Activities & Clubs
Student life is an important part of your university experience as it can offer a unique opportunity to develop your personality and communication skills and to make lifelong friends. Campus life at EUC focuses on the intellectual, occupational, social and cultural growth of students. You are encouraged to become involved in student clubs and organizations to make the most of your student life. Extra-curricular activities ranging from legal rhetoric debate competitions, cultural nights, stress release yoga and meditation, barbeques, parties, excursions and festivals are just a few ways that you will have an active and fun campus life that will give you lasting memories of your time at EUC.
Discover the many activities and services we offer to our students to make the most of their life at EUC.
- Airport pick-up services for new students
- Orientation Program for new students
- Welcome Back Party
- International Student Advisors for continued support
- Continuous self-development programs
- Erasmus+ student exchange program
- Student conferences and competitions
- Student clubs and associations
- Cultural activities, bazaars, exhibitions, excursions and festivals
- Indoor Athletic Center
- Fitness Center
- Athletic teams participating in various tournaments and leagues
- Music band, music events and concerts
The Basketball Club
The Basketball Club is open to everybody who has an interest in the game of basketball, despite skill and prior experience.
The Bowling Club has been created to bring bowling fans together through tournaments and outings.
The Dance Club is not only a group of dancers who share a passion for performing. It is also a group devoted to creativity, music and individual expression enriched by the multicultural identity and tradition of the club. The Dance Club performs at various events within and outside the University and is a key contributor to the Anti-Leukemia Association for which it has helped to raise over €56,000 through its Christmas performances.
The Hiking Club organizes trips to different locations and provides its members the opportunity to explore the trail paths of Cyprus. If you enjoy hiking, nature, and photography, join this active, multi-cultural, lively group.
The Music Club is one of the oldest and most active clubs organizing concerts, music performances participating in a range of social, cultural and philanthropic events on and off campus. The Club is a consistent contributor to the Anti-Leukemia Association for which it has helped raise over €56,000 in the last 12 years through its Christmas performances.
The shooting club invites all students who enjoy target practicing to join the Club. Being a member of this club will give you the opportunity to be trained on different types of shooting such as Skeet, Trap and Sporting and have Fun, Fun and more Fun!
The Yoga Club offers students and staff an oasis of relaxation from the busy University life. Yoga is a form of exercise that teaches awareness of relaxation and tension. By acquiring correct breathing techniques and concentration, one learns to reach deep relaxation. In addition, through a variety of postures, it generally strengthens and tones the body and increases flexibility. A qualified yoga instructor conducts all sessions. Participation is free of charge to all members and no previous experience is necessary.
The goals of the Club are:
-Participation in Academic / Research Activities (Conferences, Colloquia, Congresses).
-Promotion of the most significant developments of Biology, to the Public and the local society of Cyprus.
-Build Infrastructure for research purposes.
-Invitation of keynote speakers
The Business Society promotes greater understanding of the fast changing world of business through creative presentations and practical workshops on the latest developments. It also encourages students to take part in research, discuss current economic challenges, and invites key entrepreneurs to share their experiences with the Club.
Chamber Music & Guitar Club
The Club works to cultivate an appreciation of chamber music through concerts, master classes, and workshops, as well as encouraging members to form their own ensembles and chamber music groups. The Club also actively promotes European University Cyprus as a cultural ambassador, working with established local and international groups to organize events and community programs.
The Education Club brings together students interested in the role of education in society – schools, the educational system, teachers and their role in society and everyday life. Activities include movie screenings, discussions, lectures, seminars, workshops, volunteer activities, visits, trips and tours. Annual themes and activities are identified during the Club’s first meeting, usually held in early November.
The Erasmus Club supports the social and cultural integration of incoming Erasmus students at European University Cyprus. The Club organizes events of all kinds, ensuring that Erasmus students have fun, share their experiences and get to know Cyprus and Cypriot culture.
European University Cyprus Medical Student Society (EUCMSS)
The Club’s goals are:
– To represent the opinions and ideas of future health professionals in the field of global health, and works in collaboration with external partners.
– To expose medical students to humanitarian and global health issues, providing them with the opportunity to educate themselves and their peers.
– To create opportunities for medical students to take part in clinical and research exchanges worldwide.
– To create opportunities for active involvement of medical students to information and public awareness of health issues.
– To create opportunities for education and skills development of medical students.
– To provide a framework in which medical student projects can be initiated, developed and implemented.
– To connect and engage every day with medical students from other local medical schools (Cyprus Medical Student Association (CyMSA)).
– To connect and engage with other national medical student organizations around the globe (International Federation of Medical Student Association (IFMSA) and European Medical Students Association (EMSA)).
– To facilitate partnerships between the medical student community and international organizations working on health, education and medicine.
– To assist integration of new medical students into the university both academically and socially.
– To always be there to support and listen to every student regarding their struggles or suggestions for improvements.
– To promote opportunities for volunteering and expansion of social contribution.
– To create a beneficial and wholesome social surrounding and social network, to help overcome obstacles and facilitate students life.
IEEE EUC Club
The IEEE EUC Student club is part of and promotes membership to the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers the biggest international academic and professional organization in the areas of Computer Science and Engineering. The club aims at introducing students to the latest in the forefront of technology and promoting their active involvement with the subject, by participation to student competitions, lectures, seminar and field trips.
The Law Society promotes student interaction with professional associations and leading law firms in Cyprus, as well as organizing moots and debates to build members’ communication skills. The Society also offers pro bono advisory services to university students.
The Club provides a safe space for LGBTQ+ students to express their sexual and gender identities freely. The club organizes social events, including an annual mixer, and hosts guest lectures on relevant themes, as well as increasing representation with political campaigning in society at large. Straight and cisgender allies who believe in a fairer society are also welcome to join these campaigns and the society. The club will also provide help for any student experiencing discrimination or need help in accessing counseling services.
Music Education Club
The Music Education Club offers students of music education, pre-primary, and primary education a range of practical, enjoyable activities aimed at expanding their skills as music educators. Members can learn the basics of musical instruments used in schools (i.e. guitar, xylophone, baglamas, and classroom percussion instruments), as well as taking part in and/or conducting a student ensemble of Orff instruments. The Club also hosts guest musicians and music educators; organizes discussions on the philosophical, methodological, and practical dimensions of music education; and provides opportunities to get acquainted with the music of other cultures.
Nutrition and Dietetic Society (NDS)
The aim of the Club is to provide students with information on the role of nutritionists and dieticians, information on issues of professional development as well as to engage students in participating in lectures and professional development activities, public service programs (volunteering) in order to gain leadership experience and skills throughout the year.
Office Administration Club
The purpose of this club is to help students majoring in the field to enhance their horizons by attending lectures and seminars, visiting various companies and encouraging future secretaries to develop their potential.
The aim of the physiotherapy club is to promote healthy living for all, to organize volunteering work, to promote physiotherapy’s importance and attend educational seminars and other events.
Piano Pedagogy Club
The Piano Pedagogy Club works to strengthen the qualifications and teaching techniques of students interested in teaching the piano. The group focuses on individual and group teaching, the educational system, and child psychology, organizing workshops, lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and visits to local conservatories. Activities explore pedagogical issues related to teaching students from the beginning to the advanced level, helping members to prepare for their future careers. The club also organizes recitals every semester, offering members the opportunity to present their work.
The Robotics Club helps members acquire the programming skills and knowledge of the hardware required to build and program robots capable of executing tasks autonomously. The Club also organizes on-campus competitions between members’ robot creations, as well as taking part in international contests.
Sign Language Club
The Sign Language Club provides an opportunity for students to learn sign language and experience the rich and proud heritage of deaf culture. By helping to overcome the communication barrier between deaf and hearing people, the Club aims to build an understanding and respect that will bring the two closer together.
Speech and Language Club
The Speech and Language Club brings together students interested in helping those for whom everyday communication is a challenge. Club activities include training programs, awareness days, fundraisings, discussion sessions, lectures, seminars, visits, trips, and tours. The club also hosts guest speakers from Cyprus and abroad, helping members to gain a fuller understanding of intercultural and interpersonal communication.
Intercultural Communication Club
The goal of the Intercultural Communication Club is to attract international and Cypriot students who are devoted to promoting international friendships, learning about, improving intercultural relations and creating stronger bonds among different cultures.
EUC Volunteer’s Society
The EUC Volunteers society aims to help develop a volunteering spirit among students at this university. It offers support to students already involved in charity work and social activism, and coordinate with external groups to provide students with opportunities to volunteer, both with small-scale one-day events and with longer-term work. Members of this Club will also have the chance to attend Presentations with speakers from charities, NGOs and informal networks with a need for helpers, and be aware of national and international networks with which they can work.
The Psychology Club is dedicated to enhancing the appreciation of the field of psychology through a variety of social, educational and research activities.
Ένθα – A periodical of Contemporary Legal Issues
The members review law articles for this student Law Review Magazine, which is published in electronic and printed format semiannually. The review analyzes and provides comments on law cases and flash news of legal actuality written exclusively by law students. The Editorial board is made up of faculty members from the Department of Law. Entha Student Law Publication is also a useful resource of information on contemporary legal issues. Participation in Entha gives the opportunity to students to achieve a valuable professional experience, which may be helpful in their future careers.
Dr. Philippe Jougleux,
Assistant Professor, Law Department
Tel: + 357 22559540