Study in Turkey in English
Turkish universities offer quality education at a low cost, attracting students from all over the world for undergraduate and postgraduate ..
Turkish universities offer quality education at a low cost, attracting students from all over the world for undergraduate and postgraduate studies, as well as multiple nationalities, as Turkey is a bridge to the world connecting Europe and Asia.
English is a global language spoken by all nationalities of the world. Therefore, Turkish universities offer multiple programs within the different departments to study English. Where Turkish universities include a selection of distinguished professors in communicating with students
How does a student choose to study in English?
The student can study in Turkish universities in English, as the student chooses the English language during the registration process at the university
After that, he must submit a certificate of English language proficiency within the application papers to “TOEFL” University, and if the student does not obtain a language certificate, he must take a test and if he obtains a poor rate, the student studies the preparatory year for the English language.
Subjects available to study in English
- Civil Engineering
- electrical engineering
- Electronic Engineering
- Architectural Engineering
- computer engineering
- Mechanical Engineer
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Business Management
- Information and systems management
- foreign trade
- science and politics
- Film and Television
- The stage
- graphic design
- Fashion design
Alemni Shokran Company is a pioneer in the field of student services and university admissions
We are official agents of many high-quality and efficient universities, serving more than 1500 students annually.
We do not charge any student fees for the application or admission procedures for university students. We provide “free” services and the financial transactions are carried out from the student to the university directly and in an easy way, where the study expenses are transferred from the student’s account to the university’s account directly