Istanbul University History
Istanbul University is a public university located in Istanbul. It was established in the year 1453 was regarded as the precursor to the House of Multiple Science and then it evolved into Istanbul University in 1933.
Istanbul University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Istanbul University, offers 17 associate degree programs, 299 master’s degree programs, and 189 Ph.D. programs. The University includes 15 Faculty, 12 Institutes, 2 Colleges, 2 Vocational School and 2 Department. The University has more than 4,184 administrative staff including 86,092 undergraduate students and 12,000 postgraduate students.
Istanbul University Campuses
Istanbul University has 8 campuses. The main campus Avcilar is on Beyazit Square. The second campus is in Kadikoy. The third campus in Laleli. The fourth campus is Vezneciler. The fifth campus is Beyazit. The sixth campus is Horhor. The seventh campus Suleymaniye. The eight campus is Capa. The University has a library which contains 1.5 million periodicals copies for the students.
Istanbul University Achievements
Istanbul University received Nobel Prize in Literature (Orhan Pamuk, Faculty of Communication). Prof. Dr. Aziz Sancar (Graduated from Istanbul Medical University) received Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Professor Dr. Gülbeyaz Can receive her award at the opening ceremony of the 43rd Oncology Nursing Congress, which was held in Washington, in the year 2018
Istanbul University USP
Istanbul University ranked 801 in World University Ranking and in Leiden, it ranked 334. The University also ranked 663 in U.S News and World Report for Best Colleges Ranking. It also ranked 801 in Times Higher Education and 401 in Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Istanbul University has always been emphasis to its motto of “Leadership in Higher, Education for Centuries”.
Istanbul University Notable Alumni
Hrant Dink (Turkish editor), Yldrm Akbulut (Turkish Politician), Arif Mardin (American-Turkish musical artist), EnginArk (Turkish physicist)
Istanbul University Application Requirements
Istanbul University Deadlines
Bachelors: August 1
Masters: There are typically two application deadlines for graduate programmes:
Fall semester: May 30 and spring semester December 30
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.