Aksaray University

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Aksaray University
Motto Thinking local, acting global.
Type Public
Established 2006
Rector Prof. Dr. Yusuf Şahin
Academic staff
760 (2016)
Students 20,400 (2016)
Location Aksaray, Turkey
Website aksaray.edu.tr/

Aksaray University (Turkish: Aksaray Üniversitesi) is a public higher educational institution established on March 17, 2006 in Aksaray, Central Anatolia in Turkey. Formerly it was a subunit of the Niğde University.

The university has seven faculties, two institutes, two colleges and five vocational colleges. Its campus is located on the highway to Adana.

The university is a member of the Caucasus University Association.[1]

Academic units[edit]

Faculties
  • Science and Letters
  • Engineering
  • Education
  • Economics and Business Administration
  • Veterinary
  • Tourism
Institutes
  • Sciences
  • Social Sciences
Colleges
  • Health Sciences
  • Health Services
Vocational colleges (VC)
  • Aksaray Technical Sciences VC
  • Aksaray Social Sciences VC
  • Ş.Koçhisar VC
  • Ortaköy VC
  • Health Services VC

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tüm Uyeler. kunib.com

Coordinates: 38°19′34″N 33°58′34″E / 38.3260°N 33.9761°E / 38.3260; 33.9761