Istanbul Bilgi University

Istanbul Bilgi University took its place within the Turkish system of higher education as a civil corporation after the application made by the Bilgi Education and Culture Foundation on 7 June 1996 and the subsequent approval by the Turkish Grand National Assembly.

It around 13,500 students, more than 800 academic staff members, six faculties and around 100 programs that provide education to its associate, undergraduate and graduate students.

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