The student-centered educational system is our main strategy at Medipol

Welcome to Vocational School of
Ankara Medipol University

Schematic integrity requires getting ready for each open/shut climate regarding the estimations of volume; investigating usefulness thinking about the human components, ergonomics, physiological, mental, and all-inclusive qualities, socio-ecological measures, and sorting out the speculations identified with logical, aesthetic, and specialized ways of thinking.

This association is acknowledged with the coordination of structure, volume, work, singular, society, structure, shading, material, method, time, financial hypotheses, logical, masterful, ecological frameworks on data, capacity, and plan ability.

At the program of interior design, understudies will be prepared as experts with insightful reasoning abilities who can discover answers for inside plan issues by taking client needs in the middle. Also, the interdisciplinary methodology empowers understudies from various divisions to communicate with the notable public and global experts known for their spearheading advancements. Hence in this specific situation, we intend to prepare inside modelers, who are inventive and imaginative; who consolidate the connection of structure and capacity with style; who can deliver the first arrangements by exploiting PC-supported plan and ecological innovation.

The Department of Interior Design aims to educate creative and innovative interior designers who propose aesthetic and unique solutions by means of utilizing the latest computer-aided design technologies, who approach problems within the framework of universal design principles taking into consideration issues like user health and safety. The program also aims to educate interior designers who will be pioneers of professional practice by means of disseminating their knowledge with peers and colleagues.

Students must successfully finish all courses and internships set by the program taking at least 120 ECTS credits in total, to be granted the Bachelor’s degree. Graduation eligibility is determined by academic average score. For this purpose, the sum of the weighted scores of all courses taken throughout the education is divided by the sum of ECTS values.

Graduates can work in public institutions, private sector, research institutes, or universities.