Koç University

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Koç University

Student facts

Istanbul is an emerging global business hub hosting many international organizations and companies such as UN divisions and international law firms due to its strategic location. Considering this advantage, our students have wide variety of career opportunities  in the legal profession and many have had the opportunity to do internships during the LL.M. program at these institutions or firms.

International students

  • United States
  • Pakistan
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bulgaria

Study location

Koç University is located in the northern part of the European side in Istanbul in Turkey, often referred to as the „bridge between East and West“.

Koç University’s main campus in Rumelifeneri (Sariyer district) achieves a striking balance, being accessible for all of Istanbul, while at the same time offering a retreat from the distractions of city life. There are shuttle and public bus services that connect the campus with Haciosman metro station.


Campus dormitories are not offered to LL.M. students however, support can be provided by our International Community Office in terms of available options near campus on a private rental basis.

Club & Society

There are 80 active students club on campus include the Law Students Club. Most of these clubs organize events targeted at bachelor students but graduate students.

Leisure activities

The product of a meticulous, integrated design, Koç University’s sixty academic and administrative buildings include laboratories, a library, dormitories, faculty residences, social venues, a health center and sports facilities.  

→ Full list of facilities

Students can also enjoy the full cultural programming of cinema, concerts, plays and more offered for free at our Campus Cultural Center.

Support for parents/disabled

Koç University has a disability support office that has won in 2019 an award from the Turkish Higher Education Council for the advancements made to make the campus accesible for students with physical disabilities.

Students with learning disabilities can also receive support from the Koç University Office of Learning and Teaching (KOLT).


Koç University now has an alumni community of over 15,900 graduates in Turkey and abroad. There is an Alumni Association that is active in organizing events in Istanbul and other cities in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

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