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Computing Services Department

The Computing and Information System Service is responsible for the efficient and effective administration of information and computing services to all the Frederick Institute of Technology personnel (academic/administrative), and students. Central to the service’s role is the continual upgrading of the services provided so that it matches the ever-changing advances achieved in this field.

An overview of the central services provided to Frederick Institute of Technology users is provided below:

  • Student/Personnel central computer accounts service (access to all eligible computer stations in the College)
  • File space to all users
  • Email accounts that can be accessed both within the network and externally
  • Web space to faculty members
  • Educational online platform for e-learning support
  • Fully networked environment with high-speed access to Internet (10 Mbps)
  • Campus-wide wireless network • Printing, scanning CD/DVD writing facilities
  • Student and personnel intranet/extranet.

Administratively, the Service is broken down into three core areas:

  • Administration and Security of Systems and Services.
  • Maintenance and Development of the Information System.
  • ser Support and Training.

 

Library Services

Frederick Institute of Technology operates well-equipped libraries at both the Nicosia and Limassol campuses with a wide range of printed and electronic resources. Students have free and immediate access to books, journals, periodicals, videotapes, audio-tapes, slides and CD-ROMs. Services include book lending, inter-library loaning, photocopiers, computers and Internet linkage. The library subscribes to numerous journals and periodicals from all over the world, and to search bank database services via the Internet.

The referencing system of the libraries at both campuses is computerized and can be accessed via terminals from any building within the campus.

General-purpose PCs are sited within both library buildings. Access to the Internet and electronic mail is also available.

Our expert team of librarians will help you exploit the Library’s information resources. They are ready to assist with specialized enquiries in your courses and can guide you to relevant information sources.

Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs is directly concerned with students. Its aim is to improve the quality of life for students. The Office is responsible for student welfare, visas, accommodation, registration, financial matters, career counseling, legal affairs, employment service, and other matters affecting FIT students.
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International Office

The International Office deals with the specific needs of overseas students studying at FIT. Experienced staff members are readily available to guide and assist students on any issues and difficulties they may encounter.
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Counselling Service

The Counseling Service is open to any FIT student experiencing personal difficulties, whether these involve home or family life, or to issues pertaining to their studies. Students have the opportunity to discuss issues that concern them in confidence, and receive appropriate guidance. The service is free, confidential and staffed by qualified and competent personnel. During the academic year, group sessions are offered in areas such as organizing time, relaxing/managing stress, money management and study skills. The Counseling Service generally operates on an appointment system.
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Careers Advisory Service

The service assists students through all stages of decision making, from choosing a suitable career or programme of further study, to searching for employment. A Careers Open Day is held every year, where students have the opportunity to get acquainted with specific occupations and hear prospective employers talk about their vacancies and what their organizations can offer to graduates.
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Medical Services

Medical care needs are met through government general hospitals and private clinics. All general hospitals as well as some private clinics have casualty departments for emergency cases.

Insurance

Charges for medical advice and prescriptions are paid for by the patient. For this reason it is advisable for students to obtain accident/medical insurance which should be valid for the entire period of their studies. Immigration Regulations require all international students to have valid insurance cover for health and accident during their studies in Cyprus.

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