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CUT and Thammasat University sign cooperation agreement

The Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) has signed a cooperation agreement with Thammasat University of Thailand as part of its efforts to strengthen its extroversion and internationalisation.

CUT is the first Greek-speaking tertiary education institution with which Thammasat University has entered into a cooperation agreement.

A press release issued by CUT says that the agreement aims to develop closer ties between the two Universities and establish a framework for cooperation in areas of common interest, especially in the field of marketing, through joint research activities, with mutual benefit and development of joint brief/summer or postgraduate programmes.

In particular, the agreement provides for the mobilisation and exchange of students and members of academic and research staff and the development of educational programmes and the co-organisation of scientific lectures and colloquia.

It is noted that the agreement was signed on behalf of CUT by the Rector, Professor Panayiotis Zaphiris and on behalf of Thammasat, the Vice-Rector for International Relations of the University, Associate Professor Surat Teerakapibal.

The academic responsible for the agreement on behalf of CUT is Dr. Yioula Melanthiou, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Marketing.

The signing ceremony of the Agreement took place at the Communication, Promotion and Internationalisation Service of CUT, on Tuesday, 21 November, 2023, the press release concludes.

(Source: CNA)

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