The application process for Erasmus+ student exchanges for the next academic year (2024–25) has started. Undergraduates with a CGPA of at least 2.50 and currently in at least their third and at most their fifth semester of registration may apply. For the graduate student exchange, those who are in their[Read More…]
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Third-year Faculty of Law students Simge Akar, Özgür Azem Karadağ and Nart Emre Polat won first place in the Serkan Odaman Article Competition, organized by the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) İzmir. The subject of this year’s third edition of the competition was Government Systems in Comparative Constitutional Law. With[Read More…]
“Suddenly Last Summer,” a play performed by Sokhumi State Drama Theatre in Tbilisi and directed by the Department of Performing Arts Chair Asst. Prof. Jason Hale, will be performed at the İKSV (İstanbul Culture and Arts Foundation) Theatre Festival on October 30 and 31. The play, premiered on October 5,[Read More…]
Bilkent Atatürkçü Düşünce Topluluğu and Milliyetçi Düşünce Topluluğu organized a conference with Ersin Tatar, president of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, on Wednesday, October 25, at the FMPA Concert Hall. The talk, titled “Peace at Home, Peace in the World: Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus,” opened with a speech[Read More…]
Led by the Academic Student Coordination Unit (ASCU), the Faculty of Engineering initiated a program to connect engineering freshmen with 3rd and 4th year engineering students in 2016. Through this program, students new to the Faculty of Engineering have had the opportunity to join contact groups via WhatsApp in which[Read More…]
On Saturday, October 28, nearly 350 runners, joggers and walkers were ready at the starting line at the Faculty of Music and Performing Arts. They included Bilkenters of all ages, as well as friends and guests. The 1.923 km route took the competitors from the Faculty of Music and Performing[Read More…]
Bilkent Schools in Ankara, BLIS, Özel Bilkent, and Music Preperatory School, celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the Republic with a special program on Sunday, October 29, at Odeon with the participation of thousands of Bilkenters.
A Lantern Parade was held for the 100th anniversary of the Republic on Saturday, October 28. Bilkent students, academic and administrative staff, alumni and their families took part in the event. The parade began at the East Campus lawn area, continued towards the Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, and[Read More…]
On October 29, the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra performed a Republic Day concert at the Bilkent Concert Hall. The program featured works by A. Yurdusev, P. I. Tchaikovsky, and C. R. Rey. Conductor Can Okan led the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, with Umut Sağlam on violoncello as soloist.
On the 100th anniversary of the Republic, Bilkent University students, faculty members and staff appeared before Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of the Turkish Republic. All Bilkent members visited Anıtkabir, Atatürk’s final resting place, on Monday, October 16. At 9:30 a.m., Bilkenters walked the 262-meter-long Lion’s Alley (Aslanlı Yol) and proceeded[Read More…]