The number of international students studying in Turkey has significantly increased in the last decade. It might interest you to know that during the 2011-2012 academic years, a total of 25,545 students had chosen The many reasons for choosing to study in Turkey include the following; high standard of education, moderately low cost of living and several academic scholarships that provide monthly stipends.
Cost of Living
International students seeking to study in Turkey will spend an estimated 400-500 USD monthly on accommodation, food, clothing, and transportation. Note that textbooks and admission fees could gulp upto 100-150 USD per semester. However, the figures above are suggestive and would depend largely on your location, lifestyle and the degree course you intend to study. You are encouraged to seek further information on living costs from your institution directly.
*Abant Izzet Baysal University, Faculty of Medicine at Düzce
*Akdeniz University, Faculty of Medicine
*Ankara University, Faculty of Medicine
*Atatürk University, Faculty of Medicine
*Celal Bayar University, Faculty of Medicine
*Çukurova University, Faculty of Medicine
*Dicle University, Faculty of Medicine
*Faculty of Engineering, ÇOMÜ
*ITU School of Civil Engineering
*Middle East Technical University
*Yıldız Technical University
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