Study In Cyprus


Introduction: Cyprus is a Mediterranean island nation located in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the third largest island in the Mediterranean and is strategically located near the major shipping lanes of the eastern Mediterranean. Cyprus is a member of the European Union and the Eurozone, and its economy is based on tourism, shipping, and financial services.

Geography: Cyprus has a diverse landscape that includes rugged mountains, rolling hills, fertile valleys, and pristine beaches. The island is divided into two parts, the Greek Cypriot South and the Turkish Cypriot North, separated by a UN-patrolled buffer zone. The island's climate is mild and temperate, with hot summers and mild winters, making it an ideal destination for tourists.

Culture and Economy: Cyprus is a melting pot of cultures, with a rich history that includes Greek, Roman, Ottoman, and British influences. The island's economy is driven by the tourism industry, with millions of visitors coming each year to enjoy its sunny beaches, historic sites, and vibrant nightlife. Cyprus is also home to a growing financial services sector, with many international banks and insurance companies having a presence on the island.

History and Political Structure: Cyprus has a long and complex history, with periods of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman rule. The island gained independence from Britain in 1960, but the division between the Greek Cypriot South and the Turkish Cypriot North has been a source of tension and conflict. Today, the island operates as a federal republic, with the president serving as the head of state and the prime minister as the head of government.

Why Study Abroad in Cyprus?
Studying in Cyprus you will receive a high quality international education at an affordable cost. You will make friends from all over the world at whichever of the Cyprian universities you choose to attend. As Cyprus is located at the crossroad of Africa, Asia and Europe it has experienced many different cultures through time. Be prepared for a diverse explosion of culture as you enter this beautiful Mediterranean island.

 Cyprian Educational System
Pre-Primary education in Cyprus is available for children over the age of 3, it lasts for one year and is compulsory before entering primary school. Primary school then lasts for 6 years.

At the age of 12, Cypriots enter Secondary General Education which gives a broad interdisciplinary education with a variety of extracurricular activities. This includes Gymnasio (lower secondary education) and Lykeio (upper secondary education) and lasts for six years. Insted of the three years of Lykeio students may attend Secondary Technical and Vocational Education which will provide them whith the knowledge and skills needed to go directly into the working life or proceed to further studies.

Higher Education in Cyprus
Higher education in Cyprus is provided in both public and private institutions and the system is under constant development. The Department of Higher Tertiary Education (DAAE) in Cyprus has has taken big measures to increase funding, research and interest for higher education, three state universities has been opened. The DAAE also established a Council of Educational Evaluation-Accreditation which aims to keep a constant level of education in Cyprus and make sure that infrastructure and equipment live up to these standards. Since Cyprus became a member of the EU in 2004 the role of higher education in the country has grown even bigger and the Open University of Cyprus has opened its doors.

As English is the language of instruction in many programs of higher education in Cyprus many abroad students find their education here. In 2005-06 many foreign students came from Europe, India, Bangladesh and China.

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