- Iacovidou, M. Femina Project: “Best practice and guidelines for the successful establishment in a European market”.Coordinator: Zonta club, Nicosia region, Cyprus.Funding Obtained: 150.000 Euro, Leonardo da Vinci
- Iacovidou, M. IPPHEAE Project- ‘Impact of Policies for Plagiarism in Higher Education across Europe’. Erasmus Programme under the Lifelong Learning Programme, 2010-2013, approximately € 76,054 (total Funding obtained €331,468), project partner
- Iacovidou, M. UNILO – Promoting the EQF Learning Outcomes Approach within European Universities, Leonardo Da Vinci, Lifelong Learning Programme, Mar 2010 – Feb 2012, approximately €29,720, (total fund approximately €399,272), Participant
- Kaufmann, H.R. Submission in February 2010: Life Long Learning Programme- Leonardo da Vinci Partnerships; Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and Competitiveness in European Business (CSR EUBIS); 12 Partners; Budget: Euro 239.300; Mobility share for University of Nicosia: Euro 14.000; Role: Partner (Co-coordinator) – not accepted
- Kaufmann, R. “Tempus IV, Curriculum Reform. Project Lead Partner: Technological Educational Institute of Crete”, Key Staff (Teacher and Supervisor) of University of Nicosia which is partner. Total requested Tempus Grant: 1.461.935,41 Euro.
- Kaufmann, R. Team member of a Europe wide research (31 countries with 51 partners on a Thematic Network on Consumer Behavior) in the EU Life Long Learning Program. Total Budget to be funded: Euro 594.048, Budget for University of Nicosia: Euro: 67.548; Member of the Management Board
- Kaufmann, R. Team member of a Project submitted to the EU “Lifelong Learning Program. Erasmus. Cross Cultural Management”, Total budget to be funded: Euro 125.005,70; Budget for University of Nicosia: Euro 15.168 (Euro 6.678 Student Mobility and Euro 8.490 Staff Mobility).
- Kokkinaki, A. Impact of Policies for Plagiarism in Higher Education Across Europe, 510321-LLP-1-2010-1-UK-ERASMUS-EMHE, Total Budget, 369619 Euros, 3 years, approved July 23rd 2010.
- Vrontis, D. “University Enterprise Training Partnership Link – U.E.T.P Link”, Cooperation between Universities and Enterprises, Lifelong Learning Erasmus Programme, 332,316 euros. (July, 2010).
- Vrontis, D., Kaufmann, R. et al. “Cross-Cultural Management Intensive ERASMUS LLP Programme”,
- Funded by: the Hellenic State Scholarships Institution under the European Commission
- Hosted by: the Department of Finance and Insurance of the Technological Educational Institute of Crete in Agios Nikolaos
- Grand awarded: 120,000 euros,
- Duration of research: thirty six months.
- Κυπριακό Εμπορικό και Βιομηχανικό Επιμελητήριο-ΚΕΒΕ (€8.000), Sea Transportation Policy in the area of Middle East and North Africa.
- Kokkinaki, A. “Design and Development of a Cyprus Website Search Engine using Ontologies”, Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, amount 180,892 Euros, 24 months, (PI).
- Kokkinaki, A. “Development of a Total Quality Management and Control Software Platform”, Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, amount 219,684 Euros, 15 months, (PI).
- Michailidis, M. Partner-Researcher (2008-2010) ICOPER – Interoperable Content for Performance – in a Competency-driven Society – eContentplus. (Member of the University of Cyprus team) (ICOPER’s underlying pedagogical framework will guide a consensus building approach to developing Best Practices, addresses issues such as (1) exchange of competency models in a cross-cultural educational context, (2) collaboration around learning designs, (3) integration of content via federated search and harvesting, (4) reuse of instructional models and content in learning deliver environments, (5) interoperability of item banks for assessment and evaluation).
- Michailidis, M. Partner-Researcher (2008-2010): Grundtvig Multilateral Project – “FINALIST FINAncial Literacy Stimulation” – (To stimulate and improve adult financial literacy among selected vulnerable groups). Member of the University of Cyprus team- (€20.000).
- Pavlou, P. and Kokkinaki, A. (2008), “Cyprus website search engine with the use of ontologies” , Research Promotion Foundation, grand awarded: €98,735, duration of research: twenty four months.
- Vrontis, D. (2008), “The Renaissance of Commandaria – Developing the Brand as a Competitive Advantage”, Research Promotion Foundation, grand awarded: €149,930, duration of research: twenty four months.
- Kaufmann, H.R. “Management in Cyprus Tourism”, Research Promotion Foundation. €170,860. (£100.000).
- Orphanidou, Y. CoBeReN ‘consumer behaviour research network’ – Its character is a non profit nature and it is rooted on the basis of the funds obtained from the European Commission, having accepted the proposal of the Academic Network COBEREN- 2009-2012
- Orphanidou, Y., Leonardo Da Vinci- Lifelong Learning ‘Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and Competitiveness in European Business’- Submitted in 2010
- Orphanidou, Y., Leonardo Transfer of Innovation ‘Women Entrepreneurs in Rural Tourism’ (WERT) project- Approved by European Commission- 2010-2012
- Kartakoullis, N.L. Doves Olympic Movement Project, UNDP €170,860. () 2 year grant.£100.000
- Kartakoullis, N., “Development Prospects for Sports Tourism in Cyprus”, Cyprus Tourism Organization, €8,543 (£5000), 1 year grant.
- Kaufmann, H.R., Leonardo da Vinci Project with 7 international partners- Internationalisation of SMEs, €189,000.
- Kaufmann, H.R., International Lake of Constance University- Subject: Internationalisation of SMEs, €20,000.
- Kaufmann, H.R., EU Interreg III B Funding- Subject: Interregional location branding Euro 1.2 Mio (Funding part for University of Applied Sciences in Liechtenstein: €22.000)
- Kaufmann, H.R., Development of continuous education programmes in Private Banking together with Liechtenstein Banking Association: Fee income: approximately €164,291.(CHF 250.000).
- Kaufmann, H.R., Launch of co-operation with Akademie fr Finanzmanagement Stuttgart/Germany for providing Private Banking PGD in Germany: approximate profit per course: €19,710 (CHF 30.000).
- Kaufmann, H.R., Organising seminars and presentations for the Liechtenstein business community on behalf of the University of Applied Sciences: approximate fee income: €38,484 (CHF 58.550).
- Papasolomou, I., Cyprus Tourism Organisation: “Competition for the Provision of Services for a Market Research and Consultancy Study for the Development of the Nordic Tourism Market (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland) to Cyprus”.
- Theophanous, A. and N. Kartakoullis. “Η οικονομική διάσταση της ποδοσφαιρικής βιομηχανίας στην Κύπρο .” Cyprus Football Association, €17,086 (£ 10,000) 1 yr grant.
- Tsangari, H., “The habit of smoking amongst teenagers and young adults in Cyprus”, (Statistician of the project; with A. Symeou, M. Karekla, M. Perdikogianni, M. Constantinou). Co-Funded by IPE (Research Promotion Foundation) and Intercollege, €68,344 (£40,000), 2-year grant.
- Kartakoullis, N., Development Prospects for Athletic Tourism in Cyprus, Cyprus Tourism Organization, €18,543 (£5,000), 1 year grant.
- Louca, S. “COST Action 298: Participation in the Broadband Society”, Management Committee Member, July 2005 – July 2009.
- Louca, S. “Virtual Bus, (Infrastructure Project)” Primary Investigator and Coordinator, Research Promotion Foundation, November 2005 – November 2009 €222,300 (£130,000).
- Louca, S. “Women Integration and Skills for Entrepreneurship”, Partner, Leonardo da Vinci program, Partner, October 2005 – March 2007 €400,000.
- Michailidis, M. Partner-Researcher (2005-2008): Socrates/Erasmus Thematic Network – European Union – DG Education & Training “EUSW – A European Platform for Worldwide Social Work” (contribute to the impact of Social changes and the role of Social Work both as a discipline and as a profession). Member of the Board of the Thematic Network. Coordinator of the WG7: Research Group €300.000.
- Kartakoullis, N., Multiphase Athletic Approach, Inquiry on Educational Aspect and Influence on Sports, Research Promotion Foundation, €168,344 (£40,000) three year grant.
- Kartakoullis, N., The Impact of Power Training on Metabolic and Hormonal Changes, Research Promotion Foundation, €59,801 (£35000) three-year grant.
- Kartakoullis, N., Use of Anabolic Steroids by Athletes and the Wider Public in Cyprus, Cyprus Sports Organization and Ministry of Health, Government of Cyprus, €15,377 (£9,000).
- Kartakoullis, N., Values, Attitudes and Parameters Motivating High Performance Athletes in Cyprus, Cyprus Sports Organization, €17,086 (£10,000) six-month grant.
- Kartakoullis, N., VET Vocational Educational Qualification in Sports: Trends and Perspectives, Cyprus Sports Organization and European Commission, €6,834 (£4,000) three-month grant.
- Kokkinaki, A., E-Government System for Local Administration, Research Promotion Foundation, €172,568 (£101,000) twenty-month grant.
- Louca, S. The Internet in Rural Areas, Primary Investigator, Research Promotion Found