Information on Studies
- Degrees in Cyprus, with very few exceptions, both at Public and Private Universities are usually four (4) years.
- Public Universities do not usually charge fees (except for Masters), whereas at Private universities the fees start from €7,000 and may go as high as over €13,000 per academic year.
- Postgraduate study in Cyprus is usually either eighteen or in some cases twenty (24) months depending on the course of study. This is both at public and private universities.
- The cost of Postgraduate study is at the discretion of each institution.
- Bachelor degrees at UK universities (not including Scotland) are usually three (3) academic years. In Scotland, the length of study is usually four (4) years. With Pharmacy, degrees usually being four (4) years in length and General Medicine five (5).
- In the UK, all universities are obligated by Law not to charge more than GBP£9,000 per academic year plus the cost of inflation which cannot be more the £250 per year. Some universities though do charge less than maximum.
- Postgraduate degree study in the UK in most cases is twelve (12) months and the cost is at the discretion of each institution.
- In the UK, all universities are obligated by Law not to charge more than GBP£9,250 per academic year plus the cost of inflation which cannot be more the £250 per year. Some universities though do charge less than maximum.
- There are two (2) different kinds of universities in Holland: Research universities and Applied Sciences universities.
- Bachelor degrees at Research universities are three (3) academic years.
- Bachelor degrees at Applied Sciences universities are four (4) academic years.
- Annual tuition fees for undergraduate students start at €2,060 for the academic year 2018-2019.
- First-year undergraduate students will pay €1,030 in 2018/2019 instead of €2,060.
- Postgraduate degree study in Holland is usually one-two (1-2) years.
- Tuition fees for Master’s degrees are €2,060 for most courses.
- Undergraduate Bachelor degree courses in Ireland are three (3), four (4) or five (5) years in duration depending on the course and the university.
- Postgraduate Masters courses are generally one (1) or two (2) years in duration.
- The Irish government pays a part of the tuition fee for EU undergraduate students. Students pay only the student contribution that varies form one institution to another but the limit is maximum €3.500.
- Postgraduate tuition fees vary from course to course and from institution to institution.