The Office of Admissions oversees the selection of students, according to criteria determining an ability to do university-level work, and the availability of courses and programs appropriate to the student's academic potential. The admissions process aims to ensure that students pursue courses best suited to their abilities and career aspirations, contributing to European University Cyprus as a dynamic place of learning and personal growth.
Our international student body comprises individuals from a wide range of cultures, bringing a rich mix of special interests and talents to bear on all academic disciplines. All applicants for undergraduate programs must have completed a secondary (high school) education of twelve years of schooling or the equivalent. Applicants for post-graduate studies must hold a Bachelor’s degree.
European University Cyprus recognizes strong academic performance at high school as a primary determinant of success at undergraduate level. In addition to a solid record of performance at secondary school, the Admissions Office seeks evidence of a high level of commitment to personal growth, including extra-curricular activities. Applications for admission to European University Cyprus are assessed by the Admissions Office, which makes the final decision on the success of individual applications.
To register for a program at European University Cyprus, candidates must first be admitted to the University. Application forms and admissions requirements can be obtained from the Office of Admissions. Application forms and supporting documents should be sent to:
Office of Admissions
European University Cyprus
6 Diogenes Street, Engomi
PO Box 22006
Tel: +357 2271 3000
Fax: +357 2271 3172/2266 2051
Web address: www.euc.ac.cy
Students wishing to apply for financial aid, scholarships, and/or housing at European University Cyprus must first secure admission to European University Cyprus.