Fulbright, Bodossakis and Niarchos Scholarships programme in Heritage Management


Bageion Foundation Scholarship

One Bageion Foundation scholarship worth €8000 (€4000 a year for 2 years) will be awarded annually to a good candidate from southern Albania (irrespective of nationality), with a preference to the area of Korce-Korytsa. Successful candidates will have to demonstrate that there is a family connection to the area of preference of the scholarship and are encouraged to declare their interest to the area.

The Bageion Foundation is one of the oldest foundations of Greece established during his lifetime by Ioannis Bagkas, a self-made immigrant to Alexandria of Egypt, then Romania and then Athens from his hometown of Korytsa, Albania. Bagkas, remarkably in 1886, and before his own death, gave all his property to the Greek state keeping only an allowance of 1000 drachmas a month.


Bodossaki Foundation Athens Scholarship

The University of Kent and the Athens University of Economics and Business are pleased to announce four scholarships funded by Bodossaki Foundation to study on the MA in Heritage Management at Elefsina, an Athenian suburb, beginning in September 2018.
Bodossaki Foundation was established in 1972 and is one of the most respected privately owned public-benefit organizations in Greece. It is the result of a long, strenuous, consistent effort of its founder, Prodromos Bodossakis - Athanasiadis to support the state, the society and his fellow people, as a legacy of the tradition he himself carried. Bodossaki Foundation is currently active in 4 main strategic pillars: education, health, protection of the environment and the empowerment of civil society in Greece.
The MA in Heritage Management, a unique combination of Heritage and Business, has been consistently rated as one of the top 10 Arts and Culture Management MA's internationally.

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If you have any queries, please email the Heritage Management office in Elefsina at


Please make sure when applying for a scholarship to indicate whether you would be able to accept only a 'comprehensive' scholarship or you would be able to also accept either a 'full fees' or a 'half-fees' scholarship.



For more information contact Vasia Terzi at