Location: Istanbul / Level: Bachelor / Duration: 4 Years / Language of Instruction: Turkish / Mode of Study: Full Time, On-Site / Tuition Fee: 4.000 USD
Midwifery is a professional profession that has gained a respectable place in societies throughout the ages and includes science and art. In the Department of Midwifery, which started accepting students with 20 students in the School of Health Sciences in the 2007-2008 academic year, today the number of students has reached 206. The purpose of the midwifery undergraduate program is equipped with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that can serve in all areas of the midwifery profession, who can make scientific researches to base their practices on evidence and contribute to the development of the midwifery profession, who can think critically, have a developed problem-solving ability, have assimilated ethical values, respect human rights and freedoms, and life-long to train modern midwives who have embraced the importance of learning. Undergraduate education is given in the department where The International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) basic competencies, European Union midwifery directives (80/154 / eec-80/155 / eec) and abroad programs are taken as an example. The department accepts female students who are high school or equivalent, successful in the student selection exam conducted by the Higher Education Board and enrolled with their numerical score. A student who has started his / her education in a domestic or foreign equivalent program can apply for undergraduate transfer. The program includes basic science courses, behavioral sciences and professional foundation courses. These courses are carried out in the form of theory, laboratory practice and clinical practice according to their content.
In order to graduate from the midwifery undergraduate program, the student must meet the minimum GPA of 2.00, the total ECTS load is 240, all compulsory and elective courses must be taken and successful. Our students graduate in line with the criteria specified in the regulation numbered 26775, which entered into force on February 2, 2008 by the Council of Higher Education, which was prepared in parallel with the directive of the European Union with the number 2005/36 / EC. Those who successfully complete their undergraduate education and training graduate with the title of “midwife”. Graduates of midwifery department, within the scope of their rights and priorities within their professional boundaries, in the relevant units of public and private hospitals / family medicine / community health centers / maternal and child health centers, in public and private institutions serving women with pregnancy and birth experience, in neonatal units, in high-risk pregnancy areas. and they can work in the public health field. In addition, by opening a private cabin, they can work freely, follow pregnant women and give birth. By doing academic work, they can work as instructors in related fields. After fulfilling the criteria for graduate education, they can progress academically by studying at master’s and doctoral levels.