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Studying in Turkey

 

Studying in Turkey is one of the best options that an Arab student who wants to obtain a good education can make in a country that combines ancient Islamic originality with modern Western contemporary.

 

As everyone knows, Turkey has witnessed great progress in the last ten years in various fields (economy, health, education, tourism …)

 

This progress makes it occupy an important position among the powerful countries in the world, and it pushes many people of different nationalities to visit this country, whether for work, study, tourism or investment.

 

In general, many people have come to think of immigrating to Turkey not as a way to get to Europe, but to reside and live in it.

 

In this article, we will talk about studying in Turkey on the grounds that studying in this country has begun to interest many students, especially Arab students.

 

Therefore, we will present to them a comprehensive guide on education in Turkey, starting from initial education to higher education and methods of completing studies in it.

Everyone has the right to receive education on the grounds that education is a right, but compulsory for all

 

Education, then, in Turkey is compulsory from the age of 6 to 14, and free of charge in state schools.

 

The academic year in Turkish educational institutions generally begins in mid-September and early October.

 

The school year ends at the end of May or early June.

 

The school year intersects with some holidays, the most prominent of which is the two-week winter vacation.

The stages of education in Turkey are divided into 4 sections:

 

Pre-school stage: It is represented in kindergarten under the age of 6 years, and education is optional and not compulsory.

 

The primary stage: in which education is compulsory and free for a period of 8 years (5 primary years + 3 years secondary) and this stage is for children aged 6 to 14 years.

Secondary school: It is 4 years of Lise High School, or Vocational High School. This stage is intended for adolescents between the ages of 15 and 18 years.

 

Some schools may have an extra year of language study, and most schools are public government schools that provide a good education.

 

The stage of higher education: At this stage, the student must study 4 years at the university or two years in higher vocational schools.

 

Some institutions have an extra year of language study

 

Study a master’s degree in Turkey in two years after obtaining the license.

 

As for studying a doctorate in Turkey, it will be between 3 to 5 years after obtaining a master’s degree

Advantages of studying in Turkey for foreigners:

If you want to study engineering in Turkey or want to study medicine in Turkey or even study history in Turkey, you will benefit from many advantages that you will not find in other European countries, and if you find them, they will be under very difficult conditions.

 

In general, these are some of the advantages provided by the educational system in Turkey:

 

The number of public universities in Turkey is about to reach 100;

There are well-established Turkish government universities;

The number of foreign students in Turkish universities is constantly increasing.

Housing is provided for male and female students in Turkish universities;

The language of instruction is English according to Western standards.

Turkish universities are internationally recognized;

Tuition fees in Turkey are very low compared to other European countries.

Turkey scholarships are also available to all students who deserve them;

Turkish universities are classified in terms of basic principles such as the quality of teaching, infrastructure, campus facilities … It is among the best universities in the world..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Studying in Turkey is one of the best options that an Arab student who wants to obtain a good education can make in a country that combines ancient Islamic originality with modern Western contemporary.

 

As everyone knows, Turkey has witnessed great progress in the last ten years in various fields (economy, health, education, tourism …)

 

This progress makes it occupy an important position among the powerful countries in the world, and it pushes many people of different nationalities to visit this country, whether for work, study, tourism or investment.

 

In general, many people have come to think of immigrating to Turkey not as a way to get to Europe, but to reside and live in it.

 

In this article, we will talk about studying in Turkey on the grounds that studying in this country has begun to interest many students, especially Arab students.

 

Therefore, we will present to them a comprehensive guide on education in Turkey, starting from initial education to higher education and methods of completing studies in it.

Everyone has the right to receive education on the grounds that education is a right, but compulsory for all

 

Education, then, in Turkey is compulsory from the age of 6 to 14, and free of charge in state schools.

 

The academic year in Turkish educational institutions generally begins in mid-September and early October.

 

The school year ends at the end of May or early June.

 

The school year intersects with some holidays, the most prominent of which is the two-week winter vacation.

 

The stages of education in Turkey are divided into 4 sections:

 

Pre-school stage: It is represented in kindergarten under the age of 6 years, and education is optional and not compulsory.

 

The primary stage: in which education is compulsory and free for a period of 8 years (5 primary years + 3 years secondary) and this stage is for children aged 6 to 14 years.

Secondary school: It is 4 years of Lise High School, or Vocational High School. This stage is intended for adolescents between the ages of 15 and 18 years.

 

Some schools may have an extra year of language study, and most schools are public government schools that provide a good education.

 

The stage of higher education: At this stage, the student must study 4 years at the university or two years in higher vocational schools.

 

Some institutions have an extra year of language study

 

Study a master’s degree in Turkey in two years after obtaining the license.

 

As for studying a doctorate in Turkey, it will be between 3 to 5 years after obtaining a master’s degree

Advantages of studying in Turkey for foreigners:

If you want to study engineering in Turkey or want to study medicine in Turkey or even study history in Turkey, you will benefit from many advantages that you will not find in other European countries, and if you find them, they will be under very difficult conditions.

 

In general, these are some of the advantages provided by the educational system in Turkey:

 

The number of public universities in Turkey is about to reach 100;

There are well-established Turkish government universities;

The number of foreign students in Turkish universities is constantly increasing.

Housing is provided for male and female students in Turkish universities;

The language of instruction is English according to Western standards.

Turkish universities are internationally recognized;

Tuition fees in Turkey are very low compared to other European countries.

Turkey scholarships are also available to all students who deserve them;

Turkish universities are classified in terms of basic principles such as the quality of teaching, infrastructure, campus facilities … It is among the best universities in the world..

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