Centre Premises and Facilities

Since January 2014, the Language Centre has been housed in the fully renovated building at 5, Demosthenes Mitsis Street in Limassol, the former 3rd Girls’ Primary School, a building of particular archaeological and historical value.

This building consists of two multimedia rooms used for language teaching purposes, a Research and Cooperative and Interactive Learning Learning Centre (ReCILLC), a student waiting room and a number of offices for the teaching and administrative staff.

The Language Centre is fully equipped with the following essential equipment, to enable it to offer modern language teaching:

  • Multimedia dedicated language classrooms equipped with modern technology, for the most current teaching and learning practices.
  • E-learning (Moodle platform)
  • New technologies include: Computers, Internet, classroom management software, interactive boards, audio-visual material, digital cameras and videos, as well as a wide variety of language related software.
  • Usage of web 2.0 technologies such as wikis, blogs, and Facebook.
  • Development of digital language teaching material, based on students’ needs. Instructors and students create their own online resources with the use of multimedia equipment; these are used as a tool to enhance language learning, publish research work and promote collaboration and communication between instructors and students.

Centre Premises and Facilities

Since January 2014, the Language Centre has been housed in the fully renovated building at 5, Demosthenes Mitsis Street in Limassol, the former 3rd Girls’ Primary School, a building of particular archaeological and historical value.

This building consists of two multimedia rooms used for language teaching purposes, a Research and Cooperative and Interactive Learning Learning Centre (ReCILLC), a student waiting room and a number of offices for the teaching and administrative staff.

The Language Centre is fully equipped with the following essential equipment, to enable it to offer modern language teaching:

  • Multimedia dedicated language classrooms equipped with modern technology, for the most current teaching and learning practices.
  • E-learning (Moodle platform)
  • New technologies include: Computers, Internet, classroom management software, interactive boards, audio-visual material, digital cameras and videos, as well as a wide variety of language related software.
  • Usage of web 2.0 technologies such as wikis, blogs, and Facebook.
  • Development of digital language teaching material, based on students’ needs. Instructors and students create their own online resources with the use of multimedia equipment; these are used as a tool to enhance language learning, publish research work and promote collaboration and communication between instructors and students.