TurkeySee also: Education in Turkey
In Turkey and the Ottoman Empire, the oldest technical university is Istanbul Technical University. Its graduates contributed to a wide variety of activities in scientific research and development. In 1950s, 2 technical universities were opened in Ankara and Trabzon. In recent years, Yildiz University is reorganized as Yildiz Technical University and 2 institutes of technology were founded in Kocaeli and Izmir. In 2010, another technical university named Bursa Technical University was founded in Bursa. Moreover, a sixth technical university is about to be opened in Konya named Konya Technical University.
|Istanbul Technical University (ITU)||Istanbul||1773||21000||Ranked 108th in THES QS University ranking in the field of technology|
|Yıldız Technical University (YTU)||Istanbul||1911||21000|
|Karadeniz Technical University (KTU)||Trabzon||1955||First technical university in Turkey outside Istanbul|
|Middle East Technical University (ODTU)||Ankara||1956||23000|
|Gebze Institute of Technology (GYTE)||Kocaeli||1992|
|İzmir Institute of Technology (IYTE)||Izmir||1992|
|Bursa Technical University (BTU)||Bursa||2010|
Founded in 1773, Istanbul Technical University is one of the oldest technical universities in the world.
Yıldız Technical University, located in Beşiktaş district of Istanbul.
Entrance of mechanical engineering department, Karadeniz Technical University, located in Trabzon
Statue of Tree of Science by the main entrance to Middle East Technical University campus in Ankara.
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“A turkey is more occult and awful than all the angels and archangels. In so far as God has partly revealed to us an angelic world, he has partly told us what an angel means. But God has never told us what a turkey means. And if you go and stare at a live turkey for an hour or two, you will find by the end of it that the enigma has rather increased than diminished.”
—Gilbert Keith Chesterton (18741936)
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At the base of the statue, we go round and round.
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—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
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