Nigerian Turkish International Colleges

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Nigerian Turkish International Colleges (NTIC), is managed by First Surat Group.[1] The academy is located in the Federal Capital Territory, Ogun, Kano, Kaduna, and Yobe States to strengthen the existing relationship between Turkey and Nigeria in the area of education. In fact, the First Surat group, English 10 invests in the fields of education and health. It aims at providing education to offer brighter future for students.[1] This company manages a number of institution in Nigeria such as Galaxy University Preparatory Center, Nile University, Nigerian Tulip International Colleges, NTIC Foundation, and Nizamiye Hospital.

The school background[edit]

The school prepares students to work towards a bright future. The school is made up of over 1000 Academic and None Academic Staff.

The teaching and learning system is supported by social and educational activities in the academic year. This is displayed in competition such as Math competition,Science Fair, Mothers’ Day, End of the Year Programme, and so on.

At the end of each academic year, excursion to Turkey and other countries are organized for students.

To help weak students, supplementary lessons are arranged on Saturdays in major subjects

In its 14th year of establishment NTIC has produced outstanding students that have represented Nigeria in International Science competitions winning gold, silver or bronze medals.

In 2017, the school was attacked by gunmen, who kidnapped five students and three staff members.[2]


In 2010 the Ogun state chapter of the school celebrated her fifth year of establishment with graduation ceremony.[3] In 2013, the school was listed among the most expensive private schools in Nigeria.[4]


  1. ^ "History". Retrieved 2017-01-17. 
  2. ^ siteadmin (2017-01-15). "Manhunt For 8 Students, Staff Abducted At Turkish School In Ogun State". Sahara Reporters. Retrieved 2017-01-16. 
  3. ^ vanguard news. "education is our only business in nigeria says &kemanci". Retrieved 16 October 2015. 
  4. ^ thidaylive. "the killing fees in elementary schools". Retrieved 16 October 2015. 

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