Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Ministry of Employment and Social Security, Provident Fund Department director Erman Yaylalı expressed his contentment about EMU’s postgraduate programs in Nicosia. Stating that he enrolled in the Business Management postgraduate program during the 2012 – 2013 Academic Year Spring Semester, Yaylalı put forth that building up on one’s studies is essential when building a career.
Yaylalı also added that having the postgraduate program delivered in Nicosia outside working hours is for the benefit of the state office workers. Yaylalı stated that he gets pleasure in pursuing his postgraduate studies at a prominent institution and recommended the program to those who wish to pursue a career by improving themselves.
Launched in Nicosia during the 2012-2013 Academic Year Spring Semester, Eastern Mediterranean University Business and Economics Faculty’s Banking and Finance (Turkish) Non-Thesis Postgraduate, Business Management (Turkish) Thesis-Non-thesis Postgraduate, Managerial Economics (Turkish) Non-thesis Postgraduate and Financial Economics (Turkish) Non-thesis Postgraduate programs are currently admitting students for the 2014-2015 Academic Year. The programs which have been delivered in Nicosia since the 2012-2013 Academic Year received considerable attention from individuals employed at various state departments. The aforesaid programs aim to provide an alternative for individuals who are currently employed both at private and the state sector and, at the same time, who would like to gain expertise in their respective fields of study. Similarly, EMU Education Faculty plans to offer postgraduate programs in Nicosia upon demand.
During the 2014-2015 Academic Year Fall Semester, a scholarship scheme will be implemented in postgraduate programs. All TRNC nationals who are employed at a state department will be offered 20% discount on their tuition fees specified for the postgraduate program they enroll during the aforesaid semester. The University also plans to offer the same discount to private sector employees if a protocol between their employer and the university is signed.