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Scholarship Opportunities Announced by Turkish University for Pakistani Students

Students aspiring to pursue higher education abroad, particularly in Turkey, now have an exciting opportunity as TED University, based in Ankara, is offering substantial scholarships for Pakistani students enrolling in the Fall 2024 semester.

During the Devcom-Pakistan webinar held recently, officials from TED University’s international programs announced scholarships ranging from 25% to 100%, depending on academic achievements and other qualifications, for new students. Pakistani applicants will also be exempted from GRE or English language proficiency tests.

Can Öney, from the International Programs Office, highlighted TED University’s standing as one of Ankara’s top institutions, boasting a highly qualified faculty dedicated to student support. The university offers various facilities for education, health, and recreation at no additional cost.

TED University provides undergraduate programs across five faculties including architecture, psychology, business administration, and engineering fields. Graduate programs cover a wide range of disciplines from data science to engineering management.

With a student body of around 5,000 and a faculty to student ratio of 24:1, TED University ensures personalized attention and ample opportunities for collaboration in research and academic projects.

Haares Munir, Head of International Student Community, emphasized the welcoming environment at TED University, praising the competent and friendly faculty and the accessibility of the International Office for student support. The university also offers health, sports, and recreational facilities along with discounted or free meals.

Students at TED University are encouraged to develop leadership skills through outdoor educational and recreational activities, fostering a holistic learning experience.

Basic knowledge of the Turkish language can greatly facilitate communication with locals and enhance the overall experience for Pakistani students in Turkey.

Munir Ahmed, Executive Director of Devcom-Pakistan, highlighted the historical and cultural ties between Turkey and Pakistan, advocating for closer collaboration in various fields including education and trade.

Levent Ocal, Head of International Programs Office at TED University, expressed gratitude to Pakistani mothers for entrusting their children’s education to Turkey, emphasizing the warm welcome and sense of brotherhood extended by the Turkish nation towards Pakistani students.

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