about University of Nicosia:
The University of Nicosia, named after the capital, is a private institution situated in Southern Cyprus's capital of Nicosia. The university boasts of being the pioneering university in the Cyprus tertiary education sector and is currently home to over 10 000 international students representing over 75 countries spread across at least 4 of the world's continents. Read more…
about South Cyprus:
The island of Cyprus boasts an exuberant and rich culture that is tailor made by years of integration and acceptance of different nationalities backdating to the days of the romans, Greeks as well as the British most recently. Cypriot culture is often expressed in traditional cuisines, dress code, arts and celebrated ceremonies. The island of Cyprus is made largely Greek Cypriots and has Greek as the official language, however there is also a significantly large number of foreign nationals mainly from the European Union (British expats) as well as nationals’ from the rest of the world, making it a welcome haven for international students.
About the city:
Nicosia is the oldest and biggest city in North Cyprus. It is home to about 100,000 people of which a substantial percentage are students, both local and international. Nicosia is culturally rich, full of life, hosts a number of art and music festivals on a regular basis and, most importantly, is cheap to live in.