Industrial Engineering

Istanbul Gedik University Industrial Engineering Department aims to be a department that designs and implements education systems that equip qualified Industrial Engineers with the knowledge and skills that will provide employment to them.

The aim of the department is to train Industrial Engineers who have advanced analytical thinking skills, have the ability of questioning, team player, career oriented, equipped with the needs of working life, entrepreneur and preferred in all sectors.

With a course plan that provides innovative, necessary competencies in line with the current and future market conditions, the students have unique opportunities to specialize in fields such as Economic and Financial Systems, Operations Research, Statistics, Quality, Supply Chain Engineering and General Industrial Engineering.

In addition to the scholarships to which the students are supported, the sectoral activities realized within the body of Istanbul Gedik University accelerate the development of students. Industrial Engineering Club  and Industry 4.0 Club conduct activities such as workplace visits, congresses, sector days and industrial projects.

With the ERASMUS program, which allows students to exchange with European Union universities, students are also given the opportunity to study abroad.

Asst. Fahriye Enda TOLON, Assoc. Prof. Dilek KURT, Asst. Prof. Nilüfer ÇELİKKOL, Asst. Prof. Merve Doğruel ANUŞLU

With our Industry 4.0 Club Students

STUDENT CLUBS

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CLUB

Istanbul Gedik University Industrial Engineering Club was founded in 2017 by Industrial Engineering students under the supervision of the Department of Industrial Engineering.

The Industrial Engineering Club is a student club that aims to organize social and academic activities that will contribute to the personal development of students.

INDUSTRY 4.0 CLUB

İstanbul Gedik University Industry 4.0 Club was founded in 2016 by Industrial Engineers under the supervision of Department of Industrial Engineering on the basis of production and management effects of digitalization.

The Industry 4.0 Club is planning to conduct activities such as workplace visits, congresses and sector days as well as a student club aiming to inform our students about the 4th Industrial Revolution and to organize social and academic activities that will contribute to their personal development. In 2017, Industry 4.0 Club students also contributed to the organization of the International Conference on una Digitalization of Industry: Evolution of Industry r organized by the Department of Industrial Engineering.