The University of Nicosia, the largest university on the island with over 14,000 students in six schools, has welcomed BrainRocket on Graduation Week.

BrainRocket, a developing IT company, has met with the Dean of the School of Sciences and Engineering, Dr. George Gregoriou, and the Director of the IT Department, Dr. Dmitry Apraksin, to felicitate the students who graduated from the School of Sciences and Engineering and discuss ways of cooperation between the two parties.

Over the past week of June, various Schools of the university have had the Graduation Ceremonies, strictly adhering to the protocols announced by the Ministry of Health in lieu of the Covid-19 pandemic.The PR director and the PR manager of BrainRocket have arranged for small gifts to be given to all Computer Science graduates. Furthermore, many ideas were discussed during the meeting including future plans for collaboration. This potential effort and expertise of the two can proactively help both innovate and grow in the upcoming future.

Being a part of The Tech Island group, BrainRocket comprehends how essential it is to be engaged in the program of activation business which is rendered by the Cypriot Ministry of Interior in hopes of encouraging education in Cyprus.  

The IT hub BrainRocket is a software development company located in Galactica Tower, Limassol, Cyprus. It currently has over 300 professionals from all over the globe and is looking to recruit interns through an internship program.

Uri Poliavich, the founder of BrainRocket, noted: ''The cooperation with the University of Nicosia enables BrainRocket to pursue the goal of supporting the education and advancement of IT in Cyprus.''

Dean Gregoriou noted that “Collaboration with industry partners is of mutual benefit and is both desired and necessary - a very important element for success”.