ELEMASYN® is an International non-profit organization with headquarters in Athens, Greece.

We organizes International Student Conferences aiming at student activities that broaden students’ intellectual horizons and has a widely known educational vision.

ELEMASYN® offers a diverse educational experience that can have numerous benefits for students and educators alike. By integrating multiple subjects, we provide students with a well-rounded education and help them make connections between different fields of knowledge. Our Student Conferences foster an environment that embraces cultural diversity and promotes intercultural understandingtolerance, and empathy among students and educators. Furthermore, students are exposed to global perspectives and international issues can broaden their horizons and help them become responsible global citizens.

International Student Conferences

Student conferences are excellent examples of educational activities that play a crucial role in the academic and personal development of students. These events provide valuable learning opportunities and contribute to various aspects of education

Who are the Student Conferences for?

International Student Conferences are primarily for secondary education students (high schools, gymnasiums). While many student conferences are geared toward college and university students, ELEMASYN’s Conferences are specifically designed for school students.

Attending a conference provides students with a valuable educational experience, fosters their academic growth, and connects them to the broader community.

What is the role of students?

Students play several important roles at a conference. They deliver oral presentations, poster sessions, or participate in panel discussions to share their findings and insights with the audience.

Students are there to learn and absorb knowledge from the presentations and discussions at the conference. Additionally, they take advantage of the opportunity to expand their understanding of various subjects and academic disciplines.

What is the role of Teachers?

Teachers play significant roles at conferences. They are actively involved in the preparation of the students’ project thus they contribute to the academic discussions and share their insights. Furthermore, teachers may serve as mentors to students, guiding them through the conference experience and offering feedback on their work. By representing their schools or educational institutions at conferences, teachers showcase the institution’s commitment to academic excellence and research. 

The 3rd International Student Conference will take place in Prague March 1 - 5, 2024. Create an account in order to book online.

Student Conferences are a means to:

Understand that cultural heritage serves as a bridge between generations and people.

Educate themselves on the concept of Culture and respect for the Environment. These goals are also included in the UNESCO Sustainable Development Agenda 2030.

Participate in quality educational activities, which is a fundamental right and a necessary condition for sustainable development.

Take full benefit of technological advancement.

Develop ecological consciousness by studying the basic ecosystems of all countries.

Benefit from the freedom of expression, which is the basis of democracy, and development.

Experience a cross-cultural environment.

Be informed about the value of the European Cultural Heritage.

How do STUDENTS benefit from participating in a Conference?

Participating in a student conference can offer numerous benefits to schools, students, and faculty members. Here are some compelling reasons why a school should consider participating in student conferences:

Enhanced Learning Experience:

Student conferences provide a unique and immersive learning experience outside the traditional classroom setting. Students get the opportunity to delve deeper into their subject of interest, explore cutting-edge research, and gain exposure to new ideas and perspectives.

Motivation and Engagement:

Engaging in conference preparations and presentations can be highly motivating for students. It encourages them to take ownership of their education, set goals, and work diligently towards achieving them.

Skill Development:

Students who participate in conferences can improve their presentation, public speaking, and communication skills. These skills are transferable and beneficial in various aspects of their academic and professional lives.

Networking Opportunities:

Conferences enable students to network with peers from other educational institutions, as well as experts and professionals in their field. Building a strong network can lead to future collaborations, mentorship opportunities, and a broader understanding of the industry or research area.

Recognition and Validation:

Presenting at a conference can give students a sense of accomplishment and validation for their hard work. It boosts their confidence and encourages them to continue pursuing their academic and research interests.

Encourages Research and Critical Thinking:

Preparing for a conference presentation requires students to engage in research and critical thinking. It promotes a deeper understanding of the subject matter and encourages analytical skills development.

The 3rd International Student Conference will take place in Prague March 1 - 5, 2024. Only few seats are available. If you wish to participate book online or contact us.

The 3rd International Student Conference will take place in Prague March 1 - 5, 2024. Only few seats are available. Please contact us if you wish to participate, or join our Waiting List.


How do the TEACHERS benefit from participating in a Conference?

Teacher participation in student conferences promotes professional growth, fosters collaboration with other educators, and reinforces their commitment to providing quality education to their students.

These advantages contribute to creating a vibrant and supportive academic community that benefits both teachers and students alike.

Professional Development:

Participating in a student conference allows teachers to stay updated with the latest developments and trends in their field of expertise. They can attend presentations, workshops, and discussions led by fellow educators and researchers, which enhances their knowledge and teaching skills.

Opportunity for Mentorship:

Teachers can serve as mentors to students presenting at the conference, helping them prepare for their presentations, and providing guidance throughout the process. Mentorship experiences can be rewarding for both teachers and students.

Global Perspectives:

International Conferences bring together educators and researchers from around the world, providing teachers with exposure to diverse perspectives, teaching methodologies, and cultural approaches to education. This exposure can enrich their understanding of global issues and teaching practices.

Cross-Cultural Learning:

Interacting with educators from different countries and cultural backgrounds promotes cross-cultural learning and fosters intercultural understanding. Teachers can gain insights into different educational systems and cultural nuances, which can be valuable in diverse classrooms.

Sharing Expertise:

Teachers can present their own research, classroom practices, and success stories at conferences. Sharing their expertise allows them to contribute to the broader educational community and provide valuable insights to others.

Professional Recognition:

Presenting at an International Conference can enhance teachers’ professional recognition, both within their home country and on the international stage. It can elevate their reputation as experts in their field.

In Partnership with:

ELEMASYN® is a partner of the Future Classroom Lab program by European Schoolnet.

ELEMASYN® is a partner of the Culture Action Europe.