About Faculty


The fundamental goal of the faculty is to educate competent, knowledgeable, and skilled legal professionals who embrace contemporary, science-based, rational, secular, student-centered, and participatory education concepts, while also enhancing legal awareness within society.


Understanding legal methodology Generating legal reasoning Conducting legal logic Accessing and categorizing legal sources Comprehending and interpreting legal sources, and critically evaluating them Understanding and interpreting judicial decisions, and critically evaluating them Recognizing, defining, and implementing fundamental legal concepts Having a general knowledge of all areas of law Having a detailed and specialized knowledge of core areas of law Understanding legislation and applying it according to the hierarchy of norms Understanding, interpreting, and critically assessing the basic principles of public law Understanding, interpreting, and critically assessing the basic principles of private law Assessing everyday disputes from a legal perspective and providing solutions based on legal grounds Developing solution proposals for societal, political, and social issues using legal expertise Gaining expressive competence not only in the field of law but also in other disciplines such as art, psychology, sociology Developing interdisciplinary studies Acquiring the ability to make transnational evaluations in legal disputes Making evaluations not only in the field of Turkish law but also in foreign legal systems Conducting comparative legal studies Expressing oneself in foreign language legal terminology


The duration of education in the Faculty of Law is 4 years, and students are admitted with the TM-3 score. Additionally, the achievement ranking determined by the Higher Education Council for law faculties must be met.

Applicants to the faculty should have a mindset dedicated to justice and the pursuit of rights. It is important for them to possess an inquisitive nature that goes beyond what is presented to them.


Law faculty graduates primarily work as judges, prosecutors, and lawyers. However, it is also possible to pursue different professions such as governor, district governor, notary public, and others. Having a legal understanding while practicing any profession is advantageous for law faculty graduates due to the role of law in various aspects of life.


Noakhali Science, Technical University, Bangladesh

Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Universita Telematica Pegaso, Italy

University American College Skopje, Macedonia

International Balkan University, Macedonia

International University of Struga, Macedonia

University Adriatic, Bar, Montenegro

Panswow Wyzsza Szkola Wschodnioeuropejska w Perzemyslu (East European State Higher School in Przemyśl), Poland

Universitatea Constantin Brancusi din Targu Jıu, Romania

Karshi Engineering Economics Institute, Uzbekistan


Gedik Law Club – GEHUK

Children Activists Club – ÇOÇKA


Master’s Program in Private Law

Master’s Program in Public Law