Cyprus International University Faculty of Law started its education in the 2010-2011 academic year. There are two undergraduate programs in the faculty, namely Law and International Law. It educates graduates who have the knowledge, skills, and characteristics required by legal science, use information and communication technologies, follow the innovations and developments in the field of law, question and produce solutions.


The Faculty of Law aims to train lawyers who believe in the rule of law, express the values they defend within the framework of the principles of law education, are strong in communication, are responsible, have ethical values, respect different opinions, act with a consciousness of community service.

To be a faculty that is effective, reliable, has national and international qualifications, and that is accepted for academic studies and educational qualifications, and that trains legal people.



Faculty of Law undergraduate programs include basic national law courses for the Turkish legal system as well as international law courses. Its qualified academic staff informs and examines current legal issues in line with the innovations and developments in the legal field. Students can apply the theoretical knowledge they have learned in practice at the virtual courtrooms within the faculty. Students are prepared for the profession by taking on various roles through hypothetical court practices.