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UniversityLanguageTuition Fees
GELISIMEN/TR$3500 – $3750

Are you a student thinking of studying civil engineering in Turkey? If so, you are on the right track. Istanbul is one of the most beautiful and developed cities in the world today. As if this was not enough, the city offers you a lot of opportunities – to make your career as an architect, to be a teacher, to start a construction business, or to be a consultant. So, if you are looking forward to studying in Istanbul – The best Universities In Istanbul should be on top of your list.

If you are interested in pursuing a degree in civil engineering in Turkey – The best Universities in Istanbul will satisfy your needs for a perfect education. The faculty at these universities is outstanding. The quality of education is of a high order. They are known to employ graduates with both graduate and post-graduate qualifications.

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Ahmad Khatib
Altınbaş University Student
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Laura Asfor
Istanbul Medipol University Medicine Student
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Sarah Mahmoud
Istanbul Okan University Student
Image Everyone is speaking English around me from the staff to the Turkish students, and they're really helpful. It was very easy for me to make new friends and get to know the local culture.
Momena Ayesha
Istanbul Gelişim University Pharmacy Student