Practical Information for International Students

Important phone numbers

 

If you have serious illness or you cannot get to a doctor yourself and when urgent assistance

is required to prevent a dangerous deterioration of health or threat to life, call free of charge

(Landline or mobile telephone) 112.

In case of fire call free of charge 110.

When you need Police call 155 or Turkish Gendermarie 156 (in rural areas).

 

Banking

If you decide to open a bank account in Turkey or if you need banking services you can

benefit from national and international banks in the city such as Halkbank, İş Bankası, Ziraat Bankası,Vakıfbank, Garantibank, and Akbank.

 

At the campus of Kilis 7 Aralık University, you will find 4 ATMs of different national and international banks.

Bank working hours are generally from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. All banks have ATMs (cash dispensers) and foreign exchange desks where you can exchange your money.

 

Mobile services

In Turkey are main three mobile telephone networks. If you wish to have more information, please click their website below

 

Avea http://www.avea.com.tr/

Turkcell http://www.turkcell.com.tr

Vodafone http://www.vodafone.com.tr/

 

SOME IDEAS WHAT TO / WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • All papers related to your exchange program
  • Passport
  • Visa
  • Insurance documents
  • Pocket money
  • Medicine
  • Alarm Clock
  • Driving License (if you have one)
  • Camera
  • Some snacks and drinks typical for your country
  • A good sense of humour!...:)
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