About Us

Education and More…

SBH Education is an education consultancy company established within Sabiha Hanım Student Dormitories. Sabiha Hanım student dormitories were established in 2006 in Turkey. It is the chain institution that provides the oldest corporate student dormitory service in Turkey.

With over 16 years of experience and head offices in Istanbul, Turkey Europe and the Middle East, we assist students with a variety of educational services to Apply to and Study in Universities in the Republic of Turkey.

More than 18500 domestic and 1300 international students from more than 40 countries trusted Sabiha for their admission and preparation for universities in Turkey. Now we will provide more services to Global with SBH Education.

SBH Education has always aimed to pioneer innovations both in Turkey and all over the world, especially in Europe. We are an educational institution that aims to support students’ interest in Turkey and aims to support students in all areas of education and develop methods.

We are an organization that teaches students to study in Turkey and their legal rights in this regard, provides direct communication with the universities they are interested in, and contributes to Turkey in the field of education.

Frequently Asked Questions about the studying in turkey

International students need to have a high school diploma or equivalent and meet the admission requirements of the Turkish university they are applying to. They also need to have a valid student visa to study in Turkey.

Most Turkish universities offer courses in both Turkish and English. Some universities also offer courses in other languages such as Arabic, French, German, and Russian.

Tuition fees for international students at Turkish universities vary depending on the university, program, and level of study. Private universities are generally more expensive than public universities.

Yes, there are scholarships available for international students in Turkey. The Turkish government offers a number of scholarships through its Türkiye Scholarships program, while some universities also offer their own scholarships.

The cost of living in Turkey varies depending on the city and the lifestyle of the student. However, it is generally more affordable compared to other study destinations in Europe. Estimated living expenses including accommodation, food, and transportation range from $300 to $600 per month.

Finding accommodation in Turkey can be challenging, especially in big cities like Istanbul, Ankara, and Izmir. However, most universities have dormitories or offer assistance in finding off-campus housing.

International students are allowed to work part-time in Turkey while studying, as long as they have a valid student residence permit. However, there are restrictions on the number of working hours and types of jobs that they can do.

International students need to apply directly to the Turkish university they are interested in attending. They need to submit their high school transcripts, language proficiency test scores, and other required documents. Some universities may also require an entrance exam.

The most popular fields of study for international students in Turkey are engineering, business, social sciences, and medicine.

International students may encounter cultural differences in Turkey, such as the language, customs, and traditions. However, Turkish people are generally friendly and welcoming to foreigners, and many universities have international student support services to help them adjust to life in Turkey.