AGU Undergraduate Students have the opportunity to live in student dorms managed by the AGU Health, Culture and Sports Department. Upon arrival, students are randomly assigned a spot into either the AGU Student Village (accross the road from the AGU campus) or the AGU On-Campus Dorms.
The rooms are shared by either 2, 4 or 6 students and are randomly assigned.
The AGU Student Village is located across the street from the AGU Sümer Campus.
The Student Village buildings include furnished apartments with kitchen, shared living room, and bathrooms. Each apartment can house 4 students (shared rooms of 2). WiFi is available in every on-campus location. Take a look at more pictures here (link). Or browse the pages of our Student Village brochure here.
The AGU Student Village is a gated area with 24/7 security, all-around green areas and multiple sports facilities (Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Football field, running track). A café is available within the Student village walls.
The On-Campus buildings include furnished apartments with kitchen, shared living room, and bathrooms. Each apartment houses students in shared rooms of 4 or 6 students. WiFi is available in every on-campus location.
The AGU On-Campus dorms house a café in their midst ("Çatı Cafe"). Students have access to the on-campus soccer field and tennis and basketball courts, but may also use the sports facilities in the Student Village.
Graduate students have the opportunity to apply for housing in the city center AGU dorms ("Osman Ceylan").
Housing is awarded on a conditional basis, based on criteria detailed here (link).
The Osman Ceylan dorms offer shared rooms for Graduate students and are located in the city center.