1. EUROPEAN UNION EXHANCE PROGRAMME STUDENTS
An intensive course (four weeks long) is especially designed for Erasmus students who are planning to attend courses at the University of Cyprus. If this course is not provided (due to the limited number of Erasmus students), exchange students from European Union member countries may enroll in any program offered by the School of Modern Greek (including the Summer intensive course) free of charge. They can also participate free of charge to all the cultural activities included in the summer intensive course or any other course of the School of Modern Greek. Summer course is credited with 9 credits where as the other programs with 12 credits, provided that a student completes the course successfully.
Application of Erasmus students to attend Greek language courses should reach the School of Modern Greek by 30 June every year.
Upon arrival in Cyprus, Erasmus students must contact the Service for Research, International and Public Relations, as well as the Academic Affairs and Student Welfare Service, which will assist them with accommodation, information, etc. The Academic Affairs and Student Welfare Service is the liaison office for exchange students and assists them in all aspects of their stay in Cyprus.
2. NON-EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
Students from non-European Union Countries who wish to attend courses at the School of Modern Greek must obtain a visa from the authorities of their country. Enrollment in the School requires prepayment of fees. Certificates of enrollment are issued once the students have fulfilled their financial obligations the School of Modern Greek.
Students enrolled in the School of Modern Greek are entitled to use all the facilities of the University of Cyprus, the athletics center, the coffee shop and the student restaurant, the computer center and the library. Students of the School of Modern Greek are bound by the same regulations as the students of the University of Cyprus.