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 Istanbul Atlas University was established in 2018 and has accepted its first students in the 2020-2021 academic year.

Istanbul Atlas University; It has the ideal of being an institution that respects individual differences, adheres to universal and national values, attaches importance to free thought, does not compromise on merit in line with measurable objective criteria, does not give up academic ethics and scientific depth, and attaches importance to research and development.

Graduate Programs

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation

Faculties

medical School

Faculty of Dentistry

Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences

Vocational School

 

The faculty, vocational school and all other academic and administrative units of our university are located in the Vadi Campus / Kağıthane campus.

You must register within the dates determined by OSYM. Candidates who do not apply or complete their registration within this period will lose their registration rights.

Candidates who are eligible for registration but who cannot graduate from secondary education institutions and will take the resit exam or single course exam will also be registered at our university on the specified dates. If these candidates submit their graduation documents by the announced date, their original registration can be made. Provisional registrations of candidates who cannot document their graduation by this date will be deleted.

Candidates who are eligible for registration (except those who will register via e-government) must apply for registration in person. Registration is not possible without the candidate himself or by mail.

Our university is waiting for the approval of YÖK for admitting students with the 2021 YKS results.

It is possible for the graduates of our university's Vocational School and other universities' vocational school graduates to attend the undergraduate programs associated with their fields with the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS). Since our university will accept its first students in 2020-2021, it will admit its first students in 2022-2023 with the Vertical Transfer Exam.

Double Major (Double Major) conditions from here .

Detailed information about undergraduate transfer from here .

Our university has an English program for three different purposes.

Intensive English Program:

It is an English program applied as 3 hours a week in the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Dentistry programs and 6 hours a week in the programs of the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences during the first 4 years of the education period.

These students will take the online level determination exam in the week following the registration week. According to these results, our students are placed in the most appropriate classes for their level. It is known that the correct determination of the levels is extremely effective for students to learn the target language better.

Preparation Program:

In some programs of our university, the language of instruction is English. For this reason, all students enrolled in programs whose medium of instruction is English will also take a placement test. Students who pass the intermediate level and above in this exam are called for the exemption exam that will be held later. exemption note for the university exam. 70 Truck. also 75 from TOEFL IBT, 6.5 from IELTS Students who receive their education and certify their status are exempt from the preparatory school.

Those who receive exemption continue their education from the 1st year, while other students are placed in classes suitable for their level and receive preparatory education.

* Students with TOEFL and IELTS scores when coming to register your documents DEFINITELY They must be brought with them.

CoHE Compulsory English Program:

It is a program that offers basic level English education as deemed appropriate by the Council of Higher Education. It is given as 2 hours per week in all programs of Vocational School.

Example of English Exemption Exam Content and Information Text

Our English exemption exam covers the following skills and areas.

The questions given here are given as examples.

Question type and times:

There are 80-100 questions in the multiple choice section and the duration is 80-100 minutes. This section has a total of 50 points.

In the writing section, one of the 5 questions given to our students is chosen and they are asked to write an essay of 60-300 words in 350 minutes. The writing section is 25 points.

Speaking: It is applied in the form of face-to-face meeting. It lasts between 5-10 minutes and is 25 points.

A- Listening Section:

 

Listen to a man and a woman talking about giving presentations.

  1. What is Brett's problem?
    A. He has too many presentations at work.
    B. He gets nervous when speaking in public.
    C. He failed his college course.
    D. He has too much to do.
  1. What was the result of Brett's college course?
    A. He quit.
    B. He failed.
    C. He hated being filmed.
    D. He is glad he took it.
  1. Which of the following is not a symptom of Brett's problem?
    A. His hands shake.
    B. His voice sounds strange.
    C. He sweats a lot.
    D. He feels nervous.
  1. Which of the following statements would Brett likely agree with?
    A. With some more practice, he could improve and be less nervous.
    B. With some more practice, he still would be nervous and unable to do it.
    C. He should take another course on public speaking.
    D. People are either naturally good at public speaking or will never learn.
  1. What is the suggestion of Brett's friend?
    A. She will film him speaking and offer advice.
    B. She will teach him about public speaking.
    C. She will come to his 006Eext meeting and support him.
    D. She will introduce him to an excellent teacher.

B- Vocabulary Section:

  1. The new law is _______; some people like it, but others hate it.
    a. stable b. policy c. controversial d. resistant
  1. As you ______ the entrance to the hotel, look at the beautiful sculptures.
    a. greet b. construct c. carve d. approach
  1. The stadium was ______ empty by the time the game ended. There was almost no one at the end of the game.
    a. solely b. virtually c. implicitly d. explicitly
  1. It is difficult to _______ what the weather will be like in spring season.
    a.predict b. design c. project d. support
  1. His theories have ______________ a great deal of interest among other scientists. This amount of interest has been caused by the facts and rules he suggested.
    a.confirmed b. generated c. identified d. distinguished

C - Language in use

  1. Liz moved to Istanbul. __________________ there for a year already.
    a.She's living b. she lives c. She's been living d. she was living
  1. Harry Potter's great! It's really worth ________________ .
    a.seeing b. to see c. you see d. see
  1. I could play the piano better if I ________________ more.
    a. practicing b. can practice c. practiced d. will practice
  1. Jenny lived in London for many years. Later, she _____ to New York.
    a.had moved b. moved c. has moved d. is moving
  1. This fruit needs ________________ before you eat it.
    a. to wash b. being washed c. you wash it d. to be washed

D- Reading:

Culture Shock

 

You have read about Romulus and Remus whose culture shock came when they went back to the world of human beings after being raised by a wolf. Tarzan's culture shock came when he discovered that he was not a "white ape" but a human being. Emily Carr preferred the culture of the First Nations people and the life she led on her explorations to the dresses and polite conversations of her own culture. You now know that First Nations culture did not include school or even business activity, people spent most of their time in nature or around the fire of their home talking, telling stories and making the things they needed to survive.
            Psychologists tell us that there are four basic stages that human beings pass through when they enter and live in a new culture. This process, which helps us to deal with culture shock, is the way our brain and our personality reacts to the strange new things we encounter when we move from one culture to another. If our culture involves bowing when we greet someone, we may feel very uncomfortable in a culture that does not involve bowing. If the language we use when talking to someone in our own culture is influenced by levels of formality based on the other person's age and status, it may be difficult for us to feel comfortable communicating with people in the new culture.
            Culture begins with the "honeymoon stage". This is the period of time when we first arrive in which everything about the new culture is strange and exciting. We may be suffering from "jet lag" but we are thrilled to be in the new environment, seeing new sights, hearing new sounds and language, eating new kinds of food. This honeymoon stage can last for quite a long time because we feel we are involved in some kind of great adventure.
            Unfortunately, the second stage of culture shock can be more difficult. After we have settled down into our new life, working or studying, buying groceries, doing laundry, or living with a home-stay family, we can become very tired and begin to miss our homeland and our family, girlfriend/boyfriend, pets. All the little problems that everybody in life has seem to be much bigger and more disturbing when you face them in a foreign culture. This period of cultural adjustment can be very difficult and lead to the new arrival rejecting or pulling away from the new culture. This "rejection stage" can be quite dangerous because the visitor may develop unhealthy habits (smoking and drinking too much, being too concerned over food or contact with people from the new culture). This can, unfortunately lead to the person getting sick or developing skin infections or rashes which then makes the person feel even more scared and confused and helpless. This stage is considered a crisis in the process of cultural adjustment and many people choose to go back to their homeland or spend all their time with people from their own culture speaking their native language.
            The third stage of culture shock is called the "adjustment stage". This is when you begin to realize that things are not so bad in the host culture. Your sense of humor usually becomes stronger and you realize that you are becoming stronger by learning to take care of yourself in the new place. Things are still difficult, but you are now a survivor!
            The fourth stage can be called "at ease at last". Now you feel quite comfortable in your new surroundings. You can cope with most problems that occur. You may still have problems with the language, but you know you are strong enough to deal with them. If you meet someone from your country who has just arrived, you can be the expert on life in the new culture and help them to deal with their culture shock.
            There is a fifth stage of culture shock which many people don't know about. This is called "reverse culture shock". Surprisingly, this occurs when you go back to your native culture and find that you have changed and that things there have changed while you have been away. Now you feel a little uncomfortable back home. Life is a struggle!

  1. When does culture shock happen?
    a. when you reach your teens
    b. when you move to a big city
    NS. when you meet foreign people for the first time
    D. when you go to live in a foreign culture
  1. How do you feel during the first stage of culture shock?
    a. lonely and depressed
    b. bored and homesick
    NS. happy and excited
    D. angry and frustrated
  1. How do you feel during the second stage?
    a. homesick and afraid
    b. interested and amused
    NS. stressed, but positive
    D. you have no particular feelings
  1. How could the third stage be described?
    a. adjustment b. rejection c. enthusiasm d. anger
  1. How do you feel during the fourth stage of culture shock?
    a. tense, but positive b. relaxed c. negative and stressed d. afraid
  1. Why might reverse culture shock be a problem?
    a. It hardly ever happens.
    b. It is extremely stressful.
    NS. Most people do not expect it.
    D. It only happens to young people.
  1. The four basic stages of culture shock are:
    a. honeymoon, rehearsal, memorization, return
    b. honeymoon, rejection, adjustment, at ease at last
    NS. honeymoon, rejection, reverse, at ease at last
    D. honeymoon, rehearsal, rejection, at ease at last
  1. What is the mysterious fifth stage of culture shock called?
    a. rehearsal culture shock
    b. reverse culture shock
    NS. foreign culture shock
    D. unknown culture shock
  1. Why would people in the second stage of culture shock choose to spend all their time with people from their homeland?;
    a. They are afraid to risk being uncomfortable with strangers and it is easier to stay with people from their own culture.
    b. They are afraid of skin diseases and want to hide from contact with foreigners.
    NS. They feel that they can learn the new language by themselves and need contact with people from the new culture.
    D. They are only interested in going home.

E-Writing:

Directions: ONE of the following … topics and write an essay of a MINIMUM of 300 words. Make sure to follow the structures that are appropriate to each essay type.

1) Write about the house you lived in when you were a child. What did it look like? What memories do you have of this house? What impression did this house leave on you?

2) Write about the multiple factors leading to air pollution.

3) Discuss the differences and similarities between childhood and adulthood.

F - Speaking:

Our student is expected to be able to speak fluently at at least upper intermediate = B2 CEFR.

Exemption Exam Example

Answer key

 

Listening

1 B

A 2

3 C

A 4

A 5

 

Vocabulary

1 C

2 D

3 B

A 4

5 B

 

Language in Use

1 C

A 2

3 C

4 B

5 D

 

Reading

1 D

2 C

A 3

A 4

5 B

6 C

7 B

8 B

A 9

Erasmus, Farabi and Mevlana exchange programs are offered at our university. Our university has established the necessary units, including the Erasmus + program, in its first year.

Information about foreign student application conditions, quota and fee from here .

A- Advance Payment**

The full tuition fee can be paid in advance in three different ways:

1- Via EFT or Money Transfer to the bank accounts listed below “Student Name and Surname” and “T.R. Identity Number” information must be specified in the explanation section.,

ACCOUNT NAMEBANKBRANCH IBAN
İstanbul Atlas ÜniversitesiTC ZIRAAT BANKİKİTELLİTLTR830001002252920487215005
İstanbul Atlas ÜniversitesiHALKBANKSUNNY COMMERCIALTLTR080001200961100010261060
İstanbul Atlas ÜniversitesiAKBAnKŞİŞLİ COMMERCIALTLTR120004600781888000162828
İstanbul Atlas ÜniversitesiT. İŞBANKKocamustafapaşaTLTR390006400000111050903806
İstanbul Atlas ÜniversitesiDENİZBANKSURFACE COMMERCIAL CENTERTLTR680013400001580989700001

2- In the Financial Affairs unit with any credit card,

3- odeme.atlas.edu.tr  by credit card online at ***

B- Payment in Installments by Credit Card (15% Down Payment / 8 Installments)

After the down payment of the tuition fee is paid as stated in item A, the remaining amount can be paid by “credit card” in the following ways:

1- In the Financial Affairs unit with suitable credit cards in the taxi,***

2- odeme.atlas.edu.tr  with credit cards suitable for installment online at. ***

C- Payment in Installments with KMH (15% Down Payment / 8 Installments)

After the down payment of the tuition fee is paid as specified in article A, the remaining amount can be paid in installments using the KMH system as follows:

For the remaining amount after the down payment of the tuition fee is paid, by applying to one of the banks with which our University has an agreement, together with the "Student Registration Form and Installment Agreement" to be obtained from the Financial Affairs unit,

¬ Akbank
¬ T.Is Bank
¬ Denizbank

*Students who transfer to our university can make their payments through the Online Payment Portal on our website, by obtaining information from the financial affairs department beforehand.

**In case the entire tuition fee is paid in advance, a 5% cash discount will be applied over the amount paid.

*** Tuition fee in full odeme.atlas.edu.tr If you want to pay in installments by credit card, the system will apply installments to the entire tuition fee.

**** Bankkart, Paraf, World, Maximum, Axess, Wings, Bonus, CardFinans, Advantage,

Scholarships for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

YKS Quota Scholarship

These are non-refundable discounts that cover all or part of the tuition fee, given to students placed in the quotas with full scholarship (100%) or reduced (50% - 25%) specified in the Higher Education Institutions Examination (YKS) guide. It does not include summer school.

Family Discount

This is an extra discount applied to students who are enrolled in Istanbul Atlas University programs with the 2020 YKS if they qualify for enrollment with their first degree relatives and siblings. This discount is applied at a rate of 5% over the amount payable for each person.

Preference Scholarship

It refers to the discounts to be provided for the candidates who enroll in the undergraduate and associate degree programs of our university by placing them in their first choice.

Unimpeded Life Discount

2020% of the amount to be paid for candidates who are placed in Istanbul Atlas University with the 40 YKS with disability status and have a disability rate of 70% - 15%; For candidates with a disability rate of 70% and above, a 20% discount is applied over the amount payable.

Discounts Applied to Martyr and Disabled Veterans Relatives

Provided that documents and reports issued by official institutions are submitted, special discounts are applied to spouses and children of martyrs who are placed in associate and undergraduate programs of our University with 2020 YKS.

Merit Scholarship

It includes scholarships and various opportunities for candidates who are among the top 100 in the SAY / SÖZ / EA / YD score types as a success ranking and have chosen our University.

Athlete Discount

It is the discount applied to the athletes in the national team. A 20% discount is applied to athletes in the national team of any sport. The license certificate must be up to date.

Academic Success Scholarship

At the end of each academic year, it is the scholarship that will continue for 8 months, being valid from the next academic year, depending on the academic success of the student enrolled in associate and undergraduate programs in that year. Academic merit scholarship does not include preparatory class and summer school. If the student who is in the top three in the faculty / vocational school ranking is also the first in the department / program, he / she will benefit from the higher scholarship.

Annual increases in tuition fees are determined and applied by the Board of Trustees of our University every year based on the inflation rate. These rates are guaranteed by the provisions of the relevant legislation of the Higher Education Council.

Our Career Center, which was established to support the career planning of our students, will provide mentoring support from the first day to setting your goals, following up and finally reaching your goals. It is also possible to access various internship and job postings from our center's pool.

medical School

Anatomy Model Laboratory

Anatomy Dissection Laboratory

Histology-Embryology-Pathology Laboratory

Multi Disciplinary Laboratory

Medical Skill Laboratory

 

Faculty of Health Sciences

Nutrition and Dietetics Laboratory

Speech and Language Therapy Laboratory

Midwifery-Nursing Skills Laboratory

Midwifery-Nursing Education Laboratory

Occupational Therapy Laboratory

 

Faculty of Dentistry

Phantom Laboratory

Preclinical Laboratory

 

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences

Basic Chemistry Laboratory

Basic Physics Laboratory

Computer Design Laboratory

Library with Numbers

10.000+ physical materials 

27.000+ e-journals 

1307 ebook 

21 database subscriptions

1 reference management tool

2 bibliographic citation databases

2 plagiarism analysis programs 

1500 m² usage area 

18 group and individual study rooms

350 person seating capacity 

60 research computers

 

Library Facilities

Each student is a natural member of our library and benefits from all library facilities.

Our library is open 7/24.

It serves 350 users at the same time.

7/24 working areas are available.

Individual and group study rooms can be used by reservation.

Every academic information produced is recorded in the Atlas University corporate academic archive system.

Library resources can be scanned from catalog scanning kiosks

Databases can be accessed from anywhere, anytime, with the online remote access system.

Automatic borrowing-return transactions can be made from loan-return kiosks.

In our library, there is a library terrace where our students can drink their drinks and breathe.

Library security is provided by UHF-RFID systems.

Clubs are collective formations that bring Istanbul Atlas University students together under a specific theme. The purpose of the clubs established under the Health, Culture and Sports Department is to encourage and coordinate the participation of students in social, cultural and sports areas. In order to establish a new club, at the beginning of each semester, at least 10 students must apply to the Health, Culture and Sports Unit with the required forms.

Hamidiye Anadolu Caddesi no: 40, 3440834403 Kâğıthane / İstanbul

Information about public transportation to the campus and shuttle service to the campus from here .

444 34 39 by phone, info@atlas.edu.tr From the e-mail address on our website online messaging through the department or @Atlasunv You can reach us from our social media accounts.