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5 List of Scholarship for Bachelor and Master Degree in Turkey for International Student 2023

 


Turkey is one of great country to pursue your higher education, Turkey has also many great university and offers so many interested major and scholarship for both domestic and international student. If you are planning to study in Turkey, here we have some recommendation university and scholarship you might apply : 

1. Sakarya University 

Sakarya University School of Engineering and Architecture, which was established in 1970, is the foundation of Sakarya University. The university aims to raise individuals who are equipped with all kinds of skills required by contemporary civilization. The school was transformed into Sakarya State Architecture and Engineering Academy in 1971 and provided education as a faculty affiliated to Istanbul Technical University between 1982-1992.

Our university, which has rapidly completed its academic and technical infrastructure comparing the other universities established after 1990, is the first and only state university to have ISO-2002 Quality Certificate and "EFQM Excellence Quality Certificate of Competency Level". The university also sets an example for many universities with its laboratory, education and social services, internet infrastructure and breakthroughs in the informatics sector.

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2. Marmara University

Marmara University is one of the oldest educational institutions in Turkey. Established on 16 January, 1883 under the name Hamidiye Ticaret Mekteb-i Âlisi, and affiliated with the Commercial, Agriculture, Forestry and Mining industry, Marmara University began its life in a house behind the Istanbul High School for Girls in Cağoğlu. The first graduates (13 people) matriculated in 1887. On 21 September, 1889 the school was affiliated with the Education Ministry; in 1893 the school was closed, with the idea that it would be reformed and reopened in the near future. On 15 October, 1897 the school, still affiliated with the Education Ministry, was reopened; from this date on the university has provided education.

The institution became known as the Istanbul Economic and Commercial Sciences Academy in 1959; in 1982, with regulations that were carried out, the institute became officially known as Marmara University and took its place among Turkish Institutes of Higher Education.

In the 1982 - 1983 academic year, education began at Marmara University, which consisted of 9 faculties, 1 school, 1 institute. Today, the number of faculties is 16, the number of schools is 9, and there are 11 institutes. The number of currently operating associate and degree courses at the university is 199.

Close to 3,000 academic staff and more than 70,000 students are making contributions to Marmara University’s academic activities today, making it one of the most important institutes of higher education in Turkey.  In the academic faculties, including the Economics Faculty, Business Faculty,Faculty of Fine Arts, Political Sciences Faculty, Engineering Faculty, Medicine Faculty, Dentistry Faculty and Theology Faculty, education is provided in five different languages, Turkish, English, French, German and Arabic; these qualities make Marmara the only multilingual university in Turkey.

Marmara University has rapidly expanded, providing education-training and research activities from 1982 on, in the faculties, institutes, schools and vocational schools and research-implementation centers. In addition to education and training, the University has developed in social services, giving great importance to publishing and consultancy projects; in this century when the industrial society has been replaced by the information society, in keeping with the demands of society, the university has made contributions to the development of man power and technology as needed by the country; the education approach of providing solutions to economic, political, cultural and similar problems of the university has been represented at home and abroad.

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3. Ataturk University 

Atatürk University offers many facilities to the university students to make their life more convenient and easier. It has one of the biggest training and research hospitals in Turkey. The university hospital in the center has an important health center role for all Eastern Anatolia and Eastern Black Sea. The students who are under 25 years can utilize the health care services free and these medical services are available 24 hours. In addition, there are several kinds of social facilities in the campus area such as movie theaters, fitness centers, Olympic swimming pools and bowling center. Moreover, the university offers some courses, such as traditional folk dances, Turkish folk music, western music and theater, to the people are interested. Throughout the year, Atatürk University campus can host many cultural festivals, concerts, celebration ceremonies, exhibitions and other such that kind of activities. In the Atatürk University campus, 4 grand refectories, 40 canteens, 5 restaurants and 7 cafes are serving multi-choice food alternatives at relatively cheap prices. The university has one of the richest and most distinguished libraries. The library, which is a member of Online National Academic Information Network, has many collections, records, handcrafts and historical books. In addition, the library provides students both private and common study rooms. Atatürk University also provides exchange programs with EU countries under the Erasmus pilot project. There are 2,323 thousand international students are studying in different departments. These students consist of 1,366 undergraduate, 423 graduate and 451 doctorate students.

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4. Abdullah Gul University

The Abdullah Gül University currently has 12 B.Sc, 6 M.Sc & 5 PhD programs organized into 5 schools: School of Engineering: Computer Engineering (B.Sc), Civil Engineering (B.Sc), Electrical & Electronics Engineering (B.Sc), Industrial Engineering (B.Sc), Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc), Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (M.Sc), Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering (PhD), Electrical and Computer Engineering (M.Sc and PhD), Industrial Engineering (M.Sc and PhD), Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Engineering (M.Sc) School of Architecture: Architecture (B.Sc, M.Sc & PhD) School of Leadership and Management: Business Administration (B.Sc), Economy (B.Sc) School of Life and Natural Sciences: Molecular Biology and Genetic (B.Sc), Bioengineering (B.Sc, M.Sc & PhD) School of Humanities and Social Sciences: Political Science and Public Administration (B.Sc), Psychology (B.Sc)AGU School of Languages (AGUSL): new AGU students whose English proficiency is not sufficient to enroll at the Faculty level have the opportunity to complete AGUSL's one-year English preparatory program before joining their Faculty courses. The AGUSL also offers all students the opportunity to gain some familiarity with a second foreign language that has world significance.

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5. Istanbul University 

The university has seventeen faculties on five campuses; the main campus being on Beyazıt Square, which was originally built by Constantine the Great as the Forum Tauri and was later enlarged by Theodosius the Great as the Forum of Theodosius during the Roman period.

The main campus building with its landmark gate was previously used as the headquarters of the Harbiye Nezareti (Ministry of War) by the Ottoman government. Located on the grounds is the Beyazıt Tower, an 85 m (279 ft) tall fire-watch tower. The grounds were previously the location of the Ottoman era Eski Saray (Old Palace). Some Roman and Byzantine ruins are still visible on the grounds.

The university has a teaching staff of 2,000 professors and associates and 4,000 assistants and younger staff. More than 60,000 undergraduate and 8,000 postgraduate students follow the courses offered by Istanbul University every year.

The main gate was depicted on the reverse of the Turkish 500 lira banknotes of 1971–1984

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