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Studying in Turkey for Sudanese, where the interest of Sudanese students in studying in Turkey has increased in the recent period, and before applying to study in Turkey, you must read the article to find out all the important information about studying in Turkey, especially for Sudanese, as university laws in Turkey are variable and inappropriate for some nationalities.


What are the advantages of studying for Sudanese in Turkey?

  • University admission for Sudanese is guaranteed in Turkish private universities, regardless of the average obtained by the student in the secondary school certificate. This means that Sudanese students in particular or international students in general have a high possibility of choosing the major they want, and ensuring enrollment in it to a large extent.
  • The general cost of tuition and registration fees in Turkish universities are low compared to other European countries.
  • Turkish universities are distinguished by the multiplicity of their faculties, branches and specializations.
  • The environment of the Turkish Islamic society is very similar to the Egyptian society, and in this way the Egyptian student does not face great difficulties in adapting to the environment in Turkey.
  • The possibility of obtaining student residency, which is renewed every year, and gives its owner many advantages throughout the study period.
  • Turkish private universities rely on English as the primary language of education in most university majors.

Are there conditions for studying in Turkey for Sudanese?

For private universities, only the general secondary certificate is sufficient for Sudanese students when registering to study in Turkey.

Accordingly, one of the conditions for studying in Turkey for Sudanese students is the availability of several papers in order to enroll in Turkish private universities, and the papers required for undergraduate students are as follows:

  • A copy of the high school diploma, translated into Turkish and certified by a notary.
  • A copy of the transcript, translated into Turkish and certified by a notary.
  • Personal photos of the student
  • A copy of the student’s valid passport
  • Language certificates, if any

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