When should you submit your application?

When should you submit your application?


As you are aware, colleges and universities have their own calendars that are divided into four months.
Most universities and colleges have the same application deadline, which is as follow

Start of courses

Registration Period

Autumn semester 

End of August

Spring semester

End of November

Summer semester             

End of March

 

Are you a student from the EU or abroad?

What you should know if you are a EU student:

You should begin preparing your documents one month before your arrival, primarily for your application and stay in Cyprus.

You can learn more about your stay by visiting our website by clicking here...

What you should know as a non-EU student:

After one month, you should begin preparing for your document collection process. Of course, the response time of the government authorities to your requests also plays a role in this. Don't forget to account for the time that the records will be sent.

Choose the best university for you!

The first thing you must do is choose the institution where you will study.

Don't forget to select a "backup" option...just in case!

1. Determine which university or college courses provide what you require.
2. Complete and review the program details.
3. Research the cost of tuition.
4. Keep in mind the deadlines. Proceed with your application if all of the information you've gathered is satisfactory.

In order to complete your applications and make the best choices for your future, the U.A.G.C. is available to assist you.

University enrollment is not an easy process!

By following the steps below, U.A.G.C. gives you the key to making the best possible choice.


Step 1: Select a university
Choose your preferred university and visualize yourself working in the industry you want. It could be business school, engineering, architecture, medicine, or something else. However, you should make sure that the degree you want meets your academic needs as well as your professional goals. After searching here, you will find this information in the program description.

Step 2: Choosing a Degree
You must do extensive research on the programs you want to enroll in before choosing a degree. If you decide on business administration, it would be a good idea to find out which courses are required to earn the degree. For instance, business administration courses include management, marketing, accounting, and other related topics.

Step 3: Choosing the right university for you
There are many universities around the world. But which university is the most suitable for you? Does the university you have heard about offer the programs you are interested in?

For this step, U.A.G.C. will help you. By simply navigating our website.

We suggest that you thoroughly look at all the details about the university in terms of international recognition, especially in the field you would like to pursue, location, etc. Competent Services in Cyprus and Greece for the recognition of the degree are KYSATS and DOATAP.

Academic requirements

You need to have your academic background documents for applying to the university or college you’ve chosen. This can be

  • Your high school diploma,
  • Your school results
  • Previous experience
  • English language requirements

Bearing in mind that these have to be written in English or Greek language. If they’re not in English, you need to have them officially translated into English. 

Documents required

Academic documents for undergraduate programs

  • A recognized High School Leaving Certificate or equivalent.
  • Some programs may have additional requirements, in which case they are specified separately under the relevant program details.

For a student to register directly for the programs conducted in English, they need to have

 

Qualifications

Grade

TOEFL

513 and above

Computer-based TOEFL

183 and above

Internet-based TOEFL

65 and above

IELTS

5.5 and above

Cambridge Exams [First Certificate]

B and above

Cambridge Exams [Proficiency Certificate

C and above

GCSE English Language “O” Level

C and above

Michigan Examination of Proficiency in English

Pass

Michigan Examination of Competency in English

Pass

 

But if you do not have any one of the above, don’t worry! You can register for your preferred course, and as soon you arrive. You will sit for an English placement test so the University can determine your level of English proficiency and provide extra English courses if necessary. 

Personal statement

Prepare your personal statement. It always helps. Here are some tips!

  • Make a draft without a character counter
  • Take your time
  • Find the perfect words and expressions
  • Concentrate on your strengths
  • Find the perfect opening sentence
  • Make it your own work, voice and ideas
  • Be honest in anything you say
  • Get someone to proofread your statement

Relax! Please don’t overdo it by reading it again and again. You’re done!