1What is the duration of the Master programmes?
The minimum duration for the Master programmes is three semesters, and the maximum period of study may be extended, for up to eight academic semesters.
2What is the duration of the PhD Programmes?
The PhD requirements must be fulfilled within the period of eight years from the day of admission to the postgraduate programme.
3Is there a deadline for application?
Yes, there is a deadline for applying to the University. The application should be submitted to the Postgraduate Studies Coordinator of the relevant Department by the 30th of March of each year for entry in the Fall Semester, and by the 31st of October for entry in the Spring Semester.
4What documentation is required when applying?
When applying to the University of Cyprus, you are required to submit: (i) An Electronic Application, (ii) Application through the Online Application System of the University, (iii) Two signed letters of recommendation [Some departments require three reference letters, so before submitting your application, please read the Postgraduate Prospectus and any relevant departmental prospectus to ascertain the required number of reference letters. The Department may request additional confidential information from the referees. The reference letters could also be submitted electronically by the University Professors using the online application system.], (iv) Copies of university degrees or a statement of expected graduation in the month preceding enrolment in the postgraduate programme, (v) Transcripts as appropriate, (vi) Curriculum vitae, (vii) A short statement [maximum two pages] of the student’s research goals and interests, and (viii) A preliminary research proposal for a PhD place [if this is stated in the departments regulations].
5How do I request an Application Form?
Applications can be submitted ONLY electronically using the online application system. Paper application forms are not acceptable.

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