European University Cyprus has six different schools which offer undergraduate degrees:
Founded in 1961, European University Cyprus (EUC) joined the Laureate network in 2005 and was granted university status in 2007. It is the first Greek university to be awarded the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) Label by the European Commission, one of only 40 European institutions with this distinction. EUC has a student enrolment of 5,300. European University Cyprus has a strong commitment to community service and environmental sustainability, as it continuously strives to be “Here for Good”.
EUC is located in Nicosia, Cyprus’ capital and largest city. The university is situated near the center of political, economic and cultural activity in the country. EUC has recently expanded and opened a new campus that can accommodate up to 7,000 students and consists of modern facilities, well-equipped laboratories, amphitheatre lecture halls, student apartments and entertainment venues.