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We are among the top 200 of the world universities

Sabancı University entered the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings at 182th position, becoming the Turkish university with the highest position upon first entry to the rankings, and was the only foundation university in Turkey to be included.

After only 15 academic years since its establishment, Sabancı University shares this prestigious position with three other Turkish universities: METU (85th), Boğaziçi (139th) and ITU (165th).

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings are the only global university performance tables to judge research-led universities across all their core missions - teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.


New Honors Minor Program: Gender Studies

Gender continues to be a key category of analysis in the social sciences and humanities, and a central concept in national and international public debates. This program aims to introduce the students to the major issues and approaches in gender and women’s studies, and to equip them with critical skills to analyze the gendered aspects of everyday life, science, politics, economy, culture, and society by combining the analytical tools of disciplines such as anthropology, cultural studies, history, literary studies, media studies, political science, philosophy, sociology, and visual studies. 

Applications to the program will start by the beginning of Fall 2014-2015.

Eren İnci receives the Outstanding Young Scientists Award

Our faculty member Eren Inci has been awarded by The Turkish Academy of Sciences, 2014 Outstanding Young Scientists Award

Link: http://www.tuba.gov.tr/mainpage/turkiye-bilimler-akademesi/mid/1/

We thank him for his invaluable contributions to our faculty and Sabanci University.

FASS Dean's Office

The new Psychology Undergraduate Program at Sabancı University

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Sabancı University is pleased to announce our new Psychology undergraduate program.

The program will start admitting the first students during the 2014-2015 academic year.

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