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  1. Apologies GDBand your help is appreciated mate :)thanx
  2. Hey GBD Sari has three meanings in Arabic the most frequently used is: "the man who travels at night" ,but it could also means "the rainy cloud" depending on the context, and it is pronounced exactly like the Indian Sari . Regarding the Dokuz Eylul University their application for foreign students in their website stated the following "The basic language of instruction at DEU is Turkish, So candidates must know Turkish in both spoken and written" ~ found at the bottom of this page http://goo.gl/ITg0HD. Haceteppe has both English-taught and Turkish-taught groups for Medicine but they didn't provide any information regarding Dentistry. and I really prefer Izmir and it was the first thing on my mind when I looked for schools there. And do you have any idea about tuition fees in general?
  3. Hello everybody My name is Sari and I'm a 3rd year Iraqi M. D student, currently living in Libya with my family.. Me and my brother who is a 3rd year Dentistry student are planning to move to Turkey and study there starting next year, so we are looking for a State University that teaches in ENGLISH for both Medicine and Dentistry, or at least a province which has English-teaching faculties for Med. and Dentistry -so that we could stay in close proximity to one another- so given that: -what Universities/Provinces fall in this criteria? -what are the regulations concerning foreign transfer students in general? -And if it makes any difference- the University in which we're enrolled in teaches in English using universal textbooks. Any help is greatly appreciated
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