Q1. What is the difference between Official Universities’ Agency and an Agent?
Official Universities’ Agencies such as Studyköy are licensed agencies that have official contracts and connections with the Turkish private universities and do not obtain fees from students. However, agents often don’t have any official licenses and contract with universities and most of them are paid by students.
Q2. What are the required documents for the university programs?
|Personal Photo.||Personal Photo.||Personal Photo.|
|Passport Copy.||Passport Copy.||Passport Copy.|
|High School Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.||Bachelor’s Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.||Bachelor’s Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.|
|High School Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.||Bachelor’s Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.||Bachelor’s Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.
Master’s Certificate + transcript translated to Turkish or English.
|Email Address.||Email Address.||Email Address.|
|Copy of your TOEFL or TÖMER if available||Copy of your TOEFL or TÖMER if available||Copy of TOEFL or TÖMER.|
|Some universities may require extra documents like motivation letter, CV and reference letter.|
Q3. Is writing a motivational letter a requirement?
It is required from only Graduate and PhD programs. However, some medical programs require a motivation letter submission.
For more info regarding how to write a motivational letter, click the following link:
Q4. What are the University fees approximately?
Starting from $2000 a year / ranging according to university’s quality, major, student’s qualification, and language.
Q5. Which language will my studies be conducted in Turkey?
Generally, the teaching language at the Turkish universities will either be in English or in Turkish.
Q6. Are the Turkish Universities recognised internationally?
Studyköy only deals with approved universities that obtained a licence from the Turkish Higher Education Ministry which is recognised in the European Union and most of the Middle East.
Q7. In regards to housing Fees, can you do an estimation?
Approximately, housing fees start from $150 per month. It ranges according to area, shared dorms or houses.
For more details, press the following link.
Q8. Am I supposed to equalise my certificate?
Our Studyköy team prepares your documents for Turkish equalisation without charging fees. However, students should bring their high school transcript in addition to the final high school certificate. All documents must be in their original form with the stamp of the issuing country’s Foreign Affairs Ministry. The student is able to do it from their home country in the Turkish consulate.
Q9. I’m currently studying in another country; Can I transfer my studies to Turkey?
You can if your current university is recognised in Turkey. All common courses will be transferred after the evaluation process of the University.
Q10. How do I obtain my Student Visa for Turkey?
Some nationalities do not need visa to turkey, some can obtain an electronic visa. However, you may apply for your student visa by booking an appointment at the Turkish Representation at your home country or a nearby country if you can’t apply in your country. You will need your official final acceptance letter from your Turkish university to apply for a student visa.
You are advised to finalise your registration in advance as applying for Turkish Student Visa in some countries may take up to 50 days.
A link for the electronic visa is provided below:
Q11. What documents do I need before coming to Turkey?
– Your passport.
– Your original certificate stamped by the issuing country Foreign Affairs ministry.
– Your university payment receipt.
In case the student is under the age of 18, he/she must obtain approval from his guardian normally father or mother from the Turkish Representation at his/her home country or country of residence. The approval is called “MUVAFAKATNAME”. İn addition the student is required to bring his/her birth certificate translated to Turkish and stampted by the Turkish Representation at his home country or country of residence and the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Q12. Can I work in Turkey after graduation?
Yes, you can. International students can work in Turkey after graduation. Specially since they have graduated from Turkish universities which increases their chances of landing a job after graduation. However, learning the Turkish language will be a plus for them and will increase their chances in finding their desired job.
Q13. How much monthly budget should I expect as a student in Turkey?
Excluding the accommodation’s fee, the minimum budget is $250
Q14. Do you offer airport transportation?
Yes, we provide airport transfer and many other services as well.
Click the following link to take a look at the student services that we offer.
Q15. If I want to go on a touristic trip with my family or friends, does studyköy offer help in this regard?
Yes, our students are able to go on tours while we provide them the best prices and
For more details you can contact our touristic branch via the whatsapp number: