As they want to own apartments for sale in Turkey, many of our valued customers inquire about the possibility of having their children continuing their studies in Turkey. For that only, this article came to explain and show the possibilities of continuing studies in Turkey for the children of those willing to own in Turkey.
First: for the children under the age of six, they can be enrolled at any Turkish or Arab nursery school. However, many of the Arabs want to have their children enrolled in Turkish nursery schools the thing that would facilitate the process of learning the Turkish language for the children.
Second: for primary, elementary, and high school children, they can be enrolled either in the Turkish private schools or in the Arab schools where there are several Arab schools now available in Turkey and they administratively belong to Arab countries, including:
- The Libyan School in Ankara and Istanbul.
- The Saudi Arabia School in Ankara and Istanbul.
- The Sudanese School in Ankara and Istanbul.
- The Jordanian Al-Fayez Schools in Ankara and Istanbul.
Third: for undergraduate and graduate studies, they are available with reasonable and appropriate installments. The universities in Turkey are considered of the emerging modern universities that are seeking their rate among the major universities around the world. However, the recent international classifications showed a great progress for the Turkish universities. Anyway, regarding this case, it is worth pointing out to the Annual Grants Program, in which the Turkish government offers grants to foreign students in Turkey the thing that finds, every year, a high consideration. For detailed information, please see the grants program here.
For your comfort, Imtilak for real estate marketing provides the service of enrolling your children in the Turkish schools and universities through:
- Providing an interpreter who is expert in student enrollment in Turkish schools and universities.
- Providing the customers detailed information about the necessary documents of enrolling and also translating that documents into Turkish when necessary.
- Providing the advices concerning the best available schools in your area.
- Providing the contact information of School Transport Services companies to transport your children from home to school and vice-versa.
- Providing the customers detailed information about public transportations network in Istanbul, and Turkey in general, to facilitate your movement between the school or university and home.
The advantages of studying in Turkey:
Living costs: The cost of living in Turkey is relatively low comparing with the provided quality of life and even in the big cities, such as Istanbul, you can find affordable food and housing. The fees of the public universities are reasonable as well as the fees of the private ones, which are considered low comparing with the universities in Europe and the United States.
Language: During the first period, you can learn the Turkish language, which is relatively something easy since it contains at least 30-35% Arabic words, and 10-15% English ones, and this makes things easy for Arab students.
Education and research: Turkey is proud of many centuries of academic excellence. Turkish teachers are not only qualified but also friendly and most of the high schools and universities have developed advanced facilities. Furthermore, the Turkish university system offers a fair balance between the scientific specializations of the natural sciences, the social sciences, and humanitarian sciences.
Culture: In different parts of Turkey, you can find many parts of cultures, such as the Ottoman, Romanian, Greek, Arabic, Mediterranean and Balkan cultures. Turkish people who live in big cities are more likely to diversity, while those who live in small towns are very friendly and generous.
Location: Turkey is based in the center between Europe, Asia, Africa, Russia, the Middle East, and the Balkans the thing that makes Turkey a bridge between the different cultures since it combines, together and at the same time, the Western scientific renaissance and the Eastern traditions that are close to the Arab and Muslim societies.