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Sunday, May 11, 2014

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND VOCATION: SCHOLARSHIPS TENABLE IN TURKEY FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/2015


1.0 Call for Application
Applications are invited from qualified Tanzanians for Undergraduate scholarships tenable in Turkey for the year 2014/2015 under the following undergraduate programmes:-


  • Regional Undergraduate Scholarship Programmes
  • Ibn-i Sina Medical Sciences Scholarship Programme
  • Yunus Emre Turkish Language Scholarship Programme
  • Islamic Theology Scholarship Programme
Tȕrkey Scholarships include both scholarship and university placement at the same time. In this case, applicants will be placed in a university and programme among their preferences specified in the online application form.

2.0 Medium of Instruction
Most programmes in Turkish Universities are instructed in Turkish. However, some departments and universities offer programmes in English, French or German. The candidates who want to study in these languages need to have an internationally recognizedcertificate to prove their language proficiency. Also, most of theseforeign language programmes may ask international admission test scores such as GRE, GMAT etc. Candidates can check the language of instruction while selecting the programmes.
For a detailed list of departments, universities and frequently asked questions please visit: www.trscholarships.org

3.0 Scholarship coverage

Tȕrkey Scholarships covers the following items:-
  • Round trip air ticket;
  • Full tuition fee;
  • Monthly stipend (app. 250 USD for undergraduate);
  • Health Insurance;
  • Free 1 – year Turkish language course; and
  • Free state-run dormitory accommodation.

4.0 Eligibility for Undergraduate programmes
To be eligible for undergraduate programmes, applicants must;
  • be a citizen of a country other than Turkey (anyone holding or ever held Turkish citizenship before cannot apply);
  • not be a registered student in Turkish universities at the level of study they are applying;
  • be have graduated or are likely to graduate from a secondary education institution;
  • be under the age of 21 (no earlier than 01.01.1993);
  • have completed ad passed Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education or have at least specified (% 90 for medical sciences, % 70 for other undergraduate programs) cumulative grade point average, diploma grade, national exam or international exam score; and
  • be in good health.