To be an innovative, excellence-creating, excellence global university that educates individuals who can shape the future with its distinguished teaching staff through sustainable education programs.
To be a world university that provides effective education by bringing science to technology and transforming it into practice and serving the society,
To educate fully-equipped graduates who are highly competitive in their working life and can meet individual-professional and ethical standards at the highest level,
To be a pioneer research and development university which integrates its experience in industry and service sector with education, continuously evaluates its quality at international standards,
To be a higher education institution that contributes to the University-Society-Industry cooperation at the highest level in the fields of Science, Technology, Art, Culture, Service and Sports, and encourages the society and individuals for lifelong learning,
To become a center of attraction for international students and academics with national and international collaborations and projects.
Tuition fees for 2019-2020 students
Faculty / School / Vocational School VAT Excluded VAT Excluded 75% Discounted VAT Excluded VAT 50% Discounted Excluded VAT 25% Discounted Excluded VAT Excluded Fee% 30
Faculty of Law 45,000 33,750 31,500
Faculty of Engineering 40.400 10.100 20.200 30.300 28.280
Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences 40.400 10.100 20.200 30.300 28.280
Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture 40.400 10.100 20.200 30.300 28.280
Faculty of Health Sciences 40.400 10.100 20.200 30.300 28.280
Faculty of Sport Sciences 39.900 19.950
School of Foreign Languages (Translation and Interpreting) 40.400 10.100 20.200 30.300 28.280
School of Foreign Languages 32,800 8,200 16,400 24,600 22,960
Vocational School 25,000 6,250 12,500 18,750 17,500
Gedik University is a university in Istanbul, Turkey. It was established by the Ottoman government in 1878 as the Imperial College of theology; it was later renamed the college of theology. Its name was changed to Gedik Hall College in 1908. The college was later renamed Gedik University in 1965 by decree of Turkish President Ataturk.
Gedik University is one of the oldest public universities in Turkey. It is also one of the largest public universities in Turkey in terms of enrollment. It has ten faculties and offers different subjects at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. Students from all over Turkey apply to study at Gedik University and receive financial aid from the government when they do so. Students from rural parts of Turkey have more success at getting into and graduating from Gedik University than students from urban areas.
Students who want to study at Gedik University must apply through their regional Kadro system. They must then take an entrance exam before being admitted to the university. There are around thirty thousand seats available at Gedik University each year, which is less than half of the total number of seats available at all Turkish universities. Over 95% of college graduates choose to further their education and attend university; many choose to study at Gedik University because they are affordable and provide good education.
Gedik University is located on the Asian side of Istanbul between Sisli neighborhood and Levent neighbourhood on the European side. The university is a large complex with many faculty buildings and departments spread across various campuses in the city. All of its campuses are very modern with green spaces and parks for studying or relaxing after classes end for the day. In addition, there are plenty of cafeterias where students can eat a hot meal during their studies; this is a very nice benefit that most universities don’t have these days.
Gedik University is an excellent university with modern facilities and generous financial aid for poor students from rural areas of Turkey. Students from all over Turkey apply to study here and succeed at getting into and graduating from this prestigious university.