Using indicators, surveys and studies, EKT operates as a monitoring mechanism for public funding support and promotes highly-skilled human resources as one of the strengths of the Greek research and innovation system.
unique beneficiaries in the Acquisition of Teaching Academic Experience
52,2% - 47,8%
Young PhDs in 2017 were 52.2% men, and 47.8% women
overall rate of response to primary EKT surveys addressed to all beneficiaries
39.4% of benefiting young scientists reviewed their eventual resettling abroad.
Participation in European Social Fund actions supporting young researchers has led many young scientists involved to reconsider the possibility of their resettling abroad. Rates vary with the activity, the highest (48.2%) being recorded for enhancing postdoctoral research.