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  1. After you are accepted by a Turkish university, you'll apply for and receive a student visa to enter Turkey. After you arrive in Turkey, you'll apply online for your student residence permit. At the end of the online application, you'll select a date and time for an appointment at the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM), where an immigration specialist will go over your application and paperwork to make sure everything is in order. Once it's accepted, they'll send the package to their main headquarters in Ankara, where your student residence permit will be printed. Then they'll mail your student residence permit to you by registered mail. Coordinate With Your Student Affairs Office Your student affairs office will give you a briefing about how to go about applying for your student residence permit, and make sure you have what you need before you make an online application. Required Documents Please see our article detailing the commonly required documents for a student residence permit in Turkey. Make sure you have your photos and your insurance policy (or your document from the SGK if your country has a bilateral agreement with Turkey for healthcare coverage) before you start the online application. You will need to scan and upload one photo of yourself. That photo must be the same as the ones you take to your appointment. Also, you will need to enter the information from your healthcare insurance or SGK document (such as the policy number and start and end dates). At your appointment, if any of the documents are missing or inadequate, the immigration specialist will tell you, and give you time to go get the documents and return with them. What Student Residence Permits May Be Issued For Associate, undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate study Primary and secondary education, as long as care and expenses of the student are provided by a natural or legal person. Student residence permits are not required for open education programs or courses, such as Turkish language courses. They are also not issued if you are attending a university as a guest student or as part of a research program. For these, you can use an e-visa or a short-term residence permit. Working as a Student A student residence permit does not automatically give you permission to work. If you want to work, you must apply for a work permit. Reporting Changes in Your Location If you transfer to a different department of a university, or move to another university, you must inform the DGMM of the transfer within 20 business days. If you move to a university in another city or province, you must inform the DGMM within ten business days. They will issue you another residence permit card for the new province. This only involves issuing you a new residence permit card, that is, you don't have to go through the whole application process again. The DGMM office you need to inform is the one in the province you have been transferred to. Any change of residential address must also be reported to the Nüfus ve Vatandaş İşleri Genel Müdürlüğü (Population and Citizenship Directorate, or Nüfus). Renewal Student residence permits may be renewed annually, or until the end of the period of study. Turkey's Foreigner Communications Center The DGMM has a number you can call to speak to an immigration specialist. Call 157 from any telephone within Turkey. The call will be free. From outside of Turkey, call +90 312 157 1122. Long-distance charges will apply. Need to buy the required health insurance coverage for your residence permit? You can buy it online, or just get a free quote, by using our Expat Health Insurance Inquiry Form. See Also Turkey Residence Permit Forum: If you need more information, post your questions in our Residence Permits forum. Student Visas External Links Study in Turkey: From the Turkish government, a good source of information for anyone who wants to come to Turkey for education.
  2. Hi everyone, i just want to know about the schools in Turkey for foreigners ,is there some private schools same as public schools but with good environment and only in Turkish language? how is public schools in Turkey for foreign (Pakistani) female students?
  3. Hello everyone! I’m a Pakistani who has wanted to live in Turkey ever since the age of 15. Everything was planned but now I’m facing alot of problems, to start with, I’m just about to start my university and for that i want to move to Turkey, i have seen so many Turkish dramas/films that i can speak a little turkish and i am willing to learn more. I’m also fimiliar with the lifestyle. What draws me to Turkey are the people, the amazing friendly people and that’s i want to move there permanently. NOW where the problem lies is that i want to become a lawyer, along with Turkey that too is a dream of mine. Do you think i can study and then practice law in Turkey? Please help! Any tips you’d like to give me? Thanks!
  4. At ICCA International School, children of multiple nationalities learn together in a multi-cultural environment. ICCA takes pride in offering their students a creative and comprehensive education. As such they are very well resourced with quality equipment and educational materials. Learning Languages at ICCA International School ICCA has a reputation for successfully teaching English as a second language to children of all ages. Children are taught by fluent English speaking teachers through a variety of activities which include singing, role play, drama, model making, story books, writing and the study of everyday topics. Children are encouraged to participate verbally in English to build their confidence and help them to develop an ear for the language and the rhythm and intonation of the speech. Children with a knowledge of the English language are also helped to extend their vocabulary and further their understanding of sentence structure through listening to stories, reading and writing. All children with a positive attitude and a high level of teacher expectation will learn English, however, younger children will be less inhibited when starting to speak a second or third language. At ICCA all children learn English and Turkish and they are also offered opportunities to learn other languages. ICCA International School is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Closed during the month of August. There is also another branch of ICCA International School in Döşmealtı, Antalya.
  5. At ICCA International School, children of multiple nationalities learn together in a multi-cultural environment. ICCA takes pride in offering their students a creative and comprehensive education. As such they are very well resourced with quality equipment and educational materials. Learning Languages at ICCA International School ICCA has a reputation for successfully teaching English as a second language to children of all ages. Children are taught by fluent English speaking teachers through a variety of activities which include singing, role play, drama, model making, story books, writing and the study of everyday topics. Children are encouraged to participate verbally in English to build their confidence and help them to develop an ear for the language and the rhythm and intonation of the speech. Children with a knowledge of the English language are also helped to extend their vocabulary and further their understanding of sentence structure through listening to stories, reading and writing. All children with a positive attitude and a high level of teacher expectation will learn English, however, younger children will be less inhibited when starting to speak a second or third language. At ICCA all children learn English and Turkish and they are also offered opportunities to learn other languages. ICCA International School is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Closed during the month of August. There is also another branch of ICCA International School in Antalya City Center.
  6. Hi every one , i’m looking for a good rated international primary school in Antalya , I came across many on the internet websites “ but can’t decide .. any help plz
  7. Based on my research, english private schools are way costly (30-60k $ a year). I am looking for a list of private schools where medium of instruction is in English and fees range between 15-20k TL/Year. cheers
  8. Star

    Study in izmir

    Dear all, I want to come izmir and study in izmir economy university if my tuition fee waived. It will be announced at the end of july. First of all, how does izmir look like? Is it suitable to spend my two years there? I was accepted for the financial economics at ieu. I want many information about it. Especially the students there could help me. Would u please help me. I am also married. Please give me any useful info
  9. Hi all i am living in Dubai for 12 years. my son is grade 6 in british school. i plan to shift to Antalya. Is it any international school there? he doesn't speak turkish at all.
  10. Hello I am an Architect from Pakistan. I want to join a short term course to learn wood work( furniture making) in Turkey which lasts max of 3 months time. I cant find any academies in turkey which provide short courses in Interior Design, Furniture Making or any technical education, as in other countries. Other than this i will be visiting Turkey for the first time in 2017. I want to spent the whole month for which my visa would be applicable. Hotel stay is not affordable for 30 days so i searched the internet for renting a flat or apartment. I found many sites and accommodation options as well but i am not sure whether they are safe or not? How do i find a safer option? Additionally i would like to ask that is it possible to find jobs on a visit visa? as i am aware that employment in Turkey is quite difficult as they prefer Turkish skilled citizens first, but i want to try because there are almost no job opportunities on internet for International candidates. Are there any organizations or firms/agents in Turkey who could search for job or provide any arrangements in helping getting a job? Thankyou Looking forward
  11. Hi, Does anybody have any information about this university? My friend wants to study master of architecture in Turkey. She does not know which university is better for her. She is looking for a university with complete English language in Istanbul. Unfortunately, I cannot find any useful information in Mimar Sinan website. It seems that it does not take international students! How about ITU? Please help guys thanks
  12. Hi every one .. we also moving to turkey we are thinking to move to fethiye.. but i want to know if there schools teatching english and arabic .. if there is please put there names .. thanks
  13. I am living in Antalya now and I'm looking for Fashion school, like fashion designs or even only Sewing or knitting. it doesn't matter if it's not a academic institutions or something, and also if it's in the Turkish language, that is okay.
  14. We have just moved to Turkey. My 10 year old son speaks a little Turkish not too much and some English. We want to register him into a public school and wanted to know the following. He is going to go into the fourth grade. In which school, in Guzeloba, can we register him? What documents are required? Will they help him learn Turkish? If there are no schools near Guzeloba, what other places would you suggest?
  15. Hi all, I am looking to move to Istanbul around the summer or fall of next year. Currently I am taking Turkish classes and finishing a bachelor's degree in the US in International Security and Conflict Resolution. I also plan on earning my TEFL certification next summer. I go to a good, flexible university, and I have been wondering if I should get a second degree in order to increase my chances of good employment in Istanbul. Can anyone please help me and give me some insight on what is in demand in Istanbul? Are there particular fields or degrees that will get me hired quickly into a decent paying job? I do plan to have my options as an English teacher available, but I've been hearing it is very difficult to make a stable, comfortable living teaching English in Turkey. So, I would like to have a plan B Thanks so much, every one! -Elma
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    university

    hello.. im sarah and i have some question.. im not fluent in English so Excuse me for possible errors and mistakes.. i want study dental in turkey and its not important which university but i want it be state university becouse the privates are expensive.. so now i didn't know what am i suppose to do!yesterday i solve the IQ TESTS of istanbul uni i didnt have serious problem in them and i could solve 37 question correctly from 45.. but i had some problems in math!and now im worry about them.. shall i buy special booktest for YOS exam? What score is required for admission? plz help me im really tierd of searching in net and asking from friends and not found any result
  17. We are thinking about moving to Antalya and have an 11 year old girl. Can anyone recommend any good British Schools in Antalya, and tell me what the approximate cost would be?
  18. It seems that plagiarism is more common in theses submitted in Turkish universities than is normal. I wonder what will actually be done about awards already awarded.The 'turnitin' software is readily available and is used by all good IB schools and many others. http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/plagiarism-scandal-hits-turkish-academia-.aspx?PageID=238&NID=101141&NewsCatID=341 Link changed.
  19. Hello everybody. I'm an adult and would like to come to Antalya to study English. I've searched about the institutes (or schools) and I've found out these ones: Oxford Language Academy www.oxforddil.com ALS Antalya Language School www.alsgroup.eu Amerikan Kultur www.amerikankultur.org.tr Babel www.babelgrup.com British Culture www.ingilizkultur.com/antalya multidil YDM www.multidil.com.tc Wall Street English www.wse.com.tr but I've ever found out the "Wall Street English" is better than others yet. I think its method is more modern and its general atmosphere seems friendlier. maybe I'm wrong, but this is my understanding yet. now please feel free to give your information if you have anything. thank you.
  20. Mersin has now 14 private fully licensed Arabic school where Arabic is the main teaching language for kids from kindergarten until high school. These schools teach Arabic, English and Turkish and mainly they serve Syrian students and other Arab students. These schools were set up by Syrian businessmen who moved to Turkey because of the civil war raging in Syria nowadays, they started new life in Mersin and with it new schools, shops , restaurants and other related businesses. * Pictures are from Success Way private school in Mezitli / Mersin
  21. I am a vivid internet user and searcher, but could not find detailed info regarding international education. I am hoping that i could be pointed to info about internationally accredited schools in or around Antalya. I have found a few in Istanbul, some were good, but the fees are ridiculous (USD +20K). I am wondering if the fees in Antalya are similar. The school is for my boy who is almost 6 yrs and who should be attending Primary 1 next year. He has completed KG1 and KG2 in an international school in Egypt. And where could i find a Turkish-English translator, and Turkish-Arabic translator? I might need either or both. I plan on visiting Antalya very soon and i would stay for about 3 weeks to get acquainted with the city.
  22. I am planning to move to Antalya but am very much puzzled about my son's education. I am hoping to be back to UK when he starts secondary school. He is in year 4 at the moment. I would like him to carry on with the British school system. but does that have to be a private school?
  23. I am planing to move to Turkey preferably Antalya area and I am looking for school for my 4 children. My youngest child will be year 6, 2nd one will be year 8, 3rd one will be year 9 and last one will be year 10. Has any one knows any info. about schools fees, my children can only speak English, private schools are very expensive for me.
  24. Hello all, I am wondering if any American families in Turkey, ( better if in izmir:)) are homeschooling their kids. I would love to get in touch and learn their experiences and get some curriculum ideas. Looking forward to hear from you. Btw, My older son is 9 , so he is grade 4 now.Thanks..Melek
  25. What are the school fees per year in Antalya? Our son is 11 years old. He'll be in the seventh grade.
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