COST OF LIVING AND TRANSPORTATION
WHY STUDY IN TURKEY
- Member of European higher education
- Internationally recognized diplomas
- High Quality Education
- Economic Education Fee
- Modern Living
- Opportunities Scholarships
- Health insurance FREE
- Part-time work
The cost of studying and living abroad is another factor you need to consider when making your decision to study abroad. Compared to other destinations Turkey deals annual tuition fees significantly lower than other countries.
As Napoleon said, "If the world were a single country, Istanbul would be its capital" Istanbul is a wonderful place covering European and Asian continents across the Bosphorus Strait. Throughout history, this unique Istanbul is politically, commercially and culturally a very important city.
Once the capital of the Byzantines and empires Ottoman Istanbul has great historical monuments, a business culture still alive and a cosmopolitan culture that welcomes everyone. Istanbul is also an education center with 58 universities currently manage and host 600,000 international students. Living and studying in Istanbul is a great experience with so many places to see and so much to do.
|COST OF LIVING AND STUDIES|
|Nature of costs||USA DOLARS||Franc CFA|
|DUT (2)||1000 $ -4000 $||600,000 ~ 2,400,000|
|LICENSE (4)||1700 $ -7000 $||1,700,000 ~ 4,200,000|
|MASTER 2)||$ 3500 ~ $ 4000 ~ $ 5000||~ ~ 2,100,000 2,400,000 3,000,000|
|SCHOOL TEXTBOOK AND MATERIALS||$ 200||100.000|
|HOUSING||$ 170 |
|FOOD||$ 100 Per Month||60,000|
|LEISURE, INTERNET, TELEPHONE||$ 100 Per Month||60,000|
|TRAVELING||$ 20 Per Month||12,500|
International students have a variety of options to meet their accommodation needs throughout their educational life in Turkey. Students can stay in university dormitories located on campus, in state dormitories managed by the KYK (Higher Education Credit and Hostels Institution) located in various locations of the city, in private dormitories or apartments they rent in the city.
State Dormitories and University Dormitories
Almost all state dormitories and university dormitories in Turkey are separated for male and female students. Although the number of students staying in rooms is variable, the price may increase or decrease generally based on the number of people staying in the room.
In the dining and common areas, all furniture including a student may need are available for students. The dorms have wireless internet access available to all students. Some dorms have their own cafeteria and usually serve breakfast and dinner. Common areas such as a TV room, a study room, a gym and a kitchen are also available for students.
Monthly fees for managed by KYK dormitories vary 850TL 1200 TL for 2019. The cost of university dormitories vary with each university and the physical characteristics of the chamber hosted.
You can find private dormitories around most college campuses. The facilities offered by private dormitories are generally higher than state dormitories (eg, newer furniture and varied), but their rates are higher.
Rent a House
Another lodging option for international students is to rent a house. Especially in neighborhoods close universities, many students rented a house with some friends. You will have many rental homes in Turkey options, which is growing rapidly in terms of quality and number of units. Of course, prices vary from one city to another and depending on the location and characteristics of the house. However, whatever your budget, you can be sure you will find adequate housing in the city where you are going.
Houses in Turkey generally have the shape of a flat. These apartments have a large living room as well as 2 to 4 additional bedrooms. Most homes have a balcony. The kitchen is located as a separate part of the house. Home heating is provided by a central system or combination boiler. Based on the rental rates per square meter in some provinces in 2018, the average rental rate of a house of 90 square meters can be found below:
Istanbul has the means of the most sophisticated and fast transport including the METRO BUS that unites the European Cote that of Asia and also many area of the city c'st the fastest means of transport in Turkey You also have the option of using the Tram, Buses, Mini Bus, Boats, Etc, The Metros...
|METRO BUS||1.25 TL|
In Turkish society, daily life is shaped around meals and long meals. The center of the life of the house is the kitchen. Even in big cities, families often prefer to dine together and at home. Turkish cuisine is world famous with its rich ingredients and dishes with intensive work. You can taste the unique flavors in restaurants or in a house where prompted. Cooking at home is very common. You can buy fresh foods in grocery stores, supermarkets and bazaars open certain days.
Food prices are very affordable.
|CHICKEN (1 KG)||22TL|
|MEAT (1 KG)||45TL|
You should not miss the following dishes in your room dining menu.
These are the flavors that you will not want to leave Turkey without tasting.
- Karnıyarık (Eggplant eggplant meal)
- İmambayıldı (Roasted eggplant stuffed)
- Pile kebabı (Persian lamb and vegetable stew)
- Yaprak Sarma (Vine leaves provided with stick) - Kebap
- Kazandibi (Custard)
Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe, not only in terms of geography but also in cultural, social and political. Because of this unique position in the territory of the country distributed through Anatolia (Asia) and Thrace (Europe), many great civilizations amounted in history, and these civilizations were home to the wealth and cultural and ethnic diversity. Many things in Turkey contain a mixture of East and West, old and new, the traditional and the modern. When you visit even the smallest city in Turkey, whatever its population, you will find that different cultural elements, traditions, beliefs, languages or dialects live.
Many religious, ethnic and cultural life on the territories of Turkey that housed many communities and empires that have left traces and are on the migration and trade routes. Because maybe this diversity, the Turks are harmonious, friendly, hospitable and helpful.