Cyprus boasts several international educational establishments that are fully accredited globally. The tropical region’s splendid cuisine and renowned accommodations makes it a great locale for learning.

The education sector has been growing steadily in Cyprus over the last 3 decades. The exotic location attracts people in scores giving it a robust hospitality sector. The spillage from general European travel to Cyprus adds to its already admirable rate of visitors. Cyprus relies heavily on tourism and in recent years, have shown a penchant for producing remarkable BHM students.

With top level universities, the Cypriots have developed an effective education sector that attempts to provide students with an active learning experience. Its global competitiveness in the tourism sector is sure to make great training ground for students worldwide.

Cyprus boats a high literacy rate and about half of its current population are said to have achieved some form of higher education. This intellectual climate of the country is perfect for young students to learn and absorb. Its international community reinforces the ideas of global education and is sure to expose its students to a variety of cultures and lifestyles.

The rich cuisine and vegetation of the region is also sure to satisfy any culinary interests. The diversity of the Mediterrenean flavors and spices is sure to surprise and educate students of more global palettes. An educational career in Cyprus would allow students to taste the world, so to speak.

Many notable people have achieved international success thanks to the Cyprus education system. Some notable examples are:
Economist Sir Christopher Antoniou Pissarides
Nobel Prize Nominee Osman Türkay
Prof. Nicos L. Kartakoullis
Scholar Chrysostomos Loizos "Max" Nikias

Cyprus has a blend of Greek and Turkish cultures and its official languages are Greek and Turkish. The Greek Cypriots are mostly Orthodox Christians while the Turkish Cypriots are traditionally Sunni Muslims.French, Byzantine, Ottoman, Italian, Middle Eastern, and Catalan cuisines shape the Cypriot cuisine and the relatively small proximity of the island leads to a homely feel similar to that of a native village. The rich history of Cyprus and its aged artforms is sure to be of great interest to any student as well.