Provide copies of your High Leaving School certificate and other supporting documents (in native language & in English). Undergraduate Applicants – School leaving certificate & mark sheet – English language qualification (IELTS or IGCSE or any other equivalent)
-ID card or passport copy
Postgraduate Applicants – Bachelor degree & transcripts – School leaving certificate & mark sheet – English language qualification (IELTS or IGCSE or any other equivalent) – Personal statement – Curriculum Vitae (CV) – Two reference letters
Once the University has received all the above required documents via email along with the application fee, the UCLan Cyprus Admissions Department will proceed with an official evaluation and if the application is succesful, will issue a Conditional/Unconditional Offer Letter stating the terms & conditions of your admission for the programme you are applying for.
Payment of €50 application fee (non-refundable). Methods of payment can be found below:
METHODS OF PAYMENT All payments should be made in Euros (€), to the University’s bank account or via electronic payment:
NOTES: 1. In case you still do not have your School leaving certificate (for Undergraduates) or your Bachelor degree (for Postgraduates) you can provide the latest mark sheet you have and a conditional offer letter will be issued to secure your place at UCLan Cyprus.
2. In case you do not have an accredited English language qualification, we offer our own UCLan Cyprus English language test as an equivalent qualification. We also offer Intensive English Language courses which quickly enhance your English level. Please see more information here.
3. For LLB and BA (Hons) English Language Studies a minimum of 5.5 IELTS or equivalent is required.
4. Students who do not meet the minimum entry criteria may be accepted subject to an interview from the Head of School of the programme of study they are applying for.
5. Students whose native language is English or have completed their High School education in English need to provide appropriate evidence.