Quality Education: Turkish universities offer high quality studies and are an integral part of the European education space. There is an increasing number of universities offering programs taught in English, and these include medicine, engineering, humanities, business, and finance.
International Co-operations: Turkish Universities have various cooperation agreements with high class international universities that provides dual diploma and programmes. Turkey is part of Bologna Process since 2001 and also a member of many different international platforms. What this means is that, first all students can continue their education in other countries with ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) and second they can get their diplomas recognized by other countries.
Modern Campuses: Laboratories, libraries, canteens, parks, sport centers, cultural facilities, student clubs, dormitories and social clubs are always available for students.
International Students: Over 90,000 foreign students (17.000 distance learning) attended a higher education institution in Turkey in 2015, coming primarily from Europe and central Asia. Students can attend Turkish universities as full-degree students or as exchange students through their current school or through an independent organization. Beginning from 2010-11 academic year, Universities started to set their own admissions requirements with some choosing to accept foreign exam scores instead of a standard exam. At some universities, which are primarily private, all courses are taught in English. A number of public universities teach some courses and some entire programs in English.
Scholarship Opportunities: There are a wide variety of scholarship opportunities in Turkey available. These scholarships are provided by the State and universities themselves.