TURKISH STUDY
ABROAD MARKET:
by YEDAB and TEAG
 About YEDAB and TEAG
About Turkey
 Turkish Economy
 Preferences (Programs and Countries)
Educational System, Service...
 Turkish Educational Agents Group (TEAG)
 Promoting quality in educational consultancy services
 Taking action regardin...
 International Education Counsellors’ Association of Turkey
(YEDAB)
 Carrying the talks with goverment for proposed indu...
 Population: approximately 75 million
 75 % of the population lives in urban
 Istanbul is the biggest city, followed by...
 World’s 16th and Europe’s 6th largest
 In 2010 8.9% GDP growth: fastest growing economy in
Europe.
Second fastest grow...
Language and
Summer
School (78 %)
Certificate
(32 %)
College and
Undergrad
(48 %)
Masters or
above (59 %)
High School
(5%)
UK (50 %)
Australia
(5 %)
Canada(5 %)
USA (30 %)
Other (5-10%)
Primary
Education
(4+4 Years)
Undergrad
Degrees
Vocational
Schools
(2 Years)
High School
(4 Years)
Postgraduate
DegreesLEV...
Primary
Education
(4+4 Years)
Undergrad
Degrees
Vocational
Schools
(2 Years)
High School
(4 Years)
Postgraduate
DegreesLEV...
Primary
Education
(4+4 Years)
Undergrad
Degrees
Vocational
Schools
(2 Years)
High School
(4 Years)
Postgraduate
DegreesLEV...
Educational Agencies are key because:
 easing the administration process for enrollment and visa
 students’ lack of know...
Success
Happy Students
Sound Business
Plan, Consistent
Marketing Effort,
Become a Brand
Name
Identifying your
segment and
...
What do Turkish students look for when studying abroad?
What do Turkish students look for when studying abroad?
What do Turkish students look for when studying abroad?
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Turkey has long been known as a strong market, with one of the fastest growing economies in Europe, links with both Europe and Asia, and a large, young population.

Keen to learn more about Turkey from an outbound perspective, we share a presentation given by local expert Murat Karatas at the recent ICEF Higher Education Workshop in Istanbul, Turkey. Our exclusive video interview is also included.

See the accompanying article ''What do Turkish students look for when studying abroad?'' here: http://bit.ly/1sYjpiO.

For more industry news, market intelligence, research and tips for international student recruitment please visit http://www.icefmonitor.com, subscribe for daily or weekly updates, and follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/icefmonitor.

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What do Turkish students look for when studying abroad?

  1. 1. TURKISH STUDY ABROAD MARKET: by YEDAB and TEAG
  2. 2.  About YEDAB and TEAG About Turkey  Turkish Economy  Preferences (Programs and Countries) Educational System, Services, and Market in Turkey  Turkish Agencies
  3. 3.  Turkish Educational Agents Group (TEAG)  Promoting quality in educational consultancy services  Taking action regarding industry wide problems  A bridge between schools and agents FELCA Member  Representing 15 agents and continue to grow. High Quality and representation.
  4. 4.  International Education Counsellors’ Association of Turkey (YEDAB)  Carrying the talks with goverment for proposed industry regulations  Lobbying for industry problems  Representing 67 agents all over Turkey
  5. 5.  Population: approximately 75 million  75 % of the population lives in urban  Istanbul is the biggest city, followed by Ankara and Izmir  10 cities with population more than one million  26 % is under 14 years old, 35 % between 15-34 years old
  6. 6.  World’s 16th and Europe’s 6th largest  In 2010 8.9% GDP growth: fastest growing economy in Europe. Second fastest growing stock exchange market in 2012  Stable economy and strong financial system  Growing country needs high skilled graduates
  7. 7. Language and Summer School (78 %) Certificate (32 %) College and Undergrad (48 %) Masters or above (59 %) High School (5%)
  8. 8. UK (50 %) Australia (5 %) Canada(5 %) USA (30 %) Other (5-10%)
  9. 9. Primary Education (4+4 Years) Undergrad Degrees Vocational Schools (2 Years) High School (4 Years) Postgraduate DegreesLEVELS Compulsory
  10. 10. Primary Education (4+4 Years) Undergrad Degrees Vocational Schools (2 Years) High School (4 Years) Postgraduate DegreesLEVELS Private and Public (over 95 % public) Increasingly Foundation, 9.000-18.000 USD Increasingly foundation, 5.000–10.000 USD per year Private and Public (over 95 % public) Mostly Public, foundation share increasing MARKET 260.000 students at private institutions, government supervision, around 10.000-15.000 USD First foundation 1984, 106 public, 75 foundation Compulsory
  11. 11. Primary Education (4+4 Years) Undergrad Degrees Vocational Schools (2 Years) High School (4 Years) Postgraduate DegreesLEVELS Summer Schools, High Schools Language Programs, Postgraduate, Exam Prep (TOEFL etc.) 2+2 Programs, Language Programs Summer Schools, Language Programs, CC, Undergrad, Exam Prep (SAT) Language Programs, Exam Prep (TOEFL, GMAT etc.) SERVICES Entrance Exam: 1.7 million students Prep Year Compulsory
  12. 12. Educational Agencies are key because:  easing the administration process for enrollment and visa  students’ lack of knowledge about overseas education systems  students’ limited language skills There are around 350 educational agencies in Turkey. Four associations representing the industry Recent Developments
  13. 13. Success Happy Students Sound Business Plan, Consistent Marketing Effort, Become a Brand Name Identifying your segment and opportunities Long Lasting Relationships

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