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Study in Turkey

Studying in Turkey has gained popularity among international students due to its excellent programs, affordable costs, and rich cultural heritage. The country's strategic location as a global transportation hub further enhances its appeal to students worldwide. Since the academic year 2015-16, there has been a noticeable rise in the number of international students choosing Turkey for higher education, with the country now hosting nearly 650,000 foreign students.

Why Choose Turkey
for Study?

Turkey's adherence to the Bologna Agreement ensures standardized degree programs in line with European standards. Many Turkish institutions also participate in the Erasmus+ program, facilitating student exchanges with other countries. The higher education system in Turkey is globally recognized, ranking 43rd in the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings. With over 200 universities, including both public and private institutions, Turkey offers diverse educational opportunities.

Admission Requirements in Turkey

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    Cost of Studying in Turkey

    Tuition fees vary depending on the university and program selected, with private universities generally being more expensive than public ones. However, most Turkish universities offer affordable tuition fees, with public institutions typically charging around US $1500 per year. Additionally, the average monthly cost of living in Istanbul, excluding rent, is approximately US $1700.

    Scholarships for International Students in Turkey

    Turkey offers various scholarship opportunities, including government grants, awards from organizations, and scholarships from Turkish universities. The Turkiye scholarship is particularly well-known, but there are also many other scholarships available, often restricted to specific universities, fields of study, or geographical areas. Scholarship organizations may cover international travel expenses and provide monthly stipends based on students' educational backgrounds.

    Student Visa Requirements in Turkey

    Post-Study Work Opportunities

    International students enrolled in degree programs at Turkish universities are allowed to work up to 24 hours per week with a legal work permit. Master's and doctoral students can begin working from their first year of study, while undergraduate students can apply for a work permit after their first year. Internship programs offered by multinational corporations provide students with valuable multicultural exposure, and both governmental and corporate sectors offer internship opportunities.