Why waste time and money? At One Worldist, learn Turkish as fast as you can with our experienced, qualified teachers. What’s more, we have the most competitive rates in Istanbul.
At One Worldist's Beşiktaş office (or online), we have several course options to suit your needs.
4-week Turkish Course: 16 hours (for special groups) :
2 days a week, 2 hours per day, total of 16 hours per month.
Classes consist of 5-8 students.
Class times are as follows:
Evening Class: Monday-Wednesday OR Tuesday-Thursday 7pm-9pm
Daytime class : Monday-Wednesday OR Tuesday-Thursday 10am-12pm
Weekend class: Saturday 10am-2pm
Private Lessons ( 125 TL per hour with an experienced teacher.)
- 12-hour program = 1,500 TL
-For students who do not want to or are unable to attend a class, we offer private (one-to-one) lessons at times that suit you.
- Do you know some Turkish but not sure how to judge your level? Feel free to stop by our Beşiktaş office for a free consultation and Turkish language placement test.
-Would you like to meet your teacher before starting the course? Stop by our office in central Beşiktaş and we’ll introduce you.
B1-B2 (pre-intermediate 1 and pre-intermediate 2)
C1-C2 (intermediate 1, intermediate 2)
D1-D2 (upper-intermediate 1, upper-intermediate 2)
E1-E2 (advanced 1, advanced 2)
Who we are and what we do:
We at One Worldist have been in the language teaching business for a long time now. We knew what we wanted when we were students, and that experience makes us sensitive to your needs as a Turkish language learner.
Everyone has the same goal: to be able to read, understand and speak Turkish. To this end, we focus our energies on the aspects of Turkish that give our students the confidence to use vocabulary and sentence structure that they have learned in class. Our goal is to help students become functional in Turkish in their first month of lessons. After the first month, we aim for conversational fluency in basic conversation and for reading comprehension so that students can enjoy activities such as reading newspapers. In the intermediate courses, the focus is vocabulary, pronunciation, and high level grammar that help students construct complex sentences. In the upper-intermediate course, students finish up their advanced level grammar and focus on vocabulary, idioms, idiomatic speech, and reading comprehension. In the advanced courses, speaking and fluency is the main focus.