About the Program
The Faculty of Medicine was established to bring a new and different perspective to medical education. The aim is to become a training and health institution with universal standards aiming to do research, educate elected faculty members, and to serve tomorrow's leaders in the field of medicine, which is at the forefront of serving public health. The education period is six years and the language is English. In the first three years, in addition to theoretical and laboratory courses in basic sciences and clinical medicine, there are introductory courses in clinical practice enriched with clinical applications in the basic sciences curriculum. It consists of medical training internships in the fourth and fifth years. In the sixth year, students will take responsibility for patient care and complete their education under the supervision of the teaching practitioners.
The Faculty is equipped with the most advanced technology education and research laboratories with the aim of providing the best and highest quality education. Students will find all kinds of research and study opportunities in molecular medicine, biochemistry, neurological sciences, cell culture, microbiology, and neurophysiology, and homodynamic laboratories. In addition to a comprehensive model laboratory designed for anatomy training, there is an advanced cadaver room. Physiology education will be done with computerized data, recording and experimentation system and each student will be presented with separate microscope and training sets. In addition to this, the system allows each student to participate actively in experiments; biochemical and molecular analyzes, metabolism analyzes, and structural and biochemical analyzes of micro-organisms are included in the substructure of a separate training laboratory.
Students graduating from the Medical Faculty, will have the opportunity to work as general practitioners in public and private health institutions as medical doctors. Graduates can also apply to "PhD" programs in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences of universities and they can become academics.
General practitioners wishing to receive special education can continue their specialist education in any field of education and research hospitals or university hospitals by taking the related exams and at the end of this education they will get the title of a "Specialist Doctor". Medical doctors can work at private or public health institutions in any country in the world and at their own examination clinics.