We are all students
We contribute to the development of all generations’ digital skills -from children and teenagers, to senior citizens- which will substantially improve their quality of life. Innovation and technology in education are essential for the professional advancement and development of people and social groups. That is why we invested over €750,000 in numerous programs and actions, with the goal of promoting technology and innovation in education.
The history and future of telecommunications in a Museum!
Was there a “phone” in ancient times? How do we communicate via satellite? How did one of the first TV studios in Greece look like? How can a child surf the internet safely? These are just a few things that the 14,000 visitors of the OTE Group Telecommunications Museum learned, in 2015.
We join forces with the Athens University of Economics and Business
In 2015, OTE Group and the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) inaugurated a new era in synergies between the business and academic communities, by establishing the ‘COSMOTE Innovation Lab’. University students were given the chance to acquire extensive experience and knowledge through the exchange of knowhow and by exploring solutions to matters of technical and business nature.
Technology for seniors
For the 3rd year in a row, we supported the “Access to the Digital World’ program, run by the NGO ’50+ Hellas’. 765 seniors, at an average age of 64 years, found out ways that technology can bring them closer to their loved ones and improve their everyday lives.
Preparing tomorrow’s professionals
50 first year students received grants amounting to €15.000, each.
Internship for 423 students in OTE Group.
150 high school and university students took part in COSMOTE’s Students Visit program.
10 talented postgraduate students, were selected through the “COSMOTE Graduate Trainee Program”, became part of OTE Group and are "experiencing an exciting 18 month journey".
Primary school students’ robotics!
Over 1,400 children cultivated their technological skills and team spirit, in a fun way, during the 1st Pan-Hellenic Educational Robotics Competition for Primary School children. With the purpose of integrating the new educational method STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) into the Greek educational system, children visualised and created "Their Town".