Fatih Sultan Mehmet University

Fatih Sultan Mehmet University

Fatih University (Turkish: Fatih Üniversitesi) was a leading private (foundation) university located in the metropolitan Büyükçekmece district of Istanbul, Turkey. Founded in 1996, the university was closed in July 2016 following the failed coup attempt and is now a part of Istanbul University. It was ranked as the fourth best private university in Istanbul in 2015. Fatih University had a relatively high rate of international students (from 102 countries).[citation needed] Tuition fee for international students was the same as the native students.[citation needed] The number of students getting education at the university was around fifteen thousand. English was the medium of instruction in most departments, and students were encouraged to learn an additional foreign language.[citation needed] There were also separate/parallel departments that teach students in Turkish, native language. The university had two clinics and a hospital, a bionano technology lab and a biopetrol research and development center intensively working (besides regular research labs in departments). The university was established in 1996 by the Turkish Association of Health and Medical Treatment. The ninth President Süleyman Demirel was present at the formal inauguration of the University in November 1996.

Faculty of Education,

Faculty of Engineering,

Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences,

Faculty of Arts and Sciences,

Faculty of Law,

Faculty of Theology,

Faculty of Fine Arts Design and Architecture,

School of Medicine,

Conservatory.