- Private Institution Type
Beykent University is a private university having the public legal entity status which was founded by Adem Çelik - Beykent Educational Foundation in 1997 under the Law No. 4282 of 09.07.1997.
Believing that education is the only solution for the unsolved problems of the increasingly growing and developing modern Turkey, our founder Adem Çelik has taken initiatives in the field of education with the ideal of “serving the community”, and created a flawless chain of education from kindergarten to primary and high school followed by Beykent University.
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Beykent University’s International Office plays a key role in our University’s realising its vision to become a global university. It was created to coordinate the University’s international affairs including managing the “study abroad” programmes which enable our students to continue a certain part of their education abroad, creating joint programmes to integrate the University into international education and research, signing bilateral agreements with universities abroad, managing staff mobility which enables academic/training activities in partnership with universities abroad, and creating an international campus by increasing the number of international students receiving education at our University.
Providing the modern, technological and international opportunities required by our University’s educational and research activities, the Office of Library and Learning Resources carries out managerial activities to create a modern information and documentation centre free from time and space which brings the users and information together.
Beykent University’s Information Technology Department provides academic staff and administrative units with software and hardware support, and help them solve their problems about the information system. It also aims to provide an efficient information technology support for our students with the Student Information System created by this department.
Our facilities and services are only available for Beykent University students and staff. Thus, if asked, you are required to show your Beykent ID Card while entering the facilities such as the gym, swimming pool, and fitness centre.
Within walking distance from our Büyükçekmece Campus, World Point Sports Centre is available for students on weekdays from 10:00 to 17:00. You can use the basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts, and the football pitch. You can create your own team to train for and participate in intramural tournaments as well.
You can pursue your hobbies in the student societies/organisations playing a very important role in Beykent University’s lively campus life, or you can co-found new student societies/organisations where you can realise new projects with your friends.
Everything was nice in the beginning but after my hair became longer i found racism from some of my teachers and they made fun of me with other students and one teacher made me fail on purpose, everything turned to be so bad lately in the university
I am pleased with the overall experience. The university was sufficient in preparing students both for the industry and academic life. The balance in this particular context was well preserved in the department of Translation and Interpreting. We had both applied and theoretical courses. The opportunity to study abroad was a plus from my perspective. The only negative...
ım expected more then this, because teachers didnt give so much research homework. in my mind university is encouraging to students but i didnt get it in my university