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Academically Affiliated Institutions

The University of Nicosia constantly aims to develop and strengthen internal and external networks in order for Faculty and Researchers to benefit from such links.


Today, the University collaborates with various Academically Affiliated Institutions and has established close links with other academics institutions, governmental bodies and the industry. Faculty and Researchers may benefit from these partnerships and are encouraged to spend some time familiarising themselves with the various Academically Affiliated Institutions and industry links available.


The R&IO is available to advise Faculty and Researchers and to connect individuals with specific individuals, institutions and/or organisations, according to their research interests.

Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs (CCEIA)

CCEIA is a pioneering and innovative think-tank and research institution through the quality of its work and its contribution to society and public debate in Cyprus and beyond.<...

Centre for the Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology (CARDET)

An international research and development organisation based in Cyprus, with partners from around the world


Mass Media & Communication Institute (IMME)

The Mass Media & Communication Institute (IMME) was established in 1999 as a non-profit, research-academic organization based in Nicosia.


Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS)

A non-profit NGO that promotes and contributes to projects of social, political, and economic themes relating to gender and women’s rights on a national, regional, and EU level....

Cyprus Center for Intercultural Studies (CCIS)

Since the founding of the Center in 2012, we have been working on creating an interdisciplinary space for dialogue both locally and internationally.


Mediterranean Institute of Hydrocarbons Technology (MIHT)

MIHT is a non-profit organization based in Cyprus and with activities in both European region and the wider Middle-East region.