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MTSU signs pact with Turkish universities for automotive research

Middle Tennessee State University is partnering with two Turkish universities to pursue groundbreaking automotive research and development surrounding the plug-in hybrid technology developed by an MTSU professor. MTSU has signed a letter of intent with Meliksah University and Firat University in Turkey to pursue an academic and industrial partnership to further develop Charles Perry’s retrofit wheel-hub motor, according to a ... Read More »

Report claims Turkish universities need 45,000 more academics

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The president of the Higher Education Board (YÖK) Prof. Gökhan Çetinsaya announced the completion of a report examining the state of higher education in Turkey over the last 30 years, which concludes that Turkish universities are in need of 45,000 more academic staff. Presenting a comprehensive analysis on the past, present and future of Turkish higher education, the report — ... Read More »

Turkey’s Bilkent among 100 best young universities

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Turkish universities Bilkent and Koç made it in the 2014 Times Higher Education 100 Under 50, a listing in the world-renowned publication that specializes in evaluating universities which are less than 50 years old. In comments added to the list by the magazine’s editors, the two universities were described as having “really exciting prospects and both are characterized by financial ... Read More »

Turkish, Arab universities convene in Turkey

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The first Turkish-Arab Congress on Higher Education started in Istanbul to seek cooperation in the field of higher education between the universities of Turkey and the Arab world. Secretary-general of the congress, Orhan Alimoglu, said one of the goals of the meeting was sharing information about recent trends in higher education. How to improve the current situation of Arab and ... Read More »

Syrian refugees get chance to attend Turkish universities

Syrian refugee sisters Tamara and Eilada may have lost their home and most of their possessions, but not their hope for an education and a productive future. Tamara, 20, and Eilada, 18, fled Idlib in north Syria in September. Today, they live in a tent in a refugee camp in southern Turkey with their parents, two brothers and a sister. ... Read More »

Turkish Universities reaching out to international students

Over the past five years, Turkey has become a hotspot for international students. More so for foreign Muslim students who are seeking higher education at one of its 167 universities. This is an attempt by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to make Turkey a role model in the Islamic world. According to statistics provided by the Student Selection and Placement ... Read More »

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