ’01 $ 28,750

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
I. Coward - Ambrosiadis ’13 Financial aid was not requested
A. - G. Koulouras ’16
P. Toskas ’10
T. Gogakos ’06 $   7,750
I. Grammatikopoulou ’01 $ 35,540
E. Grammatikopoulou ’00

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
P. Pachidis ’11 $ 49,600
A. Gaitanidis ’10 $ 45,900
P. Toskas ’10 $ 33,900
S. Tseranidis ’09
T. Gogakos ’06
E. Grammatikopoulou ’00

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
T. Charis ’17 $56,325
P. - I. Sytilidis ’16 $ 64,948
D. Sideri ’07 $ 44,681
T. Gogakos ’06 $ 22,639
I. Konstantinidis ’05 $ 37,433
D. Mpatzilis ’04 $ 32,000
S. Magkiriadou ’03 $ 35,319
I. Grammatikopoulou ’01 $ 33,600

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
I. Grammatikopoulou ’01
E. Tsaprazi ’14
A. Gaitanidis ’10
C. Mantoulidis ’07 Financial aid was not requested
Z. Chatzidimitriadou ’07
P. Toskas ’10 $14,940

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
I. Konstantinidis ’05 $ 28,560

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
Z. Chatzidimitriadou ’07 $ 41,330
I. Konstantinidis ’05 $ 32,095
K. Ktenidis ’03 $ 13,000
S. Magkiriadou ’03 $ 34,000

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
D. Aretakis ’09 $ 28,470
D. Lazaridis ’08 $ 23,794
T. Gogakos ’06 $   8,400
T. Feldman ’01 $ 27,015

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
V. Katsarou ’07 $ 42,942
M. Katsarou ’05 $ 38,112

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
A. Chatzidimitriadis ’13 $ 48,632
E. Kanonidis ’12 $ 10,484
Z. Chatzidimitriadou ’07 $ 45,220
M. Katsarou ’05 $ 39,685
T. Feldman ’01 $ 31,984

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.
K. Mavromati ’14 $ 53,358
E. Mainou ’13 $ 50,104
Z. Chiliada ’12 $ 46,615
E. Vlachou ’08
N. Mpitzeli ’06 $ 11,000
M. Katsarou ’05 $ 38,894
A. Giovanopoulou ’04 $ 29,000
E. Tsoukalidou ’98 $ 19,000
M. Papadopoulou ’97 $ 24,852

 

Scholarships are offered yearly, for each of the four years of study.

Please find our students successes in Universities of Great Britain below


Universities
of Great Britain

Our students are admitted to top Universities of Great Britain.

P. Koutsogeorgos ’17 G. Mpatzolis ’15
R. Ketsetsidis ’16 I. Coward - Ambrosiadis ’13
F. - I. Sytilidis ’16 C. Mantoulidis ’07
G. Venizelos ’16
S. Tseranidis ’09
A. Mandaltsi ’07
V. Georgiadis ’17 T. Zachariadis ’12
P. Koutsogeorgos ’17 N. - L. Kazakou ’12
R. Ketsetsidis ’16 C. Varsamis ’11
G. Venizelos ’16 G. Ioannidis - Kopanos ’11
D. Papatziamou ’15 G. Gavriiloglou ’10
N. Fanaropoulou ’15 A. Gaitanidis ’10
A. Panagiotopoulos ’15 E. Ioannidis ’10
M. Tirta ’14 E. Taratoris ’10
K. Kyriakidis ’13 P. Toskas ’10
E. Mainou ’13 O. Antoniou ’09
N. Pallas - Misailidis ’13 S. Tseranidis ’09
I. Coward - Ambrosiadis ’13 A. Mandaltsi ’07
K. Ntolkeras ’14
E. Tsaprazi ’14
A. Christakopoulos ’10
G. Douganiotis ’09
V. Georgiadis ’17 G. Ioannidis - Kopanos ’11
T. Charis ’17 E. Mastoris ’11
R. Ketsetsidis ’16 A. Christakopoulos ’10
N. Kalosidis ’16 M. Gaitanidou ’09
G. Mpatzolis ’15 G. Douganiotis ’09
S. Koutroulis ’15 A. Meleziadou ’09
V. Siomos ’13 E. Vlachou ’08
I. Coward - Ambrosiadis ’13
E. Papanikolaou ’17 K. Karasakalidis ’15
O. Tzamtzis ’17 P. Zavitsanos ’15
S. Pavlidis ’17 N. Fanaropoulou ’15
A. Bardou ’16 V. Georgalas ’15
A. Chorozoglou ’16 A. Patakas ’15
G. Papanikolaou ’16 G. Fanaropoulou ’15
K. Dervisopoulos ’16 F. Tsougianni '14
N. Papadopoulos ’16 C. Athanasiadou ’14
S. - A. Stampoultzi ’16 C. Katsiotis ’14
F. - I. Sytilidis ’16 K. Mavromati ’14
C. Gkantsinikoudi ’16 V. - T. Mitser ’14
I. Salamotas ’16 C. Papadopoulos ’14
O. Mpouroutis ’16 V. Chaidas ’13
M. Kerasidou ’15 D. Nikolaou ’13
A. Kondelidou ’15 V. Prasini ’13
S. Koulaksis ’15 V. Tsartalis ’13
S. Koutroulis ’15 T. Zachariadis ’12
N. Mantatzis ’15 V. - A. Georgiou ’11
V. Mpikou ’15 O. Antoniou ’09
A. Panagiotopoulos ’15 S. Tseranidis ’09
D. Papatziamou ’15
G. Papachatzakis ’16
I. Coward - Ambrosiadis ’13
P. Koutsogeorgos ’17 C. Katsiotis ’14
G. Korifidis ’17 M. Tirta ’14
A. Bardou ’16 E. Tsaprazi ’14
N. Papadopoulos ’16 F. Tsougianni ’14
A. Chorozoglou ’16 P. - I. Mpoumi ’13
G. Zevgaridou ’16 I. Revach ’13
M. Kerasidou ’15 A. Ksakis ’12
S. Kougioumtzi ’15 Z. Chiliada ’12
S. Koutroulis ’15 G. Ioannidis - Kopanos ’11
N. Mantatzis ’15 E. Faraza ’11
D. Papatziamou ’15 A. Andrikos ’09
I. Saropoulos ’15 L. Andrikos ’09
P. Anastasiadis ’15 V. Vasmatzis ’09
 G. Efstathiou ’14  E. Vlachou ’08
A. Chorozoglou ’16 M. Kostaki ’10
G. Sykas ’15 A. Andrikos ’09
P. Zaimi ’13 D. Andrikos ’09
N. Tselepidis ’12 V. Vasmatzis ’09
E. Ioannidis ’10 S. Andrikos ’08
E. Tsigka '16
G. Karanikos ’16
S. Pavlidis ’17 V. Tsartsalis ’13
S. Kyratzi ’16 K. Efstathiou ’12
M. Kerasidou ’15 A. Ksakis ’12
D. Tsevremes ’15 A. Christakopoulos ’10
P. Zaimi ’13
V. Georgiadis ’17 P. Anastasiadis ’15
C. Karathodoros ’17 A. Panagiotopoulos ’15
R. Ketsetsidis ’16 S. - N. Markianos - Wright ’14
A. Koulouras ’16 F. Katsios ’11
G. Karanikos ’16
E. Papanikolaou ’17
G. Karanikos ’16
A. Koulouras’ 16
V. Niavi ’16
I. Girousis ’16
F. - I. Sytilidis ’16
P. Anastasiadis ’15
N. - C. - M. Mpakola ’15
S. - N. Markianos - Wright ’14
S. Pavlidis ’17 S. - N. Markianos - Wright ’14
A. Bardou ’16 K. Mavromati ’14
G. Papanikolaou ’16 K. Ntolkeras ’14
I. Salamotas ’16 C. Papadopoulos ’14
A. Chorozoglou ’16 F. Tsougianni ’14
S. - A. Stampoultzi ’16 D. Gioltzidi ’13
C. Gkantsinikoudi ’16 M. - E. Dimou ’13
P. Zavitsanos ’15 V. Prasini ’13
M. Kerasidou ’15 I. Revach ’13
A. Kondelidou ’15 V. Siomos ’13
V. Mpikou ’15 V. Chaidas ’13
O. Mpouroutis ’15 E. Chantzi ’13
A. Patakas ’15 P. Prezas ’12
G. Sykas ’15 G. Tsaousidis ’12
N. Fanaropoulou ’15 Z. Chiliada ’12
A. Chatzistavrou ’15 V. - A. Georgiou ’11
V. Georgalas ’15 A. Ignatidou ’08
A. Vasileiou ’14 G. Karaoglou ’08
S. Thomaidou ’14 M. Chytiroglou ’08
C. Athanasiadou ’14
V. Georgiadis ’17 C. Gkantsinikoudi ’16
O. Tzamtzis ’17 K. Veliani ’16
T. Charis ’17 N. - C. - M. Mpakola ’15
P. Koutsogeorgos ’17 P. Zavitsanos ’15
E. Papanikolaou ’17 S. - N. Markianos - Wright ’14
Ch. Karathodoros ’17 M. Tirta ’14
G. Karanikos ’16 S. Thomaidou ’14
A. Koulouras ’16 A. Tagtalenidis ’12
S. Kyratzi ’16 T. Zachariadis ’12
V. Niavi ’16 N. Tselepidis ’12
F. - I. Sytilidis ’16 E. Mastoris ’11
I. Girousis ’16 D. Aretakis ’09
G. Zevgaridou ’16  A. Mandaltsi ’07
V. Georgiadis ’17 M. Fesatidou ’13
S. Pavlidis ’17 K. Kyriakidis ’13
T. Charis ’17 X. Mpoumi ’13
M. Konstantinodou - Sirou ’17 V. Chaidas ’13
G. Venizelos ’16 T. Stampoultzis ’13
S. Zafeiriadis ’16 A. Xakis ’12
C. Dimarakis ’16 E. Friligkou ’12
A. Bardou ’16 A. Gallis ’12
S. - A. Stampoultzi ’16 K. Efstathiou ’12
O. Mpalidis ’15 N. - L. Kazakou ’12
I. Saropoulos ’15 E. Faraza ’11
A. Vogt ’15 G. Gavriiloglou ’10
V. - T. Mitser ’14 A. Meleziadou ’09
M. Aretaki ’13 M. Chytiroglou ’08
P. Zaimi ’13 E. Vlachou ’08
P. Karakosta ’13
C. Dimarakis ’16 K. Efstathiou ’12
R. Ketsetsidis ’16 N. - L. Kazakou ’12
G. Papachatzakis ’16 E. Kanonidis ’12
K. Veliani  ’16 E. Friligkou ’12
E. Tsaprazi ’14 S. Chytiroglou ’12
K. Mavromati ’14 T. Zachariadis ’12
P. Karakosta ’13 P. Pachidis ’11
E. Mainou ’13 G. Ioannidis - Kopanos ’11
N. Pallas - Misailidis ’13 E. Ioannidis ’10
V. Siomos ’13 A. Gaitanidis ’10
T. Stampoultzis ’13 D. Aretakis ’09
M. Fesatidou ’13 A. Meleziadou ’09
V. Chaidas ’13 O. Antoniou ’09
M. Aretaki ’13  A. Mandaltsi ’07
T. Tyflioris ’13 M. Karsanidou ’10
P. Prezas ’12 M. Kostaki ’10
C. Tsolakidis ’12
O. Rantis ’17 V. Niavi ’16
Ch. Karathodoros ’17 N. Mpakola ’15
P. Adamidis ’17 P. Anastasiadis ’15
K. Dervisopoulos ’16 K. Efstathiou ’12
A. Panagiotopoulos ’15 E. Mainou ’13
G. Efstathiou ’14 G. Papazoglou ’13
E. Kanonidou ’14 V. Chaidas ’13
K. Mavromati ’14 K. Efstathiou ’12
M. Tirta ’14 E. Mastoris ’11
E. Tsaprazi ’14 E. Faraza ’11
M. - E. Dimou ’13 E. Ioannidis ’10
K. Kyriakidis ’13
N. Kalosidis ’16 N. - L. Kazakou ’12
A. - G. Koulouras ’16  E. Kanonidis ’12
F. - I. Sytilidis ’16 E. Friligkou ’12
K. Ntolkeras ’14 G. Gavriiloglou ’10
I. Coward - Ambrosiadis ’13
R. Margaritidou ’13 E. Taratoris ’10
E. Chantzi ’13 M. Gaitanidou ’09
G. Koryfidis ’17 S. Koutroulis ’15
C. Karathodoros ’17 E. Tsaprazi ’14
M. Konstantinidou - Syrrou  ’17 V. Siomos ’13
O. Tzamtzis ’17 T. Tyflioris ’13
P. Koutsogeorgos ’17 A. Tagtalenidis ’12
G. Papachatzakis ’16 C. Varsamis ’11
G. Venizelos ’16 G. Ioannidis - Kopanos ’11
A. Chatzistavrou ’15 A. Gaitanidis ’10
G. Koryfiidis’17
M. Sakaloglou ’16
P. Adamidis ’17 D. Papatziamou ’15
M. Anastasiadou ’15 Z. Chiliada ’12
A. Kondelidou ’15 V. - A. Georgiou ’11
O. Mpouroutis ’15
S. - N. Markianos - Wright ’14 P. Karakosta ’13
M. - E. Dimou ’13 K. Kyriakidis ’13

Please find our students successes in European Universities below


Universities
of Europe

Our students are admitted to top Universities of  Europe.

P. Adamidis ’17 I. Saropoulos ’15
V. Kostakis ’17 D. Tsevremes ’15
T. Zikouli ’16 (Full Scholarship) F. Tsougianni ’14
C. Vafeiadis ’16 A. Kyriazis ’13
S. Koulaxis ’15
N. Dimopoulos ’17 A. Dimitriou ’16
V. Georgiadis ’17 A. Bardou ’16
C. Karathodoros ’17 E. Fesatidou ’15
E. Papanikolaou ’17 S. Kougioumtzi ’15
T. Charis ’17 D. Tyfliori ’15
S. - A. Stampoultzi ’16
T. Ηaris ’17 N. Mantatzis ’15
E. Papanikolaou ’17 D. Tyfliori ’15
C. Karathodoros ’17 E. Fesatidou ’15
A. Bardou ’16 D. Tsevremes ’15
A. Kondelidou ’15  C. Papadopoulos ’14
V. Georgiadis ’17
D. Tsevremes ’15
V. Georgiadis ’17
 T. Ηaris ’17
C. Karathodoros ’17
N. Dimopoulos ’17
C. Karathodoros ’17
E. Vandouli ’16
A. Dimitriou ’16
E. Tsigka ’16
E. Papanikolaou ’17
D. Tsevremes ’15
A. Dimitriou ’16 D. Tyfliori ’15
A. Bardou ’16 E. Fesatidou ’15
S. - A. Stampoultzi ’16 C. Papadopoulos ’14
N. Mantatzis ’15
C. Kotanidis ’17
F. Delliou ’15
E. Papanikolaou ’17

Summer Educational Programs

Every year Mandoulides Schools’ Students are admitted to foreign universities where they attend prestigious educational summer programs in Europe and America. Students have the opportunity to enrich their knowledge on subjects related to their interests and broaden their horizons on a social and cultural level as well as to come into contact with students from around the world.

A. Foka 2016 - 2017
R. Tsiamis 2016 - 2017
N. Kipouros 2015 - 2016
V. Keramidas 2013 - 2014
P. Zavitsanos 2012 - 2013
A. Delipallas - O’ Donell 2015 - 2016
G. Batzolis 2012 - 2013

 

C. Patsia 2016 - 2017
A. Kourti 2015 - 2016
C. Vafeiadis 2013 - 2014
G. Fanaropoulou 2012 - 2013
N. Fanaropoulou 2012 - 2013
S. Saropoulos 2012 - 2013
M. Tirta 2012 - 2013
A. Zevgaridou 2014 - 2015
A. Archipova 2016 - 2017
O. Dadoudi 2016 - 2017
D. Efstathiou 2016 - 2017
S. Mastoris 2016 - 2017
G. Mprouziotis 2016 - 2017
A. Simeonidou 2016 - 2017
E. Chrysafi 2016 - 2017
A. Kourti 2015 - 2016
Z. Kamopoulou 2016 - 2017
A. Kourti 2016 - 2017
A. Kourti 2015 - 2016
P. Adamidis 2015 - 2016
V. Kostakis 2015 - 2016
G. Michelekakis 2015 - 2016
D. Christidis 2015 - 2016
C. Vafeiadis 2014 - 2015
A. Dimitriou 2014 - 2015
T. Zikouli 2014 - 2015
A. Bardou 2014 - 2015
S. Koulaksis 2013 - 2014
I. Saropoulos 2013 - 2014
V. Lykogiannis 2012 - 2013
A. Kyriazis 2011 - 2012
K. - T. Kalfa 2016 - 2017
Α. Iosifidou 2016 - 2017
Μ. Mertzimeki 2016 - 2017
Ν. Simeonidou 2016 - 2017
F. Delliou 2013 - 2014