Ankara, Turkey’s capital, sits in the country’s central Anatolia region. Ankara University is the oldest in the country. The university is comprised of 15 faculties, 2 vocational schools, 9 colleges and a state conservatory. The university counts over 40,000 students, who are offered a choice of over 40 societies which cater for a wide variety of interests in arts and sports.
Location: Ankara, Turkey
City Population: 4.3 million
University Population: 44,906
Climate: Ankara has a continental climate with cold, snowy winters due to its elevation and inland location, and hot, dry summers.
Nearest airport: Esenboga International Airport
Why choose Ankara University?
- Was the first higher education institution founded in the Turkish Republic
- Ankara University has adopted transparency, justice, equality of opportunity and qualification as principles
- As the capital city and as the second largest city in the country with the population of 4 million, Ankara is an ideal study environment