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Law OPEN DAY – 27 Sept.

Evening Awareness Program LEGAL

Thursday, September 27, 2012 (time 18:00 to 20:00)

at the campus of UCLan Cyprus

(Pyla, Larnaca)

The University UCLan Cyprus invites you to attend the information evening ‘s program in Law, organized by the University’s next Thursday, September 27, 2012, between the hours of 18:00 to 20:00.

Learn all about the courses of the Faculty of UCLan Cyprus, from the excellent academic staff of the University, as well as important information for economic, personal and professional support. The Law School will combine education in English and Cypriot law so that graduates have the ability to be aware not only of the two systems of law, but also understanding all the legal terminology in both English and Greek language.


  • The Law Degree (LLB) of UCLan Cyprus is the only one in Cyprus that has been certified by the Joint Academic Council (JASB) of England and Wales. The JASB represents the Authority Lawyers & Legal Advisors and Bar Standard Board (the regulatory bodies for lawyers and solicitors in England and Wales).With this very important certification Law at UCLAN Cyprus, recognized as a high degree law degree, and an exemption from the academic stage of professional legal training for those wishing to be Legal advice and / or lawyers.

  • The University of Central Lancashire has been recognized as one of the best law schools in the UK and internationally. This was confirmed recently by entering UCLAN TO FIRST 200 Universities for Law in the World Rankings “QS 2012”.

€ 7,000 tuition per year, and additional state funding to € 3,417

Celebrating both the creation of the newest campus in Europe and the modern buildings of the University in Larnaca, the UCLan Cyprus decided to provide a generous subsidy to all students who register for the next academic year. The subsidy of € 2,950 a year removed from the existing tuition. Each student will pay only € 7,000 for each year of studying, rather than the current amount of € 9,950 per annum. Sponsorship is offered only to students who will enroll this year at UCLan Cyprus (academic year 2012/13) as well as for students who will register this year for the next academic year (2013/14). Additionally, students can apply for state sponsorship to € 3,417 per year of study. The UCLan Cyprus will work on October 2, 2012 in Pyla, Larnaca.

Info: 24812121, [email protected] , www.uclancyprus.ac.cy .