4 years

Starting Date


Tuition Fee

€ 6,834 per year


Nicosia, Cyprus

About the programme

At a time when many sectors are saturated with graduates who have a hard time finding a job in the specific field of their studies, there are programmes that combine a wide range of knowledge, critical thinking and the ability to communicate fluently in three or more languages, opening up many career prospects. Join the French and European Studies programme from University of Cyprus.

The Department of French and European Studies is one of the new, modern, small but dynamic Departments of the University of Cyprus that offers the above-mentioned strong combination with direct openings to society and the labour market. It provides its students with knowledge of the relevant scientific disciplines, comprehensive language skills, the cultivation of critical thinking and the ability to engage in intercultural dialogue.

A degree in French Language and Literature, which trains students in French Language and Literature and in the teaching of French as a Foreign Language, alongside the study of French society, cinema and culture. Graduates can pursue careers in teaching, journalism, domestic and foreign public services, and professional translation.

The programme of the Department of French and European Studies, with single access, and divided in two directions from the first year of study, leads to the award of one of the following two degrees, combining the classical scientific coverage of their field of study with the acquisition of updated knowledge and skills.

  1. The French Language and Literature specialisation area enables students to develop high-level communication skills in French, study French linguistics and culture, arts and cinema. Graduates can pursue careers in teaching, journalism, domestic and foreign public services, professional translation.
  2. Students in the Modern Languages and European Studies programme will develop advanced skills in French and/or English and/or German, will study European thought and culture and film studies. They will acquire a sound knowledge of humanities and social sciences as well as political science, on topics related to European studies.

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