Study in CYPRUS

Study in CYPRUS

Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean with an area of 9.251 sq. Kilometres.

The capital of the island is Nicosia with a population of 336.00 in the sector controlled by the Cyprus government.  



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Study in CYPRUS

The second largest town is Limassol on the south coast, with a population of around 241.300. After 1974 it has become the island’s chief port, an industrial centre and an important tourist resort.

Larnaca, in the south-coast of the island, has a population of 146.300 and is the country’s second commercial port and an important tourist resort. To the north of the town one can find the country’s oil refinery while to the south, the Larnaca International Airport.

Cyprus has a Mediterranean climate with the typical seasonal rhythm strongly marked in respect of temperature, rainfall and weather generally.



In summer the island is mainly under the influence of a shallow trough of low pressure extending from the great continental depression centred over southwest Asia. It is a season of high temperatures with almost cloudless skies. In winter Cyprus is near the track of fairly frequent small depressions which cross the Mediterranean Sea from west to east between the continental anticyclone of Eurasia and the generally low pressure belt of North Africa



Just like anywhere else, the educational system in Cyprus has its own peculiarities. Not surprisingly, the most popular specialties offered by universities in Cyprus are Hospitality Business and Tourism, although the list of all available programs is by no means limited to these ones.

Cyprus has an extensive system of secondary and higher education. There are around 25 000 students studying at the Cypriot universities, and the foreigners make up at least one-third of them. Several international colleges and universities in Cyprus offer dual degree programs, fully accredited by the UK and USA partner universities.

There are several public and private universities in the country, offering study programmes in various fields, from business and medicine to computer science and tourism management. 


Living in Cyprus :- The cost of living in Cyprus is affordable and varies depending on the lifestyle, location and amenities. 

Transportation Costs-

Local transport One-way ticket: €1.5

Monthly pass price: €40.00

Taxi normal tariff: €5.00 

Accommodation Costs-

Students can expect to pay between –euro-300.00 and –euro-550 depending on the number of bedrooms- one or three, and the location- in city centre or outside city centre.


In Cyprus, there are many modes of transport- buses, taxis and boats. Travelling in and around the Cyprus is affordable. 

Public Transportation

In Cyprus, there are inter-urban public bus services running between main towns. There are urban buses which operate in large town and cities, rural buses that run in small villages and connect them to the nearby towns.