The University of Nicosia Medical School Pioneering Medical Education in Cyprus and the Region
The University of Nicosia has pioneered medical education in Cyprus, establishing the first Medical School in the country in 2011. Seven years on, the Medical School has become renowned in Cyprus and abroad for its innovative and quality education. It has more than 740 students from 58 countries, 132 academic and administrative staff, and 496 clinical part-time teaching staff. Its programmes include not only medical degree but also postgraduate courses aimed at working professionals that are delivered entirely online.
Postgraduate Online Programmes in Healthcare Administration & Public Health
Ideal for working professionals and new graduates
The Master of Science in Health Services Administration prepares students for a leadership position in this rapidly growing and ever-changing field, with a multi-disciplinary curriculum accommodating individual professional advancement goals. The Master Public Health addresses critical policy issues and public health challenges in developed and developing countries, with an opportunity to specialize in a broad range of public health topics
- Fully online degrees from the first university in the European Union to earn a 5-Star rating for online/distance learning.
- Study full-time or part-time.
- Opportunity to sample the programme through a free 1-week trial.
- Scholarships available.
Two medical degrees and a postgraduate course for Family Doctors:
MBBS – 4-year graduate-entry British medical degree awarded by St George’s, University of London, quality assured by the UK General Medical Council
MD – 6-year medical degree for high school graduates, certified and quality approved by the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture
PG / MSc in Family Medicine – Postgraduate Programme offered online for practising doctors. The Postgraduate Diploma has received educational accreditation from the UK Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), and students with the requisite clinical experience can take the examinations in Cyprus to become International Members of the RCGP
Tracking the Career Advancement of our Graduates
The success of a medical school’s graduates reflects that institution’s quality of education. Of the Medical School’s 255 graduates so far (2015 – 2018), 252 or 99% have already been offered positions at over 200 medical centres around the world for residency training and research.
These include medical centres such as John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, St Mary’s Hospital, King’s College Hospital and the University College Hospital in London, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston (Harvard University affiliated), Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Mount Sinai in New York, and the University of Toronto and Dalhousie University in Canada. This recognition by the global medical community is a testament to the high-quality education offered by the first and largest Medical School in Cyprus.