About the university:
It is one of the most famous Turkish private universities. The university’s campuses are distributed on the Asian and European sides of the city of Istanbul and are accredited in all European Union countries and in many Arab countries, namely, Libya, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Yemen, and Morocco.
The university has 6 campuses:
Fatih Campus is a historical building dating back to 1914. The building contains a memorial to Turkish pilots who were martyred in Palestine. It is located in the Fatih area in the center of Istanbul. It includes the College of Islamic Sciences.
The campus is located in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul. It includes the Faculty of Architecture and Design, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Law, and the Vocational School.
Topkapi Campus, a historical building located in the Zeytinburnu area in Istanbul, for studying the specializations of Islamic sciences and the Arabic language.
Çamlıca Campus, located on Çamlıca Hill on the Asian side of Istanbul, which is characterized by its calm and distance from the noise of the city. The building is dedicated to teaching foreign languages in the language preparatory year.
The building includes the Faculty of Fine Arts. Many events and workshops related to crafts and handicrafts are held inside the building under the supervision of the Uskudar Municipality. The building is located in the Uskudar area, located on the Asian side of Istanbul.
The campus is located in the Atik Valide complex in the Uskudar area on the Asian side of Istanbul. It was built by architect Mimar Sinan in 1970. The building includes the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, and the Vocational School of Fine Arts.
– college of Literature
– Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences
– Faculty of Education
– collage of rights
– College of Islamic Sciences
– College of Fine Arts
– College of Architecture and Design
– College of Engineering