Two students received a scholarship from OKTA and HELPE Group for postgraduate studies in Greece
Two students received a scholarship from OKTA and Hellenic Petroleum for postgraduate studies in Greece
Stefanija Tanevska and Angelina Slaveski are the two recipients of the scholarships for postgraduate studies at the competition, which was published by OKTA in May, 2017. The students will have the privilege of continuing their studies at the University of Piraeus and the Technical University of Crete, with which the Hellenic Petroleum Group, to which OKTA belongs, has concluded a three-year cooperation contract. With this initiative, besides scholarships for students from our country, the Group granted a total of 25 scholarships for students in other countries where it operates (Greece, Cyprus, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Serbia). In addition to paid studies, the company OKTA awarded both of them an additional scholarship for living expenses worth 1000 Euros per month for each.
Stefanija Tanevska graduated from the Faculty of Law and she will continue her postgraduate studies in Energy, Law and Economics at the University of Piraeus. Angelina Slaveski graduated from the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy and will continue her postgraduate studies in Oil engineering at the Faculty of Engineering of Mineral Resources at the Technical University in Crete.
As part of the socially responsible practices, OKTA continues to invest in one of the most important spheres of the community, which is building qualified personnel and strengthening intellectual capacities in the country.