Cyprus is progressively popular among international students on account of its well-regarded instruction framework, sensible education costs and all year daylight.
- Cyprus is an English talking nation in Europe.
- It is likewise a major vacationer goal, subsequently gives the guests a protected and inviting condition.
- Tuition charges and everyday costs are exceptionally less when contrasted with other European countries.
- Students can easily earn 500-600 Euros per month in a part time job.
- Cyprus is a piece of the European Union (EU).
- There are incredible career alternatives for those completing a course in Hotel Management, Travel and Tourism, etc as they have a chance of getting job in other European countries (EU).
- Normally there is no IELTS requirement.
- Students with normal scores can get a chance to think about in the best universities there.
An affordable and accessible path to success
Cyprus spends over 7% of its GDP on training, the third-most astounding offer in the European Union after Denmark and Sweden.
The most well known claims to fame offered by colleges in Cyprus are Hospitality, Business and Tourism, in spite of the fact that the rundown of every single accessible program is in no way, shape or form restricted to these ones. Despite the fact that Cyprus is an individual from the EU and the Bologna framework, most schools and universities depend on the American arrangement of training, which offers understudies the chance to pick their scholastic burden and shift their course.
The cost of living in Cyprus is inconceivably sensible. Unless you’re heading to fine dining and scuba diving lessons on the regular — which you totally can do in Cyprus! — You’ll spend a lot less than you would have spent studying in a major European city.
It’s anything but difficult to eat economically, taxis charge decently, and once you begin becoming more acquainted with local people you’ll scarcely pay a dime for the nightlife.
The higher education sector houses a mix of public and private institutions as well as a number of private tertiary-level colleges. Universities offer both undergraduate and Master’s Programs.
Bachelor’s courses are taught at both public and private institutions, and typically take four years to complete. Available programs cover a range of subjects including humanities, science, engineering and technology, business, mathematics, medicine, law and social science.
Courses usually take one or two years to complete, and can be studied both full and part time. The academic year is split into two semesters and runs from September to May in public universities. Mid-term exams are taken in October and March, with final exams taken at the end of each semester.
The structure of the academic year
In most colleges classes start in February or the beginning of October. However, foreigners should register two-three weeks in advance. Institutions also receive rolling admissions for the next start date. There are no pass-fail exams.
Education costs are controlled by the individual organizations. Degree expenses shift contingent upon what and where you ponder. As a general guide, Masters Students ought to hope to pay somewhere in the range of €4,000 and €6,000 every year in education costs.
Colleges, for example, the University of Cyprus, sponsorship remote postgraduate understudies through Assistant-ships. This includes assisting with educating, reviewing and lab supervision.
- What is the University Degree Program that I can apply for?
There are more than 25 Bachelor and Master Certificate projects to look over. Projects spread a scope of subjects including Humanities, Arts, Science, Technology, Business, law and sociology.
- What is the Application Process?
The application procedure for you is straightforward and simple. Just precisely fill the application structure and your part is finished. The rest is up to Ambition Overseas – we do the diligent work.
- What documents and requirements do I need?
These are the requirements mostly asked for the admission:
- SSC / HSC or Bachelor relevant academic documents
- Passport size Photograph
- Course of Study/Department of Choice
- What is the local currency?
Turkish Lira is the local currency but £ sterling is commonly used along with US Dollars. Lira is relatively stable against the £.
- When do I pay the tuition fees?
You pay your first year tuition fees (university and embassy regulations) after we have sent your admission letter to you.
- How do I pay my tuition fees?
Students can pay their tuition and fees by Credit card or Bank transfer.
- How do I contact an Ambition Overseas?
Contact us – +91-9998976259 or +91-9998976256.