Cyprus enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate, with dry summers from May to October, and mild winters December to February. Summers are warm with temperatures reaching highs of 32-38° C with cloudless skies and sea breezes creating a pleasant atmosphere in the coastal areas. Winter temperatures vary around 12-18° C during the day.
Cyprus being an island is surrounded by coast and its beaches will each amaze you with their own extraordinary unique characteristics. Cyprus has some of the leading tourist resorts of Europe making it a perfect location for studies in Hospitality & Tourism Management, as well as for Culinary Arts with its expansive Cypriot cuisine mixing the tastes of the region from Greek to Middle Eastern.
Cyprus offers accredited high level of education and programs ensured by the Cyprus Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Higher Education. The Agency follows the procedures and the evaluation and accreditation criteria of the European Standards and Guidelines which are the requirements of the European Network of Quality Assurance (ENQA).
The History and Culture of Cyprus is among the oldest in the world. Archaeological excavations date this back some 9,000 years. The island’s rich cultural landscape involves hundreds of archaeological sites scattered all over the island, representing the various historical periods in the island’s evolution.
Cypriot hospitality is as famous as the sun and sea of the island. Cypriots are by nature warm and loving people that immediately impress visitors to Cyprus. The atmosphere everywhere is relaxing and welcoming. Cypriots are an English speaking population, so getting to know people is always easy.