Türkiye Scholarships

Türkiye Scholarships – IsDB Joint Scholarship Program is jointly funded by YTB and IsDB to provide equal opportunities to successful students from IsDB member states and Muslim communities around the world to receive higher education at international standards at the most prestigious universities of Türkiye.

The program aims to contribute to the academic, cultural, social, political and economic development of developing countries by providing scholarships to promising students in the programs in line with sustainable development goals.

Program covers students' monthly stipend, accommodation support, tuition fees, health insurance, one-year Turkish language course and one-time round-trip flight tickets expenses.

Application Dates: 10 January – 20 February 2023

Applications to the joint scholarship program are only accepted through the Türkiye Scholarships website between 10 January - 20 February 2023.

Candidates who are eligible to apply for the Türkiye Scholarships – IsDB Joint Scholarship Program should choose the answer "yes" in the "Joint Scholarship Programs" section of the application screen to apply for the joint scholarship program.

Programs and Levels of Study

Türkiye Scholarships – IsDB Joint Scholarship Program offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs.

Applications are open to  successful international students applying from IsDB member states and other Muslim communities across world.

Click here to see the list of departments and countries from which applications are received within the scope of the Türkiye Scholarships - IsDB Joint Scholarship Program.

Grantees who have completed their postgraduate studies are obliged to repay 50% of the monthly stipend amount they receive during their studies to the Local Education Foundation Fund (LETF) in the Islamic Development Bank member countries in small installments after they are employed. For more information on the matter, please visit https://www.isdb.org/scholarships   

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