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Greek language lessons for Ukrainians

The education ministry is currently planning for the smooth integration of Ukrainian students into the Cypriot education system for 2022-2023.

The ministry’s service of state training institutes announced that it has planned free Greek language programmes for Ukrainian refugees.

The language program is co-financed by the Asylum, Migration, and Integration fund and Ukrainian refugees, minors as well as adults, are exempt from all tuition fees including the ten-euro registration fee.

Separate classes will be organised for minors and adults with respect to the minimum and maximum attendee numbers.

The classes will be taking place during afternoon hours and the exact time will be determined by the training institute’s directorates depending on the availability of facilities.

Two 90-minute classes per week will be taking place.

Interested parties should apply at the training institute of their municipality from September 12 – 23 between the hours of 2.30pm and 6.30pm.

Upon registration, interested parties must present official documents indicating their refugee and temporary protection status as well as a proof of identity.

Relevant information regarding Ukrainian students for the year 2022-2023 can be found both in Greek and Ukrainian on

Training institutes can be contacted via the telephone:

Nicosia district, Aglandjia State Training Institute (Aglantzia High School, Tel: 22305215)

Larnaca district, Larnaca State Training Institute (Pancyprian Lyceum, Tel: 24304164)

Limassol district, Limassol State Training Institute (Lanitio Lyceum, Tel: 25305245)

Paphos district, Paphos State Training Institute (Ayia Paraskevi Gymnasium, Τel: 26963390)

Famagusta district, Famagusta State Training Institute (Paralimni Lyceum, Tel: 23820978)

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