The ERASMUS programme is designed to support the unification of higher education in Europe and promote transparency and compatibility in Higher Education Institutions throughout the region..
In January 2014, the European Commission introduced the new Erasmus+ programme. The new European Programme for Education Training, Youth and Sports will run from 2014 – 2020, and will replace the current Erasmus Programme. The programme aims to boost skills and employability and modernize education, training, and youth employment.
The Cyprus International Institute of Management participates in the Erasmus programme under the European Charter Number CY-ERA-2013-21 (CIIM) – 223503.
The Cyprus International Institute of Management has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education under the new Erasmus+ Programme for the years 2014-2020.
Institutional Erasmus Code: CY NICOSIA12
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Number: 223503-EPP-1-2014-1-CY-EPPKA3-ECHE
Erasmus activities at CIIM
- Student Mobility (Study and/or Traineeship)
CIIM students can go to any of our partner European Universities for a study period or for an internship period at a company of their choice (Outgoing students) while students from other partner institutions can study at CIIM (Incoming students).
- Faculty Mobility
Members of the academic staff of CIIM have the chance to teach and/or conduct research at other partner European institutions, while CIIM enriches the diversity of its teaching staff by hosting visiting academicians from other European schools.
- Staff Mobility
Non-academic administrative staff members visit and learn the methods and practices of their peers in other institutions and vice-versa.
Erasmus aims to
- Improve the quality in education
- Strengthen the European dimension in education
- Encourage international cooperation between Higher Education institutions
Erasmus is an initiative under The Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission for Education & Training. The European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme enables people at all stages of their lives to take part in stimulating learning experiences, as well as helping to develop the education and training sector across Europe. The Erasmus programme in each country is coordinated by a national agency and in Cyprus it is run by the Foundation for the management of European Lifelong Learning Programmes. Higher Education in Cyprus is provided by public and private institutions and it is regulated by the Department of Cyprus Higher Education, of the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture.