Talk:National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Fair use rationale for Image:Uoa-logo.jpg
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Seferis and Elytis as alumni
Perhaps they were, but their Wikipedia biographies don't confirm it. Seferis is said to have studied in Paris; Elytis "attended courses as an auditor", which, if I understand correctly, means that he wasn't a member of the university. So I put a "fact" tag against these two names. Could someone cite a source? Andrew Dalby 14:59, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
The rank of the university (#200) should be updated as it appears it has risen to #177. Citation: []
- Since you raise the issue, I actually think it is inappropriate to place the rank in the first sentence of the article. Rank systems are notoriously flawed even when they are applied to only one country's schools; global ranks like this one are even more questionable. Moreover, the rank shown in the article is based on just ONE source. If ranks are to be presented, it should be in a separate section that lists multiple available rankings. Otherwise, the number is just this side of meaningless. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 17:03, 17 November 2009 (UTC)