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We invite you to participate in our in-person education fair and high school visits in Istanbul, Türkiye. These events offer a unique opportunity to connect with the country’s most driven and enthusiastic students and their parents. Begin Edu Fairs are the ideal platform for attracting prospective students in this rapidly growing market for study-abroad recruitment.

Country Overview

Türkiye, situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, offers a unique pool of talented students that universities worldwide can tap into. Boasting nearly 20 million students nationwide and housing 67,000 schools along with over 200 universities, Türkiye presents a significant potential for international academic collaboration.

According to UNESCO, over 51,000 Turkish students pursue degree programmes abroad annually, and this number is expected to grow. Several surveys show a significant and upward trend of young Turks aspiring to study abroad, indicating a strong and increasing interest in international education among Türkiye's youth. The Turkish education market is also expected to reach 523 million euros by 2028. Recruiting students from Türkiye can be an investment in future leaders and professionals.

Key Facts:

Youthful population: Türkiye has a youthful population, with 15.3% aged 15-24, ensuring a constant influx of ambitious and motivated students seeking higher education opportunities.

Diverse economy: Türkiye is among the world’s leading producers of agricultural products; textiles; motor vehicles, transportation equipment; construction materials; consumer electronics and home appliances.

Educational reforms: The Turkish government has been implementing educational reforms aimed at enhancing the quality of education at all levels, including higher education. These reforms address curriculum updates, teaching quality, and the integration of technology in education.