Türkiye Scholarships for International Students
|Program:||Undergraduate and Postgraduate|
|Scholarship Type:||Fully Funded|
|Eligible Nationality:||International Students|
|Deadline:||20th Feb 2023 (annually)|
The Türkiye Scholarships program is a competitive, government-funded initiative that supports outstanding students and researchers in their pursuit of full-time or short-term programs at leading universities in Turkey.
The scholarship aims to nurture a network of future leaders dedicated to promoting cooperation among countries and understanding among societies.
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All Participating Universities in Turkey
International students from all countries except Turkey.
20th Feb 2023
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For applications submitted through the Türkiye Scholarships Application System (TBBS), all candidates are required to upload the following documents:
Additionally, Ph.D. candidates must submit a proposal for their research topic and a written example of previous research they have conducted.
Many Turkish universities offer programs taught in Turkish, but some departments and universities may offer programs in other languages, such as English.
To be eligible for these programs, candidates must have an internationally accepted language proficiency certificate, such as TOEFL, or an equivalent certification if the university has specified one.
Additionally, these programs require international admission tests results, such as GRE, GMAT, or SAT. Candidates can check the language of instruction while choosing programs in the application system.
Undergraduate candidates who possess international qualifications, such as SAT or GCSE, instead of national exam scores, will need to provide the minimum required qualifications needed for completing secondary school according to these international exams.
Furthermore, all Türkiye Scholarships awardees who do not possess a C1 Level Certificate for Turkish Proficiency, including those placed into programs taught in English or other languages, must attend a 1-year Turkish Language Course and attain the C1 Level Certificate by the end of their academic year.