The University of Cyprus is proud to host the 13th ARLE Conference in June 2022 and we are looking forward to welcoming you to Nicosia. Established in 1989, the University of Cyprus boasts 8 faculties and 23 departments offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD and research programs. While relatively young, it is internationally recognized for offering high quality programs of study and producing high-level research.
The main conference as well as the PhD Pre-Conference will take place at the New University Campus, which is located at the southeast of the city of Nicosia (full address: University of Cyprus, 1 Panepistimiou Anevue, 2109 Aglantzia, Nicosia).
You may click on the links below to locate the university campus and different university buildings:
The University: https://goo.gl/maps/QN5KDeT2gdwavXUx7
University Buildings: https://www.ucy.ac.cy/documents/Maps/UCY_blds_En_7.7.16_sm.pdf
The City of Nicosia
The University of Cyprus is located in Nicosia, the cosmopolitan and bustling capital of the Republic of Cyprus. The city of Nicosia uniquely blends the remnants of the medieval times with the contemporary business and commercial activity. The visitor can walk across the Venetian walls that once surrounded the ancient city, the Famagusta gate, the Pafos gate and the Kyrenia gate, while a wealth of galleries and museums mixes with the traditional shops in Laiki Geitonia and Ledra Street and the temple of Virgin Mary at Faneromeni.
Information concerning the history of Nicosia, its landmarks and places of interest (sights, museums, theatres, galleries, libraries, cultural centres, parks, markets, shopping streets), as well as tours and cycling routes can be found in the website of Nicosia Municipality: https://www.nicosia.org.cy/en-GB/home/. Information on how to get to Nicosia and to the University Campus may also be found here: http://ucy.ac.cy/livinginnicosia/en/getting-to-nicosia.