Cyprus, an island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea renowned since ancient times for its mineral wealth, superb wines and produce, and natural beauty.
A “golden-green leaf thrown into the Sea” and land of “wild weather and volcanoes,” in the words of the Greek Cypriot poet Leonidas Malenis, Cyprus comprises tall mountains, fertile valleys, and wide beaches. Settled for more than 10 millennia, Cyprus stands at a cultural, linguistic, and historic crossroads between Europe and Asia.
Well-known for its sunny beaches, luxurious hotels, and impeccable tourism services, Cyprus has invested its riches in a high-quality European education system, with affordable university tuition costs and plenty of facilities and benefits.
Cyprus is famous by the nickname of the “Island of love” because, according to mythology, the goddess Aphrodite emerged from the waves at Paphos.
Cyprus has a subtropical climate – the Mediterranean and semi-arid type (in the north-eastern part of the island) – according to Köppen climate classification signes Csa and BSh, with very mild winters (on the coast) and warm to hot summers. … Rain occurs mainly in winter, with summer being generally dry.
Cyprus spends more than 7% of its GDP on education, the third-highest share in the European Union after Denmark and Sweden. It offers affordable and high-quality education
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Cost of studying in Cyprus
The tuition fee for international bachelor undergraduate students is below 3500Euros per annum except when the course of study is Pharmacy, which the annual cost is about 7000 Euros. The tuition fee of the Masters/Ph. D. postgraduate programs is between 2000 and 2500 Euros which depends on the course of study.