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Study in Cyprus

There are many fields of study that the students may choose for applying in the colleges in Cyprus. But Cyprus is well known for the study of Hotel/ Hospitality and Tourism Management Programs. Most of the colleges in Cyprus offers the diploma and under graduate programs in Hospitality management. And another thing is that, at the present situation, the permit of working (called paid practical training) is only given to the students of hotel and hospitality fields. So, life will be harder for those who intend to come here for the study of other subjects.

Semester system

In Cyprus, there are three semesters in a year in the colleges. Which are described below:  

Fall Semester (Oct -Jan)

Spring Semester (Feb -May)

Summer Semester (June -July)

Most of the colleges offer all the courses in fall and spring semester but only limited courses in the summer semester. Most of the international students enter Cyprus in Fall Semester (October).

 Admission Requirements

The applicant is required to submit the allowing items in order to apply for admission generally.

  • Application form of college with non-refundable application charged by the college.
  • High school records: attested/translated. 
  • English language: TOEFL/ IELTS  (if taken).
  • Bank letter or financial support letter of more that US$ 10,000 per year.
  • Letter of good conduct or Police report.
  • Migration certificate.
  • Passport copies.

Application Deadlines:

Check out the deadlines of individual colleges in our representative.

English Language:

Students who haven't given TOEFL, IELTS, English GCSE (GCE) O' level then he/she should have to sit in the EPT (English Placement Test) taken by the college to finalize his standard of English.


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