Tips on Postgraduate Studies
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YÖS test is a test for undergraduates who want to study in Turkey at undergraduate levels in Turkish universities and the result is acceptable for all Turkish universities.
The test was held nationally by the Turkish Assessment Organization until year five, but in the following years and from year two, it was administered independently by each university in accordance with the rules adopted by the Turkish education system. Students who intend to take this exam must first determine their desired university and then follow the university’s registration date and procedure and take the exam.
A test conducted by the Assessment Organization prior to Year two consisted of three questions, of which two were Intelligence Test two, Mathematical Question, and five Geometry Question. After the exam was given to the universities themselves, the number of questions and budgeting questions were also influenced by the conditions of each university so that in some years only some mathematics and geometry or only intelligence tests were introduced.
.Applicants must be a high school senior or high school graduate
.Applicants must be foreign nationals
If an applicant is a Turkish citizen at birth and has been issued a Turkish citizenship certificate by the Turkish Ministry of Interior, s/he must obtain and submit the required forms from the Ministry of the Interior.
Citizens of the Republic of Turkey or the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus who have completed high school in a foreign country are eligible for this law.
In general, Turkish universities have a wide range of educational facilities, libraries, internet and laboratory equipment, numerous sports facilities, recreational facilities and health services. Most universities have very low-cost dormitory facilities, and although universities do not offer pre-requisites for dormitories, Iranian students have generally been able to use the dormitory in previous years.
An important point to keep in mind for studying in Turkey is that Turkish universities usually do not have any commitment for students to give them accommodation, but in recent years they have provided accommodation to foreign students. Students receive health insurance during their studies at Turkish universities and their medical facilities are completely free.
Lisn Lisans Diplomasi Includes two to three years of post-secondary education.
Lisans Diplomasi Includes four years of study and at least five credits.
Yuksek Lisans Diplomasi Includes two years of full-time study. Entry to this course is required to have a Lisans Diplomasi degree. The course covers two and a half years of classroom and two and a half years of research thesis
Veterner Hekimligi Yuksek Lisans Diplomasi includes five years of full-time veterinary education after high school diploma
DOCTOR (PhD) Includes three to four years of full-time education. Entry to this course requires a Yuksek Lisans Diplomasi degree
The course consists of two to four semesters of classroom and at least two semesters of research. Before starting the research, the student must pass the comprehensive exam successfully. Writing a doctoral thesis and successfully defending research is a prerequisite for a doctoral degree.
Lisn Lisans Diplomasi Degrees with two years of study and all part-time academic degrees and degrees with two or three years of study are assessed as “associate” if they have a high school diploma
Lisans Diplomasi (Bachelor) Degree After high school diploma, Bachelor’s degree is assessed.
.Yuksek Lisans Diplomasi (Master) Degrees from Group One Universities are awarded a “Master’s” degree. Note: Subjects of section two of higher education institutions not listed in Group I universities are subject to a grade point average of one, together with a scholarly essay from the Master’s Degree Thesis in Valid Journals
Veterner Hekimligi Yuksek Lisans Diplomasi Degrees With five years of post-secondary education, a “Master’s Degree” in Veterinary Medicine is assessed
Doktora (Ph.D.) Degrees from Group One Universities are awarded a Ph.D. on the condition that they have a Masters Degree.
Note: Subjects of paragraph one of higher education institutions not listed in Group I universities are listed on condition that they have a grade point average of seven together with a scientific paper, doctoral dissertation, and non-accredited Iranian journals. Country of study) is evaluated as a “doctorate)
Taking into consideration the need of Iranian volunteers to study Turkish language in universities as well as in everyday life, the institute teaches this language in extraordinary classes. Teaching in these classes is in accordance with the foreign language teaching principles approved by the TÖMER Center for Research and Development of Turkish Universities (TÖMER) and the Ministry of Science and Technology Research and is offered continuously during the Institute’s courses.
Selection of undergraduate students at Turkish universities is not carried out through the national entrance examination, but the universities individually apply for the required qualifications and candidates by applying for internal examinations. Accordingly, it is much easier to enter universities at these times than Iranian universities
Turkish universities annually announce a list of majors in which they will have undergraduate and doctoral students admission, as well as the student admission capacity for both majors. Candidates must choose a course that they can pursue and apply for the entrance exams during the admission process. The duration of the master’s degree is at least three years and the PH.D is four years. The number of credits required at both levels is generally between one and two credits, which must be completed at half time, with the remainder devoted to the thesis. The language of instruction in postgraduate and PH.D courses is Turkish or English
Undergraduate degrees in Turkish universities usually take five years, but in some disciplines such as medical education in Turkey, it takes about five years.
Turkish universities do not accept students for postgraduate and doctoral degrees across the country and each university individually conducts entrance exams. Universities announce applications for admission twice a year, along with admission capacity, and students must enroll in their respective disciplines and take relevant exams.
Postgraduate studies at Turkish universities take about five years and PhDs about five years. Students at both the master’s and doctoral levels must spend between five and five courses in half of their undergraduate course and spend the other half on their thesis research and dissertation.
One of the prerequisites for admission to Turkish universities is to have a high school diploma and pass an entrance exam. Entrance examinations are held separately for each university and are not age-appropriate, and applicants of any age can only take the high school diploma. The language of instruction at most Turkish universities is Istanbul Turkish and free language learning courses are held for those students who do not have Turkish language proficiency.