Make sure you have the following documents with you before departing:
Copy of the Entry Permit (and/or visa stamped on passport)
Registration Letter by the University
Receipt of Payment of the Deposit to the University
Cash money minimum €2,000
Once you obtain approval from the Republic of Cyprus Immigration Services and your entry permit is granted you will receive a scanned copy via email. Please print this and keep it safe as the immigration services at the airport will request it upon entry into Cyprus.
This permit will be valid only for 15-20 days and within this period you must collect all the documents required to apply for the Student Pink Slip/ Student Visa Application. Failure to make an appointment with the Student Support Services immediately after your arrival may lead to a cancellation of your visa. The Student Support Services contact details can be found below:
Click here to see what documents you will need to collect within the first 15 days of your arrival.
The following charges will be applicable:
Pink slip application fee: €35
Pink Slip Card: €70
Medical Insurance: €130
Medical tests: €60
(Blood tests and x-rays must be repeated once a student arrives to the Republic of Cyprus. This is compulsory by Cyprus law and the immigration services will not compromise this requirement.)
Once your visa is issued (usually for a duration of 12 months from the date of first arrival to Cyprus) you will then need to renew it every year for as long as you are a student.
Click here to download the list of documents you will need for each renewal.
In accordance with the Migration Regulations and the Cyprus authorities, international students must attend their classes regularly. Students who do not or who do not register for an academic year will have to depart Cyprus.
Getting to the University/ Accommodation
The list does not include all Taxi services; only those with a website and 24 hour service:
If you plan on using the Intercity buses, please inform the library to assist you with obtaining a student bus pass.
Setting up your University account
Please check your personal email regularly, including any junk folders you might have, as you will be receiving further instructions and information about enrolment. If you would like to re-confirm or change the email address you have given us during your application, please do not hesitate to call us at 24 694044 or 24 694000, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will receive an email to your personal email address to ask you to activate your University email account. It is highly important to do this as soon as you receive this email.
Larnaka is Cyprus’ and one of Europes’ oldest souls; the longest continually inhabited region of the island, with a history that dates back 10,000 years, and the most centrally positioned, offering easy access to other regions.
And whilst it is rich in the ancient culture of hundreds of years of contrasting civilizations and architecture, Larnaka is also a thriving and modern European city that offers the best of all worlds.
Pyla is a village built northeast of the city of Larnaka. It is a community with a rich history and significant archaeological sites.
While strolling around Pyla, you will get to see important archaeological sites, a medieval tower, the Folk Art Museum, the Mosque, churches, the Cultural Centre, the old Police Station, as well as a beautiful beach offering several facilities.
Orientation sessions will be scheduled upon demand so please feel free to inform the Student Support Services and we will be able to organise an orientation session in Pyla, Larnaka or anywhere else on the island.
In case you would like to speak to someone regarding any issue concerning you or settling in please contact the Student Welfare Services.