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Mevlana Exchange Program is a program that helps to exchange students and academics between the Turkish universities and foreign higher education institutes in Turkey and other countries. The aim of this study is to determine the views and recommendations of exchange students Adiyaman University, who went to Morocco within the scope of Mevlana Exchange Program. This study has been designed to be a case study which is patterned on a basis of qualitative research. Within the research, the opinions of the participants were gathered with a ‘structured interview form’ which was developed by the researcher through taking expert’s opinion. The research is limited with the pieces of information that were provided by the students who went to Morocco. The vast majority of students who have gone to the country in question have expressed that they were not satisfied with the services, such as health, alimentation, sheltering and security and experienced huge problems.
Keywords: Adiyaman University, higher education, Mevlana Exchange Programme.
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