In 2007 the College was included by the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture in a plan to transform the village of Lempa (Paphos) into a regional cultural centre. Although there has been no progress in this to date, the plan is still official government policy in Cyprus.
In 2010 the College formed the Cornaro Institute, named after the last Venetian Queen of Cyprus Caterina Cornaro, to take over aspects of the College in Larnaca. This is likely to happen in 2011.
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