Education Abroad
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We provide all kinds of support that a student needs, starting from the application process for language education, undergraduate/graduate, internship and certificate programs abroad, during the processes such as admission, registration, visa, accommodation and completing the program.

Stage 1: Getting to know the student, revealing their personality and career orientations.
In this context, interviews are held with the family and the student. When necessary, tests for personality and professional orientations are applied.

Stage 2: Determination of suitable training for the student.
AP, IB, A level, ACT, and SAT trainings are given in accordance with the student's orientation.

Stage 3: Searching for suitable Universities and Departments.
Research is carried out for the country and/or university departments that our students want to study in accordance with their goals.

Stage 4: Application Process.
Entering application systems on a country basis such as Common APP (for America), UCAS (England), Netherlands (Studylink), France (Campus), or correspondence with Universities are carried out.

Stage 5: Preparation of the student's application file.
It includes the letter of purpose, the preparation of the resume, the presentation of the exam grades for the department they want to go to, the preparation of motivation, and reference letters. In addition, social projects are prepared for the goals of the departments and universities chosen by the student.

Stage 6: Preparations for the destination countries.
After the student is entitled to his university, he/she is introduced to the students who have graduated from that school or are studying there, and dormitories and accommodations are arranged.

Summer Education

It is an important opportunity for students to learn a language other than their mother tongue by attending summer camps abroad. In addition, in these summer camps, students develop their self-confidence, begin to take responsibility and set their goals at an early age.

It is of great importance for students' personal development that they can make friends with students from different countries, get to know different cultures and practice with these people.

Young people aged 12-17 attend summer schools. They study and stay on school campuses. Students are classified according to their level, with a maximum of 15 people in a class and, if possible, a maximum of 1 person from each nationality. The education is half-day, and in the afternoon, they take part in the excursions and activities programmed by the school, accompanied by school teachers, with other students.

Language Education

The easiest way to learn a language is to learn it by living in the country where it is spoken. Even a person who does not know a foreign language can easily reach the desired level in a short time if he receives the right education. At the same time, while taking this education, being intertwined with the culture in which the language was born gives you a personal development.

The programs of language schools are at least 2 weeks, at most 1 year. Anyone over the age of 16 has the opportunity to attend language schools.

Students stay with families or in dormitories. Class hours vary between a minimum of 15 hours and 30 hours per week depending on preference. Students are classified according to their level, with a maximum of 15 people in a class, and a maximum of 1 person from each nationality.