Facebook Linked In Twitter

Facebook Warns Growth Set To Slow 'Significantly'

President Anastasiades Receives Honorary Award by AHEPA in Athens



brought to you by Barclays

UCLan Cyprus Goes Online

UCLan Cyprus Goes Online

In line with the announcement of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth of the Republic of Cyprus on measures to be taken in order to prevent the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID -19), UCLan Cyprus announces that the operations of the University will be offered through online means from Friday 13th to Sunday 22nd March 2020.


The University’s contingency plan has been activated so that courses can be delivered through online platform. Various University departments such as Administration, Student Support, Library, IT and Admissions will also offer services using online means.


In addition, any events on the premises of the University are postponed or cancelled in line with specific announcements.


Students have been directed to embark on the online education platform so as to continue to take advantage of distance learning delivery in the coming days/weeks in order to ensure the smooth continuation of their studies and the successful completion of the academic year 2019-20.


Announcements will be available to students, stakeholders and partners via the website of the University at

For additional information or clarifications contact the University at [email protected]




DP World Limassol Advances Digital Transformation Of Limassol Port

DP World Limassol’s CEO, Nawaf Abdulla presented the latest developments in the ...

EY: Finance Leaders Rethink Roles And Responsibilities As New Operating Reality Sets In

Disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting geopolitical and ...

New Professional Training Programme for High School Leavers by PwC Cyprus

PwC Cyprus presents a new programme addressed to graduates of public and private high ...



Facebook Warns Growth Set To Slow 'Significantly'

Facebook has warned that it expects revenue growth to slow down "significantly" in the second half of 2021. The tech giant saw revenue rise to ...

Nicosia's Changes In UNFICYP Resolution Accepted, To Be Adopted Today

Pressure exerted on Britain by all other members of the UN Security Council forced London to accept amendments to the draft resolution on the UN Peacekeeping ...

President Anastasiades Receives Honorary Award by AHEPA in Athens

President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades was awarded the “AHEPA Socrates Award” by AHEPA (American Hellenic Educational Progressive ...

Rescueline Acquires Leading Road Assistance Company in Greece Mapfre Asistencia

Rescueline, the largest road assistance provider in Cyprus, has announced the acquisition of the operation of Mapfre Asistencia in Greece, one of the ...

Pfizer: 2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Sales Top $33.5 bln

Pfizer Inc., on Wednesday, raised its 2021 sales forecast for its COVID-19 vaccine by 29% to $33.5 billion, and said it believes people will need a third dose ...

Action Plan for Circular Economy

The Action Plan for the Circular Economy will have multiple benefits for the environment, the society and the economy, as it has been stressed in a press ...

EU Looking Into Cyprus Link To Pegasus Spy Probe

Cyprus is in the middle of another spy-related scandal, following the infamous ‘spy van’ case two years ago, as the European Commission is asking ...

Von der Leyen Underlines EU Support For Cyprus Settlement In Line With UN Framework

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen expressed on Tuesday EU support for a Cyprus settlement in line with UN resolutions and the EU acquis. ...




INB Mag July