Partners

The Stem in Action dynamic team includes universities and companies from Turkey, Ireland, Greece, Germany, Croatia, Romania and Belgium who have come together to make this project a reality. Coordinated by Tarsus University from Turkey, this diverse group of partners brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the table, working together to promote STEM education and inspire the next generation of innovators.

  • Munster Technological University
  • Munster Technological University (formerly Cork Institute of Technology), Ireland

    Munster Technological University (MTU) is a multi-campus technological university, contributing to the region through the provision of academic programmes that support student development and opportunities, education and research. MTU has an extensive and impressive regional footprint with six campuses across the South-West region in Cork and Kerry, and a student body of 18,000. The University offers a wide range of flexible full-time, part-time and online higher education courses (at all levels up to and including PhD) in art & design, business, engineering, humanities, music, maritime studies and science & information technology. MTU has a number of successful research, innovation, knowledge exchange and enterprise engagement centres which have had many notable achievements, and have been successful in attracting Irish, EU and international funding. Among these are the Rubicon Centre, Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence, Nimbus and CREATE Research Centres, MTU Extended Campus and the University’s Department of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). The Department of TEL is the main entity within the University partnering on the STEM in Action project.

    • Mohammed Hasanuzzaman
      Local project lead
      Mohammed.Hasanuzzaman@mtu.ie
    • Lauren Maher
      Educational designer and developer
      lauren.maher@mtu.ie
    • Tadhg Leane
      Local coordinator
      tadhg.leane@mtu.ie
    LaurenMaher

    Lauren Maher

    • Educational designer and developer
    • lauren.maher@mtu.ie
  • VIVES University of Applied Sciences
  • VIVES University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

    VIVES University of Applied Sciences is a higher education institution and the core business is to ensure higher education for students at bachelor level (EQF level 6) in the study areas Applied engineering and Technology, Biotechnology, Education, Commercial Sciences and Business Management, Health Care and Applied Social Studies. Besides delivering higher education, VIVES has several centres of excellence, in which they perform practice-based research and offer services to society. One of these centres of excellence is the VIVES hub of ‘Innovation in Education’. Its goal is to develop efficient and usable didactics, methods and tools concerning education in STEAM. Its research starts from specific and concrete research questions, which are relevant for educational practitioners such as stimulating 21st century skills and children’s attitude towards environmental issues and STEAM. With regard to these topics the research group works together with other (inter)national partners on a systematic innovation of the curriculum and practice of education. The expertise is disseminated mostly by organizing coaching programs for teachers, students and teacher educators (trainers) and through (inter)national publications.

    LEARN MORE

    • Annelore Blondeel
      Development curriculum pre-primary education
      annelore.blondeel@vives.be
    • Stephanie Vervaet
      Development curriculum pre-primary education
      stephanie.vervaet@vives.be
    • Linde Zutterman
      Development curriculum pre-primary education
      linde.zutterman@vives.be
    • Kristof Van De Keere
      Coordination
      kristof.vandekeere@vives.be
  • Pi-Tech Private Company
  • Pi-Technologies, Greece

    Pi-Technologies is an organization specializing in educational technologies. It is involved in Extended Reality or Augmented Reality projects, Artificial Intelligence, and the construction and maintenance of educational and commercial websites.

    LEARN MORE

    • Giannis Papadopoulos
      Team coordinator
      giannis@pi-tech.gr
    • Filippos Zamanis
      Technical developer
      fzamanis@pi-tech.gr
    • Petros Papadopoulos
      Technical developer
      petrospap@pi-tech.gr
  • University of Zagreb
  • University of Zagreb, Croatia

    The University of Zagreb is the flagship educational institution in the country with 31 faculties, 3 art academies and various university centres and departments. As a comprehensive public Central European university, UNIZG offers education programmes in all scientific fields (arts, biomedicine, biotechnology, engineering, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences) and a broad spectrum of courses at all study levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate for more than 70,000 students. The University excels not only in teaching, but also in research, contributing with over 50 percent to the annual research output of Croatia.

    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) is the largest technical faculty and leading educational and R&D institution in the fields of electrical engineering, information and communication technology and computing in the Republic of Croatia. The Faculty offers substantial educational and R&D facilities including 35 lecture halls, more than 60 laboratories, Congress centre, tele-conference centre, central library and 12 department libraries, student restaurant, sport and recreation facilities on 43308 m2. The Faculty is organised in 12 departments which represent the focal points of education, research and development in various fields. The present research and educational staff comprises more than 200 professors and more than 350 teaching and research assistants and around 3500 students at the undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level. All those numbers clearly emphasize highly spirited activities in teaching and research. Currently FER participates in more than 200 projects, both EU and national, financed by various grant schemes. The number of international projects in the last five years makes Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing one of the most internationally active institutions in Croatia.

    University of Zagreb official site

    • Ana Sovic Krzic
      Development curriculum branch teachers
      ana.sovic.krzic@fer.hr
    • Ivana Storjak
      Development curriculum branch teachers
      ivana.storjak@fer.hr
    • Dorotea Potoc
      Development curriculum branch teachers
      dorotea.potoc@fer.hr
    • Ivan Bukic
      Development curriculum branch teachers
    • Iva Kurelja
      Development curriculum branch teachers
    • Lara Vdovic
      Development curriculum branch teachers
    • Ivan Brcic
      Development curriculum branch teachers
    • Klara Ilicic
      Development curriculum branch teachers
    • Jasna Matijevic
      Administration
      jasna.matijevic@fer.hr
    14_Ana_Sovic_Krzic

    Ana Sovic Krzic

    • Development curriculum branch teachers
    • ana.sovic.krzic@fer.hr
    62_Ivana_Storjak

    Ivana Storjak

    • Development curriculum branch teachers
    • ivana.storjak@fer.hr
    7_Dorotea_Potoc

    Dorotea Potoc

    • Development curriculum branch teachers
    • dorotea.potoc@fer.hr
  • University Paderborn
  • University Paderborn, Germany

    The chair Wirtschaftspädagogik II is partner in the project STEM in Action and is settled at the department 5: Business and Human Resource Education of the University of Paderborn. The Department for Business and Human Resource Education is one out of six Departments of the Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Business Computing at the University of Paderborn. It educates students in the first phase (university phase) of teacher education for the field of adult education, vocational education and training (more precisely: field business and economics) in Germany.

    We are involved in higher education, general education, in VET and in vocational teacher education (VET-teacher training). In our work we connect our teaching activities to research and project activities to sustain our actions and pursuits. Our department is responsible for youth education and business education at the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics. Our research fields are education, eLearning and digitisation, didactics and teacher training. Main research topics are (a) General and school education, adult education and VET, (b) digitisation, remote work strategies, eLearning and mLearning, serious game design as well as innovative methods in eLearning (MOOC design, learning platform design, course design, virtual classrooms etc.) (d) curriculum design and design of learning materials (e) entrepreneurship (see e.g. our former ERASMUS+ projects GET-UP –Green Entrepreneurship training – underpinning prosperity, SHADOWs or NGEnvironment) and (f) Green Economy and sustainalbility (Green-4-Future, Reliable Green, GET-UP –Green Entrepreneurship training –) as well as (g) evaluation research. We already designed and evaluated many education programmes, blended Learning scenarios, eLearning and networking approaches as well as MOOCs (iversity, udemy, MOOCit etc.), created them and organized and provided seminars for higher education. 

    LEARN MORE

    Marc Beutner

    Marc Beutner

    Jennifer Schneider -

    Jennifer Schneider

    Niclas Gruettner

    Niclas Grüttner

  • University of Craiova
  • University of Craiova, Romania

    The University of Craiova is one of the high standing higher education institutions in Romania, fostering the scientific, professional and personal growth of almost 19,000 students, guided with competence, professionalism and intellectual generosity by a top flight community of almost 900 academics.

    The University of Craiova is the main high profile institution of higher education in the historical region of Oltenia (at the territorial-administrative level, it comprises 5 counties) in the South-West of Romania. Craiova is the largest city in Oltenia and the sixth in the country in point of population, thus offering a rich cultural experience.

    Currently, the University of Craiova is a comprehensive structure, including 12 faculties, 3 autonomous academic departments and 41 research centers. The University of Craiova takes pride in its infrastructure (1 main building, 5 university campuses, 11 student halls of residence, approximately 300 lecture theatres and seminar rooms, 255 laboratories, 1 central library and 14 branch libraries, 4 research and development units, 1 university club, etc.) and in the qualified human resource (900 teaching staff members and 850 administrative and maintenance staff members), as a warrant for the quality of the services provided to the its students and to the community in general.

    The University of Craiova offers a diverse spectrum of 104 Bachelor’s degree programmes in 53 academic fields, 98 Master’s degree programmes in 40 areas of study, and doctoral degrees in 26 specializations, which cover fields such as: mathematics and natural sciences, automation, computers and electronics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, economics and business administration, law and social sciences, agriculture and horticulture, letters and foreign languages, orthodox theology, physical education and sports. The University of Craiova also offers distance education options, summer courses, post-doctoral studies and a Romanian preparatory year.

    LEARN MORE

    • IACOBESCU Gabriela-Eugenia
      Coordinator
      Development curriculum pre-primary education
      gabriela.iacobescu@edu.ucv.ro
    • PETRISOR Iulian
      Local coordinator
      iulian.petrisor@edu.ucv.ro
    • SARARU Silviu Constantin
      Dissemination expert
      silviu.sararu@edu.ucv.ro
    • PAUNA Alina Maria
      Developmental curriculum primary school education
      alina.pauna@edu.ucv.ro
    • STOIAN Aida Cornelia
      Developmental curriculum primary school education
      aida.stoian@edu.ucv.ro
    • HAREGA Loredana
      Technical staff
      loremateescu@gmail.com
    • MISCOCI Violeta
      Administrative
      miscocivioleta@yahoo.com
    Gabriela-Eugenia IACOBESCU - profile pic

    IACOBESCU Gabriela-Eugenia

    • Coordinator
      Development curriculum pre-primary education
    • gabriela.iacobescu@edu.ucv.ro
    Iulian PETRISOR - profile pic

    PETRISOR Iulian

    • Local coordinator
    • iulian.petrisor@edu.ucv.ro
    Silviu Constantin SARARU - profile pic

    SARARU Silviu Constantin

    • Dissemination expert
    • silviu.sararu@edu.ucv.ro
    Alina Maria PAUNA-profile pic

    PAUNA Alina Maria

    • Developmental curriculum primary school education
    • alina.pauna@edu.ucv.ro
    Aida Cornelia STOIAN - profile picture (1)

    STOIAN Aida Cornelia

    • Developmental curriculum primary school education
    • aida.stoian@edu.ucv.ro
    Loredana Harega - profile pic

    HAREGA Loredana

    • Technical staff
    • loremateescu@gmail.com
  • Tarsus University
  • Tarsus University, Turkey

    Tarsus University, dating back to 1992 with the academic units affiliated with Mersin University, was established as a separate university on May 18, 2018. Tarsus University has one  institute (Graduate School), seven faculties (Faculty of Aerospace Sciences, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Technology), one school (The School of Foreign Languages)  and three vocational schools (Vocational School, Vocational School of Health Services, Mersin Tarsus Organize Industrial Region Vocational School of Technical Sciences).

    The mission of Tarsus University is an innovative, value-added and development-oriented university that contributes to the development and advancement of humanity with qualified education, original and advanced research and by generating services for the benefit of society in a respected collaboration. The vision of Tarsus University is to be a respected world university, always on the trace of the perfection, honored to be a member.

    Why Tarsus University?

    • Student-centred learning
    • Experienced and inovative academic staff who are passionate about their profession
    • Curriculum that is compatible with the evolving expectations of the society and adapting to the advancements in technology.
    • Inspiring for research and development, and bringing out the essence of the entrepreneurship.
    • Guiding you towards your personal and professional development
    • Increasing your dreams and passions
    • A University where you will discover yourself.

    LEARN MORE

    • Ahmet Yalkın
      Project Coordinator
      yalkin66@gmail.com
    • Begüm Canaslan Akyar
      Early Childhood education specialist
      begumcanaslan@gmail.com
    • Emin Demir
      Early Childhood education specialist
      emindemir@tarsus.edu.tr
    • Şerife Hülya Kurt
      Early Childhood education specialist
      hulyakurt@tarsus.edu.tr
    • Ayşe Dilay Eroğlu Lecturer adilayeroglu@tarsus.edu.tr
    • Hakan Karabogaz
      Graphic Designer / Technician
      hakankarabogaz@tarsus.edu.tr
    • İsmail Bayram
      Graphic Designer / Technician
      ismailbayram@tarsus.edu.tr
    Ahmet YALKIN

    Ahmet Yalkın

    • Project Coordinator
    • yalkin66@gmail.com
    Emin Demir

    Emin Demir

    • Early Childhood education specialist
    • emindemir@tarsus.edu.tr
    Hülya KURT

    Şerife Hülya Kurt

    • Early Childhood education specialist
    • hulyakurt@tarsus.edu.tr
    Hakan Karaboğaz

    Hakan Karabogaz

    • Graphic Designer / Technician
    • hakankarabogaz@tarsus.edu.tr
    İsmail Bayram

    İsmail Bayram

    • Graphic Designer / Technician
    • ismailbayram@tarsus.edu.tr
    #image_title

    Ayşe Dilay Eroğlu

    • Lecturer 
    • adilayeroglu@tarsus.edu.tr

Munster Technological University (formerly Cork Institute of Technology), Ireland

Munster Technological University (MTU) is a multi-campus technological university, contributing to the region through the provision of academic programmes that support student development and opportunities, education and research. MTU has an extensive and impressive regional footprint with six campuses across the South-West region in Cork and Kerry, and a student body of 18,000. The University offers a wide range of flexible full-time, part-time and online higher education courses (at all levels up to and including PhD) in art & design, business, engineering, humanities, music, maritime studies and science & information technology. MTU has a number of successful research, innovation, knowledge exchange and enterprise engagement centres which have had many notable achievements, and have been successful in attracting Irish, EU and international funding. Among these are the Rubicon Centre, Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence, Nimbus and CREATE Research Centres, MTU Extended Campus and the University’s Department of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). The Department of TEL is the main entity within the University partnering on the STEM in Action project.

  • Mohammed Hasanuzzaman
    Local project lead
    Mohammed.Hasanuzzaman@mtu.ie
  • Lauren Maher
    Educational designer and developer
    lauren.maher@mtu.ie
  • Tadhg Leane
    Local coordinator
    tadhg.leane@mtu.ie
LaurenMaher

Lauren Maher

  • Educational designer and developer
  • lauren.maher@mtu.ie

VIVES University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

VIVES University of Applied Sciences is a higher education institution and the core business is to ensure higher education for students at bachelor level (EQF level 6) in the study areas Applied engineering and Technology, Biotechnology, Education, Commercial Sciences and Business Management, Health Care and Applied Social Studies. Besides delivering higher education, VIVES has several centres of excellence, in which they perform practice-based research and offer services to society. One of these centres of excellence is the VIVES hub of ‘Innovation in Education’. Its goal is to develop efficient and usable didactics, methods and tools concerning education in STEAM. Its research starts from specific and concrete research questions, which are relevant for educational practitioners such as stimulating 21st century skills and children’s attitude towards environmental issues and STEAM. With regard to these topics the research group works together with other (inter)national partners on a systematic innovation of the curriculum and practice of education. The expertise is disseminated mostly by organizing coaching programs for teachers, students and teacher educators (trainers) and through (inter)national publications.

LEARN MORE

  • Annelore Blondeel
    Development curriculum pre-primary education
    annelore.blondeel@vives.be
  • Stephanie Vervaet
    Development curriculum pre-primary education
    stephanie.vervaet@vives.be
  • Linde Zutterman
    Development curriculum pre-primary education
    linde.zutterman@vives.be
  • Kristof Van De Keere
    Coordination
    kristof.vandekeere@vives.be

Pi-Technologies, Greece

Pi-Technologies is an organization specializing in educational technologies. It is involved in Extended Reality or Augmented Reality projects, Artificial Intelligence, and the construction and maintenance of educational and commercial websites.

LEARN MORE

  • Giannis Papadopoulos
    Team coordinator
    giannis@pi-tech.gr
  • Filippos Zamanis
    Technical developer
    fzamanis@pi-tech.gr
  • Petros Papadopoulos
    Technical developer
    petrospap@pi-tech.gr

University of Zagreb, Croatia

The University of Zagreb is the flagship educational institution in the country with 31 faculties, 3 art academies and various university centres and departments. As a comprehensive public Central European university, UNIZG offers education programmes in all scientific fields (arts, biomedicine, biotechnology, engineering, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences) and a broad spectrum of courses at all study levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate for more than 70,000 students. The University excels not only in teaching, but also in research, contributing with over 50 percent to the annual research output of Croatia.

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) is the largest technical faculty and leading educational and R&D institution in the fields of electrical engineering, information and communication technology and computing in the Republic of Croatia. The Faculty offers substantial educational and R&D facilities including 35 lecture halls, more than 60 laboratories, Congress centre, tele-conference centre, central library and 12 department libraries, student restaurant, sport and recreation facilities on 43308 m2. The Faculty is organised in 12 departments which represent the focal points of education, research and development in various fields. The present research and educational staff comprises more than 200 professors and more than 350 teaching and research assistants and around 3500 students at the undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level. All those numbers clearly emphasize highly spirited activities in teaching and research. Currently FER participates in more than 200 projects, both EU and national, financed by various grant schemes. The number of international projects in the last five years makes Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing one of the most internationally active institutions in Croatia.

University of Zagreb official site

  • Ana Sovic Krzic
    Development curriculum branch teachers
    ana.sovic.krzic@fer.hr
  • Ivana Storjak
    Development curriculum branch teachers
    ivana.storjak@fer.hr
  • Dorotea Potoc
    Development curriculum branch teachers
    dorotea.potoc@fer.hr
  • Ivan Bukic
    Development curriculum branch teachers
  • Iva Kurelja
    Development curriculum branch teachers
  • Lara Vdovic
    Development curriculum branch teachers
  • Ivan Brcic
    Development curriculum branch teachers
  • Klara Ilicic
    Development curriculum branch teachers
  • Jasna Matijevic
    Administration
    jasna.matijevic@fer.hr
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Ana Sovic Krzic

  • Development curriculum branch teachers
  • ana.sovic.krzic@fer.hr
62_Ivana_Storjak

Ivana Storjak

  • Development curriculum branch teachers
  • ivana.storjak@fer.hr
7_Dorotea_Potoc

Dorotea Potoc

  • Development curriculum branch teachers
  • dorotea.potoc@fer.hr

University Paderborn, Germany

The chair Wirtschaftspädagogik II is partner in the project STEM in Action and is settled at the department 5: Business and Human Resource Education of the University of Paderborn. The Department for Business and Human Resource Education is one out of six Departments of the Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Business Computing at the University of Paderborn. It educates students in the first phase (university phase) of teacher education for the field of adult education, vocational education and training (more precisely: field business and economics) in Germany.

We are involved in higher education, general education, in VET and in vocational teacher education (VET-teacher training). In our work we connect our teaching activities to research and project activities to sustain our actions and pursuits. Our department is responsible for youth education and business education at the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics. Our research fields are education, eLearning and digitisation, didactics and teacher training. Main research topics are (a) General and school education, adult education and VET, (b) digitisation, remote work strategies, eLearning and mLearning, serious game design as well as innovative methods in eLearning (MOOC design, learning platform design, course design, virtual classrooms etc.) (d) curriculum design and design of learning materials (e) entrepreneurship (see e.g. our former ERASMUS+ projects GET-UP –Green Entrepreneurship training – underpinning prosperity, SHADOWs or NGEnvironment) and (f) Green Economy and sustainalbility (Green-4-Future, Reliable Green, GET-UP –Green Entrepreneurship training –) as well as (g) evaluation research. We already designed and evaluated many education programmes, blended Learning scenarios, eLearning and networking approaches as well as MOOCs (iversity, udemy, MOOCit etc.), created them and organized and provided seminars for higher education. 

LEARN MORE

Marc Beutner

Marc Beutner

Jennifer Schneider -

Jennifer Schneider

Niclas Gruettner

Niclas Grüttner

University of Craiova, Romania

The University of Craiova is one of the high standing higher education institutions in Romania, fostering the scientific, professional and personal growth of almost 19,000 students, guided with competence, professionalism and intellectual generosity by a top flight community of almost 900 academics.

The University of Craiova is the main high profile institution of higher education in the historical region of Oltenia (at the territorial-administrative level, it comprises 5 counties) in the South-West of Romania. Craiova is the largest city in Oltenia and the sixth in the country in point of population, thus offering a rich cultural experience.

Currently, the University of Craiova is a comprehensive structure, including 12 faculties, 3 autonomous academic departments and 41 research centers. The University of Craiova takes pride in its infrastructure (1 main building, 5 university campuses, 11 student halls of residence, approximately 300 lecture theatres and seminar rooms, 255 laboratories, 1 central library and 14 branch libraries, 4 research and development units, 1 university club, etc.) and in the qualified human resource (900 teaching staff members and 850 administrative and maintenance staff members), as a warrant for the quality of the services provided to the its students and to the community in general.

The University of Craiova offers a diverse spectrum of 104 Bachelor’s degree programmes in 53 academic fields, 98 Master’s degree programmes in 40 areas of study, and doctoral degrees in 26 specializations, which cover fields such as: mathematics and natural sciences, automation, computers and electronics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, economics and business administration, law and social sciences, agriculture and horticulture, letters and foreign languages, orthodox theology, physical education and sports. The University of Craiova also offers distance education options, summer courses, post-doctoral studies and a Romanian preparatory year.

LEARN MORE

  • IACOBESCU Gabriela-Eugenia
    Coordinator
    Development curriculum pre-primary education
    gabriela.iacobescu@edu.ucv.ro
  • PETRISOR Iulian
    Local coordinator
    iulian.petrisor@edu.ucv.ro
  • SARARU Silviu Constantin
    Dissemination expert
    silviu.sararu@edu.ucv.ro
  • PAUNA Alina Maria
    Developmental curriculum primary school education
    alina.pauna@edu.ucv.ro
  • STOIAN Aida Cornelia
    Developmental curriculum primary school education
    aida.stoian@edu.ucv.ro
  • HAREGA Loredana
    Technical staff
    loremateescu@gmail.com
  • MISCOCI Violeta
    Administrative
    miscocivioleta@yahoo.com
Gabriela-Eugenia IACOBESCU - profile pic

IACOBESCU Gabriela-Eugenia

  • Coordinator
    Development curriculum pre-primary education
  • gabriela.iacobescu@edu.ucv.ro
Iulian PETRISOR - profile pic

PETRISOR Iulian

  • Local coordinator
  • iulian.petrisor@edu.ucv.ro
Silviu Constantin SARARU - profile pic

SARARU Silviu Constantin

  • Dissemination expert
  • silviu.sararu@edu.ucv.ro
Alina Maria PAUNA-profile pic

PAUNA Alina Maria

  • Developmental curriculum primary school education
  • alina.pauna@edu.ucv.ro
Aida Cornelia STOIAN - profile picture (1)

STOIAN Aida Cornelia

  • Developmental curriculum primary school education
  • aida.stoian@edu.ucv.ro
Loredana Harega - profile pic

HAREGA Loredana

  • Technical staff
  • loremateescu@gmail.com

Tarsus University, Turkey

Tarsus University, dating back to 1992 with the academic units affiliated with Mersin University, was established as a separate university on May 18, 2018. Tarsus University has one  institute (Graduate School), seven faculties (Faculty of Aerospace Sciences, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Technology), one school (The School of Foreign Languages)  and three vocational schools (Vocational School, Vocational School of Health Services, Mersin Tarsus Organize Industrial Region Vocational School of Technical Sciences).

The mission of Tarsus University is an innovative, value-added and development-oriented university that contributes to the development and advancement of humanity with qualified education, original and advanced research and by generating services for the benefit of society in a respected collaboration. The vision of Tarsus University is to be a respected world university, always on the trace of the perfection, honored to be a member.

Why Tarsus University?

  • Student-centred learning
  • Experienced and inovative academic staff who are passionate about their profession
  • Curriculum that is compatible with the evolving expectations of the society and adapting to the advancements in technology.
  • Inspiring for research and development, and bringing out the essence of the entrepreneurship.
  • Guiding you towards your personal and professional development
  • Increasing your dreams and passions
  • A University where you will discover yourself.

LEARN MORE

  • Ahmet Yalkın
    Project Coordinator
    yalkin66@gmail.com
  • Begüm Canaslan Akyar
    Early Childhood education specialist
    begumcanaslan@gmail.com
  • Emin Demir
    Early Childhood education specialist
    emindemir@tarsus.edu.tr
  • Şerife Hülya Kurt
    Early Childhood education specialist
    hulyakurt@tarsus.edu.tr
  • Ayşe Dilay Eroğlu Lecturer adilayeroglu@tarsus.edu.tr
  • Hakan Karabogaz
    Graphic Designer / Technician
    hakankarabogaz@tarsus.edu.tr
  • İsmail Bayram
    Graphic Designer / Technician
    ismailbayram@tarsus.edu.tr
Ahmet YALKIN

Ahmet Yalkın

  • Project Coordinator
  • yalkin66@gmail.com
Emin Demir

Emin Demir

  • Early Childhood education specialist
  • emindemir@tarsus.edu.tr
Hülya KURT

Şerife Hülya Kurt

  • Early Childhood education specialist
  • hulyakurt@tarsus.edu.tr
Hakan Karaboğaz

Hakan Karabogaz

  • Graphic Designer / Technician
  • hakankarabogaz@tarsus.edu.tr
İsmail Bayram

İsmail Bayram

  • Graphic Designer / Technician
  • ismailbayram@tarsus.edu.tr
#image_title

Ayşe Dilay Eroğlu

  • Lecturer 
  • adilayeroglu@tarsus.edu.tr