Students that have been offered a place at a graduate programme at the University of Cyprus will have to:

a) Accept the place through the online applications system.
b) Pay electronically the deposit of the tuition fees to secure the offered place, from the link in the acceptance letter (email) - through the JCC system only.
c) Upload all necessary documents (degrees/graduation certificates) to the applications system of the University.
The students should create an electronic account by clicking here.

The electronic account provides access to the BannerWeb system, the email (WebMail) and to other systems and applications of the University.

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The issue of as student’s card is compulsory for all students. Among other applications, the university card allows students to access computers, to borrow books from the library, to use photocopy machines, etc. To issue a student card, the students should apply online through the link.

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In order to be able to register to courses, students have to pay their tuition fees first.

For more information on Tuition Fees for the Academic Year 2023/2024, click here .

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According to the Rules of Postgraduate Studies:

1. The University may not allow a student to enrol in courses if it finds that the student has not paid the required tuition fees for the courses she had attended in previous semesters. The University may cancel the student's enrolment in courses, if it finds that the student has not paid the amount of fees required prior to enrolment.

2. The deposit paid to hold the place in our University is not refundable in case of withdrawal of the student from the University of Cyprus.

3. If a student leaves the University up to the 4th week after classes commence, the first installment of the tuition fees paid prior to enrolment is refunded. If a student leaves the University after the 4th week, any fees paid are not refunded.

4. For all delayed enrolments of students for courses within the semester, a fine of €50 per course is imposed. This amount is deposited in the Students’ Welfare Association.
Every semester students must enroll in courses according to the requirements of his / her curriculum via the BannerWeb System. As a rule, every student can enroll in courses that represent up to 30 ECTS in a given semester. During the summer period the students can enroll in courses representing up to 15 ECTS.

An increased load, beyond 30 and up to 45 ECTS, may be allowed in a given semester, provided that there are special reasons submitted by the student to the Chairman of the department for approval, through a reasoned request accompanied by the transcript. Please fill Special Permission for enrolment in more than 30 ECTS.

Course registrations are made via the electronic system BannerWeb:

Fall Semester: registrations for the courses take place in the first week of each semester before the beginning of lectures.

Spring Semester: registrations for the courses take place in the first week of each semester before the beginning of lectures.

Before the course registration, students are encouraged to look at the User Manual of BannerWeb which includes all instructions for registration.

Registration in courses for an academic semester can take place outside the registration period. For all delayed enrolments for courses within the semester, a fine of €50 per course is imposed. This amount is deposited in the Students’ Welfare Association.

A graduate student is considered as a full time student if they are registered for at least 18 ECTS for a given semester.
The Summer Semester 2023/2024 starts on Monday the 10th of June 2024 and ends on Friday the 26th of July 2024. The exam period is from 27th of July – 31st of July 2024.

All students are required to enroll electronically on their courses using the BannerWeb system on Thursday the 6th of June 2024. The BannerWeb system will be open from 9.30 a.m. until 12.00 o’ clock midnight.

Students will be able to add or drop a course using the BannerWeb on Wednesday 12th of June 2024. The BannerWeb system will be open from 9.00 a.m. until 12.00 o’ clock midnight.

During the summer semester a student can register up to 15 ECTS in either a research stage, a writing stage, a practical training, independent research, a Thesis Proposal and in a comprehensive examination always with the approval of the supervisor.
During their studies, postgraduate students should pay a lump sum for the student’s solidarity fund “Neophytos Handriotis” (in Greek). PhD students will pay €40 and Master's degree students €20. For the completion of the payment you should have a user account at the University of Cyprus as well as a user account at JCC.
Students can add a course by the end of the starting week of lectures and by the third week they can only remove a course.

A student can leave a course after the third and up to the seventh week inclusive from the beginning of the course. This leaving, is recorded in the student's transcript as withdrawal.

After the end of the seventh week the student cannot withdraw from a course. Leaving a course after the seventh week is automatically graded with zero.

Students who choose to withdraw from a course should inform the Graduate School.
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Every student gets one free Verification of Studies after the end of the course registration period. There is a fee for more verifications, other certificates, academic transcripts or translations of degree and you can request them online.

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