- 設立日付 :2010 year
- Type of University : State
- StudyQA ranking: 9154 pts.
- 選択可能なプログラム: 10 Bachelor 8 Master 5 Doctor of Philosophy
- 学生総数: 1116
- Frgn. Students: 96
- 教授総数: 211
- 教育タイプ: 23 直接教授
- 教授言語: English
The Abdullah Gül University (AGU) is a Third Generation State University embracing multi-disciplinary research and innovative approaches to meet global challenges. All our Programs are offered 100% in English and students are taught in a multicultural environment promoting social awareness and inclusion for all, by renowned professors with international experience. As part of our hands-on training approach AGU students have the opportunity to apply new knowledge within the frame of research projects.
AGU is the first hybrid model between State and Private University in Turkey.
It has been selected by the Turkish government as a pilot model and the outcomes of this new initiative will be shared with the rest of the country’s State Universities. AGU, as a 3rd Generation University emphasizes Education, Research but most importantly “Societal Impact”. AGU’s philosophy was set by the contributions of over 500 stakeholders from all lines of business.
Keywords reflecting AGU’s philosophy: Community needs, Student Comfort and Development, Multi-transdisciplinary Approach, International Development, Hands-on Training in the Field From Practitioners.
A few key facts and figures about AGU:
The first steps towards founding Abdullah Gul University were taken, by the Kayseri City Council and other city notables, in 2007. The aim was to raise the profile of education in Kayseri in line with the city’s own vision of its development.
The University was named for prominent Kayseri citizen and the 11th president of the Turkish Republic, Abdullah Gül, who only accepted this honour on condition that the university would be dedicated to the quest to become a high-quality university that would be distinguished in Turkey and compete with international institutions.
The university was formally founded on 21 July 2010 as Turkey’s first foundation supported State University.
AGU admitted its first students in the 2013 2014 Academic Year. Education has been conducted at the site of Turkey’s first industrial complex, which is being transformed from being a place of great historical significance to be a place of great educational significance.
In the future, the University will also be served by a second campus, known as Mimar Sinan.
As AGU aspires to its aim of being a research and teaching University of international standards, an institution playing a key role in its development will be the AGU Foundation.
Founded on 13 July 2011, the work of the AGU Foundation is dedicated to the overall goal of supporting the university with the following three specific aims:
The Abdullah Gül University applies country-specific eligibility criteria for acceptance into its undegrraduate programs. You can find our full list of accepted certificates and diplomas per country and minimum requirements for each.
But we recommend all candidates to apply with international certificates such as the SAT, ACT, IB, AP, GCE A- or AS-Levels etc. As well as the TOEFL certificate as proof of English proficiency, in order to increase their chances of acceptance.
The following documents are required for applications to AGU's Graduate programs:
* Requested in interviews from the candidates who apply for graduate programs of Architecture.
The Abdullah Gül University benefits from several layers of recognition:
All AGU Undergraduate programs have consistently ranked in the Top 10 for the Turkish State University Rankings. In 2017, AGU ranked 2nd among State universities (and 5th overall) in the National Student Satisfaction Survey.
AGU currently has 16 student clubs, which you will have the opportunity to join as an International Student:
AGU Student Clubs as well as the University Administration organize events and trips such as Skiing outings, trips to Cappadocia and Sultan Sazlığı Reedfield (Bird Sanctuary) or on-campus activities such as tournaments and Karaoke evenings. Every Spring, all Student Clubs also organize AGU Club Fest.
Every Semester, the AGU Department of Health, Culture and Sports (SKS) publishes a new schedule of culture activities for AGU members. You will, for instance, have the opportunity to subscribe to courses such as:
Over the course of the year, various AGU Departments organize cultural activities for AGU members, such as concerts, theatrical representations...
An On-campus fitness center was finalized in Fall 2017. The Center will host sports classes and students will have access to weight and cardio machines.
AGU members also have free access to the Kadir Has Sports Center for the matches of the AGU Spor Female Basketball Team.
AGU members also have the opportunity to subscribe to lessons for activities such as:
Every year the AGU Department of Physical Education and Sports (BESYO) organizes tournaments for all AGU members, in disciplines such as: Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Table Tennis...
On our Sümer campus a nurse is available on site at the AGU HEALTH CENTER until 5pm. A doctor is available in the mornings during weekdays.
Outside of their working hours, our security team is available on campus 24/7 to assist in case of emergencies.
The airport being only ten minutes away from our Sümer Campus, you are ideally placed to go explore other must-see spots in Turkey, such as Istanbul, Izmir, Antaly.
It is the biggest peak of Anatolia with a height of 3.917m.It is composed of Büyük Ercıyes (3917m) and of Küçük Erciyes (2700m). A fully equipped Ski Center awaits you, with ski slopes at an altitude of between 2.100m and 3.340m. Currently there are around 100km of slopes, but the ski center is undergoing a major expansion project (Master Plan, the objective is 200 km of interconnected ski slopes). Daily access and ski rental are incredibly cheap compared to Western European tariffs.
Outside of the ski season, Mount Erciyes is also a popular destination for: Trekking, Climbing, Mountain biking, Paragliding, Horse riding, Picnicking...
Cappadocia is a region and historical site (UNESCO World Heritage Site), situated mainly in Nevşehir province. Its boundaries are unclear, but it is generally considered to be around 15 000 km². All around you can admire the fairy chimneys and beautiful sunsets, as well as the remains of past civilizations, which have left behind underground cities, troglodytes, as well as cave churches and monasteries. The region also has one of the oldest wine industries!
The most famous activity to try out in Cappadocia, apart from trekking of course, is to discover the region while aboard a hot air balloon. Usually they start to rise up very early in the morning so that you can watch the sun rise on the beautiful reliefs of the Cappadocian landscape.
The region is also famous for its horseback riding, bicycle and Jeep and Quad safari tours.
After a long day discovering the many wonders of Cappadocia, why not enjoy a relaxing visit to a traditional hammam (for example in Ugrup, Nevşehir, or Avanos). Baryram Hacı is also particularly known for its thermal baths.