Bilkent University was founded on October 20, 1984, by İhsan Dogramacı and admitted its first students in 1986. To meet the expanding needs of the university, construction has continued throughout the years since the admission of the first students. Buildings and facilities today include the faculties and the departments, research centers, modern classrooms, state-of-the-art science and engineering laboratories, art studios, the Computer Center, the Health Center, gymnasiums and a semi-olympic indoor swimming pool, dormitories, faculty housing, cafeterias and restaurants, the Bilkent Concert Hall for Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, the Odeon outdoor auditorium which hosts 4,000 people, an elementary school, a secondary school, a preschool and nursery.
The faculty is comprised of academic staff from over 34 different countries. Most of them were working in prominent universities in North America and Europe when they received offers from Bilkent University. According to ISI Citation Indexes, Bilkent ranks high among universities in Turkey in the number of published papers per faculty member.
Bilkent University ranked 16th in the QS Emerging Europe and Central Asia Rankings (2020) and 82nd in the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings (2019). Bilkent has also been named as one of the Turkey’s highest-ranked university in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings (2020).
With world-renowned scholars among its faculty and top-notch facilities throughout its campus, Bilkent continues to attract many of Turkey’s brightest students and is proud of its 50,000 alumni pursuing successful careers in five continents.
In parallel with Bilkent University aim to promote excellence in research and teaching, Bilkent University Faculty of Law was established in 2002.
The trainees are expected to:
i. Contact with international scholars and institutions working in the field of human rights law,
ii. Update the web site of İhsan Doğramacı Bilkent University Center for Human Rights Studies and Research,
iii. Conduct legal research in the field of human rights law.
TRY 400.00 per week
Human Rights Law - General
English - Good
-Good level of German, French or Italian is preferable.
-This application is open to both undergraduate and graduate-level applicants (Undergraduate candidates should be in their senior year).
-Knowledge of web design is an additional asset.
-Please keep in mind that, due to COVID-19 restrictions the candidate(s) should produce a valid vaccination passport.