Around since 1979, EMU is a public university that ranks fourth among the Turkish universities. It holds more than 20,000 students from 106 countries and is on the list of “World’s Best Young University Rankings.” The university offers degrees in Dentistry, Engineering, Business and Architecture.

Located in Turkey’s capital, Ankara, Bilkent University is an internationally recognized hub of academic, social and cultural activity. The university prides itself for its global perspective and high education standards with a growing body of international students coming from 73 countries. In fact, it has been ranked 46th in the 2017 Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings and named as Turkey’s highest-ranked university in the latest Quacquarelli Symonds Graduate Employability Rankings for 2018. Bilkent University provides its students with a rich and diverse environment for learning and intellectual growth.

Middle East Technical University, commonly referred to as METU, offers a range of courses in its Northern Cyprus campus going from Business and Economics, to Education and Humanities as well as Engineering programs. Their master’s degree in Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems would be particularly interesting to students from the Middle East.