It has been argued that culture has a significant impact on learning styles. Turkey is one of the nonWesterncountries according to studies on the classification of countries based on cultural characteristics.Therefore, the primary objective of this study was to compare the learning styles of geographyundergraduates in Turkey with the findings of a previous international study in which the learning styles ofWestern geography undergraduates were assessed. Kolb’s Learning Styles Inventory was used as ameasurement tool in order to facilitate this comparison, and 1275 Turkish geography undergraduatesstudying at eight universities in different geographical regions of Turkey responded to this inventory. Thedata obtained from the study were analyzed to compare the learning styles with those of Western geographyundergraduates. According to the research findings, the assimilating and converging learning styles werefavored between Turkish geography undergraduates, while the assimilating learning style was favoredbetween Western geography undergraduates. Similar to Western counterparts, there are significantdifferences between demographic variables such as age and class of and predominant learning styles ofTurkish geography undergraduates within 10 departments.