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Founded in 1989, the University of Cyprus accepted its first student intake in 1992 and has been active in promoting excellence in teaching, research and learning according to national and global standards.

The university has two main objectives: to promote access to, and the availability of, scholarships and education through research and teaching; and to enhance the overall social, cultural, and economic development of Cyprus. 

The University of Cyprus has 8 faculties: Humanities (including languages), Pure and Applied Sciences, Social Sciences and Education, (including a centre for Gender studies), Economics and Management, Engineering (including nanotechnology, innovation and environmental protection technology), Medicine, Letters (archaeology), Medicine, and a faculty for Graduate Studies. 

Organisation Details

National coalition member
Organisation category
Formal Education and Training provider
Target audience
Digital skills in education.
Geographic scope - Country
Industry - field of education and training
Arts and humanities not further defined
History and archaeology
Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics not further defined
Environmental protection technology
Electricity and energy
Electronics and automation
Mechanics and metal trades