Turkey education system

Turkey education system involves five main sectors. The first one is the primary education which is free and required, it begins at age six and lasts five years.

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Secondary education where all of half of the students continue in the middle and high school for three years each. There are also a large number of vocational and technical schools which it may be entered after the completion of the middle school. There are also more than 1,200 institutions of higher education and more than 60 universities and one of the largest and famous universities are The Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Istanbul Technical University and Hacettepe University in Ankara.

Foreigners can only apply for a Turkish student visa after they’ve been accepted by a Turkish educational institution certified by the Ministry of Education – whether that’s a school, university or language course

If you wish to study in Turkey, you will need to obtain a student visa. This process can be done at the Turkish consulate or embassy in your home country before arriving in Turkey. When you have been granted a visa, you will be able to register as a student, as well as being able to receive a residency permit.

Reasons to Study in Turkey!

For most students who wish to study abroad, the expense of tuition fees is a big barrier. Turkey has substantially lower prices than the United States, the United Kingdom, or Australia.

As an international student, you may live well in Turkey on a monthly budget of 400–650 EUR. When compared to other study places throughout the world, this is far less expensive

Living outside of campus is cheaper than in EU countries, so many move into a shared apartment or as individuals in an apartment. Rents vary, but one can say that Istanbul is the most expensive city in Turkey.

Turkey is one of the cheapest countries to live and study.In comparison with Germany or other countries, the rental costs in Turkey are cheaper.Food is also usually cheaper than in most of the countries.

There are two types of Universities in Turkey:

-Private Universities

– Public Universities


Education System in Turkey for your children:

If you intend to immigrate to Turkey and your goal is short-term or long-term residence or citizenship, you should consider that the first condition for entering Turkish schools is to have Kimlik(ID). Without obtaining residence or citizenship, the process of educating children does not begin.

Perhaps the best way to start is to learn Turkish in Iran or in Turkey before entering school. But if your child is not familiar with Turkish, do not worry, you can apply for enrollment in Iranian schools in Turkey. Or enroll in international schools to continue their education in English or other living languages such as French or German.

Fortunately, the Turkish school system offers a variety of options in addition to being of high quality, which makes it a good option for immigration.