My experience in Patra is one of the most beautiful memories I have and I am very grateful that I had the opportunity to participate in the training through Erasmus+. I participated in the 2nd Erasmus Staff Mobility Week in the Library & Information Center of the University of Patras for Librarians. I have met librarians from all over Europe, shared ideas, concerns and solutions with them about various library issues that affect our daily work. This week was sufficient for me to enrich my knowledge and learn about new librarian tools that can assist library users. I am looking forward to participate in a similar training again as it has been very useful in enriching my knowledge in my work area.
I chose to study BSc in Computing at UCLan Cyprus, specialization in Computer Games Development as I look forward to working in this area in the future
“We are living in a demanding world with increased uncertainty. To overcome these obstacles it is only wise to invest in knowledge. Therefore choosing to study at a British University within my own country was the best lifetime investment”.
I chose UCLan Cyprus for its excellent facilities and the friendly environment I found at the University.
After completing my Bachelor’s degree I decided to study for a Masters degree in order to improve my employment prospects. For this reason I chose to study for an MSc in Marketing Management at UCLan Cyprus. The knowledge and the experience I gained during this course lead me to the UK for an internship and now a permanent job at one of the leading Digital Marketing agencies in Liverpool. Looking back, I could not have made a wiser choice than UCLan Cyprus.
I had the opportunity to study a semester at the School of Law of UCLan Cyprus as an ERASMUS student from Riga, Latvia. During my stay I took courses in relation to commercial, shipping and maritime law which is my particular field of interest, and I am highly satisfied with my choice to study here. The University facilities were highly modern and had all the necessary means required for a law student, with the library and databases providing the required materials to conduct advanced legal research. I particularly enjoyed the extracurricular activities such as the Model United Nations, International Court of Justice Moot as well as the guest speakers and seminars that were provided by the School and University. The overall environment at the University was wonderful and very friendly, where it was possible to meet people from all over the world, which made it all even more exciting. After finishing with my studies I had the chance and opportunity assisted by the School of Law to secure a 2 month internship and work experience in a reputable law firm as well as in one of the leading shipping companies on the Island. For more information regarding UCLan Cyprus School Of Law, click here