Here are the best universities in Turkey for international students, according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Studying in Turkey is getting increasingly popular among students across the world. There are several reasons for this. Turkey has a beautiful geography right in the middle of Asia and Europe. Living and tuition costs are relatively low compared to many European countries. Most importantly, quality higher education is quite accessible. For the considering students, here are the best universities in Turkey for international students, according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

1- Çankaya University:

Çankaya University is a private university in Ankara, Turkey. It was established on July 9, 1997 by the Sıtkı Alp Education Foundation.

The 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked Çankaya University in the category of the top 401–500 internationally and as 87th among the Emerging Economies Universities.

The university has been offering its academic programs in Balgat Campus and at its main campus area located on the 29th km of Ankara- Eskişehir road.

Today, the university continues offering its academic studies with its 5 faculties:Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Economics and administrative Sciences, Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, and with 22 departments affiliated to these faculties. The university also possesses 2 vocational schools:  Vocational School of Justice and Cankaya Vocational School. There are also 2 institutes: Social Sciences and Graduate School of Natural Applied Sciences where graduate programs are conducted.

2-Koç University:

Koç University is a private university in Istanbul, Turkey.

It started education in temporary buildings in İstinye in 1993, and moved to its current Rumelifeneri campus near Sarıyer in 2000. The main campus is located in the middle of the northern forests of İstanbul

Koç University is the best university in Turkey according to the 2022 Times Higher Education.

The university is home to around 7,000 students. The university accepts international students from various countries and has an extensive network of over 250 partner-universities including University of California and other universities such as Northwestern University, Cornell University and Georgetown University. This broad network is extra useful for international students looking for universities in Turkey.

3- Sabancı University:

Sabancı University is a young foundation university located on a 1.26 million square meter campus. Its first students matriculated in 1999. 

Sabancı University is in  the top 250 universities in the world according to Times Higher Education,

After successful completion of the University Entrance Examinations, students who want to study at Sabancı University choose the faculties without declaring majors. Undergraduate education at Sabancı University begins with the Foundations Development Program – the core of the Sabancı educational system. Foundations Development aims to put all students on equal footing, regardless of their background.