Study MBA Degrees in Turkey

Business Studies in Turkey 2018/2019

Study Business in Turkey

Earning a Business Degree in Turkey

Turkey's higher education system offers two year (Associate's), four year (Bachelor's) or six year (Master's) degrees with the option to pursue a research-based doctorate degree. Students whose native language is not English may be asked by certain universities to complete an extra year of English preparatory study before enrolling in a degree program or pass an "exemption examination" showing their proficiency in the English language.

Over 800 colleges and universities operate in Turkey, with the majority of them located in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, Turkey's three largest cities. The Higher Education Council regulates tertiary education in Turkey and provides funding for public institutions. Educational standards vary among Turkish universities, with some comparable to top world universities in the U.S. and Europe.

Business students pursuing a master's degree Turkey will encounter programs deemed "without thesis" or "with thesis". This simply means that either a thesis or term project is required to earn a degree, along with completion of all program courses.

Tuition Fees

Tuition is very affordable in Turkey, especially at public universities that are funded by the government. Public university tuition costs are established by the Turkish government prior to the start of an academic year so each year may present tuition fees different form the previous year's fees.

Why Earn a Business Degree in Turkey?

As a highly developed country with an emerging market economy, Turkey contributes significantly to world production standards by exporting large amounts of agricultural items, vehicles, textiles and appliances. Additionally, Turkey's consistent ascent into a major role as a leader in global banking, industry and communications markets makes earning a Turkish business degree conducive to finding employment in the global business sector.

About Turkey

With its territory split between western Asia and southeastern Europe, the Republic of Turkey is a fascinating country with a rich and chaotic past and an equally complex present. Eight countries form its border--Bulgaria, Iran, Greece, Armenia, Georgia, Syria, Azerbaijan and Iraq, Turkey remains vital to the international community because of its geographic location, secularism and stable democratic government in a region known for chaos and war.

A founding member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the United Nations and the G-20, Turkey is home to mostly ethnic Turks and about 25 percent ethnic Kurds who practice Islam and speak Turkish, the country's official language. Rapid development of Turkey's diplomatic and economic initiatives have contributed to other world leaders recognizing Turkey as an emerging regional power.

Facts about Turkey

Capital: Ankara
Official Languages: Turkish
Government: Unitary parliamentary republic
Population: 75,627,384
Gross Domestic Product: $1.306 Trillion
Currency: Turkish lira (TRY)
Time zone: (UTC+2)