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The main aim of Eurosuccess Consulting is to inform and support, mainly individuals and enterprises, regarding the exploitation of European and National Funds. Through the utilization of the funding opportunities they succeed the design, development and implementation of their strategic objectives. Also, Eurosuccess Consulting has extensive experience in relation to coordinating and managing European research projects. 

Furthermore, the company is associated with a wide range of partners (research institutions and businesses, Universities, non-profit organizations etc.), from various EU countries and is a member of the: European Forum of Vocational Education and Training (EfVET), International Trade Council, European Prison Education Association (EPEA), European Policy Network on Key Competences in School Education (KeyCoNet Network), Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI), Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation (OEB) and Nicosia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI).


Greece is an IT Consulting company focused on Training, established in 2012, and located in Patras (Greece).

Main objectives of the company is the provision of:

  • quality IT and consulting services in business terms to companies and enterprises in all sectors of economy,
  • training services which address the needs of various target groups,
  • IT services, focusing on web development and creation of online educational platforms,
  • managing and developing of project services, mostly oriented to improve the quality of people, especially people who from socially vulnerable groups.

In addition, the company has a well-established network as it has implemented up to now over 40 European Projects, with the collaboration of over 180 partners, among 24 EU countries. It has implemented hundreds of National Projects and has more than 250 clients in the field of IT and business support. It is also remarkable that has numerous collaborations in projects even beyond Europe. Additionally, it is an active member of EfVET since 2012. is combining training and IT services, by focusing to digital interactive training, through developing and creating online training courses, educational games, gamification tools, web and mobile applications using new and innovative technologies totally respecting WCAG2.0 (accessibility protocols).


Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation


The Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation was established in 1984 and is housed in the old administrative building of the Bank of Cyprus, which was built in 1936 and is situated in the historical center of Nicosia near Phaneromeni Church. Since its establishment in 1984, BOCCF main strategic aims are a) to collect, preserve and disseminate primary sources related to the cultural and natural heritage of Cyprus, with a particular emphasis on the international promotion of the island’s centuries-long Greek civilization and b) to encourage, assist and materialize the research and study of Cypriot civilization in the fields of archaeology, history, art and literature. In keeping with the objectives originally delineated for the Cultural Foundation, BOCCF currently curates two important museums (the Archaeological Museum of George and Nefeli Giabra Pierides and the Museum of the History of Cypriot Coinage) and keeps six Cyprological collections (Coins - Maps - Rare Books & Manuscripts, Engravings, Old Photographs & Watercolours - Contemporary Cypriot Art, the Archaeological Collection and the Ethnographic Collection). The Ethnographic Collection has been accumulated through the years by three generations of the Pierides family in Larnaca. It is an important collection of objects of Cypriot folk art, related to the rural and urban living in Cyprus. It includes weaved and embroidered pieces, traditional costumes, silverware and jewellery, woodcarvings, ceramics, as well as tools and utensils. The Collection was acquired by the Laiki Group in 2006 and since June 2013 it belongs to the Collections of the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation.

One manner by which the BOCCF achieves its objectives for dissemination of its Museums and Collections is the publication of books and folios that pertain to archaeology, history, art, literature and the environment. In addition to this, the BOCCF organizes exhibitions, lectures and scientific conferences devoted to these areas through its well-planned and

efficiently executed yearly program. Moreover, in recent years the BOCCF has expanded its activities overseas, collaborating closely with major organizations and museums, both in Cyprus and abroad. Since its inception, it has held more than 55 exhibitions in Cyprus, in Greece, and in a number of European cities and more than 100 scientific conferences in Cyprus while participating in many others abroad.

BOCCF’s aim is always to bring the primary resources, through the work of the scientists, closer to the wider public in order to achieve the engagement of the audiences and a prosperous dialogue between academia and the people. The Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation (BOCCF) has a twofold objective for 2020: first, to offer an alternative, subversive outlook on the cultural scene, both on national and European level – appealing to large audiences with cultural topics the Foundation has been delving into for the past 35 years. In order to achieve this, the BOCCF will open up to new endeavours, revisiting the concepts “Private” and “Public” with an eye to creating a grey area between the two, allowing to “restore” the BOCCF Collections, by means of various innovative methods and specific actions, to their natural owner, the “Koinon Kyprion” – Common to All Cypriots. Second, the BOCCF will set out to build bridges that are not readily discernible by the wider public, bringing together cultures of different countries (e.g. Cyprus and other contemporary countries) different eras (e.g. antiquity and present day) or different arts, different genres and topics, different sciences – fruitfully redefining the value of parallel presentation but also of comparativeness that unites rather than separates.


Antalya Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu


Antalya Provincial Directorate for National Education is a local public authority and in charge of the planning and coordination of all kinds of educational and training activities from pre-school education to the end of secondary education in Antalya Province including 5 central and 14 provincial districts.19 District National Education Directorate offices, 197 high schools, 103 Vocational High School with different branches, 644 secondary schools, 667 primary schools and 97 kinder gardens are within the

responsibility of the National Directorate of Education of Antalya Province. Antalya Provincial Directorate for National Education proceeds education and teaching with teachers in the direction of modern principals and improvements in education.

There are 1.727 schools 478.514 students and 33.358 teachers and 3.500 staff in all levels of schools related to the Directorate in Antalya. The mission of the directorate is conducting the services of Turkish national education, ensuring the educational institutions run appropriate to the legislations, to supply the needs of them and to inspect them.

The Directorate also plans and implements the curriculum of education every year to apply in the schools. The Ministry of Education is responsible for providing cultural heritage and digital education and since Antalya Provincial Directorate for National Education is a local authority that carries out the tasks supervising the education and it naturally has the responsibility for implementing cultural activities. The Directorate has also a digital commission consisting of 130 teachers. This commission produces digital contents for the Ministry of education and so we have a great capacity to promote and integrate new digital and educational content in schools




The Patrizio Paoletti Foundation is a non-profit organization and a research institute in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, pedagogy and didactics.
Its goal is the promotion of wellbeing and peace by innovating the most powerful means of change, education, through research.



OLYMPION High School was founded in 2003 and has a rich history of providing quality education in a caring environment. It is a private secondary school located in Nicosia, Cyprus, providing outstanding learning opportunities in education. OLYMPION has established a safe and caring community, where learners are encouraged to discover and develop their unique talents and abilities. The school is certified by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth of the Republic of Cyprus and focuses on a strong academic curriculum.

Students at OLYMPION are expected to strive for, and achieve, excellent results, whilst also developing their full potential in all areas. The main goals of the school are, naturally, Academic Excellence, but also holistic personality development, and the cultivation of each student’s individual skills and talents.

As a human-centered school, our focus is on the student and the development of their personality and skills. Their progress is monitored closely by their teachers through the use of cognitive ability tests early on in their educational journey, setting individual targets for them and developing strategies to ensure that each child is approached through using the appropriate tools and methods in order to maximise their learning experience and add value to their education.

As a school, we are passionate about Erasmus projects and believe in providing students with as many opportunities as possible to interact with their peers coming from other countries and to explore the European Union and what it has to offer to them. Along with focusing on learning through innovative programs, we ensure that students develop anthropological ideas and intercultural understanding, as well as the values ​​of freedom, justice, and democracy. School life evolves through mutual respect, mutual understanding, tolerance, and coexistence. The school takes pride in the students’ overall performance as each one of them is a special individual, with certain gifts and talents.

OLYMPION believes that providing a framework of care and support for the students plays a vital role in their development within our multi-cultural student body. The school supports the unique range of social, emotional and personal needs that make every student special, ensuring that each one of them is able to make full use of the learning opportunities within the school.