University of Nicosia - Global Semesters: Nicosia - Semester in Cyprus
A Global Semester in Business, International Relations, Engineering, Computer Science and more. IN ENGLISH, IN EUROPE, ON A VERY SAFE ISLAND.Study Abroad at a highly ranked university in Cyprus the meeting point of Europe, Asia and Africa. Ancie... read more
How to live on my own and it was worthwhile. A student - SUNY - College of Technology at Farmingdale (Farmingdale State University) View Entire Review
I have a new cultural perspective and yes it was worthwhile A student - Wesleyan University View Entire Review
I gained a multitude of friends, and experienced different cultures that I would have never been able to if I hadn't studied abroad. Elizabeth Einstein - Illinois State University View Entire Review
yes worthwhile A student - University of Kentucky View Entire Review
I learned so much about other people, about myself, and about life. My experience was very much worthwhile. Emma Boggs - University of Kentucky View Entire Review
I feel as though I have grown as a person. I know I can be away from home for a long time and be okay. I have learned that I can’t live with four people at the same time, because of how we lived as individuals. But everything i have learned was worthwhile and I would recommend to anyone who wants to study abroad Kimberly Larabee - University of Maine - Farmington View Entire Review
Traveling and communicating with new people A student - University of Arkansas - Fayetteville View Entire Review
expericned knew cultures Claire Dilworth - Clemson University View Entire Review
Got to travel a lot and see a lot of places I wouldn’t have even though of visiting. A student - Clemson University View Entire Review
Being abroad, I learned how to travel independently, make plans, take risks, and put my self out there. I was definitely worthwhile and I learned a lot about myself being abroad. Matthew Diglio - University of Nicosia View Entire Review
So much... personally, cultural, everything. I would definitely recommend a semester abroad. Samantha Levine - Clemson University View Entire Review
I learned so much about the culture here in Cyprus and how enjoyable it is to live in such a small place where everyone knows everybody. It was a very intimate study abroad experience and I feel like I was really able to connect with other people in the program and learn a lot about myself as well. A student - Clemson University View Entire Review
It showed me that there are so many different cultures in this world and it is definitely worthwhile to experience as many as you can. Brandon Kula - Colorado School of Mines View Entire Review
I learned that I am extremely grateful for things that are really small. I think the weekend trips and the experience was extremely worthwhile but I feel as though I wasted a lot of time in classes that I didn't need to be taking. A student - Susquehanna University View Entire Review
I learned about a new culture and its history. I learned new systems of government and of healthcare. A student - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
Choose wisely before you select where you want to study abroad. Read lots of reviews. Do your own research. In my experience, I learned how to room with more than one other person. I also got more confident with taking public transportation. Sheldon Raney - Hendrix College View Entire Review
I learned new cultures and languages and experienced what it was like in other parts of the world. It was extremely worth while! I would do it again in a heartbeat. A student - Clemson University View Entire Review
I learn a lot about the culture and more about myself. It was worthwhile. kla brannon - Bennett College View Entire Review
Cyprus is not a place a want to head back to, but Europe is better than I Expected A student - Illinois State University View Entire Review
People around the world aren’t as different as you think. While we should celebrate our uniqueness, we must recognize our similarities, and treat others like we want to be treated, because they feel how we feel. A student - Boise State University View Entire Review
Prepare for a lot of free time to learn more about yourself or find things to do. Classes require absolutely nothing from you so you will have a lot of time for self-evaluation. Wes Hance - Hendrix College View Entire Review
Personal identify development and incredible, genuine friends. A very worthwhile semester. Samantha Levine - Clemson University View Entire Review
I am now an international citizen, which has lit a fire inside of me that won't stop growing anytime soon. Harrison Dulgarian - University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa View Entire Review
It was worthwhile for my personal travels. A student - Hendrix College View Entire Review
I gained newfound knowledge on the outsiders perspective of America and some great insight into the culture of Cyprus. I can now comfortably handle public transportation in any country that I go to (within reason) and have gotten a lot better with travel plans and such. Incredibly worthwhile, especially when considering how much... Keneth Granados - Clemson University View Entire Review
A Global Semester in Business, International Relations, Engineering, Computer Science and more. IN ENGLISH, IN EUROPE, ON A VERY SAFE ISLAND.
Study Abroad at a highly ranked university in Cyprus the meeting point of Europe, Asia and Africa. Ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Romans along with Crusaders, Byzantines, Franks and Ottomans have all left a powerful legacy for this now very modern nation. Endowed with golden beaches, virgin green forests and other natural wonders, the environment is one of the healthiest in the world, crime is almost non-existent.
The Semester in Cyprus study abroad program is based at the University of Nicosia, the leading university in Cyprus. Students select up to five courses from hundreds available in over 70 different programs of study that the University of Nicosia offers. Located in the capital of Cyprus, the University of Nicosia is a global education hub with 20% of its 5,000 students coming from abroad, representing over 60 different countries with a wide range of courses in English.
The University of Nicosia offers accredited bachelor's coursework in the School of Business, School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, and School of Sciences and Engineering. We have educated tens of thousands of college students, hailing from every corner of the world, over the past thirty years in Cyprus. You will be in experienced and immensely knowledgeable local hands with us here.
In addition to the academic coursework, students participate in a series of educational trips and cultural excursions within Cyprus. The excursions and cultural events ensure that students visit major cities in Cyprus, develop a relationship with the local culture and enhance their intercultural competencies. This study abroad program is appropriate for a wide range of students.
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology
- Electrical Engineering
- Health Professions
- Hospitality Administration
- International Relations
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Architecture History, Architectural Criticism
- Foods and Nutrition
- Ecology, Evolution Biology
- Historic Preservation
- Nutrition Sciences
- Art History, Criticism and Conservation
- Dietetics, Clinical Nutrition
- Communication and Media Studies
- Computer and Information Sciences
- Computer Programming
- Computer Systems Analysis
- Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
- Computational Science
- Film, Video, Photographic Arts
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University of Nicosia - Global Semesters Scholarships
This award is for semester students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above. Students must mail their official transcript to Global Learning Semesters for verification. This award can only be combined with our Early Deposit Discount.
Global Learning Semesters awards the Takis Chrysanthou Honored Scholar Award to one student each semester. The student must be attending a semester-long program that is home-based in Cyprus. The award winner is selected based on academic merit, expected contribution to the group experience, and financial need. This award is a $2,500 discount that is credited against program fees.