capital market education

education student welfare

Urgent Need for a Safe Learning Environment

The urgent need for a safe learning environment for students affected by abuse has prompted the proposal of a specialized program that offers temporary respite and support, aiming to reintegrate students back into the school system after traumatic experiences. Minister Athena Michaelidou’s imminent alternative program seeks to provide a nurturing environment for education and rehabilitation, addressing the clear gap in current educational and safeguarding policies.

education student enrollment

Shifts in the Cyprus Educational Landscape

In northern Cyprus, there has been a sharp decline of 57% in Turkish Cypriot student enrollments, while students from Turkey have increased by a third. The student body is diversifying with a 10% surge in foreign students, highlighting the need for comprehensive education reforms to address language and cultural integration challenges.

travel education

Nicosia Voted Second-Best Erasmus Destination in Europe

It’s official: Nicosia, Cyprus, has been voted the secondbest Erasmus destination in Europe for its rich history, vibrant social scene, and inclusive community. This historic city offers a unique blend of ancient and modern, making it a top choice for international students seeking education and cultural enrichment.

demographics fertility rates

Demographic Challenges: Cyprus Confronts Low Birth Rates

Cyprus is facing a fertility rate crisis with just 1.4 children per woman, sparking policy discussions on family support measures like tax reforms and child allowances. The changing demographics in schools, with a significant number of foreign students, highlight the need for effective educational programs in a diversifying society.

education brexit

Shifting Focus in Higher Education

PostBrexit, Cypriot students are expanding their higher education choices beyond the UK, with applications to the US, Canada, and Ireland increasing. Fields like medicine, cybersecurity, and data science are highly sought after, prompting schools to emphasize thorough research, financial planning, and scholarship opportunities to navigate the changing educational landscape.

education international

Private Education in Cyprus: A Response to Global Influences

Private education in Cyprus is booming due to global influences like geopolitical instability, the Ukrainian crisis, and a thriving tech sector in Limassol. Schools are expanding and adapting to meet the demands of international families and local Cypriots seeking quality education amidst changing demographics, with regions like Limassol, Larnaca, and Nicosia seeing significant growth in the educational sector.

community healthcare

XM: Leading the Way Towards a Sustainable Future

XM is a global broker leading the charge towards sustainability by supporting healthcare, education, and environmental initiatives worldwide. With a strong presence in Cyprus and a global workforce, XM’s commitment to corporate citizenship shines through its contributions to community wellbeing and environmental stewardship.

cyprus labor policy

Cyprus Business Now

Cyprus introduces new work permit rules requiring Greek language skills, prioritizing locals and foreign students. In other sectors, the education industry is booming, travel bookings are on the rise, and financial movements are noteworthy. Strengthening international relations through business forums showcases Cyprus’s commitment to growth and collaboration.

integration employment

Action Plan for Migrant Integration in Cyprus

The Cyprus action plan for migrant integration is a comprehensive 50point strategy focusing on employment, education, health, housing, and skills development to ensure thirdcountry nationals are included in society and have access to job opportunities and basic needs for a dignified life. Interior Minister Constantinos Ioannou spearheads this initiative to create a cohesive social fabric where migrants can contribute to the economy and culture, emphasizing the importance of economic participation, education, health services, and housing for successful integration.

Scroll to Top