Summer in Cyprus
Curriculum and Faculty
All study abroad
courses are accredited, taught by our host institution's regular faculty in English, and designed on American standards of higher education. Completed coursework earns the student a transcript from our host institution, the University of Nicosia
, which are generally transferable to U.S. colleges and universities.
You can select up to two courses
from any University of Nicosia courses being offered during the semester in which you are enrolled for a total of 6 credit hours.
All applicants should aim to receive course pre-approval from their home institution.
To download a syllabus* and faculty bio for a course in PDF format, please click on a course number. If for any reason a course syllabus file is unavailable online, please contact us to request it.
Please download the course schedule below to view the day and time that each course is offered to ensure that your selected courses do not conflict with each other.
Students can also take COMM-280: Intercultural Communications
. This is a 3-credit, online course
offered by the University of Nicosia
, Cyprus. Students will attend the course online, and the University of Nicosia will issue the transcripts.
Course Syllabi by Subject
Below you will find links to syllabi for courses that have been offered at the University of Nicosia in the past. There is no guarantee that these courses will be offered but the syllabi are available for viewing and downloading, To see which courses will be offered, please see the course schedule for the semester you are interested in.
* NOTE: Summer in Cyprus students wanting to attend the GLS Animal Science, Accounting, and all Health Sciences courses would need to pay the difference to the equivalent GLS program.Teaching Methods
- All courses on the Summer in Cyprus study abroad program are University of Nicosia courses taught by University of Nicosia faculty using University of Nicosia syllabi on the University of Nicosia campus. The University of Nicosia issues the transcript for this study program.
- Students complement their in-class instruction with 6-8 days of in-country travel in Cyprus.
- While the travel portion is a required part of this program and linked to the curriculum, it is not-for-credit.