(2 Years, Plus an Optional Foundation Year, Diploma)

Information and Communication Technology (2 Years, Plus an Optional

Foundation Year, Diploma

Teaching Language: Englısh

The program of study is accredited by the CY.Q.A.A (Foreas) with Government Subsidy up to €3,420

Program’s purpose and objectives:

Students enrolled in this 2-Years plus an Optional Foundation Year, program earn a Diploma in Information & Communication Technology. The program seeks to prepare students to obtain the necessary technical skills both in terms of hardware and software and get basic understanding to assist a small to medium company to carry out its day-to-day information related activities and do rudimentary planning on what is needed.
In addition to skills training, the curriculum concentrates on providing the student with an awareness of the common problems in ICT and the means to and deal with them efficiency. Furthermore, the programme offers the student an opportunity to develop the capacity to think and plan ahead and the ability to act on his/her own and take decisions both at personal and employer level.
The ICT Diploma requires a minimum of 120 ECTS credits and there are no other in-between titles.

Learning Outcomes:

- Problem resolution skills: Use the technology competently to solve problems of information and communication character in a small or medium company.
- Technical/Technician competency: Install, configure, maintain, operate, troubleshoot, and repair a variety of hardware and software systems.
- Technological adaptability: Cope competently with the changing technologies of the profession and adapt comfortably in the rapidly changing professional environment.
- Organization’s Maintenance: To be able to employ system integration techniques for installing and maintaining IT systems of the organization.


- A system of continuous (course work) which is 40% and final Exams which is 60%.
- The Passing mark is: 50%

Analytical Structure Program of Study

Academic Staff

Erasmus brings together a number of earlier programs, such as student mobility schemes, adding new initiatives such as loan guarantees for Master’s students with simplified application procedures