Slayt 1 - Sudanese - Turkish Universities International Cooperation

Report
TURKEY – SUDAN
COOPERATION OPPORTUNITIES
COOPERATION AREAS
 Education
 Health
 Food & Agriculture
 Construction
 Transportation
 Chemistry Tech.
 Material Sciences
 Informatics and Information Security
 Space Tech.
 Tourism
TÜBİTAK
(The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey)
RESEARCH AREAS
 Energy
 Food
 Chemistry Tech.
 Environment and Cleaner Production
 Material Sciences
 Earth and Marine Sciences
 Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
 Informatics and Information Security
 Space Tech.
COOPERATIONS
Bilateral Cooperation
TÜBİTAK has 27 bilateral cooperation programs with the
institutions from 22 different countries:
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USA (NSF)
Bulgaria (BAS)
Belarus (NASB)
India (CSIR)
Germany (DFG, BMBF)
Slovakia (SAS)
Greece (GSRT)
Mongolia (MAS)
Italy (CNR)
France (CNRS)
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Slovenia (ARRS)
Ukraine (NASU, DKNII)
Hungary (NKTH)
Korea (NRF)
Romania (ANCS)
Pakistan (MoST)
Russia (RFBR)
China (MOST)
Czech Republic (AS CR)
Belgium (FWO)
COOPERATIONS
Multilateral Cooperation
 Our country is actively participating in the activities of a variety of European
research programs such as;
COST (European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and
Technical Research),
ESA (European Space Agency),
EMBC (European Molecular Biology Conference)
 regional organizations such as;
Black Sea Economic Cooperation and Economic Cooperation
Organization
 international organizations like NATO, OECD and UNESCO.
FUNDING
• International Support Programs
ERA-NET:
Objective of the ERA-NET scheme is to develop and strengthen the coordination of national
and regional research programs.
COST Actions:
(European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is one of the longest-running
European frameworks supporting cooperation among scientists and researchers across
Europe.
• International Researcher Fellowship Programs
2221- Fellowships for Visiting Scientists and Scientists on Sabbatical Leave (up to
3.000 and 3.500 depending on whether the applicant is on his/her sabbatical leave)
2216- Research Fellowship Program for International Researchers (Monthly stipend
of 2.250 plus travel costs)
SCHOLARSHIPS
TURKEY SCHOLARSHIPS
Undergraduate
1- Turkic Speaking Countries Scholarship
2- Balkan Countries Scholarship
3- Black Sea Scholarship
4- Harran Scholarship
5- Türkiye-Africa Scholarship
6- Bosphorus Scholarship
Master’s & PhD
1- Ali Kuşçu Science and Technology
Scholarship
2- İbni Haldun Social Sciences Scholarship
Subject-Based (UG, Master’s & PhD)
1- Ibn Sina Health Sciences Scholarship
2- Islamic Theology Scholarship
3- Yunus Emre Turkish Language
Scholarship
Short Term
1- Research Scholarship
2- Success Scholarship
3- Support Scholarship
4- Turkish Language Summer School
Project
1- Syria Scholarship
TURKEY SCHOLARSHIPS
Selection Process
Inside
 Preliminary assessment
 Monthly stipend
 Shortlisting
 Tuition fee
 Interview
 Final decision
 Accommodation
 One-year Turkish language course
 Health insurance
 One-off return flight ticket
TURKEY SCHOLARSHIPS
Suggested Areas of Research
 International Relations
 Area Studies
 Immigration Studies
 Refugee Studies
 Media & Culture
 Turcology
 İstanbul Studies
 Ottoman History
 Archeology
 Art History
 Islamic Studies
 Eastern Languages and Literatures
 Architecture
TÜBİTAK
• Undergraduate/Graduate Programmes
 2205 - Undergraduate Scholarship Program For International
Students
 2235 - Graduate Scholarship Program For The Least Developed
Countries
 2215 - Graduate Scholarship Program for International Students
 2216 - Research Fellowship Program for International Researchers
TÜBİTAK
• Postdoctoral
 2221- Fellowships for Visiting Scientists and Scientists on Sabbatical Leave
(up to 3.000 and 3.500 depending on whether the applicant is on his/her
sabbatical leave)
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2216- Research Fellowship Program for International Researchers
(Monthly stipend of 2.250 plus travel costs)
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY
The Science Bridge From History
to the Future
Establishment
1453
Academics
Faculties: 20
Schools: 3
Vocational Higher Schools: 6
Staff:
Instructors: 5300
Administrative Staff: 7000
Students:
Associate Degree: 9000 Students
Undergraduate: 65000 Students
Graduate: 14500 Students
Approximately Total: 88500 Students
Academic Ranking of World Universities:
Rank: 385
Nobel Prizes:
1 Nobel Prize in Literature
Campuses:
12 Campuses
The Library Collection
2 Million Books ( Approximately)
Rector:
Prof. Dr. Yunus Söylet
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ACTIVE ERASMUS AGREEMENTS
(2014-2021)
Country 26
Agreement 501
Germany
142
Portugal
13
UK
7
Italy
54
Belgium
11
Finland
6
Poland
47
Hungary
10
Estonia
4
France
32
Sweden
10
Latvia
2
Spain
32
10
Croatia
3
Greece
24
Switzerland
Slovakia
8
Norway
1
Austria
17
Denmark
7
Czech Republic
14
Lithuania
7
Bulgaria
13
Romania
7
Netherlands
13
Slovenia
7
IU- Bilateral Agreements 2014
(other than Erasmus) in 44 countries
Germany
Russia
Kazakhstan
Azerbaijan
Macedonia
USA
South Korea
Bulgaria
Poland
TR-N-Cyprus
Austria
Iraq
Malaysia
Mongolia
Romania
10
7
6
5
5
5
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Albania
Algeria
Bashkortostan
Belgium
Bosnia
Herzegovina
Brazil
Canada
China
France
UK
Greece
Indonesia
Iran
2
2
1
1
1
1
Japan
Jordan
Kosovo
Kyrgyzstan
Lebanon
Pakistan
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Serbia
Slovakia
South Africa
Taiwan
Tataristan
Thailand
Netherlands
Ukraine
TOTAL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
92
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Programs in English & Arabic
Business Administration (B.A.)
Medicine (B.A.)
Economics (B.A.)
Theology (B.A.)
M.A. in Islamic Studies
Ad-Dirasat al-Islamiyya (M.A.)
MEVLANA EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
(19 AGREEMENTS)
Albania
Malaysia
Azerbaijan
Pakistan
Canada
Russia
China
South Korea
Iran
Jordan
Kazakhistan
Malaysia
STUDENTS FROM AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Country
Number Country
Number Country
Number
Algeria
16
Ivory Coast
4
Sierra Leone
2
Burundi
Central African
Republic
3
Cameroon
7
South Africa
1
6
Libya
10
Sudan
12
Djibouti
11
Republic of Mali
4
Swaziland
1
Comoros
3
Mauritius
2
Tunis
10
Ethiopia
27
Morocco
13
Uganda
7
Gambia
6
Niger
5
Zambia
4
Ghana
12
Nigeria
7
Guinea
6
Senegal
5
Zimbabwe
Total
2
186
Sudanese Students at Istanbul University
Faculty/Institute
Faculty of Business Administration
Faculty of Letters
Faculty of Pharmacy
Health Science Institute
Science Institute
Social Science Institute
Number of
Students
1
3
1
1
2
4
Istanbul University In Networks
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY
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Technology Transfer Center
Scientific Research Projects Unit (BAP)
Techno park – 93 companies
TekMer- Technology Center
Center Research Laboratory (MERLAB)
Whole Genome Sequencing Laboratory
Animal Blood Bank
HB Life Sciences Lab
Advanced Lithography Laboratory
Laser Spectroscopy Laboratory
Quantum Technologies Laboratory
Nano and Optoelectronic Research Laboratory
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY
Total Number of Projects per year
6055
1246
1456
1503
2009
2010
2011
1850
2012
2180
2013
TOPLAM
First cloned animal in Turkey
in 2007
First transgenic rabbits in Turkey
2013
others followed since
2009
ISTANBUL TTC
Technology Transfer Office (TTO)
Project Support
Services
University &
Industry
Collaboration
IP Management
& Licensing
Services
Information & Education Services
Entrepreneurship
ISTANBUL TTC
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TTO aims to transform knowledge to economic value and to
increase financial options of Istanbul University
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Increase of Domestic and International Project Applications
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Increase of Acceptance Ratio For Project Applications
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To increase numbers of patent applications
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To make licensing contracts
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To elevate numbers of new companies and spin-offs.
ISTANBUL TTC
TTO MODULES
MODULE1: Awareness, Promotion, Information and Training Management
MODULE2: Support Programs Management
MODULE3: University – Industry Cooperation Management
MODULE4: Intellectual Property Rights and Licensing Management
MODULE5: Incorporation and Entrepreneurship Management
ISTANBUL TTC
 Funded by TUBITAK 1513 Technology Transfer Office Supporting Program
by 2014
 Ranked as the 1st place in 169 university TTOs in TURKEY
 93 R&D Companies
 29 Spin Off
 140 R&D Projects
 27 Consultant Academician
 310 Researchers
APPLICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF FOREIGN
STUDENTS
 General Foreign Students Exam by YÖK
 2010: landmark for the process of the selection and
acceptance of foreign students
 The Universities authorized
 Istanbul
university first accepted students with
previously obtained exams of YOK or other foreign
exams.
İÜ-YÖS
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Istanbul University organized its own exam called YÖS (Foreign Students
Exam, FSE)
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In 2012 Istanbul University held the exam in Istanbul (3007 students).
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In 2013 it was held in five foreign centers along with Istanbul; which are:
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Azerbaijan–Baku
Germany–Berlin
Kosovo–Pristine
Egypt–Cairo
Iran-Tehran
4034 students participated
İÜ-YÖS 2014
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In 2014, 15 centers worldwide (total numbers of students participated: 4034)
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Turkey-Istanbul
Azerbaijan–Baku
Germany–Cologne
Kosovo–Pristine
Egypt–Cairo
Iran-Tehran
Switzerland-Bern
Georgia-Tiflis
Macedonia-Skopje
Kazakhstan-Almaty
Jordan-Amman
Iraq-Erbil
Malaysia-Kula Lumpur
Bosnia-Herzegovina-Sarajevo
Malaysia Kula Lumpur
İÜ-YÖS 2015
• İÜYÖS-2015 application continues...
https://yos.istanbul.edu.tr/
• In 2015, wil be held in 32 centers
worldwide:
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