About The Turkey

Turkey is a wonderful and enriching experience as you explore ancient cultures, a pleasant Turkish culture, historic sites as well as places and attractions that will make a wonderful country for your study.

Turkey has a quite colorful history and the earliest known examples of civilizations existing in the lands which are now recognized as part of this nation have been found.

Study In Turkey

In Turkey, you'll explore both modernity and tradition in one of the region's safest and most prosperous nations. Some Turkish Universities have English as the language of teaching while others offer the opportunity to learn English. The high quality of education will above all make you more than ready for a future anywhere around the world.

Map of Turkey

Admission & Counseling Details

Language Proficiency
Offered Course
  • In the Tureky Four courses are being offered :
  1. Foundation This is 10 – 24 Months Degree
  2. Bachelors This is 3-4 Years Degree
  3. Masters This is 1 – 2 Years Degree
  4. PhD  This is 2 – 5 Years Degree
Tution Cost

The Approximated Cost of tuition per year in the Turkey is:

  1. Foundation $3,000 – $7,000*
  2. Bachelors $12,000 – $15,000*
  3. Masters $18,000 – $22,000*
  4. Ph.D. $16,000 – $26,000*
Session in Years

In the Turkey three Sessions in a Year:

January/February

Apply by OctoberJune/July

Apply by MarchSeptember 

Apply by June


FAQS

Q:What is the Annual Cost of living?

Ans:$ 17,800 per year*

Q:When do I need to apply?

Ans:4 to 6 months prior to the commencement of program.



Campuses

Top 4 Good reasons why you should study in Turkey

Its Natural Wonders, Exciting cities and Multiculturalism 

Turkey is literally a bridge between the East and the West, its landmass straddling both Europe and Asia. With close proximity to Africa too, it is a cultural melting pot where people of all cultures and faiths can feel at home. Indeed more than 30,000 international students come here to study, with growing numbers coming from continental Europe, Africa, the United States and Asia.

Turkey has more than 5,000 miles of coastline and is washed by the waters of four very different seas, the Mediterranean to the south, the Aegean to the west, the Black Sea to the north and the small Sea of Marmara just below Istanbul. The Kaçkar Mountains in the north-east are a hiker’s paradise with secret valleys, wonderful views and rare

wildlife.

It is surrounded by the waters of the Bosporus strait and the Sea of Marmara and is a cultural hub with breathtaking landmarks such as the

Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. High on a rocky hill inland is Ankara, Turkey’s modern capital with a historic heart. The port of Izmir, on the sparkling Aegean coast, is surrounded by olive groves and vineyards and close to Ephesus with its impressive Roman ruins.

Prestigious Education and International Recognized Degrees:

Turkish public and private universities offer a high quality education delivered at modern facilities and equipped campuses through high-profile faculties and teaching staff who would spare no effort to sharpen your skills and have you job-ready.

Turkish government has invested tremendously in the education sector

and signed several agreements with the European Union and key accreditation bodies around the globe to ensure all Turkish degrees are recognized world-wide.

Degrees granted by Turkish universities are recognized across the globe and a growing number of programs are taught in English, especially in areas such as engineering, international relations and business.

Regulations for International students:

International students who wish to study in Turkey must acquire a visa from the Turkish Consulate in their home country before entering Turkey as the Student Visa will be required for registration to a college or university.

International students are strongly advised to come to Turkey with a valid health insurance policy. International students are responsible for costs of hospitalization or for any medical service or treatment not available at university health center.

Within a month of arrival in Turkey all international students must register with and obtain a Residence Permit

Accommodation and Living Expense

Most campus universities offer a variety of accommodation facilities

or other options. The estimated living expenses for international students do not exceed $600 per month depending on the student’s lifestyle and spending pattern. Tuition fees at Turkish universities are also considered affordable in comparison with neighboring European counties which makes Turkey a perfect destination for great education,

comfortable lifestyle and affordable expenses.