PRINCE ALEXANDER'S EDUCATION FOUNDATION
RECEIVES THREE SCHOLARSHIPS FROM BCA- LONDON METROPOLITAN
UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS
Belgrade 22 June 2010 - Crown Prince
Alexander's Foundation for Education received two
undergraduate scholarships (three years) and one NBA
scholarship (two years) from BCA-Business College of Athens.
Crown Prince Alexander's Foundation will organize a contest
for the students in Serbia.
Scholarships available for studies
starting Autumn 2010 will be given to the most qualified
Serbian students to study in Athens.
BCA-Business College of Athens is very
pleased to establish collaboration with HRH Crown Prince
Alexander's Foundation for Education allowing the youth of
Serbia to develop their academic knowledge and abilities as
well assist them to reach the peak of their personal and
Mr. Andreas Toumazatos, Assistant Head of
Hotel and Tourism Management Department BSA College, London
Metropolitan University in Athens visited Belgrade where he
had the opportunity to meet some of the TOP Serbian scholars
and students at the Best Scholars reception held at the
White Palace. He emphasized that he is please to support
such bright youth and at the same time continue developing
good and friendly relations between Serbia and Greece.
The long term course of continuous
upgrading has made BCA one of the largest and most credible
educational institutions in Greece. Years of continuous
educational service and success in all sectors, have formed
a level of quality and study conditions that are comparable
to large universities abroad. This is the reason why leading
higher educational institutes of England recognize BCA as
their department in Greece, offering its graduates the
potential for a superior career.
Since it was established the Crown Prince
Alexander’s Foundation for Education provided scholarships
for Nottingham University, East Tennessee State University,
School of Life Sciences-EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federal de
Lausanne), Culver Military Academy. As well as new
partnerships and joint projects with: OSSI (Organization of
Serbian Students Abroad), Junior Achievement – Serbia USAid,
“Innovacija 2010” Ministry of Science and Technology,
Republic of Serbia.