DSRI’s mission is to undertake research and training activities on defence and security in collaboration with partners in government; industry; and other academic and research centres nationally and internationally.
The Diplomatic Academy is an independent non-profit institute, closely affiliated with the University of Nicosia, established in 2011 to provide training and promote education, information and analysis on diplomatic and international relations developments.
The Eastern Mediterranean Studies Initiative (EMSI) aims to enhance international collaboration among scholars, researchers and practitioners interested in issues pertaining to the geopolitics, societies, economics, development, energy, and environmental sustainability of the Eastern Mediterranean.
The Environmental Health (EH) Research Centre is guided by the underlying principles of One Health and recognizes the intrinsic and complex connection between the health of people, biodiversity and the environment.
The European Documentation Centre (EDC) is a body designated by the European Commission to promote and disseminate official publications and other sources of information provided by the European Union.
Gnosis aims to advance the science of Management and its adjacent disciplines, and to lead in the generation and dissemination of knowledge in the wider Mediterranean region, for the benefit of academia, industry and society at large.
The Institute For the Future (IFF) is a cross-disciplinary research institute at the University of Nicosia (UNIC) founded to explore the hypothesis that exponential technologies will cause rapidly accelerating societal change over the coming decades.
The Institute of Public, Cyber and National Security of the University of Nicosia is a Centre of Excellence offering multi-disciplinary professional training in Policing, Security and Investigation, Forensic Psychology, Cybersecurity and International Security and Intelligence.
The University of Nicosia successfully implemented the Jean Monnet Modules (2008-2011) and the “Ad Personam” Jean Monnet Chair (2011-2014). The Centre of Excellence was the natural next step for the University of Nicosia, making it the first private university in Cyprus to receive this award and one of fourteen globally that were successful in 2014.