Graduation from a six-year public or private school of secondary education formally registered by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth of the Republic of Cyprus or the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs of the Republic of Greece. In addition, evidence that the applicant is competent in written and spoken Greek for courses taught in the Greek language, or English, for courses taught in the English language*, plus successful completion of a personal interview with our Admissions Officer and a member of the academic staff from the relevant department, either in person, by phone or Microsoft Teams;
Examples of acceptable English language qualifications, equivalent to B2 English Level of the Common European Framework, for admission, include:
|IELTS||5.5 – 6.5|
|IGCSE / GCSE||A – C|
|TOEFL (IBT)||72- 94|
|IB English Standard Level||4 – 6|
|IB English High Level||5 – 6|
|IB English A: Literature SL &HL||5 – 6|
|GCE English Language||A* – C|
|Michigan Language Assessment||53 – 63|
|University of Cambridge Exams||FCE|
|Password||5.5 – 6.5|
All students are required to take standardized placement tests in English and Mathematics. These tests are administered by the University during the orientation week and aim to assess each student’s potential. These tests measure quantitative and verbal aptitudes. All test scores are then screened by a panel. Appropriate programs are then drawn up to assist students in light of the observations made by the panel. Holders of the General Certificate of Education in English and Mathematics or an equivalent qualification are exempted from the placement tests.
Applicants will be invited for a personal interview.