The International Relations Office of CHSSU is carefully monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and recognize that its impact may create uncertainty for our offer holders and future students.
We are working to better understand the impact this may have particularly with regards to applicants meeting academic and language conditions and, once the situation becomes clearer, we will provide further information on this page. In the meantime, we wish to reassure all offer holders that we will do all that we can to support you and minimize the impact this may have on your admission.
We understand that our applicants and offer-holders will have concerns about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. We are following the advice from Universities, YOK and the YODAK, ensuring the welfare of our students and staff is our absolute priority. We have taken the action to temporarily move our teaching online and to close all non-essential areas of our campus. In addition, we have canceled on-campus events for prospective students and applicants for now.
We will continue to review this and will provide further updates on this page.
This is a very unsettling time for all applicants but please be assured that we will do all we can to ensure these changes won't affect your opportunity to attend our University in the coming academic year. Again, any updates will appear on this page as soon as they are confirmed.
If you have any questions you can contact us, but please check the FAQs below first where we have aimed to answer your queries
Yes. Your application is very important to us and we are still processing applications as normal, but please be aware there may be a delay in receiving a response from us.
We are continuing to make preparations to welcome our new students in September as usual. If this situation changes and we have to make alternative arrangements, including flexibility with start dates we will write to notify you. We will continue to provide updates on this page.
please be informed that in any case, our online courses would be available if this situation continues until the beginning of next academic year.
Yes, If you have applied for an undergraduate course please check the deadline mentioned on your admission letter (offer letter) in order to deposit your tuition fee and save the scholarship ratio awarded.
If you have applied for a master's course there is no deadline to accept your offer. However please leave enough time to complete the admissions process and prepare to start your course.
Our June open days will not be taking place on campus as originally planned. Instead, we are working on a digital alternative to help you get a feel for the campus and find out what it is like to study at and live in TRNC.
We are currently accepting deposits to secure your place on your chosen programme if you are a prospective student. We've recently changed our payments policy to confirm that we'll offer your 25% discount in your semester fee if you are unable to take up your place for reasons relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and attend in your classes on campus.
We are monitoring the situation carefully with all relevant exam boards and test centers, and if required we may extend the deadlines for receiving transcripts. We will continue to provide more updates as they become available.
We are currently accepting a wider range of English language tests, including some which are available to take at home. See our admission page for more information.
Due to the ongoing global situation, a decision has not been made that probably pre-sessional exam before starting the academic year will be delivered online.
Please check for updates on when visa offices (services) in your country are expected to re-open.
Further information can be found on our accommodation webpages.
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We'll be providing regular updates on our website and we encourage you to review this periodically. If we anticipate the need to make any changes of significant nature applicants will also be notified via email as early as possible.