Beykent University is a private university having the public legal entity status which was founded by Adem Çelik – Beykent Educational Foundation in 1997 under the Law No. 4282 of 09.07.1997.
Believing that education is the only solution for the unsolved problems of the increasingly growing and developing modern Turkey, our founder Adem Çelik has taken initiatives in the field of education with the ideal of “serving the community”, and created a flawless chain of education from kindergarten to primary and high school followed by Beykent University.
Our university, which began its educational journey on Büyükçekmece Campus in the Academic year 1997 – 1998, offers education on four highly equipped campuses located in central districts of İstanbul.
Growing and developing more and more each year with its new students and alumni for the last 22 years, our university is a social and living university offering education with an innovative perspective.
In the journey we have embarked upon with the aim of educating people who will best represent our country and be the most in-demand professionals not only in Turkey but also around the world, we are continuing to offer education of the 21st century standards and grow with our alumni.
Programs Advance Payment Option Installment Payment Option
Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Department of Psychology) (Paid) 39.190 ₺ 41.250 ₺
Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Department of Psychology) (% 75 Discounted) 9.797 ₺ 10.313 ₺
Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Department of Psychology) (% 50 Discounted) 19.595 ₺ 20.625 ₺
Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Department of Psychology) (% 25 Discount) 29.391 ₺ 30.938 ₺
Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Paid in Other Departments) 33.180 ₺ 34.925 ₺
Faculty of Fine Arts
Faculty of Law (Regular Employee) 44.415 ₺ 46.750 ₺
Faculty of Law (% 25 Discounted) 33.310 ₺ 35.063 ₺
Faculty of Law (% 50 Discounted)
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences 33.180 ₺ 34.925 ₺
Faculty of Engineering and Architecture 33.180 ₺ 34.925 ₺
Faculty of Communication
School of Health Sciences
School of Foreign Languages
Faculty of Dentistry 86,215 ₺ 90,750 ₺
Faculty of Medicine 86,215 ₺ 90,750 ₺
Faculty of Dentistry – Faculty of Medicine (25% off) 64,660 ₺ 68,063 ₺
Faculty of Dentistry – Faculty of Medicine (50% off) 43,106 ₺ 45,375 ₺
% 25 Discounted Departments (Except Faculty of Law and Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology) 24.885 ₺ 26.194 ₺
50% Discounted Parts (Faculty of Law and Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology) 16,590 90 17,463 ₺
75% Discounted Departments (Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology) 8,295 ₺ 8,731
A formal education is an invaluable asset for any individual. Consequently, many students choose to pursue a degree at a university. These institutions provide the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of various subjects. Students who succeed in university become professionals— they help the country by creating new businesses and contributing to society. Sadly, not everyone finds university easy. Many find the lessons difficult, and drop out before completing their courses. To those who complete their degrees, university is the best choice they have ever made.
In Turkey, there are three different levels of education that people can pursue. The first level is denominasyenler (literally “denomination students’). It’s a general education program that teaches students the Turkish language, math, history and geography. Higher education programs are called yüksek okullar (literally “higher education”). These programs prepare students for research positions at universities or other higher education institutions. The third level of education is Ulusal Eğitim Bakanlığı (literally “National Education General Directorate”). This program is reserved for Turkish president candidates, high-ranking politicians and military officers. On average, 80% of university graduates pursue higher education, while 20% pursue employment.
Many people drop out of university due to the rigorous coursework. For higher education, there are four stages: 1) introduction to the subject; 2) acquiring the subject’s theoretical knowledge; 3) acquiring the subject’s practical knowledge; and 4) justifying and defending one’s thoughts in a scholarly paper or thesis. These terms can be challenging to understand unless you have actually attempted to complete a course at a university level. As a result, many students find it too difficult to properly follow lectures and complete assignments. This puts them at a disadvantage when it comes time to complete their courses. In addition, most universities don’t have tutors or extra resources for struggling students. As a result, most struggling students drop out before reaching the first stage of the coursework.
Beykent University has a different approach towards helping its students succeed. They recognize that some students lack proper mental preparation for university study. Instead of ignoring these problems, Beykent University gives their students emotional support during their studies. Their primary mode of teaching revolves around discussion forums and guest speakers from various industries. This reveals any student problems before they even register for classes— helping them better understand subjects they struggle with before they even start attending class. This approach drastically reduces the stress associated with learning at a high academic level.
A quote from Hüseyin Şakir Erşahinli illustrates just how positive this attitude is towards learning: “Life is short but knowledge is long… It makes no difference how much sorrow you experience; it makes no difference how much opposition you face… One day you will stand before your Creator as you are now… If you have knowledge when you die you will be rewarded by Allah and enter paradise… If you do not have knowledge when you die you will be punished by Allah and enter hell… Death cannot suppress your thirst for knowledge!”