Farabi Exchange Program


Who is Farabi?

Farabi was born in Farab city of Turkestan in 871. He visited the important science centers of the time such as Bukhara, Baghdad, Damascus, Cairo, Harran and Aleppo. He wrote works in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, logic, political science and music. He has a reputation that is comparable to Aristotle, who is called Muallim-i Evvel (First Teacher) in the field of philosophy in the Islamic world, and is called Muallim-i Sani (Second Teacher). He is known as "Alpharabius" in the western world. He died in Damascus in 950.

Farabi Exchange Program

Student and Faculty Exchange Program Between Higher Education Institutions "Farabi Exchange Program" is a student and faculty exchange program between higher education institutions that provide education at associate, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels within universities and high technology institutes.

Farabi Exchange Program aims to enable students or faculty members to continue their education and training activities in a higher education institution outside their own institution for one or two semesters.

Non-refundable scholarships are given to students participating in the Farabi Exchange Program.

The Regulation on the implementation of the Farabi Exchange Program has been determined in detail by the Principles and Procedures.

Application to Farabi Exchange Program

Students studying at associate, undergraduate, graduate and doctorate levels within universities and high technology institutes can apply to the "Farabi Exchange Program".

Application conditions

GPA of at least 2.00/4.00 for Associate/Undergraduate students,

GPA must be at least 2.50/4.00 for Master's/PhD students.

* Graduate/PhD students cannot apply during the Preparatory and Scientific Preparation periods.

Activity Duration

The duration of the change; It covers one semester (only fall semester) or two semesters (fall+spring semester).

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