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How to Prepare?

VISA
You will need a "student visa" to enter Turkey. Please make sure that you apply for the student visa at the Turkish Consulate in your country as soon as you receive your acceptance letter. Make travel arrangements accordingly, so that you will allow adequate time for your visa to be processed prior to your departure.


HEALTH INSURANCE
Health Insurance in not a visa requirement for Turkey, however, students are recommended to have an international health insurance. Bilkent University has a well-equipped Student Health Center providing care for all students with their routine health problems and minor injuries.

Please visit http://www.bilkent.edu.tr/bilkent/services/health.html for detailed information.


LIVING EXPENSES – per semester
Accommodation: 550 USD (starting from)
Food&Drinks: 1900 USD
Books: 130 USD
Public Transportation: 300 USD
(Bilkent University also provides free shuttle busses from/to Campus, to/from Ankara.)
Traveling around Turkey: 400 USD


WHAT TO BRING
The weather in Turkey varies, as it is a country with four seasons. From mid-October to mid-March, the weather is cold, so you should bring your winter coat and boots, but you also bring light clothing items, as it gets quite warm from June to late September.


RECOMMENDED READING
A Brief History of Ankara by Toni Cross and Gary Leiser,
Culture Shock!: Turkey: A survival guide to customs and etiquette by Arın Bayraktaroğlu



 
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