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|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 8:21am On Sep 09|
Good morning, before you arrive Cyprus you will need to present a medical test from a government hospital for your visa application
When you arrive and decide to change your course, you will need to contact the student admission office and follow the procedure for change of course
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Delaw00(m): 9:17am On Sep 09|
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|Re: Study In South Cyprus by baajetu: 10:10am On Sep 09|
ctleurocollege:I want to study in syprus this is my contact 08061370838
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by torino88(m): 6:42pm On Sep 09|
how much will everything cost pls?
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Milnes: 12:56pm On Sep 10|
Thanks for the info.. But you still. Didnt get my first question right..
Even if I'll be asked to present a result from a government hospital together with my visa application, it still does matter.. Im actually asking for a friend who got admission to cyprus and should be resuming by October. He applied like three months ago, he presented a good medical test result. He just collected his visa recently and he is planning to leave anytime soon. But he is scared he might have contacted an infection after the unprotected sex he's had within the past few months lol. He was asking me that " what if he gets to cyprus and the medical examiniation he'll go through in cyprus show that he has one infection or the other, would he be quarantined over there or deported or something" lol. He is scared as hell. I told him to go and du test now so he'll know wassup and if he has i fection, he should treat it before he flies, but he keeps telling me he is broke. So im asking now, what will happen if after he gets to cyrpus, the authorities there make him undergo a medical test and he is found to be infected, would he be deported or treated?
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 4:00pm On Sep 10|
You have given him a good advice, let him go for another test if he discovers any sickness he should treat it before he travels
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Delaw00(m): 10:53am On Sep 11|
Still waiting ur message sir
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Bobbybabs(m): 12:14pm On Sep 11|
Sent you a mail.
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by enonche85(m): 4:53pm On Sep 11|
OK. Which school do u know of let me contact them?.
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 9:00pm On Sep 11|
A lot of people have contacted me to ask if the school is free, I have decided to clarify things here for the benefit of all interested persons
Tuition per year for Diploma and Bsc is €3600
Tuition for MBA is €5500
Admission and visa is guaranteed and stress free
Take note, your tuition fee doesn't include your application for admission to the school, visa fees and others. These are only tuition fees exclusive of other costs
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Delaw00(m): 10:12pm On Sep 11|
Still waiting for ur message boss
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 9:22am On Sep 12|
Foreign students in Cyprus may now work in paid activity
According to a recent law, which follows a directive of the European Union, students who are nationals of third countries may now work in Cyprus, in paid economic activity, under certain conditions and for certain kinds of work.
The Order or Decree of the Minister of Labour, Welfare and Social Insurance that makes this possible was published in the Official Gazette. Students of recognised universities or university programmes are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week, in specific occupations and specified sectors of economic activity.
They must be full-time students of recognised universities or colleges (or of some additional registered colleges).
They must be treated equally with Cypriot workers. All minimum labour standards should be observed. The Ministry has prepared a standard contract of employment for use in this case. The standard contract is available at the District Labour Offices.
The employment of the foreign students is allowed in the following sectors of economic activity and occupations:
Trade-Repairs - Wholesale Trade Freight Handlers
- Gas Station and Car Wash Labourers
Health and Social Care - Care Givers in Homes for the Elderly
Household Activities - Occasional Work of a Domestic Nature
Manufacturing - Bakery Workers
- Forage Production Labourers
- Recycling Labourers
- Night Shift Workers
Agriculture-Animal Husbandry-Fishery - Agriculture -Animal Husbandry-Fishery Labourers
Other Fields - Buildings Cleaning Service Crew
- Drainage and Waste Processing Labourers
- Distributors of Advertising and Informative Material
Food Industry Food Delivery
Restaurants-Recreational Centres - Kitchen Assistants
The main documents necessary for those wishing to work – and for their employers – are the following:
· a valid residence permit
· an employment contract, signed by the two parties
· a time-table of studies – which should not coincide with the working hours.
Students should first get a student permit from the Immigration Authorities. They should then sign a contract of employment, with an employer, and submit it to a District Employment Office for approval. The Employment Office will check the main conditions and if satisfied will approve the contract.
The Law provides for punishment (fine or imprisonment) for those who violate its provisions.
The above is for general information purposes. For more details, see the Aliens and Immigration (Amendment) Law No. 184(I) of 2007 and the Order published on 18 December 2009, by the Minister of Labour and Social Insurance.
Δημόσια Υπηρεσία Απασχόλησης
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|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 10:11am On Sep 12|
Good morning sir, are you interested in MBA?
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Delaw00(m): 11:10am On Sep 12|
Morning sir Bsc
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 12:18pm On Sep 12|
Ok, I will send you an email shortly
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ABBEYsammy01(m): 2:09pm On Sep 12|
Interested too 08060401009
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by nappy760(m): 3:05pm On Sep 12|
i am interested , I have HND in Electrical electronics, is it going to be of any use or i just start from scratch?
MY mail: email@example.com
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by OHCOMEON: 3:42pm On Sep 12|
ctleurocollege:Hello sir, do they offer taxation in their schools?am interested.
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Delaw00(m): 3:50pm On Sep 12|
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 4:39pm On Sep 12|
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Check your email
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Peteru1st(m): 9:28pm On Sep 12|
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by Peteru1st(m): 9:29pm On Sep 12|
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|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 9:50pm On Sep 12|
Post your email
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by iamdref: 3:37am On Sep 13|
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by nappy760(m): 12:25pm On Sep 13|
Still no mail yet ooo
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by NwaEzefuNaMba(m): 2:13pm On Sep 13|
The institutions doesn't offer macro Economics?
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 4:47pm On Sep 13|
These are the following courses offered for now, they are all accredited and recognized every where in the world and you can transfer your credits to any other accredited school in case you want to go for any further courses elsewhere
Diploma courses (64CR /122 ECTS)
Bachelors (128 CR/ 243 ECTS)
MBA (46 CR/ 92 ECTS)
1) Computer studies, 2 years Diploma
2) Computer science, 4 years Bachelor of science
3) Computer systems & Networking, 2 years Diploma
1) Masters of Business, 1 year MBA
2) Business Administration, 4 years
3) Marketing & public relations, 2 years, Diploma
4) Web Design for busne, 2 years Diploma
5) Accounting, 3 years, Higher Diploma
Office Administration department
1) Office Administration, 2 years Diploma
Hospitality &Tourism Department
1) Hospitality Management, 4 years Bachelors of Arts
2) Hotel Administration, 2 years Diploma
3) Travel and Tourism management, 2 years Diploma
For now, these are the accredited courses we offer. If you want an application form, send me your email and indicate the course you want to apply for, we will get back to you
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 4:54pm On Sep 13|
What does ECTS mean?
It means "European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)". Credits are a standard means for comparing the "volume of learning based on the defined learning outcomes and their associated workload"
For higher education across the European Union and other collaborating European countries. For successfully completed studies, ECTS credits are awarded. One academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS credits that are normally equivalent to 1500–1800 hours of total workload, irrespective of standard or qualification type. ECTS credits are used to facilitate transfer and progression throughout the Union. ECTS also includes a standard grading scale, intended to be shown in addition to local (i.e. national) standard grades:
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 5:01pm On Sep 13|
You can send your documents for accessment, it depends on the school. Which course do you want to apply for?
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 5:02pm On Sep 13|
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by ctleurocollege: 7:11am On Sep 14|
|Re: Study In South Cyprus by nappy760(m): 7:17am On Sep 14|
Good morning, I got your email......
I'll need to discuss with family first then bae able to take the next steps
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