Regional Differences in Satisfaction of International Students in a Non-traditional Destination



Regional differences in satisfaction of international students in non-traditional destination
Oldaç, Yusuf İkbal; Kondakçı, Yaşar; Ertem, Hasan Yücel; Çapa Aydın, Yeşim (2018-09-04)
Regional experiences and lessons learnt in fostering competition in regulated sectors focusing on the link between competition agencies and regulated bodies
Aşçıoğlu Öz, Gamze (null; 2006-12-01)
Regional variation of statistical parameters of the annual precipitation data in Turkey.
Unal, Guneri; Department of Civil Engineering (1975)
Regional peculiarities of community-wide trophic cascades in strongly degraded Black Sea food web
Oguz, Temel; Salihoğlu, Barış; Moncheva, Snejana; Abaza, Valeria (2012-04-01)
The community-wide trophic cascade due to collapsed fish stocks and population outburst of invasive predators after the early 1990s resulted in different pelagic and benthic food web structures in the Black Sea. The northeastern region assumed their most simplified forms characterized by increasing mesozooplankton and polychaete biomass. The ecological degradation is more severe in the northwestern part, whereas the southern basin maintains an anchovy fishery under relatively weak gelatinous predation.
Regional Internationalization in Higher Education between Turkey and The Balkans
Kondakçı, Yaşar; Bulut Şahin, Betül; Yılık, Mehmet Ali; Engin Demir, Cennet (2016-06-01)
Although English-speaking countries are still the main destination of international students, several regional hubs have emerged as new destinations for these students. The current incoming international student population suggests that Turkey is one of these newly emerging regional hubs. In particular, students from the Balkans choose Turkey as a destination for study abroad. The aim of this qualitative study was to investigate factors motivating students from Balkan countries to choose Turkey for study ab...
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Y. Kondakçı and Y. Çapa Aydın, “Regional Differences in Satisfaction of International Students in a Non-traditional Destination,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: