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The Master in Computed Assisted Language Learning - CALL aims to meet the needs of the local community and language teachers worldwide.
- Applicants must be holders of a Bachelor’s degree in an area related to language / language teaching, from an internationally recognized university.
- Applicants demonstrate proficiency in English through an internationally recognized test such as TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent. Required Test Scores: IELTS score of 6.5 or more; G.C.E/ I.G.C.S.E of C or better or TOEFL of 82 or better. In case a candidate has graduated from a Bachelor’s programme taught in English the English proficiency requirement will be waived.
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In its relatively short history the CUT earned international recognition as a top-ranked university in Cyprus and Greece, and has consistently ranked as one of the top 60 Young Universities and as one of the leading 301-350 universities in the world by Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE) in recent years.
Scholarships are granted to a limited number of the most highly qualified candidates based on academic performance criteria. Social support scholarships may be also available by the university system, depending on the family socio-economic status of postgraduate students.
- Academic performance criteria
- Family socio-economic status
Applications for Social Support Scholarships, are submitted to the relevant office of Student Affairs and Student Welfare, at the beginning of each academic year, by anyone who has an active student status in a Master's or Phd Program at the University. The application for a scholarship, which must be accompanied by all necessary supporting documents, is scored with the defined criteria by the Service of Student Affairs and Student Welfare. Depending on the number of scholarships available and according to the ranking of each application, the Service for Student Affairs and Student Welfare submits its recommendation for the allocation of the scholarships to the Rector Council.
The Service of Student Affairs and Student Welfare informs each student, in writing, of the outcome of his/her application. At the end of the procedure, the University Senate and Council are informed and the complete list of applications, rankings and scholarships allocation is published on the University's website.
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