Istanbul is Turkey's most populous city, and its cultural and financial center. Located on both sides of the Bosphorus, the narrow strait between the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea, Istanbul bridges Asia and Europe both physically and culturally. Istanbul's population is estimated to be between 14 and 18 million people, making it also one of the largest in Europe and the world.
Istanbul is located between two continents and city is divided by Bosphorus Strait which lets air streams from Balkans, Siberia and Marmara. Maybe that's why locals say; you can never trust Istanbul weather. Although dates differ from year to year, you can enjoy four seasons in Istanbul.
Fall lasts until the end of October, sometimes even mid-November. Temperatures are most of the time back to human levels, but be prepared for surprises! Winters are cold, with average day temperatures between 8 C and 12 C. Snow showers are rare, but it rains frequently. Spring generally starts somewhere mid-April. The weather becomes warm during the day and pleasantly cool at night, while rain showers are getting rare. You can expect average high temperatures between 18 C and 27 C. Summer, from mid-July to mid-September, is hot and often humid. Average daily highs are around 28 C , with especially in August peaks over 30 C .Turkish State Meteorological Service - https://mgm.gov.tr/eng/forecast-cities.aspx?m=ISTANBUL
Yeditepe University aims to educate students who are inquisitive, innovative, well-equipped with technological skills, well-acquainted with world culture, have a solid identity, and are equippedwith all the qualifications required by the business world. With its up-to-date academic programs and training, Yeditepe University offers an education in line with the expectations of the information age. The most important feature that distinguishes Yeditepe University from other universities and helps to attract a large number of students is that it provides academic quality and campus facilities at world standards. Yeditepe University is the first foundation university in Turkey which has been accredited by the Institutional Accreditation Program of the Association of European Universities (EUA).
Our native language is Turkish and generally doctors also speak same language. But in our hospital your responsible doctor or his assistant will speak English with you.
List of Hospitals:
-Yeditepe University Hospital
-Yeditepe University Eye Center
-Yeditepe University Hospital (Bagdat Street)
- Yeditepe University Teaching and Research Hospital
Photos of our university and hospital: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1l6dziTpS7llkjQOuLFRI44vhTHnM2TQo
In University: Pathology Lab , Histology Lab ,Physiology Lab ,Anatomy Lab ,Medical Biology Lab ,Anatomical Drawing Lab, Microbiology Lab, Immunology Lab
Clinical Project with lab work
Understanding the Molecular Mechanisms of How Obesity Effets Mammary Tumor Growth Using Transgenic Mice Models
1 times per day, at Student hostel, at the cost of Hosting association.
Yeditepe University Student Hostel(Dormitory)( Generally double room with their own toilets and bathroom) inside the Yeditepe University campus.
Campus is 20 minutes away from Hospital by bus.
Yeditepe University adress: Kayisdagi Street, 26 Agustos Yerlesimi, Atasehir, Istanbul/ Turkey
We have two airports in Istanbul; Atatürk Airpot and Sabiha Gökçen Airport. You can also use special buses called 'havatas' they will cost you about 8-15 liras to go central places(Taksim for Ataturk/Kadikoy for Sabiha Gokcen) from airports here : http://www.havatas.com/
You can also use metro line of european side, you can find more information from this link : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IstanbulMetro
Travelling in Istanbul
Firstly, you need tobuy istanbul card from airport and charge it with some money you can use it in busses,metrobusses, metros, trams and most of the ferries. You can prefer the monthly istanbul card which is 170 turkish lira for 180 passing limit.
Here is the metro, metrobus and tram map :
Grand Bazaar: Number one stop for a tourist in Istanbul! Grand Bazaar, so big as the name gives it off, has everything inside that a tourist might weant to buy. There are all kinds of souvenirs, carpets, scarves, shoes, bags, and jewelries. The architecture is also one of a kind and those big doors welcome you to a journey full of wonders.
Sultanahmet Mosque: Sultanahmet Mosque gives its name to the region Sultanahmet. It is located on the heart of touristic places in Istanbul. Inside is a classic Ottomaon mosque style, and outside is a garden, leading out to Hagia Sophia. Not to mention that it is a walking distance to Topkapi Palace and Basilica Cistern.
Hippodrome of Constantinople : It was actually called circus of Constantinople. It was the social and cultural centre of Istanbul. It’s actually called Sultanahmet square now. There are 2 obelisks and one column. One of the obelisk has survived nearly 3500 years.
Hagia Sophia: Istanbul does not only bring Western and European cultures together, but also brings all kinds of religions together. A great example of this is Hagia Sophia. Hagia Sophia was a church back in Byzantion times. After Istanbul was conquered, it was turned into a Mosque. What is very amazing about Hagia Sophia is thatis, even though it hawas minares and is called as a mosque, it still has Christian frescos inside it and sustains the architecture of both a church and a mosque.
Carpet museum: Shows the motivs used in the Turkish traditional carpet weaving. The museum is actually found in the soup kitchen inside Hagia Sophia.There are floor to ceiling length carpets.
The Basilica Cistern: Th Basilica Cistern is an underground water sustainer cistern. It is so old that it was used in Byzantion Empire to for filtrateing water for palaces in 4th century. Nowadays, with an amazing lightning and mystical fishes swimming inside, the Basilica Cistern is a place to visit for tourists.
Topkapi Palace: Showing every detail of a classic Ottoman Empire architecture, this palace is a must see. There are swords, guns, jewelries of that time, as well as gardens and rooms which the emperors stayed in. Harem has a different ticket but is still located inside of the palace.
Dolmabahce Palace: It is the very last palace to host of the Ottoman Emperor and his familyire. Despite the Topkapi Palace, it was a bit modern sense but still very tasteful to see. It is located on the seaside of Besiktas region. It could be reached by Kabatas tramvay stop.
Maiden Tower: Legend says, once upon a time, a king had a dear daughter. A fortuneteller told the king that his daughter was cursed and would be poisoned and dead, so the king decided to move his daughter away. He made this tower in the middle of the sea so no one could sneak in there; however, a snake managed to get in the boat which was carrying food to the tower. After sneaking in to the tower, the snake bit the princess to death. We won't know if the legend is true or not, but we for sure now that Maiden Tower is a place to visit for sure! It can be reached from Uskudar region in the Asian side.
Taksim Square: Taksim Square situated in Beyoglu in European part of Istanbul, Turkey is a famous square due to its restaurants, shopping places and metro line. Taksim as known as heart of modern Istanbul, is a very fun place to meet your friends and feel the history at the same time. You can find many different tourist attractions also you can taste local and national foods!
Baghdat Avenue: For the ones who want to see a vivid and crowded, yet peaceful place in Istanbul, Baghdad Avenue is one of it's kind. You can see a huge variety of cafes and shops, especially luxurious ones, in this very long and old street. One of it's best features is that lies paralel to the shore and whenever you get tired of seeing buldings, you can walk 10 minutes and reach the see to take a fresh breath.
Bosphorus: Istanbul's geological location unique, that's for sure. One thing that's also doubtlessly true is that what makes Istanbul so special is the Bosphorus. There are a lot of Bosphorus Tour offerings with reasonable prices.
Fotos of Must See Places: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/16-IbjIM-Qmoz_lscZRAN9zp3-0E12aQj
Please remember to bring your white coats & stethoscope & handbooks with you and don't forget that 80% attendance is mandatory to get the certificate.