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Polis residents offered university scholarships

Residents of Polis Chrysochous can apply for full and partial scholarships to three local universities, it was announced last week.

In an announcement, Polis Chrysochou municipality said it is accepting applications for scholarships for first-year students at Frederick University. The scholarships were provided by the university and target Polis Chrysochous residents.

It concerns two scholarships for 100 per cent of the tuition fees for a graduate with a general diploma grade of 19-20/20.

Frederick is also offering four scholarships for 50 per cent of tuition fees for graduates with a general diploma grade of 18-18.99/20 and eight scholarships for graduates with a general diploma grade of 17-17.99/20.

Moreover, one scholarship for 20 per cent of the tuition and three scholarships for 10 per cent of the tuition will be provided based on financial criteria.

The Nicosia-based university also offers special scholarships for 50 per cent of the tuition fees for all females who will enrol in engineering and technology programmes at the Polytechnic School of the University (undergraduate level).

The municipality also announced the granting of scholarships from the Institute of Professional Studies of the University of Uclan Cyprus to its residents, who enrol in the Professional Diploma in Agriculture and Agribusiness and Professional Diploma in Automotive Mechanics.

Two scholarships covering 50 per cent of tuition fees from Alexander College – University of the West of England for the academic year 2021 – 2022 are also being offered to Polis Chrysochous’ residents.

The €1,000 annual enrolment fee required by the Alexander college is not included in the scholarships.

Those interested in studying at Alexander College can contact the college directly at 26272323, for the fields of study offered and more information.

For the other two universities, people should contact the secretariat of the municipality, while those interested to study at Frederick should express their interest by Monday, August 16, 2021.


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