It starts with making a comparison between different universities and choosing the most suitable for your preferences and your personality so that you can choose the appropriate university in Turkey. The points of this comparison are as follows:
As we mentioned before that all Turkish cities have universities with faculties in various academic disciplines. For this, you have to specify the city you want to study in first.
Turkish universities include many different study languages, including English, Turkish, German, French, Arabic, and others languages. Each university determines its own language of study, and usually the language of study varies from one major to another within the same university.
• SPECIALIZATIONS AVAILABLE WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY:
Through the website of each university, you can learn about the available majors, as well as the language of study in each major, and then you can choose the appropriate major for you. This is a very important on learning how to choose university in Turkey.
• UNIVERSITY SIZE AND CAMPUS:
Most of the famous Turkish universities have a large and open campus. This is one of the favorite and important things for some students, and some students do not care about this matter preferring small or medium universities, so you must determine what suits your personality.
• COST AND SCHOLARSHIPS:
It must be known through the website of each university the fees required for each of the departments separately. Usually, the fees for studying medical specialties (medicine, dentistry, pharmacy) are higher than the rest of the university faculties.
• DISCOVER AVAILABLE STUDENT CLUBS, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CLUBS:
While you’re discovering your university and its facilities, it is also helpful to go through the university’s available student clubs. These clubs are a great way to connect with like-minded people.
• CONNECT WITH STUDENTS / INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
Students are generally eager and willing to help other students; therefore, if you have any questions or want to know more about specific subjects, then try to talk to a student from the same university.