Consulting hours every Tuesday from 3 to 5 p.m
After finished high school in Gemlik, Turkey, I came to Hungary to continue my studies.
I was and have ever since been fascinated by Hungarian culture, and also interested in communication, interpersonal/social relationships, and languages. During my studies and work, I have many different people of various nations and backgrounds and made efforts to understand their personalities and motivation.
As a journalist and reporter, I meet people from all walks of life and hope to continue doing so in the future.
I completed my Ph.D. program Szent Istvan University, Gödöllő. With the help of my studies, I hope to contribute to highlighting some of the most urgent problems our societies face today and contribute to finding their solutions as well.
Communication, Immigration, Refugees, Economics of Education
2015 - 2020 Ph.D.
Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration
Szent Istvan University - Godollo, Hungary
2006 - 2008 M.A. in Communication
ELTE, Budapest, Hungary
2003 - 2006 B.A. in Communication
ELTE, Budapest, Hungary
2020 - Present Researcher - Lecturer
Tomori Pál College, Budapest, Hungary
2020 - Present Manager
Magyar-Turán Közhasznú Alapítvány, Budapest, Hungary
2012 - Present Manager
Hungarian web site of Turkish Radio and Television, Ankara, Turkey
2010 - 2012 Reporter
Anadolu Ajansı News Agency, Ankara, Turkey
Bariscil, A. (2017). Some aspects of the competitiveness of Turkish regions and their tourism industry the example of Ardahan. Journal of Advances in Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(6), 311–323.
Bariscil, A. (2017). An Emergency Academic Support – Syrian Refugee Students in the Turkish Higher Education. Revista Romaneasca Pentru Educatie Multidimensionala. https://doi.org/10.18662/rrem/2017.0901.03
Bariscil, A., Hussein, W. N., & Yavuzaslan, A. (2017). Some Aspects of The Integration of Syrian Refugees in Turkey. Eurasian Journal of Social Sciences, 5(4), 1–6.
József Poór, Yavuzaslan Abdulkerim, Bariscil Ahmet, P. K. (2018). Comparative business ethics–idealism and relativism in light of empirical researches in eight CEE countries, Finland, and Turkey. International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration, 4(5), 23–33.
Yavuzaslan, A., & Bariscil, A. (2016). The impact of career management on job satisfaction in Turkey. Some Studies of Economics Changes, 128–138.
Yavuzaslan, A., & Bariscil, A. (2017a). Being a Young Jobseeker in an Emerging Economy and Circular Economy–A Comparative Analysis of the Turkish and Hungarian Situations. Visegrad Journal on Bioeconomy and Sustainable Development.
Yavuzaslan, A., & Bariscil, A. (2017b). Career in Entrepreneurship: Perceptions of Hungarian and Turkish Students. Romanian Journal for Multidimensional Education/Revista Romaneasca Pentru Educatie Multidimensionala, 9(3), 129–139.
Yavuzaslan, A., Bariscil, A., & Farkas, M. F. (2016). STRESS AND FUTURE CAREER ASPIRATIONS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN TURKEY. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITY STUDIES, 8(1).
2020 - Present Tomori Pál College, Budapest, Hungary
Turkish (native), Hungarian (fluent), English (fluent)