ABOUT MS. DANIILIDOU
Rallou Danilidou has been working in Higher Education in the UK since 1996 as an Academic and as a University Guidance Counsellor. Today she leads the Academic Counseling team of University Services which operates in the Greek market since 2000. Rallou maintains very close ties with leading UK universities and a large network of admissions officers and college counsellors around the world. She is trained by the British Council in Athens since 1996 and has attended a long series of seminars and international annual conferences for teachers and advisers in higher education organized by UCAS.
She is also trained in teaching strategies for the Academic IELTS and has recently attended the IELTS workshop for teachers which was organized by the British Council and was held at the University of Reading in the UK.
University Services shares a mission: to provide quality education and consultancy to sixth form students who are about to select their career pathway. If you are interested in studying in the UK or in an English-speaking institution in Europe then look no further!
We walk side by side with our students throughout the UCAS journey. We make the difference in the market because we encourage our students to share their concerns, thoughts and uncertainties about university choices and decisions explaining how the application cycle works. With patience, commitment and careful guidance we provide the best possible support to all our students and celebrate together their successes.
ABOUT UNIVERSITY SERVICES
We offer students who are about to complete high school education in Greece academic guidance regarding the career pathway they wish to follow…
Our ultimate aim is to take the stress and anxiety out of the application process and find the “right fit university” for each student…
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