The Open University of Cyprus is among the 50 founding members of the Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Academic Network – BSEMAN, a relevant press release announced on Monday.
The OUC was represented at the BSEMAN’s conference by Professor Agi Papadopoulos, who pointed out that this initiative will contribute to highlighting the common interests of various universities, promoting good communication and discussing issues of common interest.
The founding conference was held at Salonica’s Aristotelion University on 26th May which came up with the idea for the network.
The fundamental aim of BSEMAN is for participating universities to cooperate on an educational, research and social-economic framework. It provides for an exchange of academic and research staff and students, research and undertaking initiatives on social and economic issues that will have a significant impact on participating countries.