About the School
The Atılım University School of Medicine admitted its first students in the academic year of 2019-2020. The numbers of classes and students to allow for student-oriented small group studies required for successful education were taken into account when determining the number of students. We aim to train scientists that are sensitive to public health, that are able to grasp international knowledge and that are capable of implementing the current practices in medicine in the best way possible, and medical doctors that respect ethical values. To achieve our aim, we offer education with faculty members experienced in their fields, and at classes and laboratories equipped with current modern education technologies.
Our School has provided the required infrastructure for practice sessions as an important component of horizontal-vertical, spiral integration to take place at Medicana International Ankara Hospital with which it is affiliated, and with the supervision of faculty members.
Our status as a campus university that is home to many different disciplines shows itself on the development of our students, enhancing their points of view and opportunities for research.
To graduate modern medical doctors and scientists who aim to protect and perfect public health at national, regional and global level, adhere to the mission of the University, have lifelong learning enthusiasm and are able to think independently.
To attract and inspire leading scientists in the field of medicine and offer a functional, safe and comfortable environment boosting learning, working and searching by means of professionalism, excellence and teamwork in order to be one of the most prestigious medical research centers in the world.
Atılım University Medical School has been accepted by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) which is a member of Intealth, an integrated organization that also includes the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER®)....Read More
Although the heavily-infectious Omicron variant seems less severe than the Delta variant, WHO (World Health Organization) stated on Thursday that it should not be categorized as “mild”....Read More
It has recently been discovered that the rate of mortality due to COVID, or any other causes is lower for individuals vaccinated against COVID-19, compared to unvaccinated individuals. With the new research, the COVID-19 vaccines approved in the United States have, once again, proven to be safe....Read More
Atılım University Medical School White Coat Ceremony was held on September 30, 2021. At the ceremony, the second term students of Medical School received their white coats and stethoscopes and took an important step in their medical lives as the future physicians....Read More
In the 2022-2023 academic year, visits to Gölbaşı Health Center will be made. Participation in these visits is obligatory. In order for the health center visits to take place, form shared in announcement regarding the insurance must be filled and delivered to Gizem Alsancak by 16.09.2022 at 17:00.>...