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The contribution of the Near East University of Northern Cyprus, in collaboration with MAGI Group and the European Biotechnology Society EBTNA, to try to solve this problem in a concrete way

The European Biotechnology Society, EBTNA, chaired by Professor Munis Dundar, Director of the Department of Medical Genetics at the University of Erciyes, together with Professor Tommaso Beccari, a Perugian academic with an active role in EBTNA, has become genuinely concerned about the growing problem of students, especially in the medical-scientific and research fields, fleeing to foreign Universities.

As Professor Munis Dundar points out, “Attending University is an opportunity that should be given to everyone, as the right to study is a right of all human beings, while the right to a degree depends on the ability, commitment and qualities of the individual student. For this reason, it is important that students who have not been able to pass, for example, the admission tests to medical school or the specialisation course in genetics, do not give up this path”.

Therefore, between 19 and 22 November, a delegation consisting of members of the EBTNA Society and the Magi Group, led by EBTNA President Professor Munis Dundar, travelled to Northern Cyprus to meet with one of the most important emerging universities, the Near East University.

The purpose of this visit was to involve this institution in actively contributing to the creation of EBTNA’s educational project, which has as its primary objective to increase the quality of study and the professional skills of students and teachers.

“Our mission,” says Professor Dundar, “is to connect the training needs of individuals with the offerings of Training Institutes and Universities, which are able to meet the challenge of an increasingly priority and borderless education.”     

It is an ambitious but vital goal because it allows people to grow professionally, which would benefit society.This is a long and tortuous path, because it is not enough to promote ‘training without borders’, but it is also necessary to ensure that, once the studies have been completed, the qualification acquired is recognised by the various countries, particularly the country of origin.

Also important was the presence of the MAGI Group who, together with the Albert Schweitzer Association, are long-standing supporters of the belief that every student should have the opportunity to pursue their passions and aptitudes without finding obstacles during the academic process.

In sum, complex but certainly achievable goals that can bring countless benefits to the whole community.

It is becoming increasingly difficult, especially in the health field, to complete one’s studies in the country of origin.

About 1.45 million European students studied in a European country that is not their own. That is to say, in 2013, 1.45 million students completed a tertiary education course, a degree but also a specialisation, in a country other than the one in which they finished their secondary education, i.e. high school.

This is a reality that is becoming very widespread in our time. The faculties that have been most affected by this process are those related to the medical-scientific field and research, in particular the Faculty of Microbiology and Virology, the Faculty of Pathology and Clinical Biochemistry, the Faculty of Pharmacology and Clinical Toxicology, and finally the Faculty of Medical Genetics.

Young people who have been forced to take the admission test in faculties such as healthcare several times have had to sharpen their wits. Specifically, seven out of eight aspiring doctors do not manage to enter the faculty.  These are merciless numbers: for 85,000 aspiring “doctors”, the available places are 10,173 for Medicine and about 900 for Dentistry, reports the National University Council (CUN).

According to the latest Migrantes report of 2020, to date about 42,000 students have crossed borders and decided to attend school abroad.

Many foreign countries welcome this wave of graduates, including, not to be underestimated, Northern Cyprus, which with its University, the Near East University is attracting many foreign students.

This University was founded in 1988 in Nicosia, the capital of Northern Cyprus and currently has about 30,000 students.                                                                                                                   

It is a highly competitive institution with state-of-the-art facilities, offering education of a very high standard at an affordable price compared to those in Europe or the Middle East. In fact, according to the Impact Rankings 2021, NEU was placed 30th among global universities in the “Quality Education” category.  NEU was rated first in all fields among universities in Northern Cyprus in the Times Higher Education Rankings, 2022. It was also ranked first among Turkish universities in physics, engineering and computer sciences, and within the top five in other fields. NEU was among the top 250 universities in computer science and engineering, entered the top 500 in education, and was also in the top 600 in the world in other fields. Furthermore, in the World Universities Ranking 2022 report, NEU was placed between the 501-600 range in Physical Sciences and the 601-800 range in Health and Life Sciences out of the world’s universities. Tuition fees are not particularly high and there is a fair degree of uniformity between courses.

In addition, a very important feature is that the university currently allows all international students, who have been accepted into any programme, whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level, to receive a scholarship of 50% of their tuition fees for the duration of their studies. This provision was made to consolidate the university’s position as an international centre of undergraduate education open to exceptional minds from all over the world. 

The annual tuition fee for international students under the general scholarship scheme ranges from €2,800 to €12,500, depending on the programme chosen. Moreover, Near East University provides its students with “all-inclusive packages” which cover tuition fees, accommodation (dormitory for 4 people) and catering for an affordable price of €4,400 per year.  Also not to be overlooked is the health insurance cover the university offers its students.

Apart from the more bureaucratic aspects, the institution is dedicated to educating confident, responsible, rational, innovative, research-oriented and free-thinking individuals. Near East University has a total of 20 faculties comprising 196 departments and programmes, five graduate schools with some 235 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and 32 research institutes. Among them, the university attracts attention with its continuously developing and self-renewing status in the field of health sciences and medicine.

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In particular, the Faculty of Medicine of the Near East University was established in 2008 as the first Faculty of Medicine in North Cyprus. Currently, more than 1700 students from many different countries including Turkey, Venezuela, Jordan, Nigeria, Germany, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Zimbabwe, Libya, Ghana, Pakistan, Israel, Syria etc. are studying in the faculty. The institution currently offers postgraduate programmes for medical school graduates in the field of medical genetics, paediatrics, cardiology, as well as genetic counselling, masters in molecular medicine and doctoral programmes in medical biology and genetics for graduate students with the exceptional opportunities of Near East University Hospital on the site, which was awarded the Golden Trophee for the International Arch of Europe Award 2013 by the “Business Initiative Directions Quality Award Summit” (April 2013, Frankfurt-Germany). The Faculty of Medicine of the NEU with regard to its quality of education, teaching staff, infrastructure, laboratories equipped with the latest technology and modern educational hospital facilities was accepted by the World Health Organization (WHO) Avicenna Group (March 2013, Geneva-Switzerland).

The Northern Cyprus Medical Students Association (MSANC) is a national association representing all medical students in Northern Cyprus, founded in 2017. The union, which became a full member of the International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA) on 12 March 2021, acts as a bridge between medical students on the island and the world at large. There are six working branches: Reproductive Health, Public Health, Internship Exchange, Research Exchange, Medical Education and Human Rights and Peace. The leaders of the national association and the directors of the task forces are volunteer medical students.

Among the faculties of health sciences, the Faculty of Dentistry at NEU, which is another young, dynamic and new generation faculty, provides high quality pre-clinical education on basic medical and dental sciences in the first three years through learning-oriented methods, in order to equip students with adequate knowledge and skills to deal with the most complex dental cases. In the last two years of undergraduate training, students attend services in clinics under the supervision of specialised staff. The Faculty of Dentistry at NEU offers doctoral study opportunities in eight different programmes to graduate students worldwide.

The Northern Cyprus Dentistry Students’ Union (NCDSU) was founded on 27 January 2013 under the leadership of the Near East University, which has the first and only faculty of dentistry on the island. Since its establishment, this association has aimed to provide dental students with a different vision in education and training. Providing a flow of national and worldwide information, increasing students’ professional knowledge and skills with international student exchange programmes, establishing an effective communication network to be updated on professional innovations as early as possible, and providing information exchange between dental students from different cultures and nations are the main factors that support the mission of the association. has been. The association is a full member of the International Association of Dental Students (IADS). NCDSU has held major international events such as the IADS International Student Congress, IADS TNT North Cyprus, numerous symposia and webinars, as well as providing summer exchange programmes.

Another very important thing about this university are the various memberships of international institutions and the numerous papers, around 1,600 publications in five years, in the medical-scientific and physical fields.

The main objective of this reality, as stated by the rector Dr. Suatİ. Günsel, is that: “to educate students who can have their stories written by their nations and countries, it must be the university that allows its students to think as much as a super computer rather than a laptop”.

Near East University is a family institution and the Günsel family line-up has worked to strengthen the future of Northern Cyprus and develop its economy and culture by investing in strategic areas such as education, health, finance, tourism, technology, automotive and museums, with all institutions for 42 years. Moving forward with determined steps towards the future, the Near East University aims to share its social savings and the way it has progressed globally, and to bring the history and experience of the Near East into a global dimension.

Dr.ssa Valentina Medeghini

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