Anglia was originally based in Cyprus before moving to Chichester College in 1993. Since then it has grown from strength to strength and committed to providing the best service possible.
We are currently the leading provider of English language examinations on the island. The summer exam session in Nicosia, Limassol, Paphos, Larnaca and Paralimni attracts over 15000 candidates from as many as 500 private institutes and schools.
Anglia Cyprus is very personal and customer orientated. With two main offices, Mitletton Educational Services in Paphos and Polis Kaitis Educational Services in Limassol as well as business collaborators in other districts, we pride ourselves on providing an excellent service for everyone involved in the exams - the candidates and their parents, the teachers and the school-owners – so that the exam sessions can run smoothly and efficiently.
We provide support for teachers on a local basis. This support includes local networking, member/teacher meetings, teacher training, news and information updates, annual gatherings and presentations in all the major centres by Anglia examiners from the HQ. Sample papers to use as practice exams as well as further support for running an examination session are given to teachers, as we strive to be consistent, helpful and friendly.
The fact that the Civil Service Commission in Cyprus accepts Anglia Advanced and Anglia Proficiency as 'Good knowledge' and 'Very good knowledge of English' respectively, gives Anglia certificate holders the opportunity to find a job or get promoted within the civil service. In addition, with their Anglia Proficiency certificate many students have secured places at universities in the UK or other countries across the world.
Limassol, Paralimni and Larnaca:
Paphos and Nicosia:
10 Interesting Facts About Cyprus:
- Legend has it that the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was born in Cyprus. The country is also known as the playground of the Gods.
- There is a tree in Cyprus believed to fulfil wishes. This tree at the entrance to the Christian catacombs in Paphos is adorned with handkerchiefs and ribbons. People believe that infertile women will bear children and people will return to their loved ones when something that belonged to them is tied to the tree, along with a belief that good will happen.
- The capital city of Cyprus is Nicosia. It is divided by “The Green Line.” This line is also known as the UN buffer zone. It is the only capital in the world that is divided between two nations.
- Twenty rare species of Orchids and 371 species of migratory birds can be seen on the island.
- Cyprus was the first country to the world to include its map on its flag.
- Mount Olympus is the highest peak in Cyprus at 1952 metres (6,404 ft) above sea level.
- Depending on which part of the country a person lives, the residents are either known as “Greek Cypriots” or “Turkish Cypriots”.
- Some of the world’s oldest water wells can be found in Cyprus.
- Cyprus is the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean.
- Since 2004 Cyprus has been a full member of the EU.
Anglia Cyprus Contact Information
Contact Anglia Cyprus:
The office for Limassol, Paralimni and Larnaca: Contact Form
9 Seychellon Street
The office for Paphos and Nicosia: Contact Form
52 Alexandroupoleos Street