One of the most reputable institutions of higher education in Turkey with a history of 131 years, Marmara University Faculty of Business Administration provides instruction in 6 undergraduate programs in 3 different languages in 4 departments;
- Department of Business Administration Lectured in Turkish: Two Undergraduate Programs (One of them is night school)
- Department of Business Administration Lectured in English: Two Undergraduate Programs
One Undergraduate Program on Business Administration Lectured in English
And an International Double Degree Program cooperated with University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW)
- Department of Business Administration Lectured in German: One Undergraduate Program on Business Administration Lectured in German
- Department of Business Informatics Lectured in German: One Undergraduate Program on Business Informatics Lectured in German
This provides our graduates with the competitive edge that is needed in an increasingly demanding global business environment.
The Faculty has more than 3700 undergraduate students and 165 faculty members. In addition to the faculty members, 45 administrative staff members are currently employed in the Faculty of Business Administration.
Only in the last academic year, a total of 680 students (both in the day and night programs) were enrolled in the Faculty programs.
Our faculty also hosts more than 30 Masters and Doctoral (PhD) Programs in 22 different sub-departments of “Marmara University Institute of Social Sciences”.
The recognition of the fact that our students graduate with the knowledge and expertise required by the public and private sector has resulted in the departments of the Faculty to being among the top five preferred by students - a fact reflected in the high scores required in the university entrance exam in order to be enrolled in these departments.
The Faculty's ongoing efforts for internationalization have paved the way for many student and faculty exchange programs and extensive cooperation agreements with various European universities. Within the framework of the Faculty-Industry Cooperation initiative, prominent figures of the business world have also joined the Faculty's teaching staff. Additionally, the Faculty's strong links with its alumni have proved to be a valuable asset over the years.