Trajaya University carries out promotional activities in the Balkan countries Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Refat Gurgendili, Director of the Trakja University External Relations Research and Application Center, conveyed the promotional activities carried out in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the AA correspondent.
Gürgendereli stated that they started their promotional activities in Novi Pazar, Serbia, and said that there are approximately 4,500 foreign students at the university and 80 percent of them are from the Balkan countries.
Gürgendereli stated that they would like to increase the number of students coming from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, that they made promotions in 4 secondary schools in Belgrade in this context.
Gürgendereli said: “We visited five high schools in Novi Pazar, made our presentations, introduced Trakya University, received a lot of interest. We prepared our Serbian and Bosnian handbooks. We know the value of the Balkans, we did our promotions in Sarajevo under the Knowledge Foundation Turkish (TMV).He said.
Stating that they will go to high schools in the Iliza and Dobrenja districts of Sarajevo to promote the university, Gurgendelli said that they will be in Mostar tomorrow.
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