Instructions for Candidates for Higher Military Educational Institutions and Schools

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The Ministry of Defense gives instructions to the candidates for participation in the Pancyprian Examinations for claiming a position in the Higher Military Educational Institutions and in the Higher Military Schools of Non-Commissioned Officers of Greece, for the academic year 2022-2023.

According to an announcement by the Ministry of Defense, they must provide "a copy of the application / computerized form for participation in the Pancyprian Examinations of the Computer System of the Examination Service of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth".

They must also submit a certified photocopy of their Cypriot identity card, which states that the Cypriot is a Citizen, which can only be certified by the District Administrations and the Citizen Service Centers (KEP) ".

Candidates are also required to provide a 'recent certified photocopy (not more than one month) of the Hoplite Individual File or Certificate from the Unit serving or in the event that the candidate has fulfilled his or her military obligations' Original Certificate of Form' Offices as well as original and recent (with date of issue not more than one month from the date of submission of applications) Certificate of White Criminal Record by the Police.

The announcement notes that "the above certificates can be submitted or sent to the Ministry of Defense, T.K. 1432 Nicosia), until March 30, 2022 at the latest, between the hours 08: 00-14: 30 ".

It is emphasized that each candidate must necessarily submit the above documents to the Ministry of Defense in time because otherwise, the Ministry of Defense will exclude his / her candidacy for participation in the process of applying for a position in a Military School.

Finally, the Ministry of Defense points out that "no personal letters will be sent while more information is provided at 22807540, 22807787 on the website of the Ministry of Defense ( or in the Guide to Pancyprian Examinations 2022, Volume AD, issued by the Ministry of Education and is available in bookstores.