SUNY Geneseo: Ankara - Hacettepe University

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Geneseo is proud to offer this exchange program with Hacettepe University, one of Turkey's finest institutions.  Hacettepe University is situated in the suburbs of Ankara, the capital of Turkey.  The program is open to students majoring in Politic... read more

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Turkey is unique, interesting and different from the U.S. in all the right ways. It's not for people who want to speak English all the time and shop, date or drink their way through study abroad. Turkey is the best for people who want a new experience where basic western ideals are acceptable but not standard. - SUNY - College at Geneseo View Entire Review

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Geneseo is proud to offer this exchange program with Hacettepe University, one of Turkey's finest institutions.  Hacettepe University is situated in the suburbs of Ankara, the capital of Turkey.  The program is open to students majoring in Political Science, International Relations, and Economics.  All courses are taught in English, except for Turkish language courses.  Students in these majors take courses with Turkish and European students.  Participants can enroll in courses ranging from Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Economic History, Monetary Economics, International Economics, History of Economic Analysis, Development Economics, and Economic Integration and the European Union; or Diplomatic History, Introduction to International Law, Turkish Political Structure and Politics, Turkish Foreign Policy, International Organizations and from exciting electives such as Environmental Politics, Ethnicity and Nationalism, Management of Natural Resources, US Foreign Policy, Russian Foreign Policy, Middle East Politics, Balkan Politics, Politics of the Caucasus, Perspectives of Globalization, or the Use of Force in International Relations.

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