ABOUT ULUDAĞ UNIVERSITY
“he aim of Uludağ University is to bring up contemporary students who identify themselves with the cultural and historical values of the country by being respectable to the national values, have a high personal responsibility, and free thought on the contemporary, secular, and democratic way led by reason and science, and drawn by Atatürk .
Uludağ University, established in 1975 under the name of Bursa University and took its current name in 1982, has been successfully continuing its educational services ever since with its 13 faculties, 2 schools, 15 vocational schools, 1 conservatory, 4 institutes, 21 applied research centers and 5 departments under Rectorate…
The Rectorate, the institutes and most of the faculties are located on central campus in Görükle with an area of 17 million m2 and 20 km away from the city center. Faculty of Theology is on Fethiye Campus, School of Foreign Languages and Vocational School of Social Sciences are on Ali Osman Sönmez campus. Faculty of Law, Gemlik Asım Kocabıyık Vocational School are on Gemlik Sunğipek-Asım Kocabıyık campus in Gemlik; Faculty of Fine Arts is in Mudanya. The schools in Mustafakemalpaşa, Karacabey, İnegöl, İznik, Yenişehir İbrahim Orhan, Orhangazi, Orhaneli, Keles, Harmancık and Büyükorhan have been continuing their education where they are named after the districts they were founded.
In the academic year 2015-2016, a total of 63,273 students are studying at Uludağ University. Of these; 37,159 are undergraduate, 19,548 are associate degree, 49 are conservatory, 391 are residency, 4,860 are master, and 1,266 are doctorate students.
As of November 2015, Uludağ University has a total of 2,423 teaching staff. Of these 2,423 teaching staff, 477 are professors, 317 are associate professors, 246 are assistant professors, 478 are lecturers, 850 are research assistants, and 55 are specialists.”
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