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6 reasons why international students love to study in Turkey

Quality Higher Education Opportunities

Turkey is one of the most successful countries participating in the exchange programs under Erasmus. In addition to Erasmus, there are many exchange programs in Turkey such as Mevlana and Farabi which support the mobility of students and lecturers.

Affordable Living Conditions

Life in Turkey is more affordable than in most countries. Estimated living expenses for international students are minimally 350 to 500 euros per month. You can meet your needs such as accommodation, food and drink and entertainment at affordable prices. You can stay at the dormitories within or near the University campuses, or rent a house for a reasonable lease. In addition, whichever transportation you choose as a student, you will receive a ticket at a discounted price, or watch the movie in the cinema at a cheaper price as a student.

Student Friendly

With at least one university in every city, Turkey is such a student-friendly country. Social clubs, sports teams and cultural events at every university bring together students and make distant geographies close. When you arrive in Turkey you will understand that the most active points of the city are the places where students socialize. Thanks to the cafes, restaurants and libraries where the students hang out, the cities live 24 hours a day.

Travel to Asia and Europe

Turkey is also an easy-to-reach country because it is in the middle of Asia and Europe continents. Whichever way you choose to discover Turkey, which hosts countless places of attraction, you can arrive where you want quickly and comfortably.

Turkish Language Learning Opportunities

Several programs in Universities in Turkey are in English. Besides you can also learn Turkish, the 5th most spoken language in the world. You can get a chance to learn a new language in Turkish courses that your university will offer you, and you can be friends with people from many different cultures.

Research And Innovation

Turkey is at the forefront of research and innovation. The country was ranked 7th in scientific output among OECD countries, with a record number of scientists, engineers, and technicians per capita. In addition to ranking first in Europe for producing the most science, technology, and engineering graduates per year, Turkey also has the highest number of newly-registered patent applications in the European Union. This means that there are many opportunities for innovative research projects, which can be worked on during an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

Work While you Study

University and college programs allow students to work on part-time basis for 20 hours a week.

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Have questions on studying in Turkey?

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Do I have to speak Turkish?

If you apply to a school that teaches in Turkish, you are expected to be proficient in Turkish. If the language of study in English, you’re not required to know Turkish however you are strongly encouraged to learn to get the most out of your social and cultural experience.  

What is the language of instruction in Turkish Universities?

The language of instruction at Turkish Universities is Turkish and/or English – depending on the university you are applying to. In English teaching institutions, the Turkish language of study is optional – however you are encouraged to learn the language to enhance your living experience.

Do I need a Visa?

Once you receive an offer letter, you apply for the student visa at the Turkish Consolate in your country. Acceptance will take 15 – 45 days. Upon arriving in the country, you’ll be required to apply for a residence permit within 30 days. This will allow you to travel in and out of Turkey without re-applying for the visa.

Can I work if I have a student visa?

Foreign students work legally in Turkey upon obtaining a student residence permit.

Are Turkish Universities recognised internationally?

Craydel represents approved Universities that have obtained their license from the Turkish Higher Education Ministry which is recognized by the EU.

How much are living expenses in Turkey?

Approximately Euro 7000 per year.

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