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“I first learned about NETWORK from a friend of mine during my undergraduate studies at the University of Piraeus. Since I wanted to pursue postgraduate studies in the UK, I enrolled for TOEFL and GRE examination preparatory courses, just before finishing my studies. The quality of the taught courses and the lab exercises was so high that I also decided to enrol for the Full Service one-to-one support programme, in order to further enhance my personal learning experience with much more focus on my real needs and practical aspirations.

With the invaluable help and constant support of the staff I got offers from some of the most prestigious British Universities, including UCL, Imperial, King's, Durham and Edinburgh. Having chosen to continue my postgraduate studies in the Department of Computing at Imperial College, London, I received a world class master's degree, before returning to Greece to gain some valuable working experience as a freelance programmer and afterwards as a researcher.

I am currently a PhD candidate in the Algorithm Design Group (ADG), in the Department of Informatics at King's College. No matter how many years have passed, I always value the quality of training I received at NETWORK, which still constitutes the backbone for my further development and my future career. ”



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I was born and raised in Athens, Greece. Following my graduation from high school in 2002, I enrolled in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Piraeus, Greece. After completing all my obligations for the completion of my degree, I continued my postgraduate studies in the distinguished Department of Computing at Imperial College, London, in 2007, before returning to Greece to complete my mandatory military obligations and to gain some valuable working experience as a freelance programmer and afterwards as a researcher at the University of Piraeus. In 2010 I joined the Department of Informatics at King's College, London, as a PhD candidate in the Algorithm Design Group (ADG), a position I hold to date.