Message from the CEO
As you enter the portals of Tri-Star Education, a vast vista of intellectual enrichment awaits you. Our philosophy is to give students exceptional and personalized service, and best advice to ensure valuable study abroad experience.
Our purpose is to give you access to valuable opportunities that nurture your academic, personal and professional development.
Turkey is now called the power house of Europe. With a booming economy (2nd fastest growing economy in the world) and historic legacy,
Turkey is an ideal studying destination for students from Pakistan, where currently 16,656 international students are studying. Tri-Star Education promises to work with you to make your time in Turkey a fulfilling experience.
I Wish you good luck.
I applied through Tri-Star Education and was fortunate enough to get here. They helped a lot throughout. Im studying Economics here in Turkey and its really good.
Lamia Fahim from ( former student The Lyceum School). Full time student at Sabanci university
I am glad I went to Tri-Star Education and reached my destination. It has been a worthy study experience for me.
Muhammad Murtaza ( former student F.P.S). Full time student at Bahcesehir university
Turkey has changed my academic life. Im enjoying my studies here. The standard of education is no where less than UK. Thank you Tri-Star Education.
Owais Ahmed. Full time student at Istanbul Kultur university
Studying in Turkey has been a very fascinating experience for me so far. Turkish people are very friendly towards Pakistani people. Tri-Star has been very helpful during the entire process .
Nusur Babar ( former student Southshore school). Full time student at Istanbul Bilgi university
" Doing MBA in Istanbul, the new financial hub of the world, is an outstanding experience".
Muhammad Mehtab Azeem. Full time MBA student at Istanbul Aydin university
News & Events
- Ahmad Ismail Scholarship
Turkey in 2nd spot with growth
Turkey grew 8.5 percent in 2011, posting the second biggest growth rate in the world after China, according to official figures. However, the 5.2 percent growth in the fourth quarter hints at a slowdown, economists say
- 4th EDUCATION TURKEY FAIR on TV