Each year, 50,000 Turkish students go abroad to study. While the quality of education, curricula, equivalence, living conditions and post-education rights are important in the countries where education is provided, European countries have recently come to the fore with quality and budget-friendly school options.
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ISTANBUL (TR) - Turkish students mostly go to universities in European countries for studying abroad. According to UNESCO data, 20% of the 50,000 students who go abroad for education every year prefer European universities. In the face of the growing interest of Turkish students, the most preferred language schools, high schools, career colleges, colleges and universities in Europe are coming to Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir between 12-18 October 2019. Prior to the fair, students and graduates of all ages could attend free of charge Akare Overseas Education Fairs highlighted the most important issues for students who want to study in Italy, Poland, Germany and Ukraine, one of the countries most preferred by Turkish students.
Italy, which is the most preferred country in the world for design, fashion and art education, is home to many of the top 1000 universities in the world ranking for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. 58 one state, 17 private universities in the country to one of the students going to university education in Turkey is supposed to be the points in the history of the university entrance exam. Italy graduate-level engineering training lasts 3 years and obtained a degree both in Turkey is going to have validity across Europe.
Politecnico di Milano, Politecnico di Torino, Bocconi University, Sapienza of Rome, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Università di Bologna are among the best universities to study in Italy.
As of 2019, Poland has been home to some 80,000 international students, making it one of the most preferred countries in Europe for education in recent years. The fact that living expenses are low compared to other EU member states and the country's membership to the European Union increases the interest of international students in Poland. Poland is one of the countries with the highest number of English education programs in Europe after English is spoken as the mother tongue. Candidate countries which have a high school diploma to start without an examination of university education in many sections of students who graduate from universities in Turkey will continue to seamlessly also has a master's degree education system. The annual fees in private education institutions start from 1,300 Euros and in public universities from 2,000 Euros.
According to international academic quality assessment reports, it is hosting 26 universities among the top 1000 universities. Poland's top five universities are Jagiellonian University, University of Warsaw, AGH University of Science & Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan.
Germany, which has the most universities in Europe, offers more than 10,000 departments for academic education and provides the opportunity for each student to choose the appropriate departments for his / her abilities. It offers a great career opportunity for Turkish students with a work permit up to 18 months after graduating in engineering. The equivalence of the Council of Higher Education is valid at all state universities in Germany. The teen with the rules for admittance to the German state universities in Turkey entering the university entrance exam to earn the same or similar sections you plan to study in Germany.
In Germany, which has 44 universities in the top 1000 in the world ranking, the annual tuition fees of the universities vary between 200 and 1,500 Euros. Germany's top five universities: Heidelberg University, Munich University, Munich Technical University, Karlsruhe University, Humboldt Berlin University
Ukraine, which stands out especially with its investments in the field of education, has become one of the countries that Turkish students intensively preferred for university education. Since many of the universities are members of the European University Association, diplomas from Ukrainian universities are valid in European countries. Students can also transfer to universities in European countries. Without going into the exam AYT TYT and implemented in Turkey with only a high school diploma can be taken training in the required section, close to a hundred Ukrainian universities recognized by HEC. Tuition fees varying between 1,500-4,500 USD per year, and low living costs of around 300 USD per month attract thousands of international students to Ukraine.
The top 3 universities of Ukraine: Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kyiv National Taras Schevchenko University, Kyiv Polytechnic University
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