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The Greek Summer School 2012 was definitely wonderful experience for me in the view of lectures, field sessions and amazing landscape. I still can't believe that how this sort of a short period strongly motived me to study on conservation biology. After the Erasmus IP, I decided to drive my future plans to get involved in conservation biology. I feel myself lucky to participate this summer school and it was as well a real privilege for me..!

Tuba Keles


Greek summer school 2012, which involved new and advanced methods of data sampling and analysis and were taught by experts scientists, helped us to expand our knowledge about biodiversity and natural resources conservation. The Erasmus IP 2012, was an exciting and unique experience for us.

Maria-Vasiliki Anagnostopoulou, 26, University of Ioannina


Water, mud, sun, wind and rain! It seems to be nothing special if I hadn't been there with good mates and good teachers that everyday found the way to transform every simple thing in an important lesson about the marvelous power of nature, to bring with me for the rest of my life.

Denis Buratto, 21 University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy 

I strongly recommend any future biologist to apply for Erasmus IP 2011.

Ieremias Chousidis, 19 University of Ioannina, Greece 


Amazing landscape and environment to work in. A real privilege to study in Papingo.

Miriam Kunde, 25 University of Cumbria, U.K.  


The Erasmus IP 2010 in Papingo was a fantastic opportunity to learn practical techniques, involved in current conservation, and the theory behind them. Papingo provided an excellent base for this learning experience as it is one of the most biodiverse areas of Europe, not to mention absolutely beautiful.

Paul Greaves, 34 University of Cumbria, U.K.




Important Dates

  •     09 January 2012: Registration opens
  •     15 March 2012: Registration closes
  •     15 April 2012: Announcement of participants
  •     24 June 2012: Arrival in Ioannina
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