VISA/ENTRY PERMIT REGULATIONS FOR NON-EU STUDENTS
All non-EU students who apply to the University of Limassol must obtain a visa to study in Cyprus. Upon receipt of all necessary paperwork and payment, the University will present the student’s documents to the Migration Authorities and the Ministry of Education for final approval.
Once the visa has been granted, the student will be notified and the visa will be issued in Cyprus. The student will also receive a copy of the visa, which will be necessary for their travels.
Certified copies of your Senior Secondary School Leaving Certificate, translated into English.
Certified copy of a recent letter from a bank and a bank statement indicating you have at least €7,000 in the account.
Certified copies of your University Degree and Transcripts also translated into English.
Certified copy of your passport.
Certified copy of a Health Certificate which will include Blood test results confirming that you do not suffer from Hepatitis B and C, HIV/AIDS and Syphilis and a Chest X-Ray report indicating that you do not suffer from Tuberculosis.
- Registration fee of €150 for undergraduate programs, €200 for graduate programs, (not included in tuition fees and non-refundable).
- Cost of subscriptions of €180 (for graduate programs).
- Tuition fee instalment (as mentioned in your admissions letter).
- Immigration deposit of €500 (refundable at the end of your studies).
- Entry visa fee of €100.
- Annual medical insurance fee of €110.
* Documents to become accepted by the migration authorities of the Republic of Cyprus for visa purposes, must be stamped by Notary Public, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country and by the Cyprus Consulate/Embassy in your country. Failing to comply with all the above will result to the cancelling of your admission.