InterNapa at a Glance

Our Profile

InterNapa College is a private institution of higher education registered with the Ministry of Education & Culture of the Republic of Cyprus to award its own Bachelor, Higher Diploma and Diploma programs.

InterNapa College was established as G. Takkas Educational College in 2003 to offer higher education on a broad, liberal and modern basis and is open to all without distinction of gender, religion or race. In 2007 the College in its efforts to evolve as a modern higher education institution of the area changed its name to “InterNapa College” (INC) to more closely identify with the broader geographical area.

The College offers accredited programs in Hospitality & Tourism Management, Business Administration and Culinary Arts as well as a four year Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Premises

InterNapa College is hosted in two close-by locations, Marthelenio and Yiorkios, which support academic and administrative activities respectively.

The main building, the Marthelenio Building, consists of the faculty offices, department of academic affairs, lecture halls, kitchen lab, computer lab, personal support worker lab and the canteen and educational restaurant.

Facilities

*An additional floor is under the construction process, which is going to expand our capacity to 1100 students.

The newly renovated building Yiorkios is 100m away from the Marthelenio building, and houses the library on the ground floor and on the first floor the offices of the managing director, accounts and admissions.

The library is a significant part of our educational environment and is open to students, faculty, and members of the College as well as the local community. The library is staffed by a full time librarian qualified and experienced in library operation and it has area for study and research and computer/internet access.

It comprises of over 5000 books and periodicals, providing easy access to information to all students and faculty. All books are organized according to the Dewey decimal classification system and supported by an especially dedicated computer network. The bibliographical information for each book is entered into the library software ABEKT. The library can access electronic databases providing an additional resource for online research, enabling faculty and personnel access to a plethora of peer-reviewed articles from a number of periodicals.

Info
Books are loaned out until 16.45.
The use of the computers is allowed from 9.15 – 16.45.
Hours are subject to change during exam times and holidays.

Hours

Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00