Step 1: Find out who you are

Find out who you are by seeing what is not shown on paper with pen. Take the Talent Choice survey. Get the highly esteemed evaluation through Talent Choice’s advisors. (

Step 2: Narrow your program choices

Narrow your program choices through Talent Choice’s report and discuss your options with our (Study in Turkey) educational advisors. Searching for the right degree and university can cause more stress that your entire secondary school year. Leave it to the professionals to help guide you.

Step 3: Learn and start

Learn and start preparing admission requirements and application documents.


The documents listed below should be on your standard required document list. *You should always check the university’s website for any additional documentation required.

  • Application form
  • High school diploma (or a paper certifying you will graduate)
  • Transcript of records
  • Language proficiency score (TOEFL or a university’s proficiency test upon arrival)
  • Motivation letter
  • Proof of application fee payment (35-100 USD)
  • A certificate attesting you had a secondary school exit exam (e.g. SAT 1, International Baccalaureate, National Baccalaureate, etc.)
  • A letter which guarantees you have the financial funds to support yourself during your studies

Step 4: Turkish Student Visa

The majority of international students must obtain a student visa if they go to a university in Turkey. The process for getting a visa is easy. You must take a copy of your university acceptance later and a filled visa application form to the Turkish embassy or consulate in your country. You must follow your country’s Turkish Embassy’s visa application procedures, deadlines and requirements.

Step 5: Begin Student Banking Services

Many students make the mistake of not obtaining the best practical and most rewarding practice of student banking. S’aide will be making your life easier and your money will worth more. You will be informed more about S’aide soon. All of your expenses and benefits in the palm of your hand. Pay your tuition, rent, bills, café checks, etc.. Get ready!

International students tend to choose the bank that is preferred by the university. Students will have to physically wait, open accounts, obtain normal bank cards, etc.. upon their arrival.