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University of Mediterranean Karpasia

University of Mediterranean Karpasia
Akdeniz Karpaz Üniversitesi
Established 2012
Type Private
Location North Nicosia,  North Cyprus
Nickname umk

University of Mediterranean Karpasia (UMK; in Turkish: Akdeniz Karpaz Üniversitesi) is a private university founded in North Nicosia, Northern Cyprus in 2012.

The medium of instruction at University of Mediterranean Karpasia is English in most departments.[1]

University of Mediterranean Karpasia has 4 Faculties and 1 School offering courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. An English Preparatory School is available for those who need to improve their English before starting to study at the specialist programs of the faculties.


Vocational Schools

  • School of Foreign Languages


  • Faculty of Business
  • Faculty of Air Transportation
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management


  • Institute of Social Sciences


The university is currently located in North Nicosia, Northern Cyprus.


  1. ^ UMK Official Website An English Proficiency Exam will be held to evaluate prospective students’ language proficiency as much of the instruction at UMK is in English as well as Turkish.

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