TOBB University of Economics and Technology is a private, not-for-profit foundation university in Turkey. It is a young university, established in 2003.
The university’s motto, “A university that reverses the brain drain”, reflects its aim to train talented Turkish youth for careers in technical and business fields.
TOBB University of Economics and Technology is located in Ankara, the capital of Turkey since 1923.
Ankara is slightly smaller than the arguably more well-known Turkish city of Istanbul, but there are still almost two dozen universities located in and around the capital. The huge student population feeds a buzzing cultural scene.
There are six faculties at the university. The Faculty of Engineering includes departments of biomedical, computer, electrical and electronics, industrial, mechanical and materials science and nanotechnology engineering.
The Faculty of Economics and Business Science encompasses the departments of business administration, economics, international entrepreneurship, international relations and political science.
Students of the Faculty of Science and Literature can study English or Turkish language and literature, history, mathematics or psychology.
Industrial design, visual communication design, interior and environmental design, architecture, and art and design are covered by the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Law and Medicine have their own faculties. There is also a separate Department of Foreign Languages.