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16 Top Ranked Universities in Turkey

Discover top universities in Turkey and find your best study option in Turkey. University rankings help students and researchers to compare the quality of higher education institutions and to identify the best universities worldwide. Highly ranked universities receive top scores on indicators such as learning environment, influence on scientific papers, programme variety, international focus, and more.

Popular university rankings include The Academic Ranking of World Universities or Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

University scores vary depending on specific factors. Some rankings only focus on the research quality at a university, while others focus more on teaching quality. Prospective students should not rely exclusively on top university rankings and should consider other relevant factors such as internship opportunities, language of instruction or study location. You might find that the best university for you is not necessarily ranked number 1.

Top Ranked Universities on MastersPortal


Universities
World University Ranking (2017)
Academic Ranking of World Universities (2016)
Koc University
251
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Sabanci University
301
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Bilkent University
351
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Atilim University
401
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Bogazici University
401
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Istanbul Technical University
501
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Hacettepe University
601
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Istanbul University
601
401
Izmir Institute of Technology
601
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METU Middle East Technical University
601
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Ankara University
801
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Erciyes University
801
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Gazi University
801
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Marmara University
801
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University of Anatolia
801
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Yildiz Technical University
801
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