The University of Cyprus announces that the tuition fees for the academic year 2017/2018 cost from €5.000 to €10.000 per whole course depending on a program.
The main campus is located in Nicosia, the island's central capital and students are attracted by the university’s proximity to the Mediterranean and the Cyprus’ year-round Mediterranean climate, with abundant sunshine all year round. Long, dry summers and mild winters are separated by short autumn and spring seasons. Summer temperatures can be very high, > 40o at time, while winters are rather mild, with some rain throughout the island and snow on the Troodos Mountains. Lightweight cottons and linens during summer months, and warm clothing and rainwear during winter as recommended as is facial sunscreen SPF 30 or higher.
Travellers to the Republic of Cyprus may enter only through the legal points of entry: Larnaca and Paphos International Airports or Larnaca and Limassol ports. The closest airport to Nicosia is Larnaca International Airport - 49 km. Private taxis, group taxis and buses are available to rich Nicosia. There are limited bus service and private taxis around the city.