Hi, I always wanted to study abroad and I had a look at this university and really liked the look of it. Has anyone studied there? My concern is I want to be a clinical psychologist and I want to do my masters or postgraduate in there when I finish my undergraduate psychology degree, so I wondering will they accept my application in the UK for clinical doctorate training if I studied in Cyprus and did some work experience there? Or is it too much risk?
I don't want to offend any Cypriots, but are they nice to south-Asians? I have faced racism but I don't know how bad it is there. Also I will learn to Greek before I go there. Are there any other good universities to study in South of Cyprus? Thanks
My aunties husband was in Uni in Cyprus in 1970 I think, apparently it was fine for him, I'm not sure now about the racism issue, I don't know much about Greek-Turkish Cyprus issue, but if possible you may want to look up 'Golden Dawn' before a so called foreigner decides to move to Greece
Is University Of Nicosia good for medicine? I got an offer but i'm not sure if I should go for it. Does anyone know about the teaching, the equipments, the faculty, the placements?
Please do let me know
I did not study myself in Cyprus but two friends of mine did. I will ask them for the recommendations and experiences and come back to you then. Ill see them this weekend.
So i checked and my research suggests that universites are not the best in Cyprus. However if you plan to be a digital nomad, Cyprus is a great country for you as you can check here
. Cyprus is giving a lot of advantages to business owners and studying something related is probably quit useful.
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I have a BSc from University of Nicosia, in Psychology. The course schedule is very nice and accredited by BPS and APA, and the teachers are also very qualified and eager to discuss with you. The classes have few people so you can come closer. The university itself is easier than others in terms of the courses level, but it prepares you well for future studies without overloading you. Generally I am happy with my studies. I am Greek so I didn't encounter racism, but you will find people from many different countries there. The lifestyle here is peaceful, the distances are small and if you like hot weather and good beaches, that's your place. Cyprus is not very developed yet compared to Western European countries, but still there is a lot of progress especially during the last years. It is a good place to have a satisfying career and a decent life with family later. It is generally a traditional place where a lot of attention is paid to the concept of family and society. (Sorry if I got out of subject, but I thought that a general description would be helpful. Ask me if you have more questions.)