Mr Christodoulos Kakoulli – Programme Coordinator
Mr Christodoulos Kakoulli is a holder of a bachelor’s degree in Automotive Engineering from Frederick University in Nicosia in 2010, and an MA in Management from the University of Wolverhampton in 2016. He worked at Global College as the coordinator of Automotive diplomas, where he was also in charge of the Erasmus+ mobility activities for the Automotive students.
Dr. Andreas Loizou
Dr. Andreas Loizou holds an Engineering diploma of the Higher Technical Institute in Cyprus. He has acquired an Automotive Engineering degree from the University of Huddersfield in England in 2006, as well as a Masters in Vehicle Technology and Management from the University of Bradford in England in 2007. In 2012 he completed his PhD from the University of Bradford and returned to Cyprus. He worked in research projects at Frederick University, where he also taught as a guest lecturer. He has published a significant number of articles in scientific journals, some of which were the result of research projects funded by the EU
Mr Christos Ioannou
Mr Christos Ioannou holds a BA (Hons) in International Accounting from the University of Northampton and a Master in Business Administration (Finance) from the University of Leicester. Furthermore, he holds the professional qualifications of Certified Management Accountant, Chartered Manager and Certified Financial Consultant. He is a lecturer in Accountancy at the University of Nicosia and Intercollege Nicosia and furthermore he is a Doctorate (DBA) candidate at the same University.
Ms Maria Charalambous – Christodoulou
Ms Maria Charalambous – Christodoulou is a graduate of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens with a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics and a postgraduate M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics. She worked as a Scientific Associate at the University of Athens and as a Ph.D. Student and a Teaching Assistant at the University of Cyprus. She has more than 12 years of experience as a lecturer in higher education.
Ms Maria Theodorou
Ms Maria Theodorou holds a degree in English Language and Literature from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Wales in Cardiff. She has a 17-year experience as an English teacher in secondary education and a 15-year experience in higher education. Since 2001 she has been working at Intercollege-Nicosia and the last seven years she has been working under as full time faculty for the College.
Mr Marios Agapiou
Mr Marios Agapiou graduated in 2008 with the title of BEng in Motorsports Engineering. Later he moved to Germany for the Master’s degree in the MEng in Automotive Systems, in Hochshulle Esslingen. He returned to Cyprus in 2010 and works as an engineer mechanic and as a teacher in the private sector.
Mr Nikos Georgiades
Mr Nikos Georgiades has studied at the Frederick Institute of Technology where he obtained the Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. He has vast experience in the field of vehicle maintenance, as since 1992 has worked at car dealership workshops, starting from mechanical engineer, and head up to workshop manager.
Mr Panayotis Sakki
Mr Panayotis Sakki has graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a degree in Motorsport Engineering. He graduate in Hochschule Esslingen (Germany) in the programming and development of car systems. In 2010 he joined the Mercedes Benz as a technical diagnostic where he acquired vast knowledge on the subject of diagnosis and repair of automotive systems. In 2012 he was promoted as an advisor to CIC Automasters for the FIAT service, Alfa Romeo and Jeep.
Ms Chrysanthi Papaioannou
Ms Chrysanthi Papaioannou holds a Bachelor degree of Arts in English Language and Literature from the American College of Greece and a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) from the University of Exeter in England. She has 14 years of experience as an English teacher, 5 in private education and 9 years of experience in higher education. She has been working at Intercollege Nicosia since 2006.
Mr Panayiotou John