Founded in 1987 and situated in the capital city of Cyprus, the College of Tourism and Hotel Management is now firmly established as one of the leading centers of higher education in Cyprus.

Due to the high demand, a new Campus has been built. The new purpose built Campus is offering state of the art facilities and services proper to an international college and enhances student academic life.

The College started, by offering courses in travel and tourism in order to satisfy the pressing needs of an expanding local travel industry.  It now offers a variety of study programs, each of which stimulates and rewards its participants by providing knowledge and developing the skills necessary in today’s rapidly changing society.

The underlying objective of all programs is to prepare students for a successful career in tourism, hospitality and the service industries. The ease with which successful graduates of the College secure employment, demonstrates the confidence shown in the College by the industry and the correctness of its educational policy.

This web site details the programs and gives helpful information on the College.

If you require any further help or advice to make up your mind, don’t hesitate to write, telephone or visit us and we will do our best to help.

Academic Year 2024 - 2025

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