Computing and especially software is eating the world: the largest bookseller (Amazon), the largest video service (Netflix) the largest marketing & business intelligence company (Google) are all software companies1.

Computing includes the top 3 skills required to succeed in the future working environment: Complex Problem Solving, Critical Thinking and Creativity. It is also thought to be the top industrial sector for 2020, as claimed by the highly acclaimed World Economic Forum.2

The demand for computing professionals is high, greatly exceeding the supply. This has triggered initiatives such as the CodeWeek in Europe and the Hour of Code in the United States with the aim of encouraging more young students to take an interest in coding. Our staff have also launched the highly successful Code Cyprus initiative to promote the value of coding & computing in Cyprus.


Out of the top 25 jobs voted to be 'hot skills' on LinkedIn, 18 were IT related3


Very high graduate prospects, with demand exceeding the supply4


Computing specialists enjoy high salaries5

  1. Marc Andreessen, Why Software Is Eating the World published in The Wall Street Journal on August 20, 2011.
  2. Jeff Desjardins, 10 skills you'll need to survive the rise of automation published on World Economic Forum's website, July 2, 2018.
  3. LinkedIn: The 25 Hottest Skills That Got People Hired in 2014
  4. ACM: Europe Faces 800,000 Shortfall in Skilled ICT Workers by 2020
  5. The Complete University Guide: What Do Graduates Earn?



The Computing programme at UCLan Cyprus offers some unique advantages:

  • Standards based curriculum. The programme design is informed by the QAA's Subject Benchmark Statement: Computing6. This means the content of the programme is based on best practices in the UK higher education sector. Also, the programme derives from the significant expertise of UCLan UK while being informed by the latest industry needs (from Europe, UK, US, and of course Cyprus).
  • Accredited. Our programme is accredited by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT7, as meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered IT Professional, and by BCS, on behalf of the Engineering Council, as meeting the academic requirement for Incorporated Engineer and partially meeting the academic requirement for Chartered Engineer.
  • Industry-oriented specializations. Keeping up with developments in the industry, our course includes a number of purposely-designed modules enabling our students to specialize in Software Engineering, Games Development and Network Technology.
  • Academic Staff. The academic staff of the course is research active in a wide range of computing-related topics. Furthermore they are trained to be effective educators, with all of them having reached or working towards the title of Fellow of the HEA8.
  • Strong Quality Assurance. The BSc(Hons) Computing is accredited both by the UK's QAA9 and Cyprus' ECPU10, allowing us to offer a degree from both UCLan UK as well as UCLan Cyprus (that's why our graduates get a doubly-awarded degree).
  • International outlook. Our students enjoy many educational and employment opportunities abroad, such as funded summer internships in Europe through IAESTE and Erasmus11, and industrial year placements12. Furthermore, our students can opt to spend their Year 2 or Year 3 at UCLan at Preston, UK. Read how our students experienced these opportunities.
  • Real world skills. Our programme has modules aligned with professional certificates12 from CISCO and the Linux Professional Institute, allowing our students to strengthen their CV even before graduation.
  1. The QAA's (Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education) Subject Benchmark Statement: Computing
  2. British Computer Society - List of accredited institutions/courses
  3. Fellow HEA - The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
  4. QAA - The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
  5. The Cyprus Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Higher Education (DI.P.A.E.) - UCLan Cyprus accreditation
  6. UCLan Cyprus students have been highly successful in securing competitive summer internships with the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, Association (IAESTE) and the ERASMUS student exchange programme.
  7. The BSc(Hons) Computing programme offers an optional sandwich mode where the students can work at an industrial placement for one year, before their final year of studies.
  8. Our modules are aligned with the following CISCO certificates: CCNA Introduction to Networks (Intermediate), CCNA Switching, Routing and Wireless Essentials (Intermediate), and CCNA Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation (Advanced), and also with the LPI Essentials certificate by the Linux Professional Institute.
Software Engineering · Games Development · Network and Security
British Computer Society · Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber (ETEK)
Highly Research Active · Certified teaching skills · Student Centered
Tailored to the high standards of UK higher education · Industry Oriented · Strong support for Placements & Internships


BSc(Hons) Computing

A range of careers opens to students upon completion of their degree. These include roles in business requirements analysis, design and development of database-backed systems, development of web and mobile applications, computer games development, system testing and management, wired and wireless networks management, network security, and many more. Moreover, the broad skills that our students acquire enable them to remain competitive in the fast evolving area of computing technology.

The BSc(Hons) Computing enables you to specialize in:

  • Software Engineering
    Develop software development skills in a practical hands-on way on this engaging specialization. You will cover a range of technologies - from mobile phones to enterprise applications - across the whole software development lifecycle, from understanding requirements through to design and implementation and testing.
  • Computer Games Development
    Channel your love of computer games into your dream career. This specialization will prepare you to work as part of a multi-skilled team, producing high quality, innovative and exciting games to tight deadlines. You learn by doing, using the high performance kit in our Games Laboratory.
  • Computer Networks and Security
    This practice-based specialization will prepare you for a career in an exciting industry that, thanks to new ideas, applications, security threats and constantly evolving technology, is a fascinating area to work in. It includes the latest developments in wired and wireless networking and security, underpinned by relevant theory to offer a broad view of the networking industry.

Our programme is accredited by the British Computer Society (BCS) and our graduates receive the title of Chartered IT Professional (CITP).

  Get the BSc(Hons) Computing   factsheet
  Watch the short video Study Computing at UCLan Cyprus   (33 seconds).

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MSc Computing

This course enhances students' employment prospects in the IT field, and further develops the skills they obtained in their undergraduate degree. The skills acquired can lead to a range of careers in computing specialisations that are in high demand even outside the technology sector, such as networks and IT security.

Specializations in:

  • IT Security & Networking
  • Mobile & Web Development
  • IT Management in Business

  Get the MSc Computing   factsheet

Check the website for more details

MSc Cybersecurity

Typically, Cybersecurity professionals can be employed by telecommunication, IT and technology companies, network operators and network equipment vendors, consultancy agencies and government departments, as well as any other organisation that needs to protect its IT infrastructure and operations. Cybersecurity is part of nearly every discipline from defence and intelligence to healthcare and aerospace.

Also available as Distance Learning.

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MSc Data Analytics

This course is designed to provide graduates and working professionals with skills that enable them to organise, analyse, explore, interpret and visualise their data, as well as acquire practical experience with modern tools. These skills can be used in virtually every industry domain that uses data, such as Banking, Consumer, Healthcare, Energy, Manufacturing, Technology, etc. Additionally, the course provides a multitude of career options in both national and international data analytics companies.

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Our programme is delivered by a blend of tenured faculty and associate lecturers. This allows us to deliver a programme that builds on the best from both academia and industry. The academic faculty involved in the delivery of the BSc(Hons) Computing programme are:

Louis Nisiotis

Louis Nisiotis, Ph.D., Fellow HEA — Course leader of BSc Computing
 LNisiotis at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4144 ·  web ·  room #126 ·  orcid

VR/AR/MR/XR, Immersive Learning Technologies, Cyber-Physical-Social-Systems.

Andri Piki

Andrie Piki, Ph.D., Assoc. Fellow HEA — Deputy course leader of BSc Computing
 APiki at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4067 ·  web ·  room #126 ·  orcid

Educational Technology, Instructional Design, and Academic Writing.

Irene Polycarpou

Prof. Irene Polycarpou, Ph.D., Fellow HEA — Rector
 IPolycarpou at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4048 ·  web ·  room #133

Educational technologies, Interactive multimedia for education, Instructional software, Participatory software design, eLearning, Computer Science curriculum, Student cognition and learning styles, K-12 mathematics and STEM education.

Nearchos Paspallis

Assoc. Prof. Nearchos Paspallis, Ph.D., Fellow HEA — Head of School of Sciences
 NPaspallis at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4091 ·  web ·  room #141 ·  orcid

Software engineering and distributed systems, Mobile and pervasive computing systems, Gamification as a means for student engagement and behaviour change, Responsible Research and Innovation.

Panayiotis Andreou

Assoc. Prof. Panayiotis Andreou, Ph.D., Assoc. Fellow HEA — Course leader of MSc Data Analytics
 PGAndreou at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4085 ·  web ·  room #141 ·  orcid

Data Management for Systems and Networks, Information Systems, Adaptive Computing, ICT services for eHealth and Ambient Assisted Living, Adaptive Systems.

Josephina Antoniou

Assist. Prof. Josephina Antoniou, Ph.D., Fellow HEA — Course leader of MSc Computing and MSc Cybersecurity
 JAntoniou at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4094 ·  web ·  room #137

Decision-Making for Problem Solving using Game Theory, Baeysian Principles and Cooperative Strategies, Cloud Computing, Quantification of user experience, Science in education, Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT.

Andria Procopiou

Andria Procopiou, Ph.D. — Deputy course leader of MSc Cybersecurity
 AProcopiou at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4031 ·  web ·  room #126

IoT/Smart Cities Security and Privacy, Extemism/Online Hate Analysis, Disinformation, Intrusion Detection, Machine/Deep Learning, Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI), Adversarial Machine Learning.

Andreas Savva

Andreas Savva, Ph.D.
 ASavva3 at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4034 ·  web ·  room #125

Many-core Architectures, Networks on Chip and ways of minimizing power consumption in networks and reliability, Uses of Artificial Neural Networks for prediction, Performance improvement of overlay networks with caching algorithms.

Andreas Pamboris

Andreas Pamboris, Ph.D., Assoc. Fellow HEA
 APamboris at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4046 ·  web ·  room #126

Systems, Distributed Systems, Software Engineering, Mobile & Wearable Computing, Mobile Cloud Computing.

Vered Aharonson

Prof. Vered Aharonson, Ph.D.
 VAharonson at uclan.ac.uk ·  2469 4000 ·  web ·  room #126

Intelligent interfaces for Human-computer interaction, Emotion recognition in speech and facial expressions, Automated detection and monitoring of diseases and disorders from voice, face and gesture analysis.

Furthermore, a number of associate lecturers is involved in the delivery of specialized modules, bringing their expertise from the areas of telecoms, image/video compression and processing, forensic computing, computer security, software engineering, and artificial intelligence.


  • Feb 23rd, 2023
    The BSc Hons Computing programme has successfully completed its re-accreditation by the BCS (British Computing Society).
    The programme was commended for:
    • Good industry engagement and partnerships in all levels creating good opportunities for students.
    • EDI activities.
    • Links with research and feeding into the programme.
    • Staff having to be at minimum Fellows of the HEA.
    The BSc Hons Computing team strives to ensure the programme is compliant with the latest technological and ethical standards, and that it is well aligned with the needs of the industry. The BCS accreditation provides an additional check that the programme is well-designed and fit for the modern world.

  • Feb 10th, 2023
    Dr. Panayiotis Andreou, Assoc. Prof. in Data Management, participated in the UN’s informal consultations with stakeholders and member states as part of the Global Digital Compact.
    Within his 3 minute consultation he highlighted how "proper data management can ensure fairness and transparency in governmental processes and protocols, providing people with options as to how their data is used and assuring that processes are ethical, fair and transparent. At the same time, we need to ensure that utilization of technology allows for freedom of expression, promotes inclusivity, prevents fragmentation and there is accountability for the way technology is used.Dr. Panayiotis Andreou, Assoc. Prof. in Data Management, participated in the UN’s informal consultations with stakeholders and member states as part of the Global Digital Compact.

  • Oct 26th, 2022
    Dr. Andria Procopiou, Lecturer in Cybersecurity, delivered an insightful speech on Privacy Concerns in Smart Indoor Environments in the post Covid-19 era. Challenges and Solutions at the 2nd Cyber Security Conference, where UCLan Cyprus is a partner.
    Dr. Andria Procopiou, Lecturer in Cybersecurity, delivered an insightful speech on 'Privacy Concerns in Smart Indoor Environments in the post Covid-19 era. Challenges and Solutions' at the 2nd Cyber Security Conference
    [2nd Cybersecurity Conference ]

  • Oct, 2022
    The 2nd UCLanians Game Dev Showcase Event took place at UCLan Cyprus with great success!
    Our game development specialisation students studying on the BSc Computing had the opportunity to showcase their work over the 2021-22 year, demonstrating games and high-res and realism 3D computer graphics they have produced as part of assignments, final year projects, research and personal projects. It was also amazing to see such a great turnround on the audience, having students and people from the local gaming industry, who participated and had the chance to speak with our students! Looking forward to our next event in late May.
    [2nd UCLanians Game Dev Showcase   ]

  • May, 2022
    UCLan Cyprus student a winner at the First European Coding Challenge Powered by Huawei.
    After his win Alex, a 3rd year student at BSc Hons Computing, stated "I have once again proven myself that programming is not just knowledge and experience - It is very much the ability to rapidly adjust, research and find information useful to the task." UCLan Cyprus wins first place in Logipegnion computer games development competition
    [First European Coding Challenge Powered by Huawei   ]

  • May, 2022
    UCLan Cyprus students secure first place in national game development challenge Logipaignion.
    UCLan Cyprus wins first place in Logipegnion computer games development competition
    The BSc Computing team and the Rays and Vectors game studio are proud to announce that our 3rd year Computer Game Development students Dimitris Dimitriou and Nicolas Nouhi, together with their friend Christoforos Nicolaou (student at the University of Cyprus) have participated and achieved the 1st place at the Annual Pancyprian Computer Game Development Challenge Logipaignion, with their prototype game called The Elementalists.
    [Logipaignion 2022 article in Phileleftheros (in Greek)   ]

  • Jan, 2022
    Launch of the Rays and Vectors student-led game studio.
    Rays and Vectors is our in-house educational and student-led game studio here at UCLan Cyprus. The aim of this game studio is to provide our game developer students with a workplace simulation environment to help them experience the needs and processes of the gaming industry and help them develop the necessary skills to become highly skilled professional game developers.
    The Rays and Vectors studio will be embedded into the culture of our Game Development specialised modules and will be integrated as part of internships and assessment(s) where appropriate and feasible. Students will be engaging in a collaborative simulation environment (or independently) to develop high quality 3D computer games, as well as looking into technologies such as Virtual Reality, 3D modelling, Computer Graphics, Photogrammetry, 3D data capture and processing and other.
    [rays-and-vectors-game-studio   ]

  • May 12-13th, 2021
    Two student teams from our BSc Computing programme have received praise at the IEEE ICIR student competition.
    Aimilios Hadjiliasis and Floris Alexandrou achieved the 2nd place by developing with An intelligent & Immersive Virtual Museum using Multi-Agent Intelligent NPCs.
    Alex Vanellis and Christos Gregoriou have developed a beautiful AI powered virtual museum of the history of computers, got a good score and received very good feedback from the reviewers.
    Furthermore, our own staff Dr Louis Nisiotis was among the winners of the professional track of the same competition.
    You can see videos of these projects at the following link.
    [link, ]

  • December 14-16th, 2020
    UCLan Cyprus and InSPIRE Center organize an exciting workshop which elevates the creative and developmental skills of computer games developers. The workshop is developed and delivered by Svyatoslav Torick, an ex-Wargaming employee. It consists of hands-on sessions which guide the game owner to successfully walk the way from basic idea to enriched concept. The process is based on a 'cut and slice' method, alternating analytics and brainstorm sessions. [link, ]

  • November 20th, 2020
    The BSc (Hons) Computing programme has partnered with Cyprus-based proto.io to bring its world-class prototyping tool to UCLan Cyprus’ students. Prototyping is a core phase in mobile app development and the use of proto.io’s advanced tool offers invaluable experience students aspiring to become mobile developers. [link]

  • October 5th, 2020
    The Cyprus High Commission in the UK celebrates the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus with a series of online cultural events. Lecturer of Computing, Dr Louis Nisiotis participates in one of the live panel discussions entitled TOGETHER/APART: GOING NEW PLACES, discussing technology and the arts in the time of Covid-19. [link]

  • August 21st, 2020
    Assistant Professor Panayiotis Andreou is featured in a Research Outreach article discussing How the InSPIRE Center at UCLan Cyprus brings together academics and industry. [link, ]

  • July 30th, 2020
    BSc Computing graduates Christos Amyrotos and Artem Osmolovskiy won second place in the Cyprus Digital Champion 2020 competition. Christos Amyrotos (currently MPhil towards PhD at UCLan Cyprus and employed at InSPIRE) and Artem Osmolovskiy (currently working towards an MSc in Data Analytics at UCLan Cyprus, and employed at InSPIRE) developed a Building Management Software (BoMoCo). [link]

  • October 7th, 2019
    BSc Computing students Floris Alexandrou and Marios Miltiadous completed paid summer internships in Croatia. Floris developed neural network-based algorithms for controlling drones/submarines at the University of Split and Marios worked on an efficient methodology for finite element method based structural analysis of marine structures at the University of Zagreb, both via the IAESTE programme. [link]

  • December 11th, 2018
    PhD student Nicos Kasenides received award for his thesis work by the Cyprus Youth Organization. [link]

  • July 2nd, 2018
    Irene Polycarpou, Professor in Technology and Innovation in Education (Chair) and Panayiotis Andreou, Assistant Professor in Computing (Programme chair) host prestigeous ACM conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE) at UCLan Cyprus. [link]

  • June 20th, 2018
    George Nicou, BSc(Hons) Computing class of 2017 and presently MSc Data Analytics student received two awards in the Cyprus Digital Championship 2018 competition: 3rd place in the Student Category for his thesis project CodeAdventure, and 2nd place in the Start-up Category for his participation in the start-up Brain Games as the lead developer. [link]

  • March 26th, 2018
    ACM-W Chair and Assistant Professor in Computing, School of Sciences Dr Josephina Antoniou features once again on the Association for Computing Machinery. [link]

  • February 26th, 2018
    A delegation by the British Computer Society (BCS) visited our UCLan Cyprus campus and accredited our BSc(Hons) Computing programme, making our graduates eligible for the title of Chartered IT Professional (CITP) . [link]

  • February 12th, 2018
    BSc(Hons) Computing student Christos Amyrotos secured a highly competitive internship under the 2018 IAESTE placement programme at SIM in Belgium. [link]

  • January 18th, 2018
    Course leader of the MSc Cybersecurity programme, Dr Eliana Stavrou was appointed as the new expert Advisory Panel Member by Oxford University. [link]

  • January 17th, 2018
    MSc Computing graduate Alberto Bullo was interviewed by Linux.com of the Linux Foundation. [link]

  • January 12th, 2018
    Senior BSc(Hons) Computing students Nicos Kasenides and Christos Argyrides received awards for their thesis work by the Cyprus Youth Organization. [link]

  • November 21st, 2017
    Assistant Professor Dr Josephina Antoniou was featured in the 'People of ACM European Chapters'. [link]

  • June 25th, 2017
    MSc Computing students Maria Marnerou, Pantelitsa Marnerou and Alexia Hadjiouraniou won the Maze Solving challenge at the 1st Cyprus Robotex competition. [link]

  • April 28th, 2017
    BSc(Hons) Computing student Ernesta Grigaytite was selected by GEANT to represent Cyprus networking students in the TNC17 conference, with a fully funded trip to Austria. [link]



Testimonial from Salah - works at Nielsen, Amsterdam


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
Works at Nielsen, Rotterdam

I believe the programme gives you the right tools to continue growing by yourself once the degree finishes by teaching you how to learn new materials. The academics interest and support is phenomenal and it goes beyond the lectures scope and will get you motivated to do many more things in the field.
Testimonial from Dimitri - works at Microsoft, Copenhagen


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
Works at Microsoft, Copenhagen

At UClan CY Computing I gained all the necessary knowledge to get me started on my path as a software engineer. It was not always about learning, as I was able to experience all the other fun aspects of software engineering, such as teamwork and critical problem solving. This healthy environment has allowed me to progress fast, and the experiences I gained while at UClan CY are very helpful even today.
Testimonial from Elena - studies MSc Cybersecurity at UCLan Cyprus


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing, MSc Cybersecurity

I selected to study BSc Computing because nowadays it is needed in every type of industry. Furthermore, studying computing has helped me build logic and problem solving skills. I unreservedly recommend UCLan Cyprus to everyone interested to study computing.
Testimonial from Alberto - works at Amazon, Prague


Studied MSc Computing
Worked at Amazon, Prague

I chose to study MSc Computing for its challenging and dynamic study environment. Laboratories are well structured with extensive hands-on experience to prepare students for the real working world. Lecturers are exceptional with valuable insights and industry experience into many fields. I would highly recommend this course to anyone who aspires to pursue a career in a technical field or have an interest in the cutting-edge technologies of tomorrow "
Testimonial from Nicos - Received thesis award from CYO


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
PhD Candidate at UCLan, Received thesis award from CYO

The BSc Computing course at UCLan offers a wide range of practical and theoretical modules that are both fun and challenging to attend. All of the academic staff are extremely supportive and a large number of opportunities, both in Cyprus and abroad, lies ahead for anyone who completes this course. If you enjoy being creative and working with others the course will be as entertaining as it is educational.
Testimonial from Ernesta - Cyprus student rep at GEANT


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
Cyprus student rep at GEANT

I chose to study BSc Computing, something I feel very passionate about. I am extremely happy with my choice to pursue the degree at UCLan Cyprus. This university is one of a kind in my eyes. Full of wonderful lecturers that really care and try to help the students with finding great opportunities and possibilities to grow their knowledge not only through the modules. I was given an opportunity to compete in the selection for the TNC17 lightning talks. It was one of the best experiences I have had and that is only one example.
Testimonial from Christos - works at i-Spiral, Larnaca


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
PhD Student at UCLan, Researcher at InSPIRE

I am grateful about the Databases module. [It] was structured in a way that it gave me the skills needed to cope in an enterprise environment [one] that makes heavy use of database technologies.
Testimonial from Maria - works at HS Data Ltd, Nicosia


Studied MSc(Hons) Computing
Works at HS Data Ltd, Nicosia

My student life began with a BSc in physics but then I decided to shift to computing, as programming had gained my interest.
Studying MSc Computing at UCLan Cyprus has allowed me to do this switch and helped me get a programming job as a Junior Software Developer.
Testimonial from Aimilios - PhD Student at UCLan Cyprus


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
PhD Student at UCLan, Studio Manager at Rays and Vectors Game Studio

From a very young age, I wanted to become a game developer, thus my decision to attend the course and follow the games development specialization was straightforward.
The course offers a wide range of challenging modules, that are designed to provide you with the required knowledge to become both a programmer and a game developer, based on the current market needs.
Testimonial from Alexandros - works at iSpiral, Larnaca


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
Junior Software Developer at iSPIRAL

My passion about programming started during the final year of the high school, where I had the chance to get experience with programming languages. This passion inspired me to undertake the BSc (Hons) Computing program offered by UCLan Cyprus. During my undergraduate degree, I have built a strong technical background through reliable hands-on practices taught in various modules. The modern facilities and the motivated academic staff constitutes UCLan Cyprus as one of the major players in the local higher education industry.
Testimonial from Andreas - Full Stack Developer at Silversky3D Virtual Reality Technologies


Studied BSc(Hons) Computing
Full Stack Developer at Silversky3D

Studying Computing at UCLan was one of the best experiences I had in my life. I did not have any previous knowledge of Computing but the programme was structured elaborately to take you from zero to hero. From the programme, I have adopted the right mentality to learn and grow from an amateur into a Junior Software Developer ready to dig into the industry as a professional. Another great aspect worth mentioning was the professionalism of our lecturers. Each one was passionate to share their knowledge and always willing to provide support to us during our academic journey! Thank you UCLan Cyprus!


UCLan Cyprus is a Cyprus-licensed university and closely affiliated with the University of Central Lancashire in the United Kingdom.

The award-winning campus13 of UCLan Cyprus is located in Pyla, Larnaca, approximately 500 meters from the Larnaca-Ayia Napa highway, near exits 59 and 60.

Driving time is 20 min for Larnaca International airport (LCA) or downtown Larnaca, 30 minutes for the beautiful beaches of Ayia Napa, and 40 minutes for the capital city, Nicosia.

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  1. UCLan Cyprus won the Most InAVative Education Facility award at the prestigious Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) InAVation Awards.