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The Pascal Limassol Schools in cooperation with the Cyprus Technological University (Tepak) are organising an event entitled ‘Professions of the Future – Innovation’. The event will take place on Saturday, March 23 at 3pm at the premises of Tepak (Amphitheatre 1, Building Tassos Papadopoulos).
The main speakers of the event will be Nicos Zamboglou (medical director of the German Oncology Centre), Polis Hadjiioannou (CEO and chairman of the board of directors of SafeBulkers Inc.), Nicos Constantinou (assistant professor Tepak), Marlen Vaskes (special educational staff Tepak) and Konstantinos Panagiotou (human resource officer).
During the event, the speakers will discuss the professions of the future and the benefits they offer, as well as the ways in which education can help financially enhance the site through innovative programmes, thus increasing the chances of success of young people in the labour market.
Pascal Education is currently the largest primary and secondary private education institution in Cyprus, including the Pascal Limassol Schools, offering each student quality education, flexible curricula and admission to top British and other universities.

The Pascal Limassol Schools in cooperation with the Cyprus Technological University (Tepak) are organising an event entitled ‘Professions of the Future – Innovation’. The event will take place on Saturday, March 23 at 3pm at the premises of Tepak (Amphitheatre 1, Building Tassos Papadopoulos).
The main speakers of the event will be Nicos Zamboglou (medical director of the German Oncology Centre), Polis Hadjiioannou (CEO and chairman of the board of directors of SafeBulkers Inc.), Nicos Constantinou (assistant professor Tepak), Marlen Vaskes (special educational staff Tepak) and Konstantinos Panagiotou (human resource officer).
During the event, the speakers will discuss the professions of the future and the benefits they offer, as well as the ways in which education can help financially enhance the site through innovative programmes, thus increasing the chances of success of young people in the labour market.
Pascal Education is currently the largest primary and secondary private education institution in Cyprus, including the Pascal Limassol Schools, offering each student quality education, flexible curricula and admission to top British and other universities.

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