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The Open University of Cyprus welcomes applications for its English Postgraduate Courses
The Open University of Cyprus, a European Public University, dedicated entirely to distance education, is accepting applications for its English Postgraduate Courses.

Applications close on Monday, May 9, 2016.
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Kluge Fellowships - Library of Congress
International Post-doctoral scholars -- up to twelve Kluge Fellowships will be awarded by the Library of Congress.

Deadline July 15, 2016. For more information please visit:

www.loc.gov/loc/kluge/fellowships/kluge.html

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Scholarships to Cypriots residing overseas - University of Cyprus MBA Program
The University of Cyprus MBA Program will offer 6 (six) scholarships to Cypriots residing overseas who will be admitted to the Program in September 2014. Tuition fees are currently 10,250 Euros. The scholarships offered to Cypriot citizens living abroad are:

◾6 50% scholarships up to €5.125
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7th NEMITSAS Prize 2016
The Board of Directors announces that the NEMITSAS Prize 2016 will be awarded in MATHEMATICS.

The Prize will be awarded by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Cyprus at the Presidential Palace around early October 2016. (The precise date will be announced later.)
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Message of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Today we commemorate the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Yom HaShoah. It’s a day of humility and reflection, in memory of the six millions of Jews that perished under Nazi persecution. We stand in awe in front of their courage and suffering, vowing that we will never forget.

We will never forget that humanity had lost its moral bearings and plundered into an abyss of persecution and genocide. That a whole nation was ravaged because of delusional rhetoric and perverted ideology. We will never forget that individual apathy has led to collective suffering, and that human dignity was a victim of intolerance.
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