Platin Dergisi’ne Göre; “Silikon Vadisi’nin 26 Türk Dahisinden Biri Mezun Group CEO’su Ali Hantal”
Aylık ekonomi dergisi Platin Ağustos sayısında Silikon Vadisi’ndeki 26 Türk Dahisine yer verdi. “Başarısızlıktan Korkmadan Risk Alıp Dünyaya Meydan Okuyorlar” başlıklı haberde Silikon Vadisi’nde İnovatif projelerle dikkat çeken 26 Türk ve projeleri anlatılıyor. Amerika’da Eğitim almak isteyen öğrencilere yönelik bilgi veren ilk eğitim portalı olan Mezun.com’un kurucusu ve CEO’su Ali Hantal’da bu listede yer alıyor.
Mezun Group CEO’su Ali Hantal’ın Platin Dergisi’ndeki röportajına aşağıdan ulaşabilirsiniz:
EĞİTİM ODAKLI YENİ SERVİSLERLE ÇITAYI YÜKSELTİYOR
MEZUN.COM, AMERİKA’DA EĞİTİM ALMAYA YA DA YAŞAMAYA YÖNELİK BİLGİ VEREN İLK PORTAL OLARAK ÖNE ÇIKIYOR.
MEZUN GROUP CEO’SU ALİ HANTAL, 2014 CİROLARININ YÜZDE 70’İNİ EĞİTİM ODAKLI YENİ SERVİSLERLE EĞİTİMDEN ELDE ETTİKLERİNİ, 2015’TE İSE BU ORANININ YÜZDE 80’NİN ÜZERİNE ÇIKACAĞINI VURGULUYOR
Mezun’s CEO Ali Hantal explained the key points of Education in USA for the Para Magazine
This weeks cover story on PARA Magazine, one of Turkey’s weekly finance and economics magazines, was about international education.
Mezun’s CEO, Ali Hantal, was interviewed about education opportunities in the U.S. and the U.K. He gave insights about hybrid education programs such as 2+2, 1+1+2, and community colleges. Mr. Hantal also provided information about the tests that students should take in preparation for the application process.
Ali C. Hantal says “Graduate Degree without taking exams.”
The 22-28 June 2014 issue of Turkey’s leading weekly economics magazine PARA published story about international prospect students that want to study abroad.
At this point Mezun Group’s CEO Ali C. Hantal shared his opinions about graduate admissions without taking Ales , GRE and GMAT exams to whom wants to study at Australia. During study period at Australia, students could join exchange programs when they want to study at Europe for a temporary time.
2+2 Makes its Way to Turkish Newspaper Hürriyet’s Campus Edition
Leading Turkish newspaper Hürriyet’s special Campus insert featured full-page coverage of the May 3rd 2014 2+2 Seminars, co-organized by Mezun and the Center for Global Advancement of Community Colleges (CGACC), and sponsored by CGACC. You can see the full story (in Turkish) below.