One of the main factors that makes students and parents consider studying in Turkey is the low cost of education there, compared to the level of education offered by these universities. Students and parents find themselves in front of an advanced level of education, and universities that compete with European universities, at very low prices, which makes the demand for Turkish universities increase during the past decade.
The relatively low cost of university studies in Turkey compared to other universities in the world is one of the most important features and attracts thousands of students annually. Foreign students can study in government universities in Turkish at an average fee ranging from $150 to $750, or study in English at an average fee ranging from $300 to $1,500 per year.
Tuition fees vary depending on whether the university is private or government, and depending on the city chosen by the student. The student must take the YOS exam and get a high grade, in addition to a good level of English language to study at universities.
The cost of studying in government universities is estimated to be around $500 to $2,000 per year, depending on the specialization and university, while the cost of studying in private universities ranges from $4,000 to $8,000 per year.
Costs of Living and Accommodation
The average expenditure of international students in Turkey is about $400 to $500 per month, including the cost of accommodation and other expenses, and may vary depending on the type of accommodation and lifestyle.
In addition, there are costs for books and administrative fees, which range from $100 to $150 per semester.