- The promotion of science, knowledge and education through teaching and research aiming at the enhancement of society in general.
- The dissemination, application and scientific exchange of knowledge.
- The provision of high-quality, internationally-recognized undergraduate and postgraduate education.
Below you will find a description of the departments of the University which are directly involved with the project:
School of Engineering
Department of Education
- Christofides Nicholas
- Constandinides Andreas
- Kadji Chrysanthi
- Leontiou Theodoros
- Lestas Marios
- Makrides Christos
- Nitsiou Chrysa
- Onoufriou Alexis
- Parpotas Yiannis
- Papadakis Antonis
- Papadopoulos Harris
- Polycarpou Alexis
- Vryonides Photos
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