Growing Demand for Private Education Institutions in Limassol

Jun 9, 2023 | Cyprus Economy

Meeting the Growing Demand for Private Education Institutions in Cyprus

Initiatives and investments have been made to meet this growing demand. Private education institutions in Cyprus have emerged as offering innovative teaching methods, modern facilities, and a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for the challenges of the 21st century. 
1. The Island School
Was built in record time and offers pre-primary, primary and secondary school 

The development encompasses essential facilities such as five laboratories, two art studios, a swimming pool, and comprehensive indoor and outdoor sports facilities that are scheduled to be fully operational by 2024. As the project progresses, it is anticipated that the school will accommodate a significant increase in student enrollment, reaching over 1,600 students by 2024.
2. Absolute Institute of Technical Education (AITE)
A post-secondary Institute of Vocational Education and Training housed in a modern building located in Germasogeia and coming with the aim of significantly strengthening vocational education and training in Cyprus.

The Absolute Institute of Technical Education is expected to welcome its first students in the fall semester of 2023.
3. The University of Limassol
From next October the University of Limassol (University of Limassol-UoL), which is an evolution of the Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM), will open its doors and 700 students from Cyprus and abroad. The new University Campus that will be built in Palodia is expected to be ready by 2026.

They play a crucial role in shaping Cyprus’ education landscape, contributing to the country’s overall development and preparing students for a successful future.

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