Research at the American College
The American College aims at excellence in research and is fully committed to developing and promoting research activity. Research, both pure and applied, being an essential academic activity is an integral part of the American College’s mission. Research and advancement of knowledge as intellectual activities, are an integral part of our educational environment that fosters innovation and enthusiasm for excellence. Research at the American College is concentrated in the areas of Humanities and Social Sciences, Pure and Applied Sciences, Economics and Management.
The Faculty at the American College aims at publishing papers in International Academic Journals and at submitting and presenting papers at International Conferences. The development of the research skills of the Department’s team is not only one of the main goals of the team members but this effort is also financially and ethically supported by the Administration of the American College. Contacts with other research institutions and organisations for research collaboration and for research support play a vital role in the development of the researchers and of the Research Department as a whole.
The Research Department of the American College targets at continuous development, at enriching its research activities and at strengthening the cohesiveness and the collaboration among its members.
Since 2002, the College has also been publishing the interdisciplinary academic journal, The Cyprus Journal of Sciences. The Journal is a refereed publication with an international character and a broad perspective. It covers a wide spectrum of areas of interest and publishes empirical, theoretical and methodological articles as well as book reviews.