Scholarships & Financial Aid
NOTE: In addition to the application form, to be eligible for a scholarship or financial aid, candidates need to submit:
AIT is focused on building strong and effective partnerships. For the academic year 2013-14 our partnerships with tech companies, organizations and industry associations have made possible a significant number of scholarships.
"As I flashback in memory to this 2004-2005 year, I feel overwhelmed by the rewards and satisfaction from this experience. It is the special and unforgettable friends that I made in Greece, and the professionalism and friendliness of AIT's professors and staff, which gave me the opportunity to get the best boost for my career, and still manage to feel home and enjoy the beauty of Greece. As a tech-savvy, I applied to AIT to satisfy my zeal about new technologies and I was quite confident that I will get what I want. In AIT, I was very pleased by the faculty, staff and students, because one feels he’s living among his family and friends, especially that the faculty was highly supportive, encouraging me to follow my studies."
AIT's 10th Wireless Coffee Seminar with Prof. Maria Papadopouli, University of Crete
Our guest speaker will be Prof. Maria Papadopouli, University of Crete. Her talk will be entitled "On the analysis of large-scale wireless access markets".
Dr.Constantinos Β.Papadias Appointed Dean of AIT
AIT's Board of Directors has appointed Dr. Constantinos B. Papadias, 45, as the new Dean. He has taken over his new role on March 1, 2014.
AIT supports Athens Startup Weekend
AIT actively supports Athens Startup Weekend (ASW) and offers 3 scholarships and additional mentoring to the winning team!
AIT participates in an EU research project contributing to the reinforcement of European strengths in optical telecommunications networks
AIT is Technical Manager/Project Leader of INSPACE, a research project funded by the European Union within the 7th R&D Framework Program that was ranked 4th among submitted proposals (over 110) at ICT-Call 11, Objective 1.1, with an evaluation score of 14/15. The project is funded with €2.577.000 by the EU, kicked-off on February and will last 36 months.
Open talk: The Voyager Odyssey: from Earth to the Galaxy in 35 Years
The AIT Alumni Club in collaboration with the Hellenic Alumni Associations of Columbia University, University of Illinois and London School of Economics and Political Science proudly present a reception and talk with Dr. Stamatios Krimigis, Chairman of the Greek National Council for Research and Technology, Head Emeritus and Principal Staff at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and winner of the Niki Award 2013.