University of Nicosia - Nicosia, Cyprus
The University of Nicosia provides the academic curriculum, faculty and facilities for this study program. Classes are taught at the University of Nicosia's main campus in Nicosia and students receive a the University of Nicosia transcript upon successful completion of their coursework.
The University of Nicosia is a well-known international institution and the largest university in Cyprus with over 5,000 students (including 1,000 international degree-seeking students) enrolled at three campuses in the three largest cities in Cyprus. The University of Nicosia is accredited at the bachelor's and master's level and has particular strengths in business, international relations, engineering, computer science and some areas of the social sciences. The University of Nicosia has more than 200 faculty, over 80% of which hold the rank of assistant professor or higher.
The University of Nicosia is fully accredited at the bachelor's and master's level and approved at the doctorate level by SEKAP, the Cypriot accreditation board appointed by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Council of Ministries.
All of the classroom buildings in Nicosia were built over the last decade and match modern American facilities in terms of design, comfort and information technology. The University of Nicosia is designed on the American semester model and uses US standards for grading, contact hours and credit hours. All University of Nicosia courses, for local or international students, are taught in English.
The University of Nicosia is designed on the American semester model and uses US standards for grading, contact hours and credit hours. All University of Nicosia courses, for local or international students, are taught in English.
Host City Description
Students are based in Nicosia, the vibrant and modern capital of the Republic of Cyprus, located in the center of the island. Nicosia is a safe and accessible city of about 200,000 that combines a medieval "Old City" filled with rich Greek, Venetian and Ottoman monuments with a thriving, cosmopolitan "New City", attuned to the latest European business and fashion trends.
The standard of living in Nicosia is on par with other prosperous cities in southern European countries and English is widely spoken. Nicosia has a large college community of over ten thousand local and international students and most students blend in and make friends easily.