|Study location||Turkey, istanbul|
|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Tuition fee||₺29,800 per year|
|Application fee||$0 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Foreign students are also admitted to the two year programs and the undergraduate programs of Istanbul Kültür University as indicated in the guidelines of the application and admission for foreign students. Registrations of the students that are placed in the Civil Engineering Department are carried out by Istanbul Kültür University Student Affairs Office according to the calendar set by OSYM.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
or minimum standard TOEFL score of 75, or should receive a minimum score of 80 in the Inter-University Foreign Language Examination (ÜDS or KPDS) or its equivalent in a foreign language test accepted by the Inter-University Board. Students who are not able to pass the English proficiency exam are required to complete one year preparation class in English.
TC İstanbul Kültür University was founded in July 15, 1997 in accordance with the article number 4281 of the legislation. The Department of Civil Engineering began to offer classes during the 1997-1998 academic year with Prof. Dr. Okay Eroskay as the founding dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture. The department of Civil Engineering which began to operate in the main building of the Şirinevler Campus, has moved to its current location in Atakoy Campus in 2004.
The mission of the Department of Civil Engineering at Istanbul Kultur University is to provide students with knowledge and skills needed to perform civil engineering practice with a sense of responsibility that satisfies the needs of the profession and the community. The civil engineering department with its strong academic staff and developing facilities is determined to achieve this mission through program objectives listed below.
An IKU Department of Civil Engineering graduate should:
Possess a broad knowledge of the principles and fundamentals of civil engineering and their application, and hence be able to practice civil engineering professionally, Possess the skills required to achieve success in the multidisciplinary environment of the 21st century, such that they will readily be able to adapt to emerging and evolving technologies, social conditions, professional standards, and career opportunities, Possess an understanding and appreciation of ethical, societal and professional issues in civil engineering, Possess an appreciation for their continuing professional development in the competent environment
Both undergraduate and graduate programs within the department have been organized in line with the above stated objectives. The teaching philosophy of the programs focus on project based learning. The curriculum covers the key components of today’s civil engineering profession.
The ultimate goal is undoubtedly to educate prospective civil engineers who would have an ambition and excitement to build a better world!
Civil engineers can work for public or private companies in the design process or in the construction site; or work as a free-lance consultant or do consultancy for construction companies. They can go for governmental agencies including State Railways, State Highways, State Hydraulic Works, and the Ministry of Public Works.