The Faculty of Arts and Sciences of CIU Expects Its New Students
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences, one of the long-established faculties of Cyprus International University (CIU), completed entrance preparations and is waiting for new students with the Turkish Language and Literature, Psychology (English-Turkish), Basic and Human Sciences, Genetics and Molecular Biology departments in the new academic year of 2018-2019.
Turkish Language and Literature and Psychology Departments of Faculty of Arts and Sciences were awarded five-year accreditation for the first time in the Northern Cyprus in February 2018 by The Science, Literature, Science-Literature, Language and History-Geography Faculties Curriculum Evaluation and Accreditation Association (FEDEK).
Prof. Dr. Metin Karadağ, the Dean pointed out the basic aims of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and he said with the experienced academic staff, they have created educational talents that prepare graduates for life by foreseeing their success. Prof. Dr. Karadağ said they made the infrastructure of the units sufficient such as classes and laboratory in the faculty and he stated that Neuropsychology Laboratory in the faculty is the only one on the island and it is available only at few universities in Turkey.
Prof. Dr. Metin Karadağ mentioned that the information centre, which began to serve this year, is formed an open source for the departments of the faculty and he announced that graduate programs with thesis and non-thesis in Clinical Psychology was approved by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) and it will begin to accept students in the new academic year in 2018-2019.
Karadağ also mentioned that they have also published folklore / literature journal, which is being published in the name of the university, and they also published an online journal called Bakırdan, produced by students, teaching staff, local and universal writers and artists.
Prof. Dr. Karadağ said "All of these are concrete examples of cooperation in education, sharing with partners and providing service to the community."