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Istanbul, Turkey’s richest province in terms of transport. Domestic and overseas transportation is the center. Introduction to one-third of the tourists visiting Turkey is Istanbul. Istanbul, provided one-fifth of one-third of export and import. Road and rail hub, as well as the largest sea port and airport at Istanbul.

In addition to minibuses and buses, sea vehicles, metro, metrobus, tramway, funicular are frequently used in urban transportation vehicles.

There is a highway connection from all over the country from Istanbul. The starting point of domestic transportation is the Harem on the Anatolian side and the international bus station on the European side in Esenler.

There are flights from Istanbul to Greece, Macedonia, Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Russia (Moscow), Romania, Bulgaria and Jordan (Amman).

There are two airports in Istanbul, Istanbul Airport on the European Side and Sabiha Gokcen Airport on the Asian Side. In addition, there is the opportunity to rent aircraft and helicopters in Istanbul.


University Students are entitled to have discounts by using their Student Card.You can apply for the travel card in the IETT (Transport for Istanbul) Istanbul kart Application Centre with your student certificate. For more information click the link below:

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Transportation from Sabiha Gökçen Airport (Anatolian side): Bus: You can get on the E-3 Sabiha Gökçen-Levent subway or 122 H bus line in order to arrive at Kavacık. You’ll get off at the station called “Kavacık Köprüsü.” Also you can get on the Havabus Shuttle. Please visit the link below for detailed information:


Our bus service is available for all our campuses and hospitals. You can get information about bus service routes and times from our website.

The transportation between the North Campus and the South Campus is 1 TL. Transportation to campus from other locations is 5 TL per day.

Outside of bus service hours, you can use public transportation with ease.