Aigaia School of Art and Design is a private Institution of tertiary education in Nicosia, Cyprus and was founded in 2005 to provide specialised Art & Design Education. Aigaia offers tertiary education programmes for art and design studies in Cyprus as well as portfolio preparation for entry in Art and Design Academies and Universities abroad. Throughout the academic year, Aigaia offers art and drama lessons for all ages and levels and organises and delivers specialised examinations in art and design and drama. Furthermore Aigaia offers Easter & Summer Programmes.

Recognition & Cooperations

Aigaia School of Art and Design is registered to the Ministry of Education and Culture, as a Private Institution of Tertiary Education offering courses in art & design. Aigaia is accredited by EDEXCEL, UK as a teaching, organising and delivering Institute of all levels of examinations. Also Aigaia is an accredited center of UCAS (Universities & Colleges Admissions Service) offering to all of the students specialized counseling services and career guidance in art and design. Aigaia Theatre is a registered center for London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) as a teaching, organising and delivering all levels of examinations of all “performing arts” subjects.

Academic Year 2024 - 2025

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