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Türkiye Scholarships

Türkiye Scholarships
Türkiye Bursları
Type Government of Turkey international scholarship program
Location
Product Scholarships for international students at associate, undergraduate, master and PhD level of higher education.
Website www.TürkiyeScholarships.org.tr
Welcome desk at Ankara airport

Türkiye Scholarships (Turkish: Türkiye Bursları) is international scholarship program funded by Government of Turkey.[1][2] Scholarships offered under this program are available to international students at associate, undergraduate, master and PhD level of higher education.[1] The aim of Türkiye Scholarships is to improve mutual understanding with other countries and to contribute to the global knowledge with people oriented approach.[3]

Contents

  • Scholarship programs 1
    • Graduate Scholarship Programs 1.1
    • Undergraduate Scholarship Programs 1.2
    • Branch Scholarships 1.3
    • Short Term Scholarships 1.4
  • Selection criteria 2
  • Notable Scholars 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5
  • Notes and references 6

Scholarship programs

Graduate Scholarship Programs

  • Ali Kuşçu Science and Technology Graduate Scholarship:[4]
  • İbni Haldun Social Sciences Graduate Scholarship:[4]

Undergraduate Scholarship Programs

  • Türkiye Africa Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:
  • Bosphorus Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:
  • Balkans Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:
  • Harran Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:
  • Black Sea Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:
  • Turkish Speaking Countries Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:
  • Anatolian Undergraduate Scholarship Program:[4]
For applicants from:

Branch Scholarships

  • İbni Sina Medical Sciences Scholarship Program:[4]
  • Yunus Emre Turkish Language Scholarship Program:[4]
  • Islamic Studies Scholarship Program:[4]

Short Term Scholarships

  • Support Scholarship Program:[4]
  • Success Scholarship Program:[4]
  • Research Scholarships:[4]
  • Ahilik Vocational Training Scholarship:[4]

Selection criteria

Notable Scholars

See also

External links

  • www.TürkiyeScholarships.org.tr
  • Facebook page

Notes and references

Notes:

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References:

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