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The Near East University currently has 16 faculties with 98 departments, 4 vocational schools, 2 high schools and 4 graduate schools offering programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
With over 25,000 students, it is the largest university in Northern Cyprus.
The university has 141 programs (11 Faculties and 5 Schools) offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as a research infrastructure. The medium of instructions are in Turkish and English. However, English Preparatory School is available for students who need to improve their English. The university offers variety of sports and social activities. Academic Programs of EMU are broad and include Physical and Social Sciences with considerable research studies via Research Advisory Board.
European University Cyprus belongs to Laureate International Universities, a worldwide network of Higher Education institutions founded in 1998 in the United States. It is currently made up of more than 80 accredited campus-based and online institutions, in 29 countries throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, with more than 150 campuses and over 950,000 students worldwide.
Nicosia • Computer Science, Robotics • Business
Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
With its excellent facilities, exceptionally qualified faculty, and highest international standards in teaching, research and community service, METU NCC offers internationally accepted degree programs in engineering and social sciences. The language of instruction on the Campus is English. From the very outset, METU NCC, following in the footsteps of its mother institution, the Middle East Technical University in Ankara, aims to become a select higher education institution with international character.
METU Northern Cyprus Campus admitted students to one undergraduate program in 2003-2004, and to six undergraduate programs in 2004-2005. These students spent their initial years on METU Ankara Campus and have moved to METU Northern Cyprus Campus at the beginning of 2005-2006 academic year. In 2013-2014 academic year, METU NCC is offering 15 undergraduate programs and 3 graduate programs to about 2200 students, and aims at a student population of 3500 in graduate and undergraduate programs.
METU Northern Cyprus Campus is attached to the main campus in Ankara in all academic and administrative affairs. All degree programs of METU NCC are approved by the METU Senate, and provide the same quality standards of the main campus in Ankara. The METU NCC academic staff are recruited and promoted in accordance with the same criteria set forth by METU Senate and Administrative Board. The graduates of METU NCC are entitled to receive internationally recognized METU diploma.
METU Northern Cyprus Campus is built on an area of 339 hectares (137 acres), approximately 50 km west of Lefkosa ( Nicosia ) and 6 km north of Guzelyurt (Morphou), a charming town with a population of 12,000. Today, METU NCC is an excellent campus with its high-tech infrastructure, very modern education buildings and laboratories, the Cultural and Convention Center, Administration - Library - IT Center Complex, Cafeteria, Shopping Center, Student Association Rooms, Dormitories, Staff Housing, Fitness-Wellness Club, Post Office, Book Store, Health & Counseling Center, Sports Complex, and an outdoor swimming pool . The Campus is designed with all the necessary provisions to accommodate physically handicapped students to achieve their full potential.
The mission of Frederick University is to provide learning opportunities through teaching and research in the fields of science, technology, letters and the arts, to promote intercultural dialogue and contribute to the wider social context in general.
Paphos • Business • Law • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Architecture • Theology, Religion
Nicosia • Law
In December 2003, the House of Representatives passed a bill (Law 198(I) 2003), establishing a new academic institution, the Cyprus University of Technology. According to the above Law, the HTI (along with several other similar schools) was integrated within the new University.
The medium of instruction at University of Mediterranean Karpasia is English in most departments.
University of Mediterranean Karpasia has 4 Faculties and 1 School offering courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. An English Preparatory School is available for those who need to improve their English before starting to study at the specialist programs of the faculties.
The university's first graduation ceremony with 72 graduations was on 8 July 2015.
Nicosia • Bank, Insurance • Business • Tourism, Catering, Hostelry, Restaurant Industry
It is registered with the Cyprus Ministry of Education and is the first Business School to be established in Cyprus and among the older tertiary education providers in Cyprus. In addition to marketing, CIMA offers programs in tourism, banking, insurance, computer & financial studies and European studies. It operates a membership association and awards its own recognised Diplomas, Advanced Diploma, Bachelors, a Post Graduate Diploma and an MBA. Itss MBA was ranked 16th in Europe according to findyourMBA
Management • Business
Nicosia • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Aglantzia • Law
It is based in Limassol, the second largest city in Cyprus. It was officially inaugurated in September 2007 by then-President of Cyprus, Tassos Papadopoulos.
CUT provides six faculties that students can choose from like Faculty of Geotechnical Sciences and Environmental Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Faculty of Engineering and Technology and one Language Centre .
The CyI is organized around two major complementary academic structures: the College and the Research Centers. The Research Centers are being developed first in conjunction with post-graduate studies. The undergraduate education will be implemented in a second phase. The Institute as a whole is based on this duality.
The Institute operates under the aegis of the Cyprus Research and Educational Foundation (CREF), which is governed by a Board of Trustees, composed of leading personalities of the international academic, political and business world; it is currently chaired by Professor Edouard Brézin, former president of the French Academy of Sciences and Professor at the Ecole Normale Supérieure.
The principal objectives of CREF are the advancement of knowledge and its humane and benevolent application and the establishment of a new research and educational public-benefit organization which shall generally promote research and education in Cyprus and abroad and shall aim primarily at benefitting the public interest at large.
The CyI is being developed by establishing research centers which address challenging problems that are important at both the regional and international levels. Its research centers are developed in partnership with leading institutions in the respective thematic areas. The Energy, Environment and Water Research Center (EEWRC) is developed in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Science and Technology in Archaeology Research Center (STARC) in partnership with the Centre de recherche et de restauration des musées de France (C2RMF), headquartered in the Louvre and the Computation-based Science and Technology Research Center (CaSToRC) in partnership with the University of Illinois.
Multi-level founding partnerships with internationally prominent institutions ensure the development of the Centers in close collaboration with world leaders in their respective fields. Additional collaborations with other research and academic institutions together with local authorities further enhance the development.Having launched its first center in 2007, The Cyprus Institute has secured a large number of research projects, including an ERC Advanced Grant.