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Graduation Ceremony 2009

Each graduation ceremony is a special moment in the life of every BCA student. It is the end of a hard four year effort full of pleasant memories, but it also signifies the beginning of each graduates professional career or postgraduate studies.
Providing high quality academic services is and always will be BCA’s primary objective. This objective is accomplished with the help of 95 qualified teachers, and the creation of a pleasant and simultaneously fulfilling atmosphere fitting for a student’s lifestyle.

Each BCA graduation ceremony is an opportunity to express gratitude to parents and guardians, with whose support, we were entrusted the education of their children.

BCA is undergoing the most significant period in its 38 years of existence as it is on the threshold of the future changes governing post-secondary education in Greece. With the professional recognition of their degrees in the offing, the graduates of BCA should be aware that  BCA records a steady growth path, with constant investments in both facilities, and academic staff, with the following objective: to permanently consolidate itself in Greece and Southeast Europe, as the largest private educational institution that offers studies inextricably linked to the labor market and as an educational organization with the primary objective of serving and standing next to its students and graduates in every step of their lives.

This year, BCA hosted the largest graduation ceremony in its 38 year history, at the "Friends of Music" Athens Music Megaron, with special guest, Goodwill Ambassador of UNESCO, Ms Marianna Vardinogianni who was awarded for her contribution and offered five scholarships to distribute to the charitable organization "HOPE." The event was enriched by the participation of the famous soprano Ms. Elena Kelesidis and pianist John Apeitos.