Chris Payne writes a hilarious surreal account of life as a university professor at a dysfunctional university in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
On the beautiful island of Cyprus nothing works as you expect it to, from the primitive plumbing to the maniacal university bus service.
The American Institute of Cyprus is a seat of higher learning like no other. The place is chaotically organised for students who attend class only if they feel like it. They cheat on their exams, photocopy their textbooks illegally and deliberately fail their courses to avoid military service.
The management of AIC spends its time devising all sorts of money-
But, as everybody says -
ENCOUNTERS WITH A FAT CHEMIST
TEACHING AT A UNIVERSITY IN NORTHERN CYPRUS