The Istanbul University continues its activities at 12 campuses in Beyazıt-Central, Laleli-Vezneciler, Vefa, Horhor, Avcılar, Çapa, Cerrahpaşa, Şişli, Kadıköy, Bahçeköy, Bakırköy and Büyükçekmece; however its symbol is the historical campus at Beyazıt and the ISSEP 2014 will take place at Beyazıt Campus.
İstanbul University Beyazit Campus
The campus, which is located in a great garden in the Antique City and in the middle of the city’s busy quarter, is of great importance with its historical and aesthetic architectural buildings. The main campus at Beyazıt of the Istanbul University was previously used as the Ministry of War. On September 12, 1923 this building was handed over to the Istanbul University.
- September, 22, 23, 24, 2014
İstanbul University, Beyazit Campus, Faculty of Letters Meeting Room
Address: Ordu Cad. No:196, 34459 Beyazıt – İstanbul
Interactive Map || Directions: From Atatürk International Airport to Campus
- September 25, 2014
All workshops will be held on Faculty of Economics Additional Building 2.
Adress: Istanbul University Main Campus, 34452 Beyazıt – İstanbul
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