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University of Nicosia Medical School

Located in: Cyprus


Quick Facts

Location
Nicosia, Cyprus
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Courses
Medicine
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Tuition
€ 18000
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Graduate Entry
No
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Entrance Exam
No
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Living Costs
€ 1000/month
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Curriculums

We are happy to announce that the curricula for
 the academic year 2021/2022 are now available.

About the University of Nicosia

The University of Nicosia is located in the largest city and capital of Cyprus – Nicosia. It was founded in 1980 with the main campus in Nicosia. The university is chosen by more than 12,000 students from over 70 countries. The main goal of the University of Nicosia is to reach and maintain the highest quality of teaching, research, community service and patient care.

The university is devoted to innovative, student-centred and high-quality education.

They teach their students about what is the highest priority of being a doctor-patient care. The university is doing its best to make the graduates become successful practitioners, researchers, teachers and administrators.

University of Nicosia Core Values:

  • Student-centred education
  • Excellence in teaching and research
  • Excellence in patient care
  • Social Responsibility
  • Professionalism
  • Equality and diversity
  • International partnerships

Extracurricular and Leisure Activities

The Medical School at the University of Nicosia encourages students to take part in scientific activities as an extracurricular activity. The priority research fields include brain health, cancer biology, regenerative medicines, and infectious diseases.

Furthermore, students can join various clubs and student organisations on campus. Some promote athletic activities such as the Badminton Club or the Running Club. Other clubs deal with academic fields, such as the Pediatric Society and the Surgical Society. There are more than 20 organisations, and students will surely find something to their taste.

University of Nicosia Tuition Fees

Here you have the opportunity to study medicine in English in a 6-year course.

The tuition fees are:

  • € 18000 for the first three years of undergraduate entry medical degree and €22,000 for the last three years of the course

You can also take advantage of a scholarship based on your family income.

The scholarships are as follows:

  • Undergraduate Entry Medical Degree: 20% reduction of the tuition fee.
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University of Nicosia Admission Requirements

Applicants who want to join the 6-year undergraduate course must meet one of the following requirements:

High School leaving certificate

  • An overall score of 90%(18/20 in the Lyceum Apolytirion), including similar grades in Biology and one of the following scientific subjects: Chemistry, Physics or Maths.
  • GCE A levels with grades ABB, including Biology and one of the following scientific subjects: Chemistry, Physics or Maths and one more subject.
  • International Baccalaureate with an overall result of 32, combined with a score of 16 at a Higher Level, including Biology and one of the following scientific subjects: Chemistry, Physics or Maths.
  • The university can also accept students from other education systems.

English Language Requirements

  • IELTS with an overall 6.5 with 6.5 in writing, and all other subjects must meet the minimum of 6
  • Overall 213 in the computer-based TOEFL
  • Grade of minimum B in GCSE
  • Minimum of 70% score in the European Baccalaureate.

Applicants coming from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand don’t need a certificate as long as their graduation is from an English-speaking high school.

An interview

  • In-person
  • Online

Student Accomodation in Nicosia

The university boasts 3 modern dormitories considered some of the best in the whole of Europe. The total capacity is 853 studio apartments. Living here equals living in a 5-star hotel.

Needless to say, the dorms are fully equipped with luxurious furnishings, AC, fast Internet and more. You can take advantage of dining and entertainment options such as restaurants, cafes, gyms, mini-markets, games areas and more.

If you prefer private accommodation, living in Nicosia will cost you around €10,000 according to your needs. For example, renting a 1 bedroom apartment can cost around €500 per month, depending on how close to the centre you prefer to live in. Your needs’ average costs, excluding rent, such as entertainment, food, and utilities, is around €700 per month.

Accreditation

The University of Nicosia is recognised by the World Health Organisation and is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools. It is also accredited by the medical councils of the UK, Ireland, the US, Canada, Australia, and other countries around the world. Being their student gives you the chance for the medical residency programme in the above-mentioned countries.

A degree from the University of Nicosia allows you to practice medicine worldwide.

Life as a Student in Nicosia, Cyprus

Nicosia is known as the Walled City, but the medieval Venetian fortifications are not the only walls within. Makeshift fences and stacked barrels go right through the city's centre and form the borderline between Cyprus and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. This border has stood for five decades and classifies Nicosia as the last divided capital in the world.

After Cyprus' division, the Turkish and Greek populations of the city had to relocate to their respective parts of the city. The goal was to end ethnic frictions and create lasting peace on the island.

While 40 years ago the division was a serious business with a heavy emotional toll on all parties involved, it’s mostly a formality nowadays. EU citizens can cross the border with a quick ID check, and all other nationals can use their passports instead.

Students often cross into Northern Nicosia to experience a strangely familiar yet different side of the city. Many describe it as a “touristy” version of the town with enchanting Turkish markets and lots of bargaining over purchases. It certainly lacks Starbucks and McDonald’s.

While Nicosia is a divided city with a guarded border, it is safe. In fact, the border and the extra security make Nicosia a low-crime location. Thus, international students enjoy peace of mind within the city.

Term Dates

The fall semester starts at the end of September and lasts until the beginning of January.
Examinations are between the 11th and 26th of January.

The Spring semester starts at the beginning of February and lasts until the end of April.
Examinations are between the 17th of May and the 1st of June.

Accommodation Costs

Our experience throughout the years has provided us with valuable insight in the real estate field with which we will help you find the best accommodation for you.
RENT
~€ 550/Mo
UTILITIES
~€ 140/Mo
TRANSPORT
~€ 40/Mo
FOOD
~€ 300/Mo
LEISURE
~€ 250/Mo

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is University of Nicosia accredited?

All degrees awarded by the University of Nicosia are recognised in the EU and globally.

Does University of Nicosia offer graduate entry programme?

No, if you have a previous health-related degree, you can not apply for a graduate entry medical programme here.

Is University of Nicosia a private university?

Yes. In fact, the University of Nicosia is the largest private university in Cyprus.

Does University of Nicosia accept student transfers?

Yes. The university welcomes student transfers.

Where is the University Of Nicosia located?

The university is in Nicosia, Cyprus. The city is located at the foot of the Kyrenia Mountains. The school’s address is Μακεδονίτισσης 46, Nicosia 2417, Cyprus.

How much do tuition fees for medicine cost at the University Of Nicosia?

The tuition fees are as follows:
€ 18000 for the first three years of undergraduate entry medical degree and €22,000 for the last three years of the course
€30,000 per year for the 4-year course for graduate entry students.

Does University of Nicosia teach in English?

Yes. The university has many programmes in English. You can study general medicine and graduate entry medicine in English here.

Does the University Of Nicosia have graduates registered with the GMC?

Yes. As of 2022, the university has over 20 graduates registered with the UK General Medical Council.

Is there an entrance examination for the University Of Nicosia?

Only students applying for graduate entry medicine are required to take exams. They need the MCAT or the GAMSAT.

What are the entry requirements for medicine at the University Of Nicosia?

Students need a high school diploma with good grades in Biology and Chemistry, physics, or Maths. In addition, English-proficiency certificates are required for non-native speakers.

When does the semester begin?

The school year starts at the end of September.

Is University of Nicosia in North or South Cyprus?

The university is in South Nicosia, the Greek part of Cyprus.

Is University of Nicosia good?

The university offers high-quality education in English. In addition, students here benefit from curious research projects and exciting extracurricular and social activities.

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