Yildiz Educational Foundation always strives to provide admission and registration at various school levels, starting from the first grades, ascending to intermediate and higher education stages..
Accordingly, Yildiz Educational Foundation provides many Arab and international schools in Istanbul to meet the needs of Arab families and their children coming to Turkey for stability and work.
Note: For students outside of Turkey:
We offer integrated service packages that include reception services from the airport, housing insurance, obtaining a residence permit, arranging legal procedures and certifications before completing the registration procedures at the school.
Through communication, the age group, the appropriate curriculum and the educational stage are determined in addition to the student's residence address, and accordingly our team suggests the appropriate schools.
The student fills out the initial registration form
Send photos of the required documents
Certificates of previous years "last two years"
Proof of identity for the student "passport"
Personal Photos .
birth certificate .
Our team collects the acceptance and sets an appointment to accompany the student to the school and complete the registration procedures.
Our schools are distributed throughout Istanbul within the main residential neighborhoods.
There are many Arab and foreign curricula to suit all Arab communities in Istanbul.
According to the great diversity of Arab and foreign communities living in Istanbul, and in order to suit students according to their countries of origin, Yildiz provides its dear students with many courses.
The American education system works to develop students ’critical skills through teaching methods based on thinking and innovation at an early age and not on memorization. One of the most important features of the American curriculum in general is flexibility in proposing topics, cultural diversity, and encouraging innovation and creativity. And it depends on the development of the student's mental abilities. The skill aspect is the most important. The American curriculum offers advanced curricula in science and scientific research that develop personality and support self-confidence.
In general, the American curriculum is suitable for the student who collects information through activities and not memorization.
British Curriculum (Edexcel)
The British curriculum is considered one of the most developed curricula in the world, as it consists of 12 academic stages and adopts the method of focused and developed information, and accordingly the number of courses that the student has succeeded in is calculated, which qualifies him to join distinguished universities around the world.
What distinguishes the British system is its adoption of a clear and sophisticated teaching method, with great depth of information, all that provides the student with an academic stage.
The student must reside for a period of no less than 6 months in Turkey
The Libyan education system consists of two levels: basic and secondary education. Basic education includes 9 classes of children between the ages of 6 and 15, while secondary education includes 3 classes of adolescents between the ages of 16 and 18.
Curriculum: At the basic level for a period of nine years, students study Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Arabic Language, Islamic Education, History, Geography, Arts, Music and PE. At the high school level, students can choose a literary or scientific program of study.
Language of instruction: Arabic is the language of instruction. In addition to the Libyan curriculum, English as a second language and Turkish are also provided.
The Lebanese bilingual curriculum provides an opportunity for Arab students wishing to combine studies in Arabic and English.
Books of mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry subjects in the English language and their teaching is generally in the English language .. With an explanation in Arabic .. taking into account the students ’levels in both languages ..Stages of general education in the Lebanese curriculum
1- Elementary stage
It consists of six grades from the first to the sixth and the child is registered at the age of 6. The grades from the first grade of primary to the fourth primary are not more than 10. The fourth grade is transitional In the fifth grade, the exams are written in all subjects, and there are monthly examinations for all subjects, and the score on one subject is 100, where the total is 800.
The sixth grade does not differ from the fifth except that the end-of-year examinations (ministerial) are standardized in all countries, and the student must achieve an average of “good” in order to be able to enter the next stage.
-Intermediate stage It is after the primary stage and consists of 3 grades. The third intermediate final exams, ministerial, and for all Iraqi schools.
-middle School It consists of 3 rows: fourth, fifth and sixth. After the intermediate stage ends, the student chooses the scientific or literary study
Curriculum phases :
Basic / compulsory education stage Student entry and registration for the first basic grade starts from the age of 5 years, as this phase continues for ten years, that is, until the end of the tenth grade (the compulsory stage). In it students are taught all basic subjects such as: Arabic language, mathematics, English, science and sociology, and children in the first grades of this stage are taught some public morals and the strength of the child's personality.
High school For academic secondary education: it lasts for two years in its two branches of science and humanities (literary), where students are divided according to their desires into different fields that determine them later on the majors that can be studied in universities.
Among the most important and prominent reasons, causes and features that push the student to study the Sudanese curriculum and obtain the Sudanese high school diploma are :
1- Ease of studying the Sudanese curriculum, as all the lessons are available and explained on the Internet, in addition to the existence of a copy of the books, not to mention the high success rates .
2- Obtaining the certificate early, as the certificate is delivered in the seventh month, the exam is in the fourth month, and this means receiving the certificate before universities start registering students .
3- The cost of studying this curriculum is relatively low and this cost is available to different students of all financial circumstances .
4- The curriculum does not require school hours or attendance, and this is good if the student is committed to work or if the student is the housewife .
5- The Sudanese certificate is a recognized certificate, and the student can enter any university he wishes.
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