Let’s first get know the city where Yıldız Technical University is located:
About the city:
Istanbul, Turkey's largest city and the second largest city in the world in terms of population, is the economic, tourist and social center of Turkey.
Istanbul also ranks second in the world with more than 100 meters of skyscrapers.
European Istanbul is called Thrace while the Asian section is called Anatolia.
It is of great historical importance, as it was called by several names such as Constantinople, Byzantium, Astana, and others, in addition to containing many archaeological and tourist attractions that make it a famous tourist destination and destination, and its tourist attractions include:
Hagia Sophia Mosque
Museum of Islamic and Turkish Art
It also includes a number of airports such as Sabiha Gokcen International Airport and Istanbul New Airport.
Istanbul can be reached by daily trips by public transportation from Ankara and Izmir, it is about 5 hours away from Ankara, and about 5 and a half hours away from Izmir.
About the University:
Yıldız Technical University was established in 1911 in Turkey in the European city of Istanbul, and it is one of the largest universities in Turkey, as it includes two campuses, one of which is located in the Besiktas area, and the other is located in the Esenler Davutpasa area in the European center of Istanbul.
The university occupies an advanced ranking among universities at the local and international levels, as it is one of the strongest Turkish universities that teach engineering disciplines with high quality.
The university aims to join the best research universities in the world by strengthening its capacity in the field of university education and reaching a similar level in higher education as it seeks to increase its competitiveness in academic research.
It accepts a large number of international students annually.
Allows studying in two shifts (morning and evening)
Teaching at the university in Turkish and English.
Relatively low tuition costs compared to other universities.
The university does not provide medical specialties.
The SAT test is required for registration.
YÖS certificate is not accepted.
It has two campuses instead of one.
The university offers several engineering disciplines and is taught in English and Turkish, including:
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
The university provides many master's programs for its students, some of which are taught in Turkish and others in English, including:
Humanities and Social Sciences
International students can pursue a master's degree after fulfilling the requirements.
The university does not accept the YÖS certificate, while the SAT certificate is required.
All secondary school certificates issued by the Ministries of Foreign Education.
International Certificate IB.
Note: The university requires a SAT certificate and does not accept the YÖS certificate.
The university has specializations taught in English, including:
International students can study Turkish at the Tomer centers within the university.
The university has a number of research and application centers, including:
Science and Technology Research Center
Marine Research and Applications Center
Research and Statistics Application Center
Center for Membrane Materials and Technologies Applications and Research
Center for Research and Applications for Vocational Education
Center for Research and Application of Art and Design
Center for Applied Research and Social Innovation
TheCenter for Research and Applications for the Management of Tourist Areas
Turkish and Foreign Language Research and Application Center
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Electricity and Electronics
Faculty of literature and Arts
Faculty of Marine and Marine Architecture
Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Chemistry and Metallurgy
Faculty of Machinery
Faculty of Architecture engineering
Faculty of Art and Design
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Graduate studies for natural and applied sciences
Institute of Social Sciences
Institute of Clean Energy Technologies
The cost of studying at the university ranges from (250 to 500) dollars.
The costs of majors taught in English are higher than the costs of studying in Turkish.
The university accepts registration for all high school certificates, but requires the SAT certificate to apply, and does not accept the YÖS certificate.
It is difficult to gain admission to disciplines taught in English.
A certified and translated copy of the secondary school certificate.
A personal photo with a white background.
A copy of the passport or ID card.
SAT certificate is a condition for registration.
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|Computer And Instructional Technologies Department
|Department Of Educational Sciences
|Department Of Mathematics And Science Education
|Basic Education Department
|Department Of Turkish And Social Sciences Education
|Foreign Languages Department
|Computer Engineering Department
|Biomedical Engineering Department
|Electrical Engineering Department
|Electronics And Communication Engineering Department
|Control And Automation Engineering Department
|Department Of Western Languages And Literature
|Department Of Molecular Biology And Genetics
|Department Of Turkish Language And Literature
|Ship Construction And Ship Machinery Engineering Department
|Ship Machinery Business Engineering Department
|Department Of Economics
|Department Of Political Science And International Relations
|Environmental Engineering Department
|Map Engineering Department
|Civil Engineering Department
|Food Engineering Department
|Chemical Engineering Department
|Department Of Mathematics Engineering
|Department Of Metallurgical And Materials Engineering
|Industrial Engineering Department
|Mechanical Engineering Department
|Mechatronics Engineering Department
|Architecture And City Planning Department
|Cultural Heritage Protection And Repair Department
|Department Of Architecture
|City And Regional Planning Department
|Communication And Design Department
|Department Of Personnel Arts
|Foreign Languages Department