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About Pharmacy

1- Well-equipped teaching system

2- Modern Curriculum

3- Official Support


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The study of pharmacy in Turkey is attracting a large number of foreign students, both students from the traditional western countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States, and those from more recently adopted countries – Germany, Russia, Scandinavia, and others. The study of pharmacy in Turkey offers many opportunities for students to find out about new practices, to experience a new culture, and to develop their knowledge about the discipline.

Turkish universities have an excellent, progressive, and well-equipped teaching system with many visiting lecturers from prominent universities in the west. The courses are challenging but also provide great opportunities for cultural and social interaction with students from other countries. – Foreign students have a greater say in the curriculum than students from the UK, Australia, and other countries.

Stories & Reviews

Image First I had some concerns about studying abroad, but my dedicated consultant answered all my questions and helped me expect the experience, and many of my expectations were true.
Ahmad Khatib
Altınbaş University Student
Image I always wanted to study Medicine and become a doctor. I tried to apply to a university in my country but I failed for a lot of reasons. Then I searched Google and found that Medipol University can offer me great learning tools and facilities. I'm so happy to be able to live my dream everyday.
Laura Asfor
Istanbul Medipol University Medicine Student
Image My parents wanted me to become a Dentist since I was a child. My father is a Dentist actually. And he was concerned about what is it like to study in Turkey. So we've made a lot of research before we decide to study at Okan University. Also, my education consultant helped me choose Okan university based on my budget and circumstances.
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