Cyprus – officially the Republic of Cyprus is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean sea, east of Greece, west of Syria and north of Egypt & south of Turkey. It is a beautiful island in the northeastern basin of the Mediterranean Sea, at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Cyprus has diverse multicultural environments. There are approximately 45000 students of different nationalities studying in Cyprus.

The universities in Cyprus offer quality higher education, and the country has been taking measures to increase research, funding and interest in higher education. Universities in this country offer a wide variety of subjects in which the students can earn diplomas and degree. You will surely find a course related to your favorite subject. The country provides internationally recognized degrees. It offers affordable tuition fees and moderate living expenses. The visa process is also straightforward.

The cuisine and culture of Cyprus are one of the best in all Europe. Cyprus has a high percentage of English speaking population. Just like India, Cyprus too has a rich historical heritage about which you can learn while you study there. You can visit the ancient castles, monuments, archeological sites, and vibrant vineyards. Staying in Cyprus should be the least of your worries. Both on-campus and off-campus accommodations are available.

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List of universities

 

A whole world of opportunities awaits you.

  • University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN)
  • University of Nicosia
  • CTL Euro College
  • Larnaca College
  • Intercollege

Highlights

 
  • Bachelor and Master’s degree in Cyprus is recognized world-wide.
  • The main language of instruction in English.
  • The standard of living in Cyprus is high and yet the living costs are affordable.
  • The country is very safe and the crime rates are extremely low.
  • Credits can be transferred to all other European Union countries as well as US and Canada.
  • Scholarships are provided to all International students that cover up to forty percent of tuition fees.