The Study UK Alumni Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of alumni and showcase the impact and value of a UK higher education. For the fourth consecutive year, Greece is honoured to be hosting the Alumni Awards in partnership with the British Embassy Athens, the British Graduates Society (BGS) and the British-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.
Meet the finalists
We are delighted to announce this year’s finalists:
Professional Achievement Award
|Dr Olga-Joan Ktenidou||Imperial College of Science, Technology
and Medicine and University of Greenwich
|Gabriella-Penelope Triantafyllis||University of Bristol|
Social Impact Award
|Alexandros Angelopoulos||University of Edinburgh and Imperial College
of Science, Technology and Medicine
|Stella Kasdagli||University of East London|
|Anna Kasapoglou||University of Portsmouth|
Find out more about Study UK Alumni Awards 2020 finalists and the judging panel in the ‘Downloads’ section below.
The winners will be announced at the Alumni Awards Ceremony in May 2020.
Award winners have the opportunity to raise their international profile, expand their professional networks and enhance their careers. The British Council will offer a prize of up to €1,000 to the winner of each of the main categories in Greece for a professional development opportunity of their choice. In addition, the winners in Greece will win a return ticket to a domestic destination, sponsored by Aegean Airlines.
Lifetime Achievement Award
For the first time, Greece is one of the two pilot countries hosting the Lifetime Achievement Award, recognising alumni who studied at a UK university more than 15 years ago and who have contributed to UK-Greece relations. The finalists and the winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award will be announced and honoured at the Alumni Awards Ceremony in May 2020. Aegean Airlines is kindly sponsoring a return ticket to London for the winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Alumni Awards Ceremony is taking place in Athens in May 2020. Details to be announced.