Hacettepe University (HU) is one of the oldest and leading universities in Turkey. HU began to operate as a hospital in Ankara in 1957. Education, research and public service activities started in 1958. HU expanded further in the course of time with the foundation of new departments and faculties on two campuses. HU continues its activities with 14 Faculties, 14 Institutes, 2 Applied Schools, 5 Vocational Schools, 1 Conservatory, 54 Research and Practice Centers. HU has more than 38.000 students and 3.500 faculty members.
TURK TRAKTOR VE ZIRAAT MAKINELERI A.S.
One of the leading manufacturers in Turkey, TürkTraktör started its industrial life in 1954 and has grown constantly over the years. Today it is one of the most important enterprises in the country with exports to more than 130 countries including the important American continent. The first manufacturer in the Turkish automotive industry, TürkTraktör was made possible by the partnership of Koç Holding, a symbol of trust in our country, and CNHI, one of the world's largest farming tractor and agricultural equipment manufacturers. The pride of Turkey, Turkish tractors have been introduced and exported to world markets through our joint venture partner CNHI. They are designed in Turkey, by Turkish engineers with almost all parts used in production manufactured in Turkey. Turkey’s bigger manufacturer, TürkTraktör’s goal is to be the driving force for modern agriculture. In addition to manufacturing New Holland, Case IH and Steyr branded tractors at the same time, TürkTraktör is the sole design center for New Holland TDD and Case IH JX series tractors and several specialty ranges, the only manufacturing center for Utility Light series tractors and the global engineering and manufacturing center for the 66 series transmission. TürkTraktör added a new aspect to its corporate development by entering the construction equipment market in 2013 with Case and New Holland branded construction equipment such as skid steer loaders, backhoe loaders, compact wheel loaders, wheel loaders, mini excavators, crawler excavators, telehandlers.
Simge Simulation Technologies
Simge Sim. Tech. is a startup company founded in 2015 with the help of government sponsored enterprise foundation program called “Teknogirişim”. After completing our starting project successfully, we are accepted to “Technology Development Zone” and move our company to “Bilkent Cyberpark Ankara”. Currently, we are working on lots of R&D projects with universities and Turkish defense industry firms.
Simge Simulation Technologies is working on real-time interactive 2d/3d applications. Our fields of activity are:
- Virtual Reality(VR) / Augmented Reality(AR)
- Game / Advergame
- Cross Platform Application Development
- Simulation Solutions
- Training Simulators and Motion Platforms(2DoF, 3Dof, 6DoF)
- Motion Cueing Software
Ankara Sanayi Odası 1. Organize Sanayi Bölgesi
Production started in the First Organized Industrial Zone in 1990. This is a place where labor and toil blend together with technology to turn into modern products, a place where production is carried out today in 335 industrial parcels in six separate sections on an area 1000 hectares. The First Organized Industrial Zone is Turkey’s fifth biggest organized industrial zone, providing employment to 35 thousand people. The zone has a share of 2 billion US dollars in Turkey’s total exports with an annual contribution of 6 billion US dollars to the national economy. The infra and supra-structure of the zone required for modern production are complete and this production campus has all the advanced technological equipment to safeguard its security. The Ankara Chamber of Industry First Organized Industrial Zone, a campus of mixed production committed to conduct its operations with a special eye to eco-balance producing, furniture, casting, foodstuffs, electricity, electronics, machines, aluminum, textiles, agricultural equipment, defense industry, chemicals and metal ware.
IIS Vittorio Emanuele II
I.I.S. “Vittorio Emanuele II” is a technical and vocational school with three different 5-year courses, one based on administration, marketing and languages , one based on ICT commercial promotion, Digital Design and advertising, and the third one based on social studies.
The school population is approximately of 900 students, of which about 30 are in the condition of disability. There are 100 teachers.
The school is equipped with five well equipped computer labs, a science lab, two large gymnasiums and outdoor sports spaces, which allow a number of extra-curricular optional activities.
The bulk of students at I.I.S “Vittorio EmanueleII” (aged 14 to 20) come from a working-class environment, which has traditionally suffered from a lack in opportunity in southern Italy.
The institute operates in an area with a high socio-economic disadvantage and at high risk of drop-out. The percentage of non- admitted to the next class is about 30%, while the percentage of drop-out , formalized or not, is 15%, and the school represents the only real opportunity for growth and practice of active citizenship.
The TZN School Foundation was established in 2015 on the basis of the initiative and 7- year experiences of TZN teachers from Dąbrowa Górnicza. Those experiences were gained through implementation of various projects within such programmes as Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus +; cooperation with several local and EU educational institutions/ organisations, SM companies and NGOs. Despite the fact that the Foundation itself is quiet a new autonomous body, it has strictly supported the formal, informal and non formal education of Techniczne Zaklady Naukowe (school) and other schools in the town. The Foundation has its seat in Techniczne Zakłady Naukowe in Dąbrowa Górnicza. Our organisation was set up for collective purposes. The main aims of it, amongst the other things, is supporting educational processes by: promotion of voluntary work, dissemination of knowledge of human and civil rights; promotion of healthy lifestyle and sports; promotion of cooperation with local authorities and governmental bodies; collaboration with schools, universities, associations, societies both in Poland and in other EU countries; promotion of European integration at the local and national level; supporting the lifelong learning idea amongst the school communities and citizens of the Silesian region; providing access to learning opportunities (by organising and participating in professional workshops/seminars/ internships/ courses); supporting local initiatives in scope of entrepreneurship; promotion of local and national as well as European heritage and culture etc. What is more, our organisation tries to bring the school and local communities together. The Foundation has established contacts and cooperated with SM companies, educational centres, colleges, other non-governmental organisations /institutions which organise trainings, workshops, internships. Amongst the interdisciplinary foundation team, there could be found such people as teachers, trainers, TZN students, graduates, social activists, artists, caregivers.
Budapesti Müszaki Szakképzési Centrum Újpesti Két Tanítási Nyelvü Müszaki Szakgimnáziuma és Szakközépiskolája
UMSZKI /Újpesti Bilingual Technical and Vocational Secondary School/The secondary school -situated in the 4th district of Budapest- has more than 1000 students (14-20-year -old) and a staff of highly qualified 116 teachers. The standard of the teaching and the vocational training is above the average. Many of the students regularly take part in competitions in vocational skills and they usually do them very well. Also, they have a good possibility to enter the labour market.
The staff must assure a competitive training level and make the trainees to be able to find their places, position in such a comprehensive institute. As the school gives a bilingual (some subjects are taught in English/German) education the students have a good language knowledge, which should be used in practice as well.
The English bilingual classes study electronics or informatics, while the German bilingual classes are trained to become mechanical engineers. The Hungarian classes provide knowledge on the field of electronics.
Our students have the appropriate professional and linguistic knowledge for performing a successful project work.