Why Kampus Abroad?

Kampus Abroad is with you throughout your education career. Kampus Abroad offers more than students' expected educational opportunities, being the industry leader with a wide range of services such as summer schools, private schools abroad, student exchange programs, high school and university preparation programs abroad, university education abroad, foreign language schools, and more. There is no age limit for Kampus Abroad's education consultancy and coaching services, and programs are available for candidates of all ages. Each program is designed to enhance the quality of education and bring individuals closer to their goals. Moreover, it's entirely up to you to determin...


Through this program, students can continue their high school education in Turkey while simultaneously taking differential courses from Canada. At the end of the 12th grade, they can possess official government diplomas from both their Turkish schools and Canada.

Students who meet the requirements for the Canadian High School Program are assigned an Academic Coordinator.

Courses are selected in collaboration with the student, the assigned counselor, and the Academic Coordinator from Canada. While selecting these courses, the family's opinions are considered, and a path that aligns with the student's career map is drawn.

Each course taken by the student is delivered through written course materials via the system, an assignment system monitored by the teacher, and, if necessary, live teacher support by appointment. At the end of each term, students take the final exam for the courses received from Canada. Successful students in the exams earn the right to take differential courses in the next grade and continue in the diploma program. Attendance in the diploma program is mandatory, and a minimum of 85% attendance is required for each course every year.

When students join the program, their course selections are planned annually according to the University Pathway Program System (UPS) steps specifically designed for them. While 9th and 10th-grade students take general courses, 11th and 12th-grade students, along with the College Counselor and the Academic Coordinators, select courses specifically tailored to the department they wish to study at the university.

Students who wish to can start this program at the beginning of high school and continue with formal education in Canada in subsequent years. During online education, if the student decides to study in Canada, they can continue their education in Canada at the same or another public or private school using the grade report they receive from Canada.

Private Boarding Schools

These educational institutions, which are among the world's most prestigious schools that place great importance on arts and sports activities and offer larger campuses with more extensive facilities than many universities in Turkey, provide accommodation within the campus as boarding schools. From schools known as the "Schools of Kings" in Switzerland to the world's most prestigious schools in the United States, from Canada's elite schools with proven educational quality to schools in England that have educated members of the royal family, you can receive high school education at a suitable educational institution among a variety of school options. These schools, with their established structures, become the address for those who aspire to receive university education in prestigious educational institutions such as Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, Sorbonne, Yale, and Columbia University in the future. These schools, where you can take specific and interest-based courses such as World Cuisine (Culinary Arts), Art History, Equestrianism, Sailing, Anatomy, Skiing, are nurturing the elite minority of the future. Graduates who complete these schools and reach important positions in the future continue to provide all kinds of support for the development of the institution by maintaining a constant connection with their schools. This information has been obtained from Globalise, the most authoritative institution in Turkey regarding private schools.


Master's Programs

Today's competitive business world demands employees who are more qualified, have accredited expertise in their field, and can work on an international scale.

Among candidates who have completed their undergraduate education, those who pursue a master's degree, especially through a master's program abroad, gain a competitive edge over their peers.

While the most popular master's program abroad is the MBA (Master of Business Administration), there are programs offered in various fields. There are master's programs available in different specialization areas within the main field of study where you completed your undergraduate education. This allows you to specialize in specific subjects within your profession based on your preferences.

After the MBA, the most commonly pursued master's degree is the MA (Master of Arts), covering programs in a wide range of fields, from social sciences to IT and business. Architects earn an MArch, educators obtain an MEd, engineers earn an MEng, and those pursuing a master's in the medical field graduate with MMed degrees. MPhil is a transitional master's program that candidates in the UK undertake for two years, aiming to pursue a Ph.D.

Countries frequently chosen for pursuing a master's degree include the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, primarily due to their emphasis on research and development and their academic contributions. Following closely, countries in Europe like Germany, France, and Italy also see demand for master's programs, especially when language factors are taken into consideration. These top-ranking countries offer attractive options because of their direct connections to the global business world.

Just like in our country, the duration of master's programs abroad is typically two years. However, in the UK, there is an option to obtain a diploma after completing one year of full-time study (or two years for part-time, depending on the program). This provides alternatives for candidates when evaluating the duration and cost.

The availability of similar master's programs in different countries and universities poses a challenge for candidates. At this stage, evaluating factors such as the school's ranking, the compatibility of the courses within the program with the candidate's goals and preferences, cost, accommodation, and duration with the guidance of an expert in the field of overseas master's programs helps make the right career choices.

Once our experts have identified the most suitable program for you, a detailed application process begins. The application process, which needs to be carried out carefully and professionally within specified time frames, generally requires candidates to provide:

  • Transcripts showing courses taken and grades earned during undergraduate studies.
  • Proof of success in an international English proficiency exam (usually IELTS or TOEFL).
  • Academic reference letters (typically two).

In addition to these requirements, the university/faculty may request the fulfillment of their own examination or another condition they specify.

Intercultural High School Student Exchange Programs

Being a 'Exchange Program' student makes a difference among young people. Campus Abroad is the best implementer of InterCultural Exchange Programs in Turkey and offers young people the opportunity to 'make a difference.'

If your child is in the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade, and even if they have just graduated from high school, imagine how much it would expand the limits of their imagination about their future to know that they can continue their education in the best schools in the world.

For Campus Abroad students, high school life is not limited to Turkey. Students in Campus Abroad's InterCultural High School Exchange Programs study in the most prestigious institutions in the United States, Canada, and Europe, opening a new chapter in their lives in every aspect.

These programs provide students with the opportunity to benefit from the advantages of the education system of the country they are going to. Thus, in addition to the curriculum they follow in their own countries, they learn what information their peers in schools in different countries are equipped with, make significant progress in important lessons, and achieve various academic successes.

Within our programs, students studying high school abroad have the opportunity to naturally use foreign languages and quickly reach a fluent and almost native level of a foreign language.