Open to The World
Globalization has created the necessity for university students to know about different countries, cultures, and universities. At Hasan Kalyoncu University we provide some excellent cross-cultural opportunities for our students, such as:
? Helping students to study some part of the English preparatory program abroad.
? Participating in Erasmus exchange programs to complete a part of their education in the universities of European Union countries.
? Sharing the same campus with lecturers and students from different cultures.
? Arranging reciprocal visits with universities from all over the world.
Together We are Stronger!
In accord with the European Union strategy regarding the formation of knowledge-based societies, we continue to build close, active, and lasting relationships with the business world. For this purpose, we design our departmental syllabi to meet the demands of today?s dynamic and complex economies.
We have courses which bring together lecturers, managers and experts in the business world, and which promote relations between our university and the worlds of commerce and industry. Indeed, ?Together we are stronger!?
Always Supporting You
HKÜ CASE(Centre For Academic Support and Employability)
Hasan Kalyoncu University established the “Centre for Academic Support and Employability” in order to provide you with effective career planning strategies and employment opportunities.
As part of our graduate programs in the Institutes of Social and Natural Sciences, we have been offering both Master’s and PhD programs.
The Double Major Program of Hasan Kalyoncu University enables students to have double degrees. For instance, whilst studying economics a student may also take courses in business management, potentially graduating with degrees in both Economics and Business Management. The Minor Program on the other hand, allows students to enrol in courses from different departments, thereby increasing their knowledge in their desired fields.
For A Healthy Life
Staff and students are able to benefit from a range of on-site sporting opportunities, both in their spare time and through organised activities. Participation is encouraged as a valuable contribution to our physical health and mental well being.
Our campus currently possesses a synthetic football pitch, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, and table tennis facilities. Further planned developments include a sports hall, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, and a golf course. Upon completion the proposed gym will feature; step and aerobics classes, gymnastics, squash, an artificial climbing wall, personal gym, cafeteria, shops, and massage and sauna rooms.
It is also envisaged that sports development courses, in all the above facilities, will be held for the students and staff.
The Synergy of The Youth
Universities, beside being organisations founded upon scientific development, represent the contemporary and forward thinking face of society in the importance given to cultural development.
Whilst students tend to the various requirements of their classes, they also naturally set aside time for social, cultural and sporting activities. This reality has led to a variety of Student Clubs with a professional, social, cultural or sporting focus being established. Such clubs have enabled students to be involved with others in an area of interest beyond their respective courses. Students are able to establish their own club or become an active member of an already existing one.
Alongside organising discussions, seminars, conferences and congresses which fit well with the mission and vision of the university, Student Clubs have also contributed to social and cultural activities like trips, parties, sports games, tournaments and concerts.
Some of the Student Clubs that have been successfully established by students include; The Science and Technology Club, The Dance Community, The Music Club, The Cinema Club, The Drama Community and The Sports Club.