Engineers are professionals who can apply their knowledge and skills creatively to solve challenging problems or invent tools for the advancement of technology and betterment of humanity. Engineering does not have any boundaries, and it works across all disciplines. As a result, its impact is felt in all aspects of life, including medicine, economy, education, military, and energy.
We are committed to providing the highest quality industry-driven education and research in engineering, technology, and science. The school is founded with a clear vision of driving innovation, technology commercialization, and production of engineers that will shape our future. We plan to achieve this goal by providing our students the opportunity to experience research and hands-on learning through outstanding internship programs and practical experience working with industry. By building collaborative partnerships with local and international industry as well as with the government agencies and national laboratories, the students and faculty of the Medipol Engineering will help to meet the critical needs of our region and beyond.
If you are looking for an exciting and rewarding career in the increasingly high-tech world of 21st century; if you desire to have a direct and positive effect on people’s everyday lives; if you want to transfer your imaginations and ideas into so many realities; if you want to relate math and science with innovation, real-world applications, industry and society, ENGINEERING is the correct choice and MEDIPOL university is the right place. I am very excited and eager to provide our students an exceptional college with a lively environment for learning and discovery. Student success is at the heart of our mission.
We are looking forward to see you among us to engineer the future.
Huseyin Arslan, Ph.D.
Professor and Dean
School of Engineering and Natural Sciences
İstanbul Medipol University
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