How to learn Turkish in Turkey

With its different dialects, Turkish is spoken in a much more common geography than it is thought in the world. For example, in countries such as Germany, France, Netherlands, Macedonia, Greece in Europe and millions of people in a vast geography in Central Asia speaks Turkish as a native or second language. In addition, according…

About the Diploma Recognition and Equivalence

Recognition and Equivalence services are carried out within Council of Higher Education since 1983, in order to determine equivalents of associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree diplomas from international higher education institutions in higher education system of our country. Equivalence procedures are carried out within the scope of Convention on the Recognition of Documents Related to Recognition of Higher…

Can I Work While Studying?

Working while studying In particular, international students enrolled in a master’s or PhD program in Turkey can work as researchers in scientific projects related to their work to finance their graduate studies. Some private universities also accept graduate students with full scholarships and can provide assistantships for students in exchange for this scholarship. Undergraduate students…

Life Expenses in Turkey and Cyprus

Although it varies according to your lifestyle and preferences, life is quite affordable for students in Turkey. On this page, you will find answers to possible questions that may arise in your mind about main expenditure items of an international student. Tuition Fee/Contribution Turkey is a unique country in terms of offering high quality education…

Transportation in Turkey

You can travel easily by road and air from Turkey to many cities of Europe and central/close Asia, and take advantage of transportation options suitable for all budgets. Especially in Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir and Antalya, airports are today a base that provides connection flights to many capitals and major cities around the world. Duration of…

Healthcare in Turkey & Cyprus

About the Healthcare & Insurance People who come to Turkey as international students are required to have health insurance during their official residence. There are two types of health insurance. If you want, you can go to any private health insurance agency and make use of policies tailored for foreigners. Keep in mind that the…

What to Eat in Turkey & Cyprus

In Turkish society, daily life is shaped around meals and long meal time. Center of house life is kitchen. Even in big cities, families often prefer to dine together and at home. Especially after the guests are welcomed, the table is not cleared immediately. People have long conversations, listen to music and have fun. Turkish…

Social Life in Turkey & Cyprus

Being a university student is not just about lessons, visas and finals! Thanks to its cultural and social diversity, Turkey is a country that promises students a wide range of non-school activities. Here are some of these possibilities: Student Clubs and Activities Each university has student clubs where students share various interests and organize events.…

How to rent a house in Turkey?

International students have a variety of options to meet their accommodation needs throughout their educational life in Turkey. Students can stay in university dormitories located within the campuses, in state dormitories managed by the KYK (Higher Education Credit and Hostels Institution) located at various points in the city, in private dormitories, or in the apartments…

Why to Study in Turkey

1. QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES Turkey is the second country in the world in access to higher education with 94.2% schooling rate. Turkey involved in European Higher Education Area is implementing the Bologna Process in a perfect way; our Bologna report is 5 out of 5. So, the diploma you receive from a university in…