Tıp Fakültesi

Tıp Fakültesi

General Information


As of September 2020, there are a total of 227 faculty members, including 107 professors, 59 associate professors and 61 assistant professors in our faculty. 1 faculty secretary, 1 veterinarian, and 30 administrative staff work in our faculty.


As of September 2020, there are a total of 30 departments including 23 in Internal Medical Sciences and 7 in Surgical Medical Sciences, which contains 11 in Basic Medical Sciences, 19 in Internal Medical Sciences, and 13 in the head of departments of Surgical Medical Sciences.


It provides service with a total of 30 branches including 11 in the Department of Pediatrics, 1 in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, 9 in the Department of Internal Medicine, 2 in the Department of Neurology, 2 in the Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation, 1 in the Department of Pediatric Surgery, 2 in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and 2 in the Department of Urology.


Number of Students Receiving Undergraduate Medical Education

As of September 2020, the number of students has reached 1559. (848 boys and 711 girls)


Number of Students Receiving Medical Education After Graduation


As of September 2020, in postgraduate education, training for specialization is provided to 430 students for specialty in medicine in 41 programmes. Post-graduation training is provided for 31 specialists in 12 subspecialty programmes.

Our faculty has trained 661 medical specialists and 38 subspecialists.



Our goal is to educate physicians who are capable of;


providing care (taking into account the physical, mental and social needs of the patient as well as providing individual treatment, applying all types of treatment at the highest quality in a continuous manner);

making decisions (able to choose the most appropriate treatment under relevant conditions in terms of effectiveness and cost, and able to share limited resources fairly and appropriately);

communicating (able to ensure one's participation in protecting or gaining one's own health, able to persuade families and communities to be a partner in healthy lifestyle and health efforts);

leading a community (not only simply providing individual treatment but also engaging in community health activities);

managing (making accurate decisions and working in a multidisciplinary team in close relations with other partners, integrating health services and social services with old and new methods in health practices)

being team members (able to work in a team with auxiliary health personnel and social stakeholders and establish a healthy cooperation);

doing researches (constantly researching, learning and teaching for his patients and society).



Our model of education is horizontally and vertically integrated and is a mixed system. Clinical skills applications and community-based medical practices are available in our training directive, which is subject to constant updating.




Our language of education is Turkish. All academic staff and students are expected to know English as a second language and to improve their literature at a level to follow and contribute.


Updated on October 13, 2020.