Study in Cyprus cost

The minimum tuition fees that international students will have to pay range from 2400 to 3500 Euros. If you are studying for Masters’s, Ph.D., or postgraduate programs then the annual tuition fees may range from 2000 to 2500 Euros. While, if you are studying Pharmacy or Medicine then you will have to pay more than 7000 Euros. The average cost of living for international students ranges from 300 Euros to 700 Euros.

Study free in Cyprus

 International students can study free in Cyprus. This free study is possible only on a scholarship basis. These scholarships may be partially funded covering 25% of their tuition fee or might be fully funded covering 100% of their tuition fees. Furthermore, these scholarships are given to students on a merit basis and need basis. Merit basis scholarships are given to those students who maintain their specific academic average during the semester and throughout their academic program.

Cyprus International University offers an All-Inclusive Package to national and international students which covers tuition fees, accommodation, transportation, health insurance, and canteen meals. All of these facilities cover about 4500 to 9000 Euros per year and it also depends upon the type of accommodation chosen. But mostly students chose the All-Inclusive Package because this package covers almost all the basic needs of a student throughout the year.

Total expenses to study in Cyprus

 The total expenses to study in Cyprus for international students are as follows:

The tuition fee for bachelor and undergraduate students ranges from 2400 to 3500 Euros per year.

The tuition fees for Masters, Ph.D., and postgraduate students range from 2000 to 2500 Euros per year.

The annual tuition fee for Pharmacy and Medicine students is about 7000 to 30,000 Euros.

The average cost of accommodation, transportation, food, etc. ranges from 300 Euros to 700 Euros.

International students belonging to non-European third-world countries are allowed to work only 20 hours per week part-time only if they are enrolled in full-time credit hours study courses. If the non-European international students are not eligible for internship and traineeship then they are not allowed to work in business and firms industry instead they are allowed to part-time work in certain areas consisting of menial work, e.g., they can work at construction sites, restaurants, petrol station attendants, car wash attendants, fast food delivery drivers, and cleaning centers’.  For this purpose, international students will have to apply for a work permit first.