Language Courses

Greek Language Course for Incoming Erasmus Students
The Mobility Office of Frederick University gives students from all EU/EEA countries the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus Intensive Language Course of Greek language and culture.

The EILC - Erasmus Intensive Greek Language Course will be held at Frederick University (Nicosia campus only) from the 20th of August, 2012 until the 15th of September, 2012 before the Fall semester 2012/2013.

Students participating in the Course will have the opportunity to learn to speak Modern Greek and explore the rich culture of Cyprus through conversational exercises that will help them to develop their fluency. All the students will have the opportunity to enrich their vocabulary in special scientific areas according to their studies having a 5 hour special program-GSP (Greek for Special Purpose).

ERASMUS INTENSIVE LANGUAGE COURSE (EILC) SUMMER 2012



Courses of Modern Greek Language and Civilization to foreign and local students
The School of Greek Language commenced its operation in 2009 and offers courses of Modern Greek Language and Civilization to foreign and local students in three different stages. (basic, intermediate and advanced).

For more information on the courses please contact Ms Maria Constantinou, tel: +357 22- 431355, ext. 208 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Center of Languages
The Frederick Language Center supports the teaching of languages in the various faculties of the University. It offers the opportunity to all student population to learn and improve their knowledge of foreign languages. The courses offered might be either compulsory or elective. The center aims at improving the students’ communicative activities in the foreign language both socially and academically. The acquisition of the foreign language involves the development of all aspects of the language – reading, writing, listening and speaking. In the cases where the language courses are compulsory, it is essential that the students satisfy all course requirements.