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First and Emergency Assistance Program aspires to train technicians who can work in emergency ambulance, patient transport ambulance, air (helicopter and aircraft) and marine ambulances, other emergency vehicles, all services that offer emergency health service such as hospital, polyclinic etc., constantly update their knowledge and skills in line with the developments in Medicine. In the program, training is offered to develop individuals who can adapt to changing conditions, have problem solving skills, are productive, can communicate effectively with others, can work in teams, are equipped with professional skills in line with contemporary demands, and who know social responsibilities.

First and Emergency Aid Curriculum

In the practical and supportive learning environment the program provides, a team of internationally experienced lecturers and professors encourage students to explore their individual talents and build their own professional path. The first two years include courses from basic sciences. In the following years, they continue with advanced engineering courses such as manufacturing technology, production system and operations research. In addition to the above subjects, subjects such as engineering design, communication, teamwork and project work are integrated into the curriculum throughout its four years. The current curriculum of the First and Emergency Aıd UnderGraduate Program Curriculum is in Appendix-1.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • To be able to evaluate and apply the knowledge gained from the textbooks containing information in the field of First and Emergency Aid, practical tools and materials and basic theoretical and practical courses supported by other resources in professional life.
  • To be able to carry out a given task independently by using the basic knowledge, experience, skills and experience in the field of First and Emergency Aid in his professional life.
  • To be able to inform the relevant persons and institutions, when necessary, by using the basic knowledge and skills in the field of First and Emergency Aid, to convey their thoughts and solutions to problems in written and oral form.
  • Behaving in accordance with quality management and processes and taking individual responsibility, when necessary, by taking part in the team in a harmonious manner in order to solve the complex problems encountered in the practices related to the field of First and Emergency Aid.
  • To act in accordance with all kinds of social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the stages of collecting, interpreting, applying and announcing the results related to the field of First and Emergency Aid.
  • To be able to communicate effectively with colleagues, patients and relatives, physicians and all healthcare professionals.
  • Getting to know the institutions and organizations in the health system; As an individual working in the field of First and Emergency Aid, knowing all kinds of duties, rights and responsibilities related to laws, regulations and legislation and acting in accordance with the legislation
  • Successfully using the information and communication technologies required by the field of First and Emergency Aid
  • Interpreting and evaluating the data obtained by using the basic knowledge and skills acquired in the field of First and Emergency Aid, defining and analyzing the problems and taking part in the studies planned for the solution / taking responsibility
  • Being able to develop solutions for problems by always adhering to the professional and ethical values related to the field.
  • Developing and maintaining the level of physical fitness in order to know the physical workloads required by the profession, to protect their own physical health and to perform patient care at an adequate level


Course assessment usually comprises of a comprehensive final exam and continuous assessment. Continuous assessment can include amongst others, mid-terms, projects, and class participation. Letter grades are calculated based on the weight of the final exam and the continuous assessment and the actual numerical marks obtained in these two assessment components. Based on the course grades the student’s semester grade point average (GPA) and cumulative point average (CPA) are calculated.


The student must complete 240 ECTS and all programme requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 2.0 is required for graduation. Thus, although ‘C-‘, ‘D+’ and ‘D‘ are pass grades (conditionally pass), in order to achieve a CPA of 2.0, an average grade of ‘C’ is required. In addition, it is required to complete compulsory internship in a specified duration and quality.

What makes us different

Our students are equipped with theoretical and practical knowledge and receive the necessary training to become a competent professional. In addition, our students will be provided with the opportunity to do internships at State hospitals.

How to apply to the First and Emergency Aıd study program

The application process for studying First and Emergency Aid at BAU Cyprus is very easy. You can simply and safely share your personal information through our online application platform. After receiving a confirmation email with a link, a copy of the following documents can be uploaded:

Passport or EU identity card

High school diploma certificate with transcript. Please also submit an official translation of the diploma and transcript into English if they are in another language.

University certificate with transcript (if applicable). Please also submit an official translation of the diploma and transcript into English if they are in another language.

English language test certificate

Portfolio PDF with a minimum of 10 works

Career Opportunities

Our graduates can find job opportunities in a wide variety of fields, including:

Graduates can be employed as technicians in the emergency services and ambulance services of universities, public and private hospitals, Today, the number of hospitals, ambulance services emergency services is increasing in parallel with the increasing importance of the health sector both in TRNC and Turkey. They form the primary workforce, especially in 112 centers and stations. In recent years, the private health sector has become aware of the work quality and efficiency of paramedics and employs them as indispensable health personnel in ambulances in emergency health services.

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