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Become a Sponsor  

All Niki Award 2011 Sponsorship
Proceeds will be applied to the Scholarships, Awards, and Financial Aid Fund. To date, the Fund has distributed more than 5,1 million euro making it possible for 365 students to continue their studies and distinguish themselves in the sciences and technology.


The Fund, was created by the Friends of AIT, with the sole purpose of accomplishing AIT’s mission: “no student will be deprived of an educational opportunity at AIT for economic reasons”. In order to enhance further AIT’s mission, a dedicated fundraising committee has been established.
 
Fundraising Committee members:

Ms. Kalliopi Chioti
Mr. Michael Golias
Mr. George Karagiannis
Mr. Konstantinos Poulios
Mr. Lampros Rodis
Mr. Chrysostomos Tsansizis
Mr. Yiannis Veletzas
Ms. Eirini Varsamou

Please choose the way you want to support us:

a. Gold Sponsor more than  30,000 €

b. Silver Sponsor 20.000 – 29.000 €
c. Bronze Sponsor  10.000 – 19.000 €
d. Donor 5.000 €
e. Supporter 2.000 €

Your contribution is fully tax-deductible under the Greek Law NSK 268/2007.

Benefits:

Click here to download the document outlining additional benefits for each sponsorship category.

All sponsors are offered a full page dedication 
in the commemorative album
Total value 1,000 €

An invitation is offered for every 2,000 € 
of sponsorship contribution

You may enter your sponsorship here
 
For further information please contact Ms. Evita Kalogiorga
 Tel: +30 (210) 668-2817, email: evka@ait.gr

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Students' Views

"Innovative projects that would really sell in the actual business world, business plans with real chances to succeed and marketing plans picturing actual market situations are some of the attributes that you don’t find in an average institution that doesn’t provide up-to-date real-world education and hasn’t a drive for research and excellence. The environment in AIT is not the one you expect to find in a traditional Greek education establishment! In my opinion, it is closer to the work environment and it is designed to prepare someone for the things to come, rather than being a mere theoretic round of lectures."

Theo Bassayiannis, MBIT 2006 (Greece)

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