Study Abroad Information Sessions/Counselling: Meet with Dr. Brian McCauley, Assistant Head of School for Admissions and Marketing and Paul J Salazar, Director of International Admissiions from Wasatch Academy at Coffee Today St. 360 on Monday 19 June 2017 from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM; Meet with Madame Martha Acosta-Pieters, Director of International Marketing and Recruitment International Student Services from Edmonds Community College at Coffee Today St. 360 on Sunday 13 August 2017 from 9:00 Am - 11:00 AM.


It's been obvious why International students are choosing Cyprus for
further education amongst all other European Countries.

From an indepentent survey, its been noted that Cyprus is unique in some
areas like:

- CLIMATE : Good Weather which is one great natural gift that Cyprus has been endowed with.Millions of tourist every year choose this European destination.

- SECURITY : Peaceful Environment that has been unquestionable for years,compared with other educational locations.

- COST OF LIVING : Low cost of living compare to other standard European and International Countries.

- COST OF TUITION : Competitive Yearly Tuition fee compare to all other English speaking countries.

- LANGUAGE: English is widen spoken.

- EUROPEAN UNION : A strong member of the *European Union*

- RECOGNITION:Highly Recognise Certificates and Educational Standard.

- LOCATION:Cyprus is a major link between Africa, Europe and Asia.


Cities in Cyprus


Cyprus has a highly developed system of primary and secondary education offering both public and private education. The high quality of instruction can be attributed to a large extent to the above-average competence of the teachers but also to the fact that nearly 7% of the GDP is spent on education which makes Cyprus one of the top three spenders of education in the EU along with Denmark and Sweden. The majority of Cypriots receive their higher education at Greek, British, Turkish, other European and North American universities. It is noteworthy that Cyprus currently has the highest percentage of citizens of working age who have higher-level education in the EU at 30% which is ahead of Finland's 29.5%. In addition 47% of its population aged 25–34 have tertiary education, which is the highest in the EU. The body of Cypriot students is highly mobile, with 78.7% studying in a university outside Cyprus.