1. Al-Huda International Schools: It is dependent on teaching scientific topics in English and literary subjects in Arabic, with the ability to educate Turkish.
2. Al-Aqsa International Schools in Istanbul: American Curriculum. It is recognized as one of Istanbul's earliest schools, being founded in 2016/2017. It has advanced certification from the Turkish Ministry of Education and focuses on teaching the American curriculum (Macrohill) with a focus on the Arabic language, the Holy Quran, and Turkish language.
3. Jerusalem schools: The institution offers courses in Arabic, English, and Turkish.
4. Al-Awael International School: It follows a bilingual Lebanese curriculum, with scientific subjects taught in English and humanities taught in Arabic.
• Ibn Khaldun Private University.
• Başakşehir Academy of Arab Sciences:
It is focused on the post-secondary study of Islamic sciences, which is a specialized subject. It has significant relationships with Turkish authorities, the most prominent of which being the Presidency of Religious Affairs. It also has collaborations with the most important universities and foreign academic groups.
TÜRGEV established Ibn Khaldun University (IHU) as a constituent university. It first opened its doors in 2015. It consists of faculties of education, communication, humanities and social sciences, law and political science, as well as institutes of social and educational sciences. Ibn Khaldun University aspires to be recognized as a "research university" in Turkey and throughout the world for the quality of its education and research initiatives.
In addition to its variety due to the diversity of the social fabric of the region's inhabitants, Başakşehir is defined by its huge number of educational institutions that make it a destination for many families involved in ensuring that their children receive a good educational level. Whereas Başakşehir area contains numerous governmental and international educational institutions under Arab or Turkish supervision, ranging from kindergarten and nursery schools spread throughout the region up to secondary schools, in addition to its proximity to the most significant international schools in Istanbul, such as Safir International School in Bağcılar, one of the first English-speaking Turkish international schools in Istanbul to be certified by the California Department of Education.
This school, which was established in 2019, focuses on teaching scientific topics in English and literary subjects in Arabic, with a focus on educating pupils the Turkish language at their own pace. As for the school branch in Kayaşehir neighborhood of Başakşehir, it follows the American curriculum in teaching.
One of the first schools to start in Istanbul in 2016/2017, Al-Aqsa International Schools uses the American curriculum in its Başakşehir department. It is accredited by the Turkish Ministry of Education, has advanced accreditation, and is centered on teaching the American curriculum (McGraw Hill) with an interest in Arabic language, the Noble Qur'an, and Turkish.
A bilingual Lebanese curriculum, with the scientific curriculum taught in English and the humanities taught in Arabic.
The region's openness to educational projects is also reflected in the opening of more international schools, such as Ihsan International Schools, which opened a new branch in one of the buildings formerly known as the Turkish School "Doa Koleji" in the Atakent district near Başakşehir and Bahçeşehir, which is beautifully designed with a white dome that houses a large-sized library and science laboratories. Al Ihsan Schools were founded around three years ago to provide a good example for schools using a trilingual curriculum including English, Arabic, and Turkish, besides the Holy Qur'an and Islamic education instruction.
In addition to its proximity to Bahçeşehir University, which is ranked 37th in Turkey, being founded in 1998, and aspires to be among the finest 500 universities in the world by 2023, as it provides real standards for local and global competition, and it also has numerous branches in countries across the world, such as the United States of America, Germany, Canada, Georgia, China, Italy, and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. There are several private universities in Başakşehir, with the following being the most prominent:
Başakşehir Academy of Arab and Islamic Sciences is a post-secondary and comparable higher education institution dedicated to the study of Islamic sciences in particular. It is an international academic with an autonomous nature, and it has collaborations with the most significant universities and worldwide academic bodies, as well as strong collaborations with Turkish authorities, with the Presidency of Religious Affairs in the forefront.
It is a component university with a public legal identity that is governed by the norms of Higher Education Law No. 2547 on Constituent Higher Education Institutions enacted by the Turkish Youth and Education Services Foundation. Within this university, there are faculties of education, communication, humanities, social sciences, law, and political science, as well as institutes of social and educational sciences.
Ibn Khaldun University aspires to be recognized as a "research university" in Turkey and around the world for the quality of its education and research programs. TÜRGEV established Ibn Khaldun University (IHU) as a constituent university. It first opened its doors in 2015, and classes on the southern campus began in the 2017-2018 academic year. The Ibn Khaldun complex, commonly known as the North Campus, is located near Başakşehir Fatih Terim Stadium and was designed using Ottoman architecture. It is anticipated that 75% of the students would be postgraduates (Masters and PhD).
It consists of the faculties of law, Islamic sciences, humanities, and social sciences, as well as the colleges of education, communication, and management.
Turkish, Arabic, and English are the languages of teaching at IHU. These languages must be learned. Eastern languages such as Chinese and Malay are offered as electives alongside Western languages such as German, Spanish, Russian, and French.
Furthermore, the existence of the largest library in Istanbul, which opened in 2019 and is equipped with contemporary technology for individuals with special needs in a privileged position in the center of Başakşehir Millet Bahçesi (PUBLIC PARK), distinguishes Başakşehir from the rest of Istanbul.
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