Buy University of Nicosia Transcript, Buy Fake University of Nicosia Diploma, Buy Cyprus Fake Transcript, The University of Nicosia was established in 1980 and its main campus is located in Nicosia, the capital city of Cyprus. It also runs study centres in Athens, Bucharest and New York.
The University comprises the School of Business, School of Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Law, Medical School and the School of Sciences and Engineering. It offers more than 100 conventional on-campus and online/distance learning programmes of study at the Bachelor, Master and Doctorate level.
In offering some of its programmes, the University holds partnerships with the St George’s, University of London, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University of Peloponnese, University of Patras, Hellenic Open University, University of Padova, University of Zagreb, Western Sydney University, and MGIMO University.
In 2014, UNIC became the first university in the world to offer a Master of Science in Blockchain & Digital Currency and the first educational institution to accept Bitcoin for tuition payment. As of the graduating class of Spring 2017, UNIC publishes all diplomas of its graduating students (Bachelors, Masters, doctoral degrees) on the Bitcoin blockchain, offering instant online verification of degree authenticity.
The Transcript of Records is a document you will need to present, as part of the application process at your future host university from abroad. If you will be part of an exchange programme, you will also need another official transcript of records at the end of your study period, completed by the university where you attended courses.
The Transcript of Records (ToR) consists basically of a list of the course units taken, the exams you have passed and the credits gained.
In the Transcript, you can usually see:
the course unit code (basically the code the host university gives to a specific academic course)
the title of the courses you have attended at your host university
the duration of the course (if one semester or two)
the local grade (your exam mark, which is very important in order to get your ECTS credits)
the ECTS credits you have gained by passing the exam
In case your home university does not use the ECTS system, the transcript of records should include an explanation of the credit and grading systems used. If you’re submitting the ToR online, you can describe the grading scale used at the institution at the time of study. The description should clarify which are the highest and lowest grades.
Depending on the rules set by each university, your academic records can be filled by yourself or the home and/or host university, usually the International Office. Normally, the ToR is being filled once you have passed all your exams included in the Learning Agreement, and, usually, the failed courses won’t be listed, just the ones you passed.