The higher education system of Cyprus comprises both public and private institutions. The State established three state universities. The University of Cyprus, which opened in September 1992, has six faculties (Humanities and Social Sciences, Pure and Applied Sciences, Economics and Management, Letters, and Engineering). Studies are organized in semesters, and subjects taught are counted in credits. The Council of Ministers decided to proceed with the establishment of two state universities: the University of Applied Sciences and Arts and the Open University of Cyprus and appointed two interim Governing Boards to do so. The first universitylevel achieved in 4years allow students to have the Ptychio (Bachelor degree), then in one or two years complete a post-graduate program, the Masters Degree. After that, students can pursue their studies for three additional years and get a Doctorate or PhD.
Eduniversal School Ranking in Cyprus: 1 school
Business schools with 3 Palmes: 1 school
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