North Cyprus Student Guide
North Cyprus houses students from more than 50 countries including United Kingdom, Germany, Nigeria, Sudan, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Yemen, Oman, Turkey and more with 14 universities countrywide.
So, what is it like studying in North Cyprus?
North Cyprus is one of the moust beautiful islands of the world and it is a unique island to discover. Most of the universities are located close to beaches. You can find many activites to enjoy during your spare time.
Humay M-li, university student from Azerbaijan, studying in North Cyprus.
Sports in North Cyprus for StudentsIn North Cyprus, there are fitness centres where you can do cardio, body building, zumba etc… Addition to those you can play indoor and outdoor sports like tennis, basketball, football, handball. On the other hand, there are many companies that allow you to dospecial sports like diving, bike riding, mountain climbing, trekking, and other activities as well. In short, you won’t have any problems with sports activities.
Beach ActivitiesBeing a mediterranean island, North Cyprus has many beautiful beaches. If you are interested in water sports, North Cyprus provides a lot of opportunities.
North Cyprus Night LifeOn Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night life in North Cyprus is very active. That's right when you are off campus, there are quite a number of places to hang out. Pints starting from approximately £1.50 most North Cyprus bars pubs and clubs offer extensive entertainment opportunities. Open air clubs next to beaches are great when you want to dance till the sun-rise and get down to the beach afterwards.
Festivals and Carnivals for StudentsAll of the universities in North Cyprus hold annual festivals to provide entertainment to their students. During this period, famous artists and singers as well as the students themselves organize concerts and entertainment within the campuses.
The clubs, their facilities and activities are all established and run by the students themselves. Becoming involved in campus life is easy with the help of the clubs, which offer opportunities for students to explore new and existing cultural, educational and social interests. These clubs organize international seminars and conferences with the help of academic staff.