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Istanbul Atlas University 2021-2022 Academic Year opening ceremony took place.

Istanbul Atlas University academics, administrative staff and students came together at the 2021-2022 Academic Year Opening Ceremony.

Aiming to be an innovative, internationally recognized and recognized leading university that shapes education, science and research, Atlas University opened the 2021-2022 academic year with a ceremony at the Atlas Vadi Auditorium on October 11.

At the ceremony, which started with the speech of Student Council President Damla Demir, the opening speech was made by Rector Prof. Dr. Mustafa SMALL did it. 'Imagining great futures and making it a skill has always been at the center of science and also learning. Building the future will depend on you, the next generation of Atlas University Students. You are studying to be the leaders of tomorrow in the business world, politics, academia and society. Dr. Mustafa KÜÇÜK, emphasizing that the education was completed perfectly by ensuring a great harmony in the pandemic, also congratulated all academic and administrative staff.

University Board of Trustees Chairman Dr. In the speech of Yusuf ELGÖRMÜŞ, in which he mentioned Atlas University's vision for the future, he put forward three main goals. Dr. While emphasizing that his aim is to create an Atlas culture, ELGÖRMÜŞ stated that he attaches importance to quality, internationalization and language learning. Expressing that he wants his graduates to be raised as individuals who can cross borders, Dr. ELGÖRMÜŞ stated that he found the practical trainings and internship and application trainings to be held at the University Hospital (Medicine HOSPITAL) very valuable.

Kagithane Mayor Mevlüt ÖZTEKİN, Kağıthane District Director of National Education Muhammet ÇAYIR and Bağcılar District National Education Director Mustafa YILMAZ also attended the ceremony, which continued with the presentation of plaques of students who achieved success in the 2020-2021 academic year. At the ceremony, university academics were also given plaques for their success in their scientific articles published within the scope of the academic incentive directive in the 2020-2021 academic year.