In the last two decades, the number of international students in Turkey has rapidly increased, as the higher education system in Turkey has developed significantly in both quality and quantity. Turkish Universities now offer a variety of majors and choices for international students in English. Quality of education is also excellent in Turkey and it has been reflected in the international ranking lists of universities that include many Turkish universities.
There is an increase in the number of Turkish universities offering scholarships for international students for various programs like engineering, business, humanities, and finance which definitely make Turkey an attractive option for international students.
Additionally, Turkey is a member of many different international platforms and also part of Bologna process since 2001. Firstly, this means that all students can continue their education in other countries with ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) and secondly, they can get their diplomas recognized by other countries.
The other most important reasons for the students to select Turkey for Higher Education are; the pleasant weather conditions for the students and the affordable expenses when it comes to the accommodation, food and transportation. And also the culture and the hospitality of people in the country build up a comfortable environment for the students to be in the country during the process of their study period.
Turkish Medical Universities provide access to the world class laboratories, latest technological advancements and a favorable atmosphere for educational and life scanning. They also provide the students the opportunity to be educated by world class professors, doctors and masters in the field of medicine.
Additionally, students have the opportunity to explore and experience a wide international community because Turkey is at a cross road between three continents, giving the opportunity to experience the culture in the midst of diversity which will definitely establish a strong connection between the student and the wider world.