Two countries hold talks on mutual degrees recognition

Australian Ambassador to Greece Arthur Spyrou has met with Greece’s Education Minister Niki Kerameus at the Australian embassy in Athens. According to sources, the two officials spoke about the forthcoming mutual recognition of university degrees in Australia and Greece, reports The Greek Herald.

The Greek government released a framework law on education for public consultation on 27 May this year, which includes the possible recognition of foreign universities. Consultations on the law will end on 12 June before it is put to a vote by parliament.

During the meeting, the ambassador was informed about this new proposed law and exchanged views with the minister. They also spoke about the possibilities of further cooperation between the countries through student exchanges and scientific cooperation. These possible collaborations in the education sector come as a demand for skilled and unskilled migrants in Australia is at its peak due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Full report on The Greek Herald site