The study of human skeletal remains has taken academia by storm and has been steadily increasing in popularity since 2008. With student numbers reaching all time high across Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology, the study of human remains ranks one of the top specializations in student preference. With a range of subdiscipline applications to include such zooarchaeology, crime scene investigation, criminology, forensic archaeology and medical history, students from various degree backgrounds choose to undertake postgraduate studies in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology.
Learning a language and about how languages work opens doors to other cultures and communities, and gives you experience of the world that goes deeper than the average tourist trip. It can also provide a key to the global workplace. Understanding how language is structured and used in different contexts and being an effective and culturally aware communicator are attributes that are increasingly valuable in today’s global environment.
Sustainable tourism and cultural heritage preservation and promotion is a key aspect of life in Cyprus. With a range of programmes on offer, students will have the oportunity to look in to international travel, regulatory agendas, ground and office regulations as well as learning more about the vast history and heritage of the Mediteranean and wider Europe.