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Faculty Position in Mathematics at Intercollege in Cyprus

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Originally From: Stavros Pouloukas <>


Program of Mathematics

Department of Computer Science

Intercollege invites applications for full-time faculty for its Nicosia Campus to teach undergraduate courses in Mathematics. The language of instruction is English.

Intercollege is a rapidly growing institution. Candidates must possess a PhD degree in Mathematics (or must ne near completion of their PhD). Successful candidates are expected to conduct independent research. Currently we are seeking applicants for the ranks of Assistant Professor and Associate Professor. Ranking will be according to qualifications and experience.

Interested individuals should apply in writing to the Campus Director at the following addresses not later than June 30th 2002.

Faculty Vacancies for Mathematics
46, Makedonitissis Ave.
P.O. Box 24005
1700 Nicosia

tel: +357 22 841500 fax: +357 22 357481 email:

Applications must include a Curriculum Vitae, a list of publications, copies of representative publications and a one-page summary of rsearch work. Candidates should indicate the earliest date on which they can assume duties in case of appointment.

For more information or questions, interested individuals may contact: Dr Stavros Pouloukas, Mathematics Coordinator, Intercollege. email:

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