Transfer Students

Students who have started their university education elsewhere and wish to apply for admission to European University Cyprus as transfer students must submit the documents listed below, in electronic form to admit@euc.ac.cy, prior to the beginning of the semester.

  • Completed application form together with a non-refundable fee of €52. Apply online here.
  • Official transcripts of all academic records from each institution previously attended, including high school, college, or university
  • Official course descriptions or syllabus, in English, for all work completed at the college or university previously attended.

An official transfer credit evaluation will be made only if all of the above items have been submitted to the Office of Admissions.

 

Transfer Credit Evaluation Policy

 

After having completed all procedures required for admission as a transfer student and before the student enrolls, the Department of Enrollment will issue the applicant a statement of credits. Credit is awarded for a pass on a course(s) deemed equivalent to European University Cyprus courses.

 

 

Credit may be awarded as parallel credit, where the course involved at least the same amount of class time and approximately the same content as the University’s equivalent; or as an elective, where the course was related to the student's major and/or career goals. Credit is also normally accepted even if a specific course is not offered at European University Cyprus.

 

Candidates who have successfully completed subjects at GCE A-level may be awarded transfer credits, depending on their field of study. In such cases, the number of transfer credits awarded to an undergraduate student cannot exceed 12.

 

Transfer credits are not included in the calculation of GPA. Students applying for transfer credit must submit a Transfer Credit Evaluation form to the Department of Enrollment, together with a non-refundable fee of €52.

 

Holders of a Bachelor’s degree taught in English, are exempted from ENG103- Instruction in Expository Writing and COM101-Public Speaking and/or Communication elective.