Studying in abroad

    Today, thousands of Azerbaijani youth are eager to study abroad. In spite of the high demand in this direction, there is a serious lack of information in the field of education abroad. First of all, let's introduce you to the importance of applying for education to foreign universities.
    Study abroad is one of the best ways to learn a foreign language.
    Graduating from a university abroad is a step forward when looking for a job: Many companies prefer foreigners who have been studying at a recruitment abroad.
    Experience in foreign education boosts you and increases confidence in yourself.
    On the other hand, anyone who wants to study abroad must be familiar with the following information.
    Everyone who wants to study abroad must first of all take an interest in the admission requirements of foreign universities and obtain a number of documents. In order to be able to study abroad, you need a certificate, a certificate that reflects your language skills (TOEFL, IELTS, TestDAF, TCF and other examinations) and other documents.
When applying for study abroad, choose the specialty you want to specialize, with your interests and basic knowledge.
    The choice of country and university is almost the most important in this process. So, your choice affects the entire application procedure and the institution you are going to determine is your future. The wrong choice will give you negative results. Because there are so many countries and universities abroad, you need to investigate them and determine what's appropriate for you.
    After selecting the University, you must follow the criteria required for admission. Each university has its own terms of admission. If your language test results do not meet the requirements, you should re-enter that exams. If you are not satisfied with GRE, GMAT, SAT, ALES, and other exam results, you should re-enter these exams.
    Once you have completed the whole procedure and defined the university you are applying, you should send an official request to that educational institution. The rules apply for each country and university. Once you have received an official letter of acceptance from the university you are applying, you now have the opportunity to study abroad. Many countries apply visa regime to Azerbaijan. You must apply for a visa to students in the country you are admitting to. You need to get your visa as soon as possible, because some countries have a visa requirement period, sometimes months. This can prevent you from going to the university you are currently admitting to. After obtaining your visa, you must go to the university you are enrolled and register. Once you have registered, you can study abroad.
In the above article, we tried to explain the training procedure for you abroad. It should be borne in mind that the aforementioned information is general information. You will face many problems while studying abroad. For this, you can contact the Knowledge Learning Center. We are ready to provide you with every help.


Central Asia

You can study at universities in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia.

In Kazakhstan since the early days of independence, education has a major place in society's development. Many steps are taken in this area. Budget for education increases, financial and technical infrastructure of schools increases. Since 2001, all schools in Kazakhstan have been provided with computers and radical changes have taken place in Kazakhstan's higher education system. A new mechanism has been developed that enables candidates to undergo one-on-one testing to create a student quota. Universities have a large number of systems installed in accordance with international standardization classification standards. A multilateral educational services market has been established to fund higher education institutions.

Achieving talented children and youth development has been regarded as one of the main goals of government's educational policy.

Kazakh universities attract the attention of representatives of the world intellectual community for their international reputation, economic growth and political stability.

Students who want to study in Kazakhstan can choose Russian or English as a learning language. Students who want to study at Kazakh universities, but do not speak Russian or English, receive language training for the first year.

The education system is in line with the Bologna system. Bachelor's degree in Kazakhstan is 4 years. Medicine, like all countries, is 6, 7 years. First year language teaching is held. Students who are fluent in English and who can speak Russian may start the first semester without getting ready for the training. Those who are fluent in English and Russian are easier to deal with. Such students can take 4 months of short-term training at the university and study at the department they want.

 There are university dormitories for students who want to study in Kazakhstan. University dormitories consist of modern complexes and are designed to meet all needs. Dormitory costs vary by university.

In recent years, Kazakhstan's economy is rapidly developing, and as a result, many jobs are created. Students studying in the country can earn their own tuition fees.





Our collaborating universities are:

University of Süleyman Demirel

Al Farabi Kazakh National University

Almaata University of Technology

International Business Academy

Kazakhstani Tourism and Sports Academy

University of Economics

Afendiyarov Kazakhstan National Medical University

Abilakhan is the Kazakhstan's International Relations and World University of Languages

Kazakhstan Management, Economics and Strategic Research University

Aktobe State Pedagogical University

Atrirau H. Dosmuhamedov State University

East Kazakhstan D. Serikbayev State Technical University

Semey State Medical University

Taraz M.H. Dulati State University

West Kazakhstan Jangir Khan Agricultural and Technical University

Kızılorda Korkit Ata State University

Kazakh Law University

Almaata University of Energy and Telecommunications


In Kyrgyzstan,

  Kyrgyzstan is one of the most influential educational institutions in Central Asia.

Kyrgyzstan, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, is home to about 80 universities. There are many universities in Bishkek itself. From this point of view, if we call this university a university, it will not be wrong. The main towns that can get education other than Bishkek are Osh and Jalalabad, the country's largest cities.

You can study in the fields of science and social sciences in mathematics, engineering, tourism, law, medicine, physics, chemistry, biology, history, geography, Turkology, Kyrgyz literature, Foreign language departments, economics and international relations. Most of the students are Kyrgyz and foreign students from many countries around the world. The tuition fee ranges from $ 1000 to $ 1,500. .

Kyrgyzstan-Turkey Manas University is one of the most prestigious universities in the country. The University was established in Bishkek in 1995 after the agreement signed between the two countries and has been operating since 1997-1998 academic year. The campus, which has two campuses, has secure and comfortable dormitories. It is one of the most modern universities in Kyrgyzstan. There is a university with laboratories, a sports complex, a dormitory and all the facilities. You will almost certainly not find a scholarship in Kyrgyzstan.

Our collaborating universities

International Ataturk-Alatoo University

Turkey Manas University -

International University of Kyrgyzstan -

Kyrgyz State Law Academy -

Kyrgyzstan Razzakov Technical University -

Kyrgyzstan State University of Communications and Construction -

Kyrgyz National University


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Education in Georgia - Georgian higher education system includes universities, academies and institutions. There are 26 state high schools (8 of which are universities) and 209 private universities operate in the country. . Bachelor's degree is 4 years. Medical specialties - 6 years. Master's education is 2 years.

The language of instruction for foreign students in Georgia is ENGLISH and RUSSIAN.

Courses are also available for those who want to learn Georgian.

Student life in Georgia is very interesting. The low cost of living makes the students more inclined. The tuition fee varies depending on the university and specialty. From $ 1,000 to $ 1,700. The above quotations do not apply to medical specialties. Prices at the Medical University range from $ 2,500 to $ 5,000.

Our official university:



 In Germany there is a moderate sea climate. The weather is cold, cloudy and humid, the summers are mild and windy.

The most important cities are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Bremen, Hannover, Dusseldorf.

Germany is one of the countries with high quality education. An average of 2 million students study in the country's higher education institutions. German diplomas and certificates are the foundation of the European Union and worldwide. The opportunities created for the German students, the different education system, and the level of education they are applying for, come from the students' choice. Scientifically strong universities are located not only in large cities, but also in smaller cities, and those universities are recognized all over the world. Undergraduate and graduate programs are taught in English and German.

The German higher education system is multidisciplinary and consists of various types of higher education. Those who prefer the practice are vocational high school, theoretically based, and those who prefer researchers prefer the university. 1.98 million students study at German universities today. In total, 376 universities offer higher education, of which 102 are universities, 170 are higher vocational schools and 69 are private universities. In recent years, the number of foreign students has increased dramatically. The diploma received in Germany is not only a job in Azerbaijan, but also a worldwide business and career. Germany is a leading EU country. Education is one of the countries where education is not high. In Germany, the monthly cost of a student's accommodation and meal costs is 550-650 euros. A student can choose a place of residence in Germany for personal needs and budget. Some universities have their student dormitories.

Bachelor and Master in Germany, doctorate education

The undergraduate education is 4 years. One year of training and three years of teaching. But here the education system differs from the Azerbaijani education system. While the average school in Azerbaijan is eleven years, secondary school in Germany works with a thirteen year system. From this point of view, it is necessary to graduate from secondary school in Azerbaijan and get a bachelor's degree at least two years in Azerbaijan to be admitted directly to the German bachelor's degree.

German universities are mostly popular in medicine and technology. 70% to 80% of the students studying here study in this field. University admission is twice a year: summer and winter.

Bachelor Degree in Germany is required to study: IELTS or TOEFL international English language exams, DSH or TesDAF German language exams


In Germany, you can get a master's degree in bachelor's degree. First of all, you need to finish the bachelor's degree. Master's education in Germany is held in accordance with the highest standards.

In addition to bachelor and master degrees, you can continue your doctorate degree in this country. But it's not so easy to read a Master's or Doctorate degrees here. It is important to know English or German fluently.

In addition, you can also participate in summer camps in Germany.


Hungary provides educational opportunities for students from many European countries. It is possible to read bachelors and masters in Medicine, Pharmacy, Engineering, Management and many other fields at the most prestigious universities without the need for an exam in Hungary. Hungarian universities offer quality education and prestigious diplomas. You can study English here. In this area, you will have both a valid diploma and English native language.

Education System and Admission Requirements

Foreign students are accepted as standard at the first stage at the University Foundation (International Foundation Year). There are two different university preparation programs, including medicine and other sciences. A student who successfully completes the program is enrolled in the faculty where he / she wants to study.

In the interview for admission, students are also tested on the English language levels, including biology, physics, and chemistry. To be admitted to Foundation programs, English proficiency must be at least intermediate. Successful students are accepted to the preparatory class. Students who have a good English background can take part in a free exam held at the University in September. Students who can pass the free exam can start college education without having to read the year of preparation.

In Hungary, bachelor's degree is 3 years (3,5 years in some engineering faculties) and 2 years for master's degree. Medical education is 6 years, Dentistry and Pharmacy - 5 years. There are no age restrictions on education levels.

In Hungary, education fees vary by specialty and university. The annual education fee of social sciences or engineering fields is 3000-3500 Euros; medical, dental and pharmacy fields are around 9000-9500 Euros

Hungary is one of the most favorable countries for students who want to pursue university education in Europe. There are different options for the student's life. Students can live in dormitories or in rented houses. Living costs are around 500-600 Euros.


Our collaborating universities are:

1. Corvinus University

Elte University

3. Debrecen University

4. Andrassy University

5. Pecs University

6. International Business School

7. Szent Istvan Univbersity (SZIU)

8. Metropolitan University (Met)


The Republic of Macedonia is a part of the former Yugoslavia. The culture of the country is closer to the culture of Turkic rhymes. It is a country rich in history and cultural wealth.

The Macedonian education system is identical to the European educational system. Secondary schools or vocational degrees are enough for higher education in universities in Macedonia. You can study without exams. It is very convenient to study at Macedonian universities. Here you can study law, economics, architecture, sociology, medicine and engineering. Macedonian universities' fees vary according to universities. Tuition fees are lower than university rates in other countries. Almost all universities have a tuition fee of between 800-3000 euros. Medicine, pharmacy and dentistry specialties range from 1500 to 3,000 euros. The engineering costs € 1000 to € 3000 a year. In Macedonia, it is possible to accept all the specialties including medical education, pharmaceutical education, dentistry education without stress testing. Education is in English, Macedonian and Turkish. Foreign students can take bachelor's and master's degrees. Bachelors earn 6 years in medicine, 4 years in pharmacy and 5 years in dentistry. Education in engineering and other departments is 4 years. The first year of the University is the year of preparation in Macedonia. Preparation is two semesters.

Students with English Language Certificates such as IELTS or TOEFL may register directly in the 1st Class of Macedonian Universities in English-speaking departments. Students can apply for admission to the Macedonian Universities all year round.

 Our collaborating universities are:

1. Vision University

2. European University



It is located in the center of northern Europe, which is over 1000 years old from the Polish state.

In the education system Poland is among the most dynamic. The number of students in the last 12 years has increased 4 times and the number of universities has increased 5 times. Almost half a million young people start college and college education each year.

Teaching in all leading universities is conducted in English. It can be admitted to medicine, engineering, humanitarian, business and finance. Poland is actively involved in the Bologna process. Thanks to the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) students can continue education in other countries. Polsa's education system is divided into three stages: Bachelor, Master and Doctorate

Because you do not have an IELTS or TOEFL exams, you can study for one year by taking a Bachelor's degree. Art schools, as well as some physical education departments, have additional skill exams. Bachelor's degree is 3-3,5 years. Technical sciences, agriculture and economics last for 3.5-4 years. To qualify for a Master's degree, a Bachelor's Degree and IELTS or TOEFL exam results are sufficient. Master's education is 1.5 or 2 years.

Documents needed for registration:

IELTS or TOEFL are required, the required form, secondary school results (attestat), and a university where English language is required. Some high schools require advice letters, personal essays and other documents. Art schools are organizing additional skills tests.

The academic year is divided into 2 parts:

1. Autumn semester. Start time - October

2. Winter semester. Start time - February

Includes teaching, lessons, lessons, workshops, laboratory work and course writing. Baccalaureate

Dabrowa Gornicza University, Poland, is an international scholarship program. The scholarship program allows students to study in Management, International Relations and Computer Sciences. At least B1 requires English language proficiency. Scholarships are designed exclusively for full-time education. University Tuition Fee is free of charge and you also have the opportunity to earn a scholarship of up to € 10,000 for a bachelor's degree.


Having a higher education in Romanian universities, you can achieve high-quality jobs in Romanian and other developed countries around the world. Romania has been a member of the European Union since 2007. Romanian universities offer you higher education in Romanian, English, French, Hungarian and German. Credit education is available in public and private universities across the country. In general, Romanian education combines:


56 state universities, 49 of them are citizens and 7 are military.

26 private high schools

6 high school


In addition, academies, college colleges and conservatives are also active in the country. The Romanian education system is a key component of the Bologna process. The Credit Selection System (ECTS) stands for three levels:

Bachelor's degree - Duration of study 3-6 years (180-240 credits)

Master's Degree - Duration of study 2 years (90 - 120 credits)


Doctorate - Duration of training 3-4 years (60 credits)

The educational term of the bachelor degree varies according to the chosen specialty, for example, education is 3 years in art, sports, humanitarian, social, economics and law. Technical areas are not less than 4 years, medical specialty is 6 years. The year of study consists of 2 semesters, Continue:


Autumn: October - January

Summer: February - June


Final exams are given at the end of each semester.


The cost of getting and living higher education in Romania


Free education for foreign students is almost impossible. In some cases, a student may obtain a grant or scholarship based on an international agreement. However, in other cases the annual cost varies between 2000 and € 5,000. The most expensive education is medicine, about € 6,000. Training language courses are between 2000 and 2500 Euros. Under the rules, the first year tuition fee is fully paid. This is the basic requirement for a visa. Students can earn money by working. The cost of living in the country is more favorable than other neighboring countries. According to the average statistical data, the Romanian student can afford to pay 500 euros per month for food and accommodation.


 Our collaborating universities


1. Bucharest University

2. Bucharest Polytechnic University

3. Bucharest Academy of Economics

4. "Karol Davil" Medical and Pharmaceutical University

5. Yass University

6. Babeş - Balyay University


When the Azerbaijani students want to study abroad, they can apply to universities in Turkey, which is very far away. The Turkish education system has been developing rapidly in recent years, and everyone wants to benefit from the quality of education. As an example, we can point out that in 2013, the list of Top 100 Best University Universities in the Top 50 also included the Turkish Education Center. :

The annual tuition fees at state universities are relatively low compared with our tuition fees in our and other European Universities. The availability of annual education fees at state universities, being a neighbor country, low living costs and easy visa procedures for Azerbaijani citizens, a chance to get a scholarship, tradition, culture and art, and ultimately our language, increasing demand for education. Therefore, the number of Azerbaijani students wishing to study in Turkey has increased in recent years.

You need to take some exams to become admitted to Turkish universities.

It should be noted that Turkish Universities are divided into two places, State and Private. Every university has almost the same conditions for studying at universities in Turkey. Generally, one of the SAT I, II, or YOS exams must be taken to obtain a Bachelor's degree. You must pass the ALES exam for the Master's program.

In both cases, if you want to study in English, you should have at least 5.5 IELTS results. If you do not have a TÖMER result to study in English, you can study at a university in a preparatory class and take the same exams and start a bachelor's degree in one of two languages.

Bachelor's degree is 4 years. Generally, there are 172 universities in Turkey. Of these, 105 are state, 61 are private and 6 are technical. Foreign students have 5 suggestions for bachelor's degree in Turkey:

1. TCS is a test organized for Turkish students seeking a scholarship in higher education institutions in Turkey.

2. YÖS - This exam has not been a universal exam in the last 2 years, but rather has become a test for some universities. Those who want to take part in the YÖS exam must contact the university directly to register at the university's own or selected centers.

3. SSDC - Many universities that do not pass the YÖS exam are admitted to the ball scored by the SSAC. This score varies according to the ranking of universities. Generally, many university students require passage to pass through a group of specialties chosen by the student. To read a normal university, you need to score between 400-450 from the SSAC. Higher-rated universities require 550-600 scores.

4. SAT - Students enrolled in SAT exam to be admitted to Turkish universities. This applies to more English-language programs.

5. ATTESTAT- Another and easiest way to get a job in Turkey is ONLY with ATTESTAT. You can only study in the middle school without attending any exam. Every university does not accept it.

To get a master's degree in Turkey, you need to finish a 4-year bachelor's degree first. You can participate in the ALES exam for the Masters Degree in Turkey and apply to the universities that you have collected from that exam. You can study both English and Turkish. Education is basically 2 years old. Those wishing to study in English should additionally submit TOEFL or IELTS results. If you want to study in English, you must have at least 6 IELTS results.

Bachelor and Master's Degree Programs:

1. Istanbul University

2. Cukurova University (Adana)

3. Koç University (Istanbul)

4. Ercies University (Kayseri)

5. Bahçeşehir University (Istanbul)

6. Kültür University (Istanbul)

7. Üsküdar University (İstanbul)

8. Istanbul Technical University (Istanbul)

9. Yildiz Technical University (Istanbul)

10. Istanbul University (Istanbul)

11. Bogazici University (Istanbul)

12. Marmara University (Istanbul)

13. Mayis University (Istanbul)

14. Ankara University (Ankara)

15. Gazi University (Ankara)

16. Bursa Technical University (Bursa)

17. Hacettepe University (Ankara)

18. Yildirim Beyazit University (Ankara)

19. Ege University (Izmir)

20. Dokuz Eylul University (Izmir)

21. Nevşehir University (Nevsehir)

22. Sakarya University (Sakarya)

23. Pamukkale University (Denizli)

24. Uludag University (Bursa)

25. Army University (Army)

26. Celal Bayar University (Manisa)

27. Dumlupınar University (Kutahya)

28. Kirikkale University (Kirikkale)

29. Balikesir University (Balikesir)

30. Bartin University (Bartin)

31. Kırklareli University (Kırklareli)

32. Bulent Ecevit University (Zonguldak)

33.  Karabuk University (Karabük)

34. Kastamonu University (Kastamonu)

35. Adnan Menderes University (Aydin)

36. Sinop University (Sinop)

37. Iğdır University (Igdir)

38. Ataturk University (Erzurum)

39. Karadeniz Technical University (Trabzon)

40. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan University (Rize)

41. Suleyman Demirel University (Isparta)

42. Mayis University (Samsun)

43. Kocaeli University (Kocaeli)

44. University of 18 March (Canakkale)

45. Akdeniz University (Antalya)

46. ​​Giresun University (Giresun)

47. Selcuk University (Konya)

48. Anadolu University (Eskisehir)

49. Namik Kemal University (Tekirdag)

Bayburt University (Bayburt)

51. Osmangazi University (Eskisehir)

52. Sitki Kocman University (Mugla)

53. Gaziantep University (Gaziantep)

54. Mersin University (Mersin)

55. Sutcu Imam University (Kahramanmaras)

56. Usak University (Butler)

57. Gaziosmanpasa University (Tokat)

58. Cumhuriyet University (Sivas)

59. Korkut Ata University (Osmaniye)


Italy is considered to be a highly-qualified university in the world. Of the 95 universities, 70 percent are state universities.

 Universities have the opportunity to take bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in agriculture, architecture, economics, pharmaceutical, law, engineering, humanities, modern languages, education, biotechnology, medicine, veterinary, natural sciences, physics, mathematics, political science. about 1.25 million students study at universities.

Italy's higher education system is mostly universities. There are 47 state universities and nine independent universities in Italy. About 1.5 million students study in these universities. The year of study in Italy is divided into 2 semesters. The 1st semester begins in the first days of October and the 2nd semester begins in the first days of March.

 Specialties are taught both in English and in Italian. Foreign students are taught Italian free.

Foreign students enrolled in the first year of the university do not take the exam. However, every Italian university exams with a special language test. Such tests usually include grammatical questions, textual translation, and talk with a teacher.

Those who want to study in bachelor's degree in Italy must demonstrate a 12-year education certificate. In this case, you can apply for bachelor's degree in Italy after you have completed a 11-year secondary school + at least one year college or bachelor's degree. The bachelor's degree in Italy is 3 years.

Those who want to study for a Master's degree can only apply for a two-year program. No one is eligible for a 1-year Master's degree.


Our collaborating universities are:

  -Politecnico di Milano

  -La Sapienza

  -Politecnico di Torino

- Tor Vergatta

- Universita di Bologna

- Universita di Milano

- Libera Universita di Bolzano

- Universita per stranieri di Perugia

-Universita di Pisa

- Universita di Siena

- Universita di Genova

- Universita di Pavia