2023 Türkiye Yurt Dışından Öğrenci Kabul Sınavı (TR-YÖS) Başvurularının Alınması/Applications for 2023 Exam For Foreign Students For Higher Education in Türkiye (TR-YÖS)
Türkiye Yurt Dışından Öğrenci Kabul Sınavı (TR-YÖS), Başkanlığımızca 29 Ocak 2023 tarihinde uygulanacaktır. Sınava başvurular, 24 Kasım – 5 Aralık 2022 tarihlerinde yapılacaktır. / Exam For Foreign Students For Higher Education in Türkiye (TR-YÖS) will be administered by ÖSYM on January 29, 2023. Applications for the exam will be made between November 24 and December 5, 2022.
Adaylar başvurularını, bireysel olarak ÖSYM’nin https://tryos.osym.gov.tr internet adresinden veya ÖSYM’nin bir başvuru merkezinden yapacaklardır. / Candidates will apply individually from ÖSYM’s website https://tryos.osym.gov.tror from an application center of ÖSYM.
Sınava ilişkin ayrıntılı bilgi başvuru kılavuzunda yer almaktadır. Adaylar, kılavuza aşağıdaki bağlantıdan erişebileceklerdir. Sınava başvuracak adayların kılavuzu dikkatle incelemeleri gerekmektedir. / The application guide presents detailed information about the exam. Please refer to the following link to access the guide. Candidates who will apply for the exam should carefully study the guide.
Adaylara ve kamuoyuna saygıyla duyurulur. / Respectfully announced to candidates and the public.
ÖSYM BAŞKANLIĞI / ÖSYM PRESIDENCY
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In 1981, in accordance with the new Higher Education Law (No. 2547), the administration of higher education in Turkey was comprehensively restructured. The system thereby became centralized, with all higher education institutions tied to the Council of Higher Education (CoHE). After this restructuring, all institutions of higher education were designed as universities. Expansion of higher education throughout the country was achieved, application to higher education was centralized, and a central university exam and placement were introduced. In addition to public universities, the first nonprofit foundation university in Turkey started to provide education for students in 1986.
Since 2012, compulsory education in Turkey lasts 12 years and is divided in three stages (primary education, elemantary education and secondary education).
Pre-primary School Education: It involves the education of children in the age group of 3 to 5 who have not reached the age of compulsory primary education, on an optional basis.
Primary Education: It involves the education and training of children in the age group of 6 to 10. Primary education is compulsory for all citizens. It is free at the State schools and lasts four years (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th grades).
Elemantary Education: It involves the education and training of children in the age group of 10 to 14. Elemantary education is compulsory for all citizens. It is free at the State schools and lasts four years (5th, 6th, 7nd, 8th grades). Towards the end of the elemantary school, pupils are given information about both general, vocational and technical high schools and the kinds of employment they prepare for.
Secondary Education: It comprises high schools of a general or vocational and/or technical character giving four-year courses aiming children at the age of 14 to 17 (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grades). Secondary education is compulsory for all citizens and is free at the State schools.
Higher Education: After graduating from high school, students can enroll in higher education, which is compatible with the Bologna three-cycle system.
Types Of Higher Education Institutions And Academic Units
Faculty (College): A division conducting higher education, scholarly research and publication. Various departments and programmes may be connected to it. Students earn a Bachelor’s degree at the end of an educational programme that lasts for at least four years.
Graduate School: An institution in universities concerned with graduate education, scholarly research and applications. Graduate schools award MA, MSc or PhD degrees.
4-year School: An institution of higher education which is mainly concerned with providing instruction for a specific profession. It lasts for eight semesters.
Conservatory: An institution of higher education in which artists are trained for music and the performing arts. It lasts for eight semesters.
Post-Secondary Vocational School: An institution of higher education that is aimed at training human capacity in specific professions and provides instruction lasting four semesters.
Research and Application Center: An institution of higher education carrying out research and applied studies to meet the applied study needs of various areas and to provide preparatory and support activities for various professional areas, with the aim of supporting education in institutions of higher education.
Associate’s degree (short cycle): Awarded on completion of a two-year study program. The associate degree programs are offered by universities and foundation postsecondary vocational schools. Some distance education programs are also available. The associate degree programs may require a period of on-the-job training.
Bachelor’s degree (1st cycle): Awarded after the completion of a four-year course and 240 ECTS of study. The duration of study for dentistry, veterinary medicine and pharmacy is five years and that of medicine is six years. The qualifications in these four fields are considered to be the equivalent of a Master’s degree.
Master’s degree program (2nd cycle):Two-year program leading to the Master of Arts (MA) or Master of Sciences (MS). There are two kinds of Master’s programs, with or without a thesis. The Master’s with thesis program is a two-year program generally consisting courses with a minimum of 120 ECTS followed by submission of a thesis. Non-thesis programs are to be completed in one or one and a half years and call for the completion of graduate courses of a minimum 90 credits and a term project.
Doctoral degree program (3rd cycle): Usually an eight-semester program leading to the PhD degree. It consists of courses, with 180-240 ECTS, a proficiency exam, a dissertation proposal, a dissertation and its oral defense. After successful completion of the course work and the proficiency exam, students must submit the dissertation and defend it orally before an examining committee.
Specialization in Medicine Programs: They are equivalent to doctoral degree programs and are carried out in the faculties of medicine, university hospitals and research and training hospitals. For the specialization in medicine, there is a competitive selection examination in various branches of medicine for those graduating from the faculties of medicine. Specialist candidates are required to submit a dissertation and defend it before an examining committee.
Proficiency in Art: It is at least a six-semester post-Master’s program in the visual and performing art branches making it equivalent to a Doctorate. It requires the presentation of an original work of art or (in music and the performing arts) a superior, creative performance.
International Student Admissions
International students who wish to undertake their undergraduate studies in Turkey must have completed their secondary education in a high school or similar institution in which the education is equivalent to that of a Turkish high school. They apply directly to the university of their choice and the university makes the selection.
nternational students who wish to pursue their graduate / post-graduate studies in Turkey also apply directly to the universities, which set their own admissions requirements. There are also various scholarship options which are available for some international students.
Tuition fees are applied differently in public and non-profit foundation universities. In public universities, tuition fees are decided and announced by the Council of Ministers, taking into consideration the type and duration of study in different disciplines. In non-profit foundation universities, on the other hand, tuition fees are decided by the Board of Trustees of the university.
Students must pay their tuition fees for each semester before registering for the courses at the beginning of that specific semester. Both in public and non-profit foundation universities, a certain percentage of the students are admitted to the university are given diverse scholarships. These scholarships may be ful lor partial tuition waiver, merit or support scholarships. Some of these scholarships may meet academic materials, accommodation, food and beverages, and even certain allowances. In addition to this support, student assistantship and the research fellowships are another kind of support that could be helpful during the study in Turkey.
Turkey is the second country in the world in access to higher education with 94.2% schooling rate. Turkey involved in European Higher Education Area is implementing the Bologna Process in a perfect way; our Bologna report is 5 out of 5. So, the diploma you receive from a university in Turkey is recognized in all European countries! As course credit system, ECTS is applied in accordance with Europe and all students are given Diploma Supplement. In addition, Turkey is one of the most successful countries participating in the exchange programs under Erasmus +. In addition to Erasmus, there are many exchange programs in Turkey, such as Mevlana, Farabi, which support the mobility of students and lecturers.
2. University And Program Diversity
There are 206 universities in Turkey with a population of 82 Million. The number of students is close to 8 million. With this number of students, Turkey is the first country with the most students in European Higher Education Area. There are a total of 58,092 different programs at 206 universities. In such a variety, you will definitely find a university and program for yourself.
3. Multicultural Life
Turkey, which has hosted many deep-rooted civilizations in its territory for thousands of years, is almost a mosaic of cultures! In this country where countless civilizations have been hosted, everyone is tolerant and respectful to each other. Turkey, where you can find a piece of your roots and perhaps can meet people who speak your language is ideal for students with its safe and peaceful environment.
4. Natural Beauties
Turkey, which experiences four seasons, has a reputation for its natural beauties all over the world. You can enjoy swimming and water sports in the seas that surround Turkey, you can ski in many cities in the mountains, you can enjoy rafting in the rivers and experience many extreme sports. You will feel as in the heaven in Turkey where countless beauties which shall only fascinate you with their landscape!
5. Historical and Cultural Heritage
Based on a long history, there are thousands of historical and cultural monuments in Turkey, many of which are protected as UNESCO Cultural Heritage. Even in your daily life, you will want to keep track of the traces you may encounter frequently!
6. Student Friendly
With at least one university in every city, Turkey is exactly a student-friendly country! Social clubs, sports teams and cultural events at every university bring together students and make distant geographies close. When you arrive in Turkey you will understand that the most active points of the city are the places where students socialize! Thanks to the cafes, restaurants and libraries where the students hang out, the cities live 24 hours a day.
7. Hospitable Turkish People
The hospitality of Turkish people has been legendary all over the world! As a student, if you ask for help, people will do their utmost with all sincerity and friendliness. Turks will welcome you as guests and have many treats to satisfy you. Be sure you won’t be miss your home here!
8. Modern Technological Campuses
No matter which one of the 206 universities you go, you will experience a modern and convenient campus life, equipped with the latest technology.
9. Easy Living Conditions
Life in Turkey is more affordable than most countries. You can meet your needs, such as accommodation, food and drink, and entertainment at affordable prices. You can stay at the dormitories within or near the University campuses, or rent a house for a reasonable lease. In addition, whichever transportation you choose as a student, you will receive a ticket at a discounted price, or watch the movie in the cinema at cheaper. Turkey is also an easy to reach country because it is in the middle Asia and Europe continents. Whichever way you choose to discover Turkey, which hosts countless places of attraction, you can arrive where you want quickly and comfortably.
10. Turkish Learning Opportunities
Several programs in Universities in Turkey are in English. Besides you can also learn Turkish, the 5th most spoken language in the world! You can get a chance to learn a new language in Turkish courses that your University will offer you, and you can be friends with people from many different cultures.
As the life going on development, many many researches on different fields are being done and the all fields are going wide. This is giving us a possibility to know about the world more as well as making as have to study more than supposed in the field of our preference. In some meaning, it is great that the number of resources to study is increasing and we are having wide possibility to find books, online sources, graphical explanations, movies about the science. This can be a reason to make a student to study hard and enjoyably. However, there are some time when we are not having a wish to study, to search for the information, to look at the resources. It is because we are in some stress of something related to our private life or we are just a lazy. This situation can be seen in many of University students when it is time for self study. But we should be able to solve it as soon as possible in order not to loose time to learn. There is one proverb which scientists use. “If there is a problem, there is a solution of it”. Definetely. If being motivated to study is a problem for us, we can of course solve this problem in as easy way as we have not thought yet.
Lets explain some techniques of getting in the motivational study. First of all, you should exactly know what is the reason that you do not have desire to study or learn new things. Private issues? Energy lost? Not interested in the field or just you can not get enrolled?
In case it is because of some problems in your private life, you should be informed that the study will make you concentrate on yourself. Some people think that it is very boring to study when you are dealing some problem. Not at all. Study is like a sport. In our modern life, all of us know that we can easyly get out of stress or depression when we are enrolled to sport. Studying may seem more boring but it is as usefull as sport to get out of any issue. Just try to concentrate yourself in study and after some hours, you realize that you are not thinking about your problem for a period of time. Just believe in yourself that you can have unstressfull brain by studying.
When you feel that you have no energy and always want to sleep instead of studying however your exams are waiting for you, you also can solve this problem with easy techniques. Very first thing you have to do is drinking as much juice as you can (However not too much that it can lead you to health problem.). Try to eat fresh fruits and drink more water than usual. It will definetely refresh your organizm and will help your brain to function better. And also do not forget to get frequent bath even up to 4 times a day.
On the other hand, you may have no wish to study because you are studying totally different field than you wanted. Ask yourself why? You at first should be sure that you have choosen the field you wanted to. If you have not, try to get some consultations from the professors and they will give some instructions and some interesting points of the field which makes you to be interested in the field and show the good points of your field.If in all cases, you are not interested, then try to change your field into the one you wished to. that is the last option for you in this situation.
Lastly, the reason can be that you can not get enrolled and have no concentration on lectures and homeworks. Here I will give you one very effective tip to use. It will definetely make you concentrated. Make weekly schedule and follow it. It means, write everything for a week on weekend such as homeworks, working on English, Working this subject for two hours on monday etc. write everything in details with its times when you do it. and try to follow it without any miss. Repeat it for two weeks and in third week you will see yourself going very well on studying and you really want not to give up working in this way. If so, you are at the best point of studying. I wish you all who are student and reading this article, very concentrated study and improvement on your career. Try to do whatever is the best for you. You will definetely get on your target.
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