University of Nicosia Partners in a New ERASMUS+ Project: TEACHEX – Teaching Excellence in Israel
The University of Nicosia is engaged as a partner in an Erasmus+ Key Action 2 (Capacity Building in Higher Education) project, entitled “TEACHEX – Teaching Excellence in Israel”, which kicked off in November 2015. The project is led by theInterdisciplinary Centre Herzlya, Israel and involves a total of 14 partners from seven countries. This collaboration was made possible thanks to the efforts of Dr. Philippos Pouyioutas, Vice Rector of Academic Affairs at the University of Nicosia. On behalf of the University of Nicosia, Dr. Pouyioutas is the Coordinator and Main Researcher on the project and is joined by fellow colleagues, Dr. Evi Eftychiou, Head of the Erasmus Office and Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, and Dr. Dimitri Apraksin, Head of the Computer Centre.
The University of Nicosia contribution