Institute for Graduate Studies in Pure and Applied Sciences
Number of High Schools: 2
Malatya High School of Helath
Adýyaman High School of Helath
Number of Vocational Schools: 10
Malatya Vocational High School
Adýyaman Vocational High School
Arapgir Vocational High School
Vocational School for Health Related Professions
Kale Vocational High School
Battalgazi Vocational High School
Akçadað Vocational High School
Yakýnca Vocational High School
Sürgü Vocational High School
Hekimhan Vocational High School
· Institute for Graduate Studies in Social
Research Centers: 11
Turgut Özal Medical Center
Laboratory for Advanced Studies
Research and Development Center for Apricot Fruit
Research and Development Center for Traditional Hand Crafting
Space Science Research and Development Center
Environmental Research and Development Center
Research and Development Center for Judiciary and Record System of Ottoman Empire
Center of Director for Cultural Studies
Research and Development Center for University and Industry
Directorate for Scientific Research
Directorate for Strategic Research
Number of Students (graduates, undergraduates): 19,137
Number of Staff (academic staff, teaching and research assistants): 2112
Cost of Living: 250 Euro per month
Areas of Study:
Students and academic staff may undertake research studies through any of the disciplines as Arts and Sciences; Business Studies, Management Science; Engineering; Geology; Humanities; Mathematics; Medical Sciences; Pharmaceutical Sciences.
History of the University
Ýnönü University, named after the second President of Turkish Republic, Ýsmet Ýnönü, is one of the leading Institutions in the country. Due to both natural and industrial potential of the region, this University has been among those that are given priority by the government and private sector.
Malatya: the city where the University is located
Malatya, where our University is located, is a leader for its world-famous apricot fruit. Of the World dry-apricot production, 90 % originates from this region. The city is located at the Upper Firat river basin area of the Eastern Anatolian Region. The area had been inhabited since the Neolithic ages, mainly because of its geographic position at the crossroads of major trade routes; the famous Route of Kings and the Silk Road. It is a busy modern city in a huge fertile region with a major agricultural industry due to its rich water sources. It is a popular base from which Nemrut Dagi, one of the most famous touristic sites in Turkey, is within one day trip. Another interesting day trip is to Eski Malatya (Old Malatya), 12-km north of the modern city, which is a ruined Roman town with remains of some old city walls, mosques and caravanserais.
The University recognizes the special accommodation needs of international students. Here you find a place to call your own while you are in Eastern Anatolia. Students normally choose from one of two types of student housing: On-Campus Accommodation and Off-Campus Rental Accommodation where students have access to catered accommodation or self-catered accommodation, respectively.
Laboratories, Libraries and Computing Services
The university houses beautiful buildings with classrooms and laboratories that provide state of art presentations for teaching and quality research. Almost all classrooms are designed to provide state of art interactive presentations and data shows. The Internet Center provides free, fast and anonymous access with more than 500 dialups at the same time, the biggest in Turkey. All academic and administrative staff have free Internet connections from their offices.
Our unique Campus is in complete green and provides a friendly environment for those enjoying jogging, walking or just resting. There are 7 tennis courts, 4 football fields (turf), an all facility gymnasium, and 3 volleyball-basketball courts all designed for day and night sport activities. There are 35 student activity organizations from Slope Parachuting to English Language Club.
Fine Arts and Performing Arts
The Fine and Performing Arts Collections at Ýnönü University Libraries supports the University's educational mission and, in particular, the research, curricular, and programmatic needs of the faculty and students in the College of Fine Arts. The Music/Fine Arts Librarian is available to assist faculty, staff and students, as well as the general public, with their research, and is available for individual or class library instruction by prior arrangement.
Inonu University is a devoted Institution for European Community Research and Development Programs such as The 6th Framework Program and participates in international education and training programs such as Socrates/Erasmus (2003-2007). Our University was ranked 8th among 77 universities in the nation, regarding the total number of publications per academic staff in 2003.
Ýnönü University is committed to principles of respect, equity and tolerance. Specifically, we preserve the confidentiality of personal information related to students, staff and participants in research studies. Our policy is to ensure that activities within the University and relations with those outside are conducted in ways that are sensitive to the ethnic, religious and social backgrounds of students and staff.
Teaching Languages: Turkish
Erasmus ID Code: TR MALATYA01
ErasmusUniversity Charter No: 220466-IC-1-2003-1-TR-ERASMUS-EUC-1
Diplomas: This institution issues Diploma Supplements in ENGLISH free of charge to every student upon graduation.
Erasmus Coordinator: Hikmet Geckil, Ph.D., Department of Biology