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EMU International Summer School Opening Ceremony
Published Date: Tuesday, 14 July 2015
Organised by Eastern Mediterranean University, Vice Rector's Office for Promotion, the International Summer School is hosting hundreds of students from different countries of the world.
The official opening of EMU's International Summer School took place at EMU Beach Club at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, 9 July 2015. Within the framework of the summer school, participants will be offered courses for a period ranging between two weeks and two months, depending on the students' choices.
Offering short-term academic programs to hundreds of students over 12, EMU International Summer School has been providing both study and entertainment opportunities to the participants during the summer period.
Representatives of the Turkish Airlines TRNC and North Cyprus Turkcell also attended the ceremony. Coordinator for EMU International Summer School and Short Term Internship Programs Ulaş Gökçe delivered a speech and stated the importance of the International Summer School for EMU's, Famagusta's and the TRNC's promotion. Highlighting the large number of students hosted by the International Summer School, Gökçe extended his appreciation and gratitutde to the Turkish Airlines and North Cyprus Turkcell for their contributions and support.
In his address, North Cyprus Turkcell Deputy General Director Ayhan expressed their happiness in collaborating with EMU as the best institution of higher education within the country. Director of the Turkish Airlines Uzun stated that they will continue to support the tourism and education within the island with their services. EMU Rector Prof. Dr. Osam thanked the representatives of the Turkish Airilines and North Cyprus Turkcell for their contributions and expressed his hope that the guest students leave the island with good memories at the end of their summer courses.
The opening ceremony also hosted the musical performance of EMU Education Faculty, Fine Arts Education Department, Music Teaching Program students as well as folk dancing shows of different student groups.