Partner Universities

Belgium Katholieke Hogeschool Mechelen (B MECHELE14)
  Computing – Christos Markides (2 students)
   
Estonia Tallinn University of Technology (EE Tallinn 04)
  Engineering and engineering trades – Christos Markides (2 students)
   
Finland Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (SFHELSINK41)
  Engineering, Technology - Christos Markides, Polykarpou Alexis, Christou Petros Stamatis Rossides (2 students)
   
  Seinajoki University of Applied Sciences (SF SEINAJO 06)
  Civil Engineering – Petros Christou (2 students)
  Mechanical Engineering – Stamatis Rossides (2 students)
  Electrical Engineering – Alexis Polycarpou (2 students)
   
France Politecnique de l’Orléans-University of Orleans (FORLEANS01)
  Electronics / signal and image processing – Alexis Polycarpou (2 students)
  Civil Engineering – Petros Christou (2 students)
  Mechanical Engineering – Stamatis Rossides
   
Greece University of Patras ( GPATRA01)
  Engineering and engineering trades – Christos Markides (2 students)
   
  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GTHESSAL01)
  Engineering and engineering trades – Stamatis Rossides (2 students)
   
  ATEI Thessalonikis (GTHESSAL12)
  Civil Engineering – Petros Christou (2 students)
   
  Technological Education Institute of Greece (GKRITIS04)
  Computer Science – Christos Markides (2 students)
  Engineering and engineering trades – Alexis Polycarpou (2 students)
   
  University of Central Greece (GLAMIA04)
  Computing – Christos Markides (2 students)
   
Netherlands Netherlands: - Hogeschool van Amsterdam
  Computing – Christos Markides (2 students)
   
Portugal Instituto Politechnico de Lisboa (PLISBOA05)
  Civil Engineering – Petros Christou (2 students)
  Mechanical Engineering – Stamatis Rossides (2 students)
  Electrical Engineering – Alexis Polycarpou (2 students)
   
UK Coventry University (UK COVENT 02 )
  Engineering and engineering trades – Alexis Polycarpou, Christos Markides (2 students)
  University of Portsmouth (UK PORTSMO01)
  Computer Science – Dencho Batanov (2 students)

Austria University of Vienna (AWIEN01)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Belgium Katholieke Hogeschool Kempen (BGEEL07)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
  Lessius University (B ANTWERP60)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
  HELMO (B LIEGE 37)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Bulgaria Sofia University (BG SOFIA06)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Czech Republic Vysoka Skola Karla Englise, a.s (CZBRNO11)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Estonia Tallinn University of Technology (EE Tallinn 04)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Finland University of Jyvaskyla (SFJYVASKY01)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
  Seinajoki University of Applied Sciences (SFSEINAJO06)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
  University of Joensuu (SFJOENS 01)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
  Lahti University of Applied Sciences (S LAHTI 11)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Italy Universita degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale "Amedeo Avogadro" (IVERCELL 01)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
  Universita di Bologna (I BOLOGNA01)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Latvia Riga Technical University (LVRIGA02)
  Accounting and Finance – Petroula Mavrikiou, Petia Tanova (2 students)
   
Poland Panstwowa Wyzsza Szkola Zawodowa w Gorzowa Wielkopolskim (PL GORZOW01)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)
   
Portugal Instituto Politecnico do Porto (P PORTO 05)
  Business Administration – Petroula Mavrikiou
   
Spain University of Pais Vasco (EBILBAO01)
  Business Administration - Petroula Mavrikiou (2 students)

Greece ATEI of Thessaloniki (G THESSAL 12)
  Nursing and Caring - Despina Sapountzi-Krepia (2 students)
   
  University of Peloponesse (GTRIPOLI03)
  Nursing – Despina Sapountzi-Krepia (4 students)
   
Sweden Linkopings University (S LINKOPI01)
  Nursing and Caring - Despina Sapountzi-Krepia (2 students)

Austria Kunstuniversitat Linz (A LINZ 02)
  Art and Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
   
Finland North Karelia University of Applied Sciences (SFJOENSUU09)
  Interior Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
  Graphic Design- Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
   
Germany Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste Braunschweig (DBRAUNSC02)
  Art and Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
   
Greece Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GTHESSAL01)
  Architecture – Vyron Ioannou (2 students)
   
  University of Patras (GPATRA01)
  Architecture – Vyron Ioannou (2 students)
   
Hungary Szechenyi University (HUGYOR01)
  Architecture – Vyron Ioannou (3 students)
   
Lithuania Kaunas University of Applied Sciences (LTKAUNAS08)
  Art and Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
   
Spain Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseno La Rioja (ELOGRONO03)
  Graphic and Interior Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
   
UK Birmingcham City University (UKBIRMING03 )
  Art and Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)
   
  Coventry University (UK COVENTR02)
  Art and Design – Costas Mantzalos (2 students)

Austria Kunstuniversitat Linz (A LINZ 02)
  Art Education including teacher training - Anna Hatzipanagiotidou (2 students)
   
Greece University of Patras (GPATRAS01)
  Education, Teacher Training (2 students)
   
  University of Thessaly (GVOLOS01)
  Education, Teacher Training (Pre-Primary) (2 students)
   
  Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GTHESSAL01)
  Education, Teacher Training (2 students)
   
  Panepistimio Dutikis Makedonias, Florina (GKOZANI02)
  Education (Pre-Primary) (2 students)
   
Spain University of Castilla-La Mancha (ECIUDAR01
  Education (Pre-Primary) (2 students)

Austria FH Campus Wien, University of Applied Sciences (AWIEN63 )
  Social Work – Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (1 student)
   
Belgium Katholieke Hogeschool Kempen (BGEEL07)
  Social Work – Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (1 student)
   
  Plantijn Hogeschool (BANTWERP58)
  Social Work- Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (5 students)
   
Bulgaria Sofia University (BGSOFIA06)
  Journalism – Sotiris Theocharidis (2 students)
   
Denmark Metropolitan University College (DKKOPENHA55)
  Social Work – Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (2 students)
   
Finland North Karelia University of Applied Sciences (SFJOENSUU09)
  Social Work – Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (2 students)
   
  Lahti University of Applied Sciences (SFLAHTI11)
  Social Work – Maria Dimpolou Lagonika (2 students)
  Media – Sotiris Theocharides (2 students)
   
Germany Hochschule Neubrandenburg (DNEUBRAN02)
  Social Work – Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (2 students)
   
Greece Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GTHESSAL01)
  Journalism – Sotiris Theocharides (2 students)
   
  National and Kapodistriako University of Athens
  Journalism – Sotiris Theocharides (2 students)
   
  University of Crete (GKRITIS01)
  Sociology – Sotiris Theocharides (2 students)
   
Latvia Higher School of Managrement and Social Work "Attistiba" (LVRIGA16)
  Social Work – Maria Dimopoulou Lagonika (2 students)
   
Sweden Umea University (SUMEA01)
  Social Work - Baitzar Gazerian (2 students)

Erasmus Multilateral Programme

Frederick University was one of seven partners of ESPIEW “Entrepreneurial Spirit improving European Welfare”, a very successful Erasmus multilateral project. 

This project aimed to stimulate the entrepreneurial potentials of students studying Social Work and Health Care, through the creation of an educational module based on an interdisciplinary approach. Also, the University’s Nature Conservative Unit is involved in an LLP Research Network named Erasmus Jean Monnet. 

This program was the first department in the Cypriot academic system that started dealing with issues relating to nature conservation. The members and collaborating scientists of the Nature Conservative Unite have extensive experience on conservation biology and natural resources management. They were actively involved in several biodiversity conservation projects, including the Life Projects for the inventory, identification, evaluation and mapping of the habitat types and flora and fauna species in Greece and Cyprus. In addition, they have participated in several research projects on the conservation of the endemic, rare and threatened plants and animals of Cyprus and Greece.

University staff

Teaching abroad:

Erasmus Program and Frederick University support lecturers going to European Partner Universities for teaching assignment.

The aim of the stay is to strengthen the European dimension at the Host University and to complement its teaching offers.

Each lecturer has a financial support during his stay.

Conditions:

  • Minimum hours: 5 hours
  • Minimum days: 3 days

Required documents:

  • Participation form
  • Teaching Program
  • Addendum
  • Final Report Form

Receiving training abroad:

Teaching and other staff of Frederick University can spend a period of training from one week to maximum 6 weeks in an enterprise, organization and contact seminar or in an International Week of a Partner University.

Conditions:

  • Minimum stay: 5 days
  • Maximum stay: 6 weeks

Required documents:

  • Participation form
  • Work-plan
  • Addendum
  • Final Report Form

Preparatory visits to prospective partners

The main objective of the action is to help higher education institutions (HEI) to establish contacts with prospective partner institutions with a view to establishing:

  • New Inter-institutional agreements (not renewals) relating to student and/or staff mobility;
  • Erasmus Intensive programmes;
  • Erasmus student placements.

The preparatory visit grant may be used to visit:

  • Either one or more prospective partner higher education institutions, which must be holders of en EUC;
  • Or an enterprise or related body where the establishment of a new scheme for Erasmus student placements or a staff mobility scheme involving an enterprise is the focus of the visit.

Preparatory visit grants may also be used to participate in a partner-finding "contact seminar" organised by a National Agency.

In addition, preparatory visit grants may be awarded to staff at other organisations for the purpose of helping them to establish consortia for the organisation of Erasmus student placements.

Who can benefit?

Grants are normally awarded to just one person per visit, but in exceptional cases two staff from the same institution may be awarded a grant to undertake a visit together, provided that their roles in the visit are clearly complementary.

Deadline for declaration of interest: submission of application form directly to the National Agency at least one month prior to departure.

Erasmus Intensive Programme

An Intensive Programme is a short-term program of study which brings students and teachers of HEI, together. The duration of the program can be from 10 continuous full days to 6 weeks of subject related work.

Frederick University is committed in improving the quality and increasing the volume of multilateral cooperation between HEI in Europe by actively participating in Intensive Programs.

In the past two years, the University has been actively involved in several Intensive Programs include the Civil Engineering Department (SUSCON) as a coordinating role and the Departments of Computer Science and Engineering – 2 IPs- (The Security Knowledge in ICT-Advanced Technologies and Secure Web Applications), Business Administration (Building a new business game embracing all entrepreneurship competences) and Applied Arts (The Intercultural Innovation Insight -3EYES) as a partner role.

Last but not least, the Architecture Department of Frederick University has been accepted by the European Union as a Coordinator of an IP program (SUDESCO) that will take place in Limassol, during summer 2013. 

More information can be found:

 

University students

Study in Europe: (presentation)

All the students enrolled in a formal study at Frederick University and they have successfully completed at least the 1st year of their studies, can take part in the Erasmus Program.

They can study abroad in one of our Partner Universities*  in Europe between 3 to 12 months (it depends on the agreement we have with each Partner Institution). This period of study will be fully credited towards their final degree, through the use of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

  • Criteria for Student Mobility
  • Hand Out
  • Erasmus application form
  • ECTS Learning Agreement

Our deadline for Fall Semester/all the year is on the 30th of March, each year.

Our deadline for Spring Semester is on the 10th of October, each year.

Working Abroad:

The Erasmus Placement is designed to promote the activation of internships in enterprises offices or organizations in one of the 33 participating countries  in Europe.

The students have the opportunity to acquire skills and to put their knowledge into practise.

They also acquire a better understanding of the social culture and of the economy of the host country while they enrich their CVs at the same time.

  • Participation Form
  • Training Agreement
  • Find Prospective Employers

Linguistic Preparation (EILC courses):

The ERASMUS Intensive Language Courses (EILC) are specialised courses in the less widely used and less taught languages organised in the countries where these languages are used as teaching languages at higher education institutions.

The EILC give ERASMUS students visiting these countries for studies and placements the opportunity to study the language concerned for 2 to 6 weeks (with a minimum of 60 teaching hours in total, and at least 15 teaching hours a week) with the aim of being prepared for the ERASMUS mobility period abroad.

Apart from the ERASMUS grant, a supplementary mobility grant for participating in EILC may be awarded and paid by the respective sending Higher Education Institution. ERASMUS students may not be charged a study fee for participation in an EILC course. However, fees may be charged for excursions and similar optional events and for other charges that ERASMUS students normally may be asked to pay.

Supported Languages:

Belgium (Dutch), Bulgaria (Bulgarian), Croatia (Croatian), Cyprus (Greek), Czech Republic (Czech), Denmark (Danish), Estonia (Estonian), Finland (Finnish and Swedish), Greece (Greek), Hungary (Hungarian), Iceland (Icelandic), Italy (Italian), Latvia (Latvian), Lithuania (Lithuanian), Malta (Maltese), the Netherlands (Dutch), Norway (Norwegian), Poland (Polish), Portugal (Portuguese), Romania (Romanian), Slovakia (Slovak), Slovenia (Slovenian), Spain (Catalan, Valencian, Basque and Galician), Sweden (Swedish), Switzerland (Italian) and Turkey(Turkish).

There are no course offerings in English, French, German and Spanish.