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Study Abroad in Cyprus

  Nicosia, Cyprus

Cyprus hosts the financial infrastructure for thousands of multinational companies due to its stable and modern legal and tax environment, highly educated workforce, and excellent quality of life. On the tourism side, Cyprus has over 1,000 hotels and resorts and one of the most developed tourism infrastructures per-capita in the world. Cyprus is also a global maritime hub. It is the 2nd largest ship management centre in the world, responsible for maintaining and operating a large percentage of the world’s fleets. It also has the 3rd largest merchant fleet in the EU.
Diploma in Hospitality Management (2 Years)
Bachelor in Computer Science (4 Years)
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (5 Years)
Bachelor of Medicine (6 Years)
Master in Human Resource Management  & Corporate Strategy (14 Months)
2)     Contact us for more options on programs based On Campus or by Distance Learning method
Candidates for a Diploma or Bachelor’s degree program should submit: 
Full completed application Form
A valid at least 2 years passport copy
A school leaving certificate from a recognized secondary school
Non-native speakers of English must also provide proof of English language proficiency (Placement test also available) 
Candidates for a Master’s degree program should submit: 
Full completed Application Form
A valid at least 2 years passport copy
A school leaving certificate from a recognized secondary school
Copy of Bachelor’s Degree from recognized university
Copy of transcript/Grade report/Mark sheet translated in English
Good knowledge of the English language is required for all programmes (IELTS 6,5 or TOEFL 550 – Placement test also available). Students whose level of English is not of the required level will required to take preparatory English classes.
Cirriculum Vitae (CV)
Personal Statement (300 words)
2 Recommendation Letter (school, college, work experience)

  Our programs

Diploma in Hospitality Management

Program at a glance: 
• Duration:  2 years (in English)
• Location: Nicosia 
Cost: € 3900 ( $ 4,500) per year   
Program Overview: 
The technical expertise and specialized knowledge offered in the course Diploma in Hospitality Management, develops motivated graduates who are successfully placed in key positions in Cyprus and abroad. Some examples include the Head Barman; a Hotel Supervisor; a Tour Coordinator; a Front Office Supervisor; and a Restaurant Supervisor. Also, some of our graduates have continued their studies to pursue a bachelor degree in relevant fields in Cyprus.
Program Structure:
The year is divided into 3 semesters. There are 4 modules on each semester and one each summer:  
1st Year
Intro. to Hospitality Operations
Fund. Conc. of Info. & Comp. Tech
French Language & Culture I
Professional English I
Food & Beverage Operations
Food Prod. & Service Ops. I
Professional English II
2nd Year
Food Prod. & Service Ops. II
Bar Operations
Restaurant Operations I
Front Office Operations
Restaurant Operations II
Housekeeping & Maintenance Operations
Hotel Information Systems
Internship (summer)
Price: 4,500 $  Apply Now

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (or BSc)

Program at a glance: 
Duration: 4 years (in English)
Location: Nicosia 
Cost: € 9,120 ( $ 10,500) per year
Profile of the program:
1.     Provide students with advanced theoretical and practical computer science knowledge and skills, enabling them to work for the IT environment of the commercial, industrial and governmental sectors
2.     Enable students to develop their personal and professional prospects, keeping in pace with the rapid progress of the technology in computer science
3.     Prepare the students to pursue further postgraduate education and research.
4.     Provide a strong sense of social commitment, global vision and independent self-learning ability
1.     To enhance students’ critical thinking and to develop their basic analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
2.     To introduce the field of computer science, and principles of computers, computation and programming.
3.     To acquaint students to major commercial computer application packages.
4.     To introduce students to programming concepts and methodologies for program design, development, testing and documentation.
5.     To introduce techniques for systematic problem analysis, program specification, design, coding, testing, debugging and documentation of programs.
6.     To acquaint students with current popular programming languages and operating systems.
7.     To introduce computer software engineering, database systems, networking, Computer security and Internet.
Career Prospects
On successful completion of the program graduates will be able to get a job in a variety of sectors, both in private and public organizations, such as the:
·     Information technology sector
·     Professional services (customized application development, web-based applications, network system administration and maintenance)
·     Educational sector
·     Research laboratories
Access to Further Studies
·     Upon graduation, students may have direct access to further postgraduate studies (Master’s programmes).
Academic Path:
Major Requirements:
Programming Principles
Software Development Lab
Systems Analysis and Design
Data Structures
Object-Oriented Programming
Database Management Systems
Theory of Computation
Computer Organization and Architecture
Operating Systems
Networks and Data Communication
Software Engineering
Artificial Intelligence
Parallel and Distributed Computing
Computer Security
Final Year Project
Digital Systems
Major Electives:
Visual Programming
Assembly Language Programming
Human Computer Interaction
Mobile Computing Application Development
Data Mining
Computer Graphics
Data Privacy
Machine Learning
Defensive Programming
Game Programming
Blockchain Programming
Special Topics in Computer Science
Advanced Databases
Artificial Intelligence II
Neural Networks
Virtual Reality Game Development
Internet Programming
Systems Programming
Compiler Design
Network Security
Ethical Hacking
Advanced Computer Architecture
Network Protocols
Internet Technologies
Cloud Computing
Internet of Things and Wearable Technologies
Practice and Experience in Computer Science
Math, Science and Engineering Electives:
Elements of Biology
Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
Electric Circuits
Discrete Mathematics
Elementary Number Theory
Probability and Statistics
Linear Algebra
Ordinary Differential Equations
Numerical Analysis
Elements of Physics
General Physics
Business Electives:
Organizational Behavior
Fundamental Economics
Introduction to Management
Management of Innovation and Technology
Knowledge Management
Project Management
Database Applications Development
Information Systems Concepts
Management of Information Systems
Supply Chain Management
Language Expression Electives:
Business Communications
Technical Writing and Research
College English
Business and Professional Communication
Basic Writing
English Composition
Liberal Arts Electives:
Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Visual Arts
Western World Literature and Composition
Modern European History and Politics
French Language and Culture
German Language and Culture
World History to 1500
Modern Cypriot History and Politics
The US and World History Since 1945
Italian Language and Culture
Introduction to Philosophy
General Psychology
Social Psychology
Russian Language and Culture
Principles of Sociology
University Experience
Price: 10,500 $  Apply Now

MSc in Human Resource Management

Program at a glance: 
Duration: 14 months  (in English)
Location: Nicosia 
Cost: € 7,700  ($ 8,250) 
Course objectives:
The primary objective of the MSc in Human Resource Management & Corporate Strategy is to provide the knowledge and technical skills needed for the effective management of human resources in connection to strategic decision making in an organisational setting. Knowledge and competences lie in the minds of people of an organisation, thus creating and maintaining sustainable competitive advantage has to connect recruiting developing and managing people for effective implementation of strategy. Through an in-depth understanding of the latest human resource theories and best practices, students will be able to challenge and inform managerial strategic decision making and extend their knowledge across different global contexts in modern knowledge economies.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has acknowledged that the Master in Human Resource Management & Corporate Strategy fully aligns with SHRM’s HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. 
- Increase understanding of aspects of human resource management and critically evaluate the role HRM can play in achieving a competitive advantage in a dynamic, global environment
- Develop strategic skills and thinking in order to become an organisational change agent, while at the same time learn to effectively manage day-to-day operational needs
- Learn to manage and retain talent across borders, continents and cultures
- Gain a deep insight into organisational business priorities and appreciate how HRM can contribute to broader corporate strategic objectives.
Learning Outcomes:
- Acquire the technical skills required in human resource management
- Identify the importance of motivation in terms of knowledge and practice as well as maintain talented employees
- Increase your ability to use data and apply analytical strategic skills in solving HRM problems and in making competitive strategic decisions
- Develop an ability to organise people and exercise leadership in culturally diverse environments
- Learn to exercise ethical judgement and design corporate strategic decision making
- Acquire the strategic knowledge to manage effectively an organisation’s human resources in a competitive manner.
The programme is made up of 6 subjects, 4 of which are compulsory and 2 optional:
Compulsory Subjects:
1. Strategic Management
2. Managing Human Resources
3. Organisational Behaviour
4. Research Methods
5. Strategic Human Resource Management
Optional Subjects (Choose 1):
6. International Human Resource Management
7. Employment Law
8. Ethics & Social Responsibility
Note: Optional subjects offered are subject to availability of lecturers and to student demand. For a subject to run, there should be a minimum of five students enrolled on it.
Price: 8,250 $  Apply Now

Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS, 5 Years)

Program at a glance: 
Duration: 5 years (in English)
Location: Nicosia 
Cost: € 19000 ( $ 21,650 ) per year
·     Special Entry requirement: Passed Biology PLUS one more subject either in Mathematics, Chemistry or Physics
Program overview:
The School of Medicine offers a five-year Dentistry program, leading to the Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS). Teaching is conducted in English, with a minimum workload of 5,000 hours of theoretical and practical training, equivalent to 300 ECTS. The Dentistry program integrates the acquisition of a strong science foundation with hands-on clinical skills.
We emphasize on clinical exposure and our privately owned dental clinic will give you the opportunity for patient interaction and clinical training. Our graduates will be able to function anywhere within the EU and other international health care standards.
The Dental Surgery program is based on the existing programs of European and North American dental schools with particular consideration on the “2009 Update of the Profile and Competences for the Graduating European Dentist”, which was approved by the Association of Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) on 28.08.2009. The curriculum and training will provide graduates with a recognised qualification necessary for the practice of Dentistry as a general dental practitioner according to the EU-Directives 2005/36 and amendment 2013/55/EU.
Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, the graduating dentist must have the following knowledge:
·     The importance of his/her own health in relation to occupational hazards and its impact on the ability to practice as a dentist.
·     The management of a dental practice by planning, organising and leading the practice team.
·     The judicial, legislative and administrative processes and policy that impact all aspects of dentistry.
·     The ethical principles relevant to dentistry. 
·     The fact that dentists should strive to provide the highest possible quality of patient care in variety of circumstances. 
·     The socio-economic inequities and inequalities in oral health. 
·     Behavioural(including factors such as ethnicity and gender) that facilitate the delivery of dental care. 
·     The role and the stages of the intellectual, social emotional and language development of children and adolescence. 
·     The scientific principles of sterilisation, disinfection and antisepsis, and cross-infection control.
·     The hazards of ionising radiations and their effects on biological tissues, together with the regulations relating to their use, including leading the team on radiation protection measures.
·     The scientific basis of dentistry, including the relevant biomedical sciences, the mechanisms of knowledge acquisition, scientific method and evaluation of evidence.
·     The biological processes in the body to a sufficient depth to be able to exploit new emerging biological technologies in clinical practice, especially in regenerative medicine.
·     The cellular and molecular basis of life including both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.
·     The biomedical sciences in the normal healthy individual at a depth relevant to dentistry.
·     Disease processes such as infection, inflammation, disorders of the immune system, degeneration, neoplasia, metabolic disturbances and genetic disorders. 
·     Pathological features and dental relevance of common disorders of the major organ systems, and have knowledge of the oral manifestations of systemic disease. 
·     The aetiology and pathological processes of oral diseases to facilitate their prevention, diagnosis and management.
·     Pharmacology and therapeutics relevant to clinical dental practice and its application thereto, and be familiar with pharmacology in general medicine.
·     The science of dental biomaterials and their limitations and be aware of environmental issues relevant to their use.
·     The ability to apply this knowledge and understanding of basic biological, medical and clinical sciences to every day real life and clinical situations.
·     Other methods of medical imaging of relevance to dentistry. 
·     Of appropriate clinical laboratory and other diagnostic procedures and tests, and an understanding of their diagnostic reliability and validity and the interpretation of the results. 
·     Recognising signs of patient abuse and neglect and knowing how to report as required to the appropriate legal authorities. 
·     The principles that underlie dental radiographic techniques. 
Program outline:
The Structure and Function of the Human Body
Biological Processes of Human Health and Disease
Behavioral and Communication Skills
Dental Ethics
The Structure & Function of the Orofacial Complex
Biological Basis of the Oral Function
Biomaterials and Technology in Dentistry
Pharmacological Basis
Public Health and Community Care
General Medicine in Dentistry
Mechanisms of Disease in the Orofacial Complex
Community and Preventive Dentistry
Foundations of Nutrition
Diagnosis in Dentistry and Introduction in Treatment Planning in Dentistry
Basic Clinical Skills I
Digital Dentistry and Digital Planning
Basic Clinical Skills II
Basic Immunology
Clinic of Comprehensive Adult Patient Care I
Clinic of Comprehensive Pediatric Patient Care I
Critical Appraisal of the Literature I
Elective Course
Clinic of Comprehensive Adult Patient Care II
Clinic of Comprehensive Pediatric Patient Care II
Critical Appraisal of the Literature II
Elective Course
Clinic of Comprehensive Adult Patient Care III
Clinic of Comprehensive Pediatric Patient Care III
Esthetic Dentistry
Integrated Clinical Seminar I
Geriatric Dentistry
Clinic of Comprehensive Adult Patient Care IV
Clinic of Comprehensive Pediatric Patient Care IV
External Rotations
Integrated Clinical Seminar II
Elective Courses
Introduction to Craniomandibular Disorders
Occupational Risks in Dentistry
Legal and Forensic Dentistry
Dental Marketing, Management Skills and Group Management
Dental Office Administration
Price: 21,650 $  Apply Now

Doctor of Medicine (MD, 6 Years)

Program at a glance: 
Duration: 6 years (in English)
• Location: Nicosia 
Cost: € 19,000 ( $21,650 ) per year
·     Special Entry requirement: Passed Biology PLUS one more subject either in Mathematics, Chemistry or Physics
Program overview:
Students are taught and trained in Cyprus. Teaching is conducted in English, with a minimum work load of 360 ECTS of the education and training required to complete the Doctor of Medicine Degree over six years. No ‘premedical’ coursework is required as the program of study provides an all-inclusive, full basic sciences thematic unit. The early exposure of students to clinical experiences emphasizes the importance of the basic sciences to its clinical application and serves to stimulate students’ interests in medicine. Graduates of the School of Medicine can exercise their profession in any country of the European Union and other international health care systems.
Program outline:
Medical Biochemistry I
Cellular & Molecular Biology
Physics for Biomedical Sciences
Introduction to Epidemiology
Anatomy I
Histology - Embryology I
Physiology I
Medical Biochemistry II
Introduction to Genetics
Clinical Practicum I
Anatomy II
Histology - Embryology II
Physiology II
Human Nutrition & Metabolism
Family Medicine & Public Health
Medical Psychology
Basic Immunology & Microbiology
Introduction to Clinical Skills
Major Elective*
Pathophysiology I
Pathology I
Pharmacology I
Semiology I
General Surgery
Pathophysiology II
Medical Microbiology
Pathology II
Pharmacology II
Semiology II
Clinical Training I (Respiratory and Cardiovascular System)
Clinical Training II (Digestive System and Hematology)
Diagnosis By Imaging
Clinical Training III (Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology)
Clinical Training IV (Endocrine System, Uro-Nephrological System and Male Genital Tract)
Clinical Training V (Musculoskeletal System)
Clinical Training VI (Nervous System and Psychiatry)
Clinical Bioethics and Legal Medicine
Clinical Training VII (Pediatrics)
Clinical Training VIII (Dermatology)
Medical Therapeutics
Professional Traineeship I [Clinical Training IX (Obstetrics and Gynecology)]
Professional Traineeship II [Clinical Training X (Ophthalmology)]
Primary Care
Symptoms and Interpretation of Complementary Examination Procedures
Free Elective
Professional Traineeship III [Clinical Training XI (Otorhinolaryngology)]
Professional Traineeship IV [Clinical Training XII (ER, Toxicology, Oncology and Palliative Care)]
Major Elective*
Free Elective
* Major Electives can be selected from the following courses:
·     Medical Humanities and History
·     Genomics
·     Systems Biology
·     Healthcare Management
·     Clinical Embryology
·     Rehabilitation Medicine
·     Research Methodology and Scientific Writing
·     Maxillofacial surgery
·     Interventional Radiology
Price: 21,650 $  Apply Now

Housing & Student Life

On Campus:
Housing Division of colleges and universities are committed to creating a safe and well-maintained environment that promotes community values and fosters security, student comfort and development. Some universities manage modern buildings located minutes from the University to meet the increasing housing needs of students. The Housing Facilities offer superior living conditions and they have been designed to ensure privacy, comfort and independence to residents. The buildings consist of studio, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments.
Private accommodation:
In some cases colleges give the option of a safe and comfortable place to study. Ask for more information.

Travel Documents

Visa Requirements for EU and Non-EU Students
Residence Card for EU students:
a) Passport or ID. Please note that EU citizens may travel freely to Cyprus but are required to submit an Application for Issue of Residence Permit to the Migration Department within four (4) months of their date of entry into the Republic of Cyprus. The Office of Admissions will assist with this procedure.
b) EU students are obliged by the Migration Department regulations to have health insurance coverage or alternatively the EU Hospitalisation Card.
Entry Permit for Non-EU Students:  
All international students who apply to study in Cyprus require a visa to enter the country. Students wishing to apply in Cyprus should send the following documents to the International Students’ Office by post, fax or email, in order to be submitted to the Migration Authorities for evaluation (originals are not required but attested copies): 
Documents needed for applying to obtain a visa:
1.     Attested copy of Passport (minimum validity for two years). Pakistani and Egyptian applicants’ passports do not need attestation.
2.     Attested copies of Secondary and Senior Secondary High-School Certificates and Official Transcripts for Diploma and Bachelor Programs. Students who are applying for a Master degree must also submit an attested copy of their Bachelors Degree and Transcripts.
3.     Students are required to have the aforementioned documents attested by the appropriate/relevant authorities in their home country. The attestation process differs between countries who have signed the Hague Convention of 1961 (Apostille) and those who have not. Please contact an Admissions Counsellor for instructions on how to attest documents in your country.
4.     Attested documents must be in English. In cases where a translation is necessary, this must be done by an approved translator and attested by the relevant authorities in the applicant’s country.
5.     A recent Non-Criminal Record Certificate (in English) issued by the local police or Ministry of Home Affairs (for Indian nationals this must be issued by the Passport Office), stating that the applicant has no criminal record. The Certificate must not be issued more than four (4) months before the application deadline. In case there is validity or expiry date written on it, then the Certificate should be valid until the date the classes commence.
6.     Attested Bank Letter (in English) clearly certifying that the student’s sponsor has sufficient funds to cover the student’s expenses and studies in Cyprus (amount of minimum 7000€). The Bank Letter should be issued on the student’s or father’s / mother’s name, no more than a month before application deadline. The sponsor can only be the father or mother of the applicant. If neither the Passport nor the Police Character Letter state the relationship between the student and the sponsor, then a Certificate of Relationship issued by the Police or other official authorities stating the relationship between the student and sponsor must accompany the bank letter.
7.     Attested Bank Statement showing that the student’s sponsor maintains a balance of at least 7000€. This statement must be issued no earlier than one month prior to the application deadline.
8.     All non-EU students are obliged by Migration Department regulations to have health insurance coverage. This medical insurance must be renewed with each annual registration.
9.     Health Certificate (in English): Medical Examination report issued no more than 4 months before the application deadline which proves that the student is free from HIV, Hepatitis B & C, Syphilis and Tuberculosis:
·     a. Blood analysis test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C
·     b. Chest X-Ray for tuberculosis
·     NOTES:
1.     Application fee differs from each academic institute, and  application forms will not be processed without this non-refundable fee.
2.     Tuition fees differ from each college/ University. Contact us for more information.
3.     Transfer of 3000 euros to the college bank account with the application submission. A copy of the transfer statement and a receipt from the college will be submitted to the migration along with the application. No visas will be issued without transfer statement and receipt.
Tuition fees are payable in advance PRIOR to your arrival in Cyprus to enable us file an application for a VISA. Fees cannot be refunded after the issue of the VISA or your arrival in Cyprus. Upon arrival in Cyprus you should have with you a minimum of Euro 3,500.

Fees & Deadlines

Document preparation and consulting fee:  $ 150
Diploma in Hospitality Management (2 years) – 3900 Euros per year (with possibility to transfer into a Bachelor degree).
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (4 Years) – 9120 Euros per year
Doctor of Medicine (MD, 6 Years) – 19000 Euros per year
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS, 5 Years) -19000 Euros per year
Master of Science in Human Resource Management & Corporate Strategy (14 months) - 7700 Euros
1)     Application fee and Visa expenses are paid extra
2)     All programs start in September 2019
3)     Deadline for new applications 31st of May 2019
4)     No scholarships available to BDS and MD degrees
5)     Contact us for more options on Cypriot Foundation/Bachelor/Master programs based On Campus or by Distance Learning method

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