Fresh College of Arts offers a variety of scholarships and fellowships designed to help you and your family pay for college. Scholarships and grants are types of gift aid that do not have to be repaid. They may take the form of College scholarships, state grants, or outside scholarships.

Scholarships Sources

Academic Scholarships

Fresh College of Arts is pleased to provide various financial support schemes to prospective students for its undergraduate programs of study, as follows:

  • Academic Merit Scholarships
  • Families with three or more dependent children
  • More than 1 children studying simultaneously at FCA

Government Grants

All Cypriot citizens or EU citizens who are permanent residents of the Republic of Cyprus for at least five years, are eligible for state grants for all accredited undergraduate programmes of study.

State Scholarships

State grants are provided upon criteria set by the Ministry of Finance.

Terms and Conditions

  • Students have been admitted to a program, with full-time status
  • Application for financial aid was made on time, and all required supporting documentation has been provided
  • Scholarships are valid for one academic year and are calculated on the program tuition, unless stated otherwise
  • Students eligible for more than one type of Scholarship will be awarded the scholarship constituting the highest amount
  • The extent, amount and duration of the scholarship after the first year of studies, is decided by the College following the submission of the relevant application. The application should be submitted before the commencement of the next academic year.

Contact For Scholarship

We are open on Monday – Friday at 10am and 5pm, except on holidays.

FCA's Admissions Center
  • 9 Eleftheriou Venizelou, 8021 Paphos, Cyprus

Tel: +357 26221828

Email: College@fca.ac.cy

Early Payment Discount

Local and European nationality students are eligible to a 5% discount should they choose to pay in advance for the year’s tuition fees. The discount is calculated on the net tuition (i.e. after the deduction of any scholarship if applicable), and should be paid no later than one week after the commencement of teaching.