TURKISH LANGUAGE COURSES FOR SYRIAN YOUTH AND CHILDREN


International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation has launched its Turkish Language Courses for Syrian Youth and Children Project, supported by Theirworld. For about 8 months, 1200 beneficiaries, 100 of whom are children between 5-6 years old have been reached. The very first seminer on foreign students unversity exam (YÖS ) ) was organized on the 4th of November in İAÜ Florya campus for the participants of the courses under the academic guidance of İstanbul Aydın Üniversity Turkish Language Teaching Center’s  ( TÖMER). Beneficiaries showed great interest to the seminer and consultants from Turkey Study Center made a presentation on YÖS and answered questions from students in the hall.  



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