In recent years, Turkey has become well-known for its education system.

 Foreign students often choose to go to university in Turkey because of the facilities available to them and the fact that the quality of education and living standards is always getting better.

Foreign students have to meet the same requirements to get into both public and private universities. However, different universities may ask for different certificates and have different admissions requirements.

With more than 170 universities, Turkey's universities all help prepare students for the real world and give them professional skills through their socially engaged campuses and other opportunities. Here are the things that international students must do to go to university in Turkey:

Conditions for Foreign Students to Get into Undergraduate Programs

If an international student wants to go to university in Turkey, they must first get all the necessary certificates and turn them in to the right people. Here is a list of the paperwork that foreign students who want to go to college need to bring with them:

Student Admission Form

Each university has an application form for admission, which must be turned in once it is filled out.

High School Diploma or Its Equivalent

Diplomas from high school must be translated into Turkish and signed by either a Turkish Foreign Representative or a notary.

Transcript – Academic Record

Transcripts must also be translated into Turkish and signed by a foreign representative, a notary, or the university.

Enrollment Fee

All of the above certificates, which are needed to get into a university, must be given to the right university departments by the deadline listed in the academic calendar. The enrollment process can't be finished if the documents are late or don't get turned in.

Foreign students who want to go to university in Turkey must take tests of their language skills and get scores within a range set by the universities. If a student doesn't do well enough on a language test, they have to take one year of language classes to get ready. If a student gets good enough at a language after this year, they can take the department courses in their university program.

Tests that foreign students must take to get into universities in Turkey

After 2011, there were changes to how foreign students could get into universities in Turkey. Up until 2011, the central system gave the exam to foreign students only once a year. Today, each university puts on its own Foreign Student Exam, which is called "YOS" in Turkish.

On the official websites of the universities, there is a lot of information about how foreign students can take exams at their top choices. On the university's website, students can find all the information they need, such as exam dates, base scores, and the steps they need to take to take the exam.

Each university sets its own tests for foreign students who want to go to college.

Student Visa

The university sends acceptance letters to every international student who passed the required test and became eligible for admission. Foreign students need to use this letter of acceptance to get a student visa from a Turkish consulate. Foreign representatives in Turkey can also help students get their student visas.

A student visa is one of the certificates that must be shown in order to enroll.

Residence Permit

Students from other countries who want to go to university in Turkey must get a residence permit. The offices of Migration Management that are in the cities where people live give out residence permits. Foreign students must get a residence permit within one (1) month of moving to Turkey, according to the law.

Every year, foreign students have to get a new permit to stay in the country.

Health care coverage

Students must get health insurance that is valid in Turkey and pays for all of their medical costs. Some universities can pay for health care and medicine for international students. But if a university doesn't offer this coverage, all health care costs must be paid for by foreign students.

Istanbul has many universities.

Istanbul is a popular place for foreign students to go to school because it is one of the world's economic hubs. This makes it easier for students to find jobs after they graduate and gives them a better chance of having international career opportunities. Students who choose to go to school in Istanbul don't have to worry about money, but they still get a world-class education.

Universities offer programs to help people get to know each other in person, online, over the phone, or through webinars.

If you want to take advantage of the benefits of getting an education in Istanbul, you can contact the following universities and take the first step toward your future.

Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University (Private)

Altinbas University, Bahcesehir University, Beykent University, and Beykoz University are all private (Private)

University of the Bezm-i Alem Foundation (Private)

Biruni University (private), Bogazici University (public), and Demiroglu Science University (Private)

University of Dogus (Private)

Galatasaray University, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Foundation University (both private), and Fenerbahce University (both private) (Public)

Halic University, Isik University, and Ibn Haldun University are all private schools (Private)

The University of Istanbul 29 Mayis (Private)

University of Istanbul Arel (Private)

University of Istanbul Aydin (Private)

Istanbul Ayvansaray University (Private)

University of Istanbul Bilgi (Private)

University of Istanbul Esenyurt (Private)

The private Istanbul Gedik University and the public Istanbul Gelisim University (Private)

University of Kent in Istanbul (Private)

Istanbul University of Culture (Private)

University of Istanbul Medeniyet (Public)

University of Istanbul Medipol (Private)

Istanbul Okan University (Private)

Istanbul Rumeli University (Private)

University of Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim (Private)

University of Technology in Istanbul (Public)

Istanbul University of Commerce (Private)

University of Istanbul (Public)

Cerrahpasa is part of Istanbul University (Public)

Istanbul Yeni Yuzyil University (Private), Istinye University (Private), Kadir Has University (Private), Koc University (Private), Maltepe University (Private), Marmara University (Public), MEF University (Private), Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (Public), Nisantasi University (Private), Ozyegin University (Private), Piri Reis University (Private), Sabanci University (Priv (Public)

Uskudar University (private), Yeditepe University (private), Yildiz Technical University (public), Europe Vocational School of Higher Education (private), Istanbul Kavram Vocational School of Higher Education (Private VSHE)

Atasehir Adiguzel Vocational School of Higher Education (Private VSHE), Istanbul Sisli Vocational School of Higher Education (Private VSHE), and Erasmus

Erasmus+ Program, Erasmus+ Student Exchange Program, or Erasmus+ Project (European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) is a project of the European Union that encourages higher education institutions to work together and students and academics to gain short-term experiences in different countries and universities through this collaboration.

The goal of Erasmus+ is to help people get more and better skills by giving them chances to study and do research abroad. The goal of the Erasmus+ Program is to improve the quality of higher education in areas like education, training, learning, internships, volunteer work, youth, and sports.

If you live in one of the participating countries and want to go to school in Istanbul through Erasmus, you can find more information at the link below. (

Early Education – Elementary and High Schools

The Ministry of National Education, which is based in Ankara, has offices in Istanbul. These offices are called the Istanbul Directorate of National Education and the District Directorates of National Education. There are some private schools that international students like more than others, and there are also some schools in Istanbul that are run by the consulates general.

Vocational courses, public education centers, non-formal education, and private courses.

In Istanbul, there are a lot of vocational courses, public education centers, non-formal education centers, and private courses, as well as a wide range of departments, programs (certified and not), and course contents. This is a good thing, especially since education and information are more important than ever.

Every day, this huge industry changes, grows, and changes again. Because of this, we recommend that you find these institutions using general search methods instead of the 3 main institutions.

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