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Discussion in 'General - Cyprus Students Chats' started by Aseda, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Aseda

    Aseda Active ChatMate Moderator Watchout - Actively Moderating Privileged

    The Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) located in Northern Cyprus, was established in 1979 as a higher-education institution of technology for Turkish Cypriots. In 1986, it was converted to a state university. The campus is located within the city of Famagusta and is a member of the Caucasus University Association in Cyprus. EMU is only one of five universities in the region to have been awarded the prestigious ABET (Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology) in the field of engineering.

    EMU continues to provide quality education to students, both local and international students. To apply, make sure you have the following necessary documents.

    Procedures for Residence Permit in North Cyprus

    These processes will be done AFTER you arrive for your studies.

    · Immigration fees for 1 Year 107.50 TL

    · Student Certificate from University

    · Original Passport and photocopy of the relevant pages. (First Page (with photo), the page that show expiring date, information page)

    · 1 Passport size photograph

    · Dormitory record sheet (i.e. permit to live in dormitory)

    · Brand Stamp valued 11.20 T

    · Original Health Reports: For Newly Registered Students (blood tests and Lung X-Ray) 135 TL.

    If your health reports are incomplete or you do not have any as an international student, then the local governor will send you to the state hospital for medical tests. It may take up to 5-6 days to get the results. For Turkish Students who come from Turkey, medical reports need to be taken at Turkish state hospital.

    For graduate programmes, applicants can apply throughout the year, until one month prior to the beginning of each semester. Prospective applicants are therefore, advised to make their applications by the end of December or August for Spring and Fall semesters respectively. Application deadlines are announced on the web site of the university and on that of the Registrar's Office. Prospective applicants are required to apply online.

    Visa and Travel Procedures

    international students can get to Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) by air or sea travel. All flights to Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) are connected through Turkey. This means even the final destination is TRNC and all flights first stop at Turkey. There are regular flights from the major cities in Turkey (Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Adana, Antalya) to TRNC and this only takes between 75 to 45 minutes’ journey time.

    Visa applications can be completed either to TRNC Representative Office (http://www.trncinfo.com) or to Turkish Embassy or Delegation in your country. You can follow this link to facilitate your visa acquisition process; (http://www.mfa.gov.tr). The tuition fee stated on the acceptance letter must be paid first before applying for the visa. A copy of the payment slip must then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office for a confirmation of your acceptance to be sent to the Turkish / TRNC Embassy in your country.

    International students must be careful not to pay any tuition fees to agents or consultants. For more information on application processes, you can contact cyprusuni.com
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  2. Manny Obeng

    Manny Obeng Leading ChatmMate Moderator Watchout - Actively Moderating Privileged

    As i scrolled through the requirements, my curiosity got the best of me here. What exactly is a lung x-ray needed for?
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  3. Didi

    Didi Leading ChatmMate Moderator Watchout - Actively Moderating Privileged

    Hi hi Aseda, who pays for these medical tests? The student or the school??? Or better still, medical insurance covers? If so, is the medical insurance part of the school fees?

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