Turkey has become a power in the field of international higher education. Turkey achieved to be a spot of attraction in international higher education.
Some university students are being asked to take their final exams online – in a different format than they’ve ever experienced. Remote exams are more flexible, more mindful of individual needs, and acknowledge the pressures students are under.
If you take classes online, chances are you probably procrastinate from time to time. Procrastination is putting off starting or finishing a task despite knowing that it will seriously compromise the quality of your work – for instance, putting off a major class project […]
Father of multiple intelligences theory says pursuit of deep inquiry is ‘a foolish investment’ in today’s AI-driven world Source: Times Higher Education
We talk a lot about machines when it comes to changes in the workplace, but people are also important.
Promising news about potential vaccine candidates brings a shared of hope to higher education Source: Inside Higher Ed
Today, the Turkish language – the 5th most common language after Chinese, English, Spanish and Hindi – is spoken by 220 million people in an area of approximately 12 million square kilometers and being taught in more than 100 countries.
Distance education program reaches students all over the world
Source: CoHE The Council of Higher Education (CoHE – YÖK), leaving 39 years behind, is preparing to do the innovative works that prioritize quality and merit in universities with the motto “the New CoHE”.
Source: ICF Monitor The latest impact figures from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) show that international tourist arrivals declined 70% in the first eight months of 2020 compared to the same period last year, amid continuing travel restrictions that have closed borders around the world […]
Source: ICF Monitor For many international educators, one concrete expression of a greener future will be taking steps to reduce the impact of emissions from air travel – whether that means reducing unnecessary travel, a greater reliance on virtual or hybrid events, an increasing emphasis on […]
Source: Independent Economists indicate that the individual (who earns more) and society as a whole (because a better-educated workforce lifts everyone’s living standards) will benefit from the Starbuck’s policy.
Source: EdSurge Now that the pandemic has pushed many of these meetings into virtual spaces, though, some faculty and staff are reporting that more of their students are showing up—remotely—to office hours and advising meetings.
Source: Education Dive The pandemic has cut deep into colleges’ budgets, as most returned or lost auxiliary revenue in the spring and took on vast new expenses as they prepped to reopen campuses and build out online infrastructure for the fall.
Source: ICEF Monitor International educators and recruiters have always known that housing has a huge impact on student mobility.
Source: Times Higher Education “We just have to hang on – a vaccine is just around the corner,” insisted virologist Michael Houghton.
Students who up their engagement later on struggle to catch the early starters, says study Source: Times Higher Education Bachelor students’ use of online materials and attendance at lectures in their first few weeks of university predicts who will perform best at the end of the year, according […]
Source: CoHE Emphasizing the importance of continuing academic education uninterruptedly, even though it is carried out under very difficult conditions due to the pandemic, President Erdoğan stated that distance education is valuable but will not replace formal education. He also said, “we hope to start […]
“Guide for Developing Healthy and Clean Environments in Higher Education Institutions in the Context of the Global Epidemic” was prepared in cooperation with CoHE and TSI (Turkish Standards Institution).
With about 178,000 foreign students receiving their higher education in its territories, Turkey has begun to be a center of attraction for those looking forward to studying abroad.
Global News reported that VAT reduction is made for the universities in Turkey. VAT was reduced from 8 percent to 1 percent. The discount decision will be valid between September 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.
CoHE announced that a cooperation protocol was signed between the Council of Higher Education (CoHE) and the Turkish Standards Institute (TSE) to determine the generic standards that include measures for the development of healthy and clean environments at the campuses of Turkish higher education institutions […]
As indicated in the news section of Times Higher Education, the suspension of international travel during the Covid-19 pandemic has caused many to revisit confident assertions that the 21st century will be defined by smooth and unfettered global links.
The World University Rankings 2021 is published. 43 universities from Turkey were evaluated and 2 of them managed to rank among the top 500 universities. The list reveals the best universities in the world.
Covid-19 is disrupting academic and student mobility in short term but university leaders are optimistic that higher education will maintain its international outlook Ellie Bothwell
In the statement made by Turkish Higher Education Council President Prof. Dr. Yekta Saraç, it is stated that they are making some new and innovative arrangements in order to put higher education system into international competition. In this context, it was stated that the regulations […]
New arrangements were made by the Turkish Higher Education Council to increase the number of international students coming from abroad and to facilitate the conditions for students to start university. The measures taken to increase the number of students in international student procurement and to […]
University Research Laboratory (Unior) has conducted a research to list student-friendly university cities in Turkey.
Higher education statistics for the period of January 2020 were published in the last issue of the Journal of Higher Education published by the Council of Higher Education. According to the statement made by the Higher Education Council, number of higher education institutions in Turkey […]
Turkey is the second country in the world in access to higher education with 94.2% schooling rate. Turkey involved in European Higher Education Area is implementing the Bologna Process in a perfect way; our Bologna report is 5 out of 5. So, the diploma you receive from a university in Turkey is recognized in all European countries!