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Anadolu university

 Anadolu University  is one of the most important universities in Turkey and the most famous, as characterized by the diversity of its specialties and modern university campus , where it is considered one of the beauty of the best Turkish universities .

Anadolu University in Eskişehir is famous for providing a feature of a high quality open learning and distance education for many students in various countries around the world and within the territory of Turkey.

Anadolu University

History of Anadolu University 

Anatolia University was established under the name of Eskişehir University of Economic and Business Sciences in 1958, and its name changed in 1982 to Anadolu University.

The university has gained a prominent position among Turkish universities as a modern and innovative institution, as the university is one of the largest universities not only in Turkey, but also in the world.

Anadolu University

Anadolu university tuition fees

For students who hold Turkish citizenship, the costs of studying at Anadolu University are completely free, and for foreign students, the costs of studying at Anadolu University for them range from 580-600 TL per semester.

Admission Requirments to the Anadolu university

For foreign students, an ANADOLUYOS test must be taken, which is held in Turkey and in many countries of the world.

A student must obtain at least 50 scores on the ANADOLUYOS test to apply to the university’s programs and 20 scores to apply to the open education programs.

Tests accepted for applying to Anadolu University:

A) ACT – minimum score of 21 in science (scientific thinking), mathematics and complex,
b) score of no less than 300 out of 350 in the Afghan National University Entrance Examination (KONKUR-Baccalaurea)
c) score of no less than 400 out of 700 in Central University Entrance Examination held by TQDK in Azerbaijan,
d) score of no less than 60 out of 100 in Indonesia Ujlan Akhir National (UAN),
e) GAOKAO exam – score of not less than 480 out of 750 in the scores of subjects accepted by the applicable program,
and A minimum score of B3 for each of the six subjects, including mathematics, on the WAEC (West African Examination Board) exam held in Nigeria.
G) SAT 1 – a score of no less than 550 in Mathematics, and an overall score of no less than 1,000 in Mathematics + Reading.

High school exams accepted for application at Anatolia University

A) ABITUR or Austria MATURA – Exam score of 14 (applications with FACT ABITUR without exam will not be accepted),
b) DIPLȎME DU BACCALAUREAT GENERAL (type of French Baccalaureate and Baccalaureate degree offered only in France) – Diploma score of not less than 12,
c) GCE (A level) – at least two levels (A), one of which is related to the applied program.
D) A minimum diploma of 3.5 for the Swiss MATURA exam;
E) For those who hold Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus citizenship: reside in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and have a high school education in the TRNC and obtained the GCE AL exam, were educated in a high school in another country between 2005 and 2010 and took the GCE AL exam ,
F) Obtaining a diploma of at least 10 in the Greek “Apolytirion of Lykeo / Matriculation”.

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