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MOBILITY OF STUDENTS, RESEARCHERS AND UNIVERSITY EDUCATORS. Dr. Andreas Mallouppas Director of Administration and Finance Cyprus University of Technology . SMALL STATE ENVIRONMENT. “ All your eggs in one basket” “Jacks of all trades and masters of all [none]” Some comparisons:

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mobility of students researchers and university educators

MOBILITY OF STUDENTS, RESEARCHERS AND UNIVERSITY EDUCATORS

Dr. Andreas Mallouppas

Director of Administration and Finance

Cyprus University of Technology

small state environment
SMALL STATE ENVIRONMENT
  • “All your eggs in one basket”
  • “Jacks of all trades and masters of all [none]”

Some comparisons:

DE 200 Unis, UK 140 Unis, NL 16 Unis

MT 1 Uni, CY 6 Unis

Universities in small countries cannot afford to fail!!!

international collaboration 1
INTERNATIONAL . COLLABORATION -(1)

“You do not have to be big to be beautiful”

BUT

“If your small you MUST be beautiful”

Small countries:

  • Limited human and material resources
  • Limited funding and “local” market
  • Limited spectrum of “niche activities”

Need to overcome disadvantages of scale

international collaboration
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

“Which came first the Chicken or the Egg?”

Which comes first international collaboration or a research idea?

They are: “Two sides of the same coin”

  • Need to be successful in both
  • Need efficient administrative infrastructure
  • Need effective Quality Assurance systems (Bologna)
  • Need to establish Benchmarks and Performance Indicators
  • Need to have International Collaboration and Research under one administrative unit
working environment
WORKING ENVIRONMENT
  • Have to establish competitive advantage in selected niche areas and harness to the full the use of e-technology & culture
  • Have to identify the required IT technology
  • Have to identify the required dexterities of the administrative staff involved, particularly in the International Office as well as the Research Office
global environment
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
  • Survive in an Aggressive and Competitive Environment
  • Exploit Opportunities - Avoid Threats
  • Enter partnerships with tangible returns
  • Establish local stakeholder support
  • Promote Private/Public Partnerships
  • Ensure international visibility
mobility
MOBILITY

Need to:

  • reduce barriers to mobility, particularly for researchers
  • attract third country researchers, particularly in niche areas
  • enter large scale established research projects
  • mobility based on research deliverables and/or learning outcomes (benchmarks-ECTS)
conclusions
CONCLUSIONS
  • Cannot cover ALL the range of activities
  • Be selective and in areas where you can excel
  • Need to be much better, in a wider range of activities, than corresponding individuals in bigger countries
  • Essential to react proactively to new situations/policies than follow events