Why not get to know together the city where Erzurum Technical University is located?
About the city:
The city of Erzurum is located in the Eastern Anatolia region, and it is one of the archaeological cities of historical importance in Turkey because of the historical landmarks it retains, such as the gates of the city, which made it a tourist city that attracts visitors from all over the world, and among its tourist attractions we mention:
Wall of Erzurum
It is also possible to reach the city by daily flights from Istanbul and Ankara and by public transport,
The distance between it and Istanbul takes about 14 hours and 48 minutes, and between it and Ankara about 10 and a half hours.
About the University:
Erzurum University was established in the Turkish city of Erzurum in 2010, about 10 minutes away from the city center. Although it is considered one of the modern universities, it has offered a number of programs for bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels, and it currently includes 6 faculties, 3 institutes and a number of research and application centers.
To be a leading university that adds value to the country and humanity as a whole.
A YÖS or SAT certificate is not required for admission.
Tuition fees are low.
Some majors are available in English.
Lack of majors taught in English.
It does not provide medical specialties.
There are many engineering majors available at the university, including:
Electrical Electronics Engineering.
The university provides many Master's programs to its students.
International students can pursue a master's degree after fulfilling the requirements.
The university conducts its own YÖS test every year in centers within Turkey,
It does not require YÖS certification to register in it, and it accepts all YÖS certificates from other universities.
All secondary school certificates issued by foreign ministries of education.
The university YÖS certificate itself.
YÖS certificates of other Turkish universities.
The university teaches some of its majors in English. These include:
English Language and Literature
International students can study Turkish at the university's Tomer centers.
The university has a number of research and application centers, including:
Turkish Applied Studies and Research Center
Occupational Health and Safety Coordination Unit
Project Coordination Research and Application Center
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences
Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences
Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences
Institute of Health Sciences
Institute of Social Sciences
The cost of the available majors ranges between (60 to 100) dollars approximately.
Majors taught in English are always more expensive than others.
The university does not require the YÖS test to register.
It accepts all high school diplomas and YÖS certificates, and is one of the universities that is relatively difficult to admit, especially since its fees are low.
A certified and translated copy of the secondary school certificate.
A copy of your passport or ID.
A personal photo with a blue or white background.
Certificate of YÖS or SAT if any, which is not a requirement for application.
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|Department Of English Language And Literature
|Department Of Turkish Language And Literature
|Department Of Molecular Biology And Genetics
|Basic Sciences Department
|Department Of Economics
|Health Management Department
|Computer Engineering Department
|Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department
|Industrial Engineering Department
|Department Of Aviation And Space Engineering
|Department Of Interior Architecture
|Civil Engineering Department
|Chemical Engineering Department
|Mechanical Engineering Department
|Department Of Architecture
|City And Regional Planning Department
|Emergency Aid And Disaster Management Department
|Nutrition And Dietetics Department
|Physiotherapy And Rehabilitation Department
|Coaching Training Department
|Department Of Physical Education And Sports
|Sports Management Department
|Foreign Languages Department