The Kavala Institute of Technology is a Higher Education Institute (i.e. university-level institute), as defined by Greek law and the general directive 89/48/EEC. As a higher education institute, it has been active in a wide range of EU programmes and has had significant involvement in applied research projects. It has well-equipped and modern buildings and laboratory facilities, maintains an interactive relationships with similar institutes both in Greece and abroad, and offers continuous training to the citizens of Greece.
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The Kavala Institute of Technology was founded in 1976. Its current form is a result of many institutional reforms and changes. Originally, it was established as an Educational Centre for Vocational Studies. In 1983, it was recognised as an Institute of Technology. In 2001 it was upgraded to a Higher Educational Institute and since 2007 it is a university-level institute. The Kavala Institute of Technology is housed in buildings located in St. Loucas, a district of Kavala City. It has over 50 modern and fully equipped laboratories. The Student Residences, which can accommodate up to 450 students, are also situated on the main campus. The institute also has two other campuses, one in the nearby city of Drama and another in Didymoteicho. The institute currently employs 223 permanent staff, 104 of which are academic, 6 are special teaching Staff, 12 are technical staff and 101 are administrative staff. Besides the permanent staff, temporary lecturers are hired each year to cover temporary and exceptional educational needs. There are approximately 12,500 students registered in the institute.
The management (President, Vice Presidents and Registrar), its services (Administrative, Technical, IT) and the Student Club are located on the main campus in St. Loucas. The administrative bodies of the institute are:
• the Senate
• the Academic Council
• the President and Vice Presidents
The responsibilities of these governing bodies are defined in law 1404/83 and Internal Regulation E5/1585/84. The President, Vice Presidents and the Dean of each school are elected by bodies representing the academic staff, the specialist technical staff, the administrative staff, and the students, according to Law 1404/83.
Kavala Institute of Technology
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