Gisma Leadership Announcement

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Fotis Papageorgiou has been appointed as the Interim President of Gisma University of Applied Sciences. In his new role, Prof. Dr. Papageorgiou will lead our academic team with a forward-thinking and innovative approach, leveraging his extensive experience in university leadership.

The outstanding qualifications of Prof. Dr. Papageorgiou and his demonstrated commitment to the well-being of students are significant assets for Gisma. During this transitional period, he will play a crucial role in further developing the quality of our academic programmes, thereby enhancing the reputation of the university.

Prof. Dr. Papageorgiou warmly invites Gisma students to actively participate in teaching, fostering an environment where student engagement is valued and encouraged. This collaboration will undoubtedly contribute to promoting the academic excellence of Gisma and creating an inspiring learning environment.

We look forward to a successful collaboration and are confident that under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Fotis Papageorgiou, Gisma University of Applied Sciences will continue to advance its mission of providing excellent higher education.

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