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Gazi University

Gazi University is a public university mainly located in Ankara, Turkey. It was established in 1926 by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk as the Gazi Teacher Training Institute. In 1982, it was reorganized by merging with Bolu Academy of Engineering and Architecture, Ankara Academy of Economics and Business Sciences, Ankara Technical Career College, Ankara Girls College technical careers and the Ankara State Academy of Engineering and Architecture. become a large metropolitan university under the law that created the Council of Higher Education. Prior to 1982, when the Higher Education Council Act came into force, higher education institutes in Turkey were organized under different structures such as universities, academies, institutes and schools. In 1992, the faculties and vocational schools of Bolu became the Abant Izzet Baysal University. The University of Gazi comprises 21 faculties, 4 schools, 11 vocational schools of higher education, 52 research centers and 7 institutes of higher education . The number of students enrolled at Gazi University has reached around 77,000 in total, of which around 1,500 are from the Turkish states of Central Asia. Five thousand students are enrolled in graduate programs. The total size of the teaching faculty exceeds 3,000 people.

Vice-Chancellor :
H.E. Prof.DrMusa YILDIZ

منظمة العالم اﻹسلامي للتربية و العلوم و الثقافة
اتحاد جامعات العالم الإسلامي