Farabi is a famous Turkish thinker and scientist who was born in Farab in Turkmenistan and lived between the years of 870-950. He traveled around important science centers of his time such as Bukhara, Bagdad, Damascus, Cairo, Harran and Aleppo. He wrote pieces in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, logic, political science and music. He is compared with Aristoteles, called as Muallim-i Evvel (The First Teacher) in the field of philosophy by the Islamic world, and consequently called as Muallim-i Sani (The Second Teacher). Farabi is known as "Alpharabius" in the Western world that contributed to the development of Farabi's thoughts on science and philosophy. The principles regarding the implementation of the Farabi Exchange Program were determined in details by the Regulation and Basis and Procedures.