• For youth, the future of Turkey
  • For a healthy society
  • Serving science, culture and arts
  • Fostering social transformation

CALENDAR

Rounded by Sleep

Arter
until January 29, 2023

Ahmet Doğu İpek: A Halo of Blackness Upon Our Heads

Arter
until January 29, 2023

Intersecting Past and Present

ANAMED
until October 17, 2022

Locus Solus

Arter
until December 31, 2022

This Play

Arter
until April 9, 2023

Bill Fontana: Resounding Io

Arter
until December 4, 2022

Josephine Powell Exhibition

Vehbi Koç Evi
June 30,2020-indefinite
SCHOLARSHIPS

18 Schools Academic Achievement Scholarships

Vehbi Koç Foundation across Anatolia…

Academic Achievement Scholarships are awarded to top three graduates of Koç Elementary Schools, built by Vehbi Koç Foundation and then handed over to the Ministry of National Education based on the principle of “Build, Hand Over, Follow Up”, to support these student’s secondary education.

Selection process
Candidates for scholarships are determined by the school principals as 3 original and 3 substitute scholars. Under equal conditions, girls are given priority.

Koç Elementary Schools

  • Bağlar Koç Elementary School
  • Beyazıt Koç Elementary School
  • Beykoz Koç Ortaokulu Elementary School
  • Beylikdüzü Koç Middle School
  • Bolu Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • Elazığ Koç Elementary School
  • Gebze Koç Middle School
  • İnegöl Koç Elementary School
  • İnönü Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • İzmit Ford Otosan Koç Middle School
  • Kayapınar Koç Elementary School
  • Nilüfer Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • Orhangazi Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • Silopi Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • Sincan Koç Elementary School
  • Şanlıurfa Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • Van Koç Elementary and Middle School
  • Yenişehir Koç Middle School

Scholarship continuation requirements

  • To maintain an overall cumulative grade point average of at least 60 over 100, 3.00 over 5, or 2.50 over 4 at the end of any academic year
  • Not to have any failed courses from previous years
  • Not to be benefitting from other need-based scholarships;
  • Not to have a disciplinary record
  • *Falsified declarations will lead to cancellation of the scholarship and may result in legal action for refund of paid amounts.