Marmara Education Institute in Bodrum has a kindergarten, primary school and a high school. Each classroom has 20 students maximum.
The school's facilities are up-to-date and in fact, are more comprehensive than most schools you'd find anywhere around. Marmara Institute boasts an Olympic-sized swimming pool, science laboratories, art, music and multi-media rooms, IT centres, video and computer rooms, a library with internet access, basketball, badminton, volleyball and indoor and outdoor tennis courts, football pitches, an ice rink, small golf course, fitness room, dance room, amphitheatre and even a zoo.
The school also has specialist science school, a radio and journalism technical college.
Applications are accepted from June 15. Parents must bring two passport photos of their children and a photocopy of the children's identity cards.
Bodrum Marmara Kindergarten aims to prepare three-to-six-year-olds for the future, developing self reliance and creativity. Each classroom holds 15 students, and classes are taught in both English and Turkish. School runs from 8.30am to 4pm and classes include physical education, art, music, folklore, chess, drama, computer and dance classes. All are taught by qualified teachers. Hands-on learning is encouraged and tests and activities aim to develop conceptual learning.
srooms of 15 students.
Bodrum Marmara Primary school caters to students from grade one to grade five. Each classroom holds 15 students maximum. Fully qualified teachers teach physical education, art, music, chess, drama, computer and ballet classes. In grades three to five, science and mathematics lessons are taught by specialist teachers, and there are specialised English language and science laboratories. Children are encouraged to participate in sports, and to express themselves through debate, poetry, essays and dialogue.
Grades six through to eight mean foreign language classes, more research and analysis, technology studies, interviews, debates and conferences, and writing competitions. A number of club activities are introduced at this level, such as sports, musical instruments and chess.
Marmara High School runs for five years and aims to prepare students for university entrance exams and further studies with core subjects of languages, social science, science, maths and English. Courses are provided in English except for the application courses (physics, chemistry and biology application), which are taught in Turkish. There is a maximum of 20 students in each class.
Students are also encouraged to participate in cultural, sports and social activities.
To register, students must bring their entrance exam results to the school.
Radio TV Journalism Technical College
This four-year vocational course includes hands-on work in radio studios, newspapers and television studios. Students are taught photography, news writing and technology.
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Telelphone: 0 252 358 61 13- 358
Fax: 0 252 358 61 15
Address: Turgut Reis Street, Kemer Location 48400 Ortakent Bodrum