|Universities & Colleges||City|
|Antalya Bilim University||Antalya|
|Bahcesehir University - BAU||İstanbul|
|Beykent University||Sarıyer, İstanbul|
|Istanbul Aydin University||İstanbul|
|Istanbul Bilgi University||İstanbul|
|Istanbul Kultur University||Istanbul|
|Istanbul Okan University||Istanbul|
|Nisantasi University Turkey||Bayrampaşa, Kağıthane, Nişantaşı|
- Degrees granted by Turkish universities are recognized across the world and a growing number of programs are taught in English, especially in areas such as engineering, international relations and business
- Tuition fees and the cost of living are lower in Turkey than in most European or American countries yet the quality of education is still high. There are also scholarships available that cover not only tuition fees but accommodation, insurance and travel costs.
- Private universities set their own fees and charge up to $20,000. At public universities, tuition fees are generally more expensive for study programs in English, ranging from $600-1500 per year, while the same courses in Turkish are around $240-750.
- More than 30,000 international students come Turkey to study.
- 92% of the Turks live with less than $1000 per month, so in Turkish standards you will be comfortable with $1000 per month. On the other hand, what you mean with comfortable is an European life, you will need $3000 per month.
- The Expat Explorer survey says – The survey, based on the opinions of more than 18,000 expatriates from 163 countries, shows Turkey’s ranking raised from 22nd place last year to seventh.
- An average international student in Turkey will spend about 400-500 USD a month on accommodation, food, clothing, entertainment, transportation and telephone costs.