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Flag of Ege University, as seen on 17 April 2013 at the Selçuk campus - Image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 April 2014
The Ege University (Ege Üniversitesi), established in 1955, is located in İzmir with several branches. It is one of the most important public universities in Turkey, with more than 50,000 students (2011).
The flag of the Ege University is white with the university's emblem in its centre. The emblem displays light blue waves superimposed by a dark blue letter "e". The university's name and foundation year are written in white on the emblem's border.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 April 2014
Flag of Healing University - Image by Ivan Sache, 20 May 2018
Healing University (Şifa Üniversitesi) was established in Bornova in 2010 by the Turkish Medical Foundation (Türkiye Tabipler
Vakfı - TÜTAV). The university was composed of three Schools: Medicine,
Dentistry, and Health Sciences.
In the aftermath of the aborted coup of 15 June 2016, Şifa University was among the 15 universities closed down by the Decree proclaiming the State of Emergency, adopted on 23 June 2016, for alleged links with the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ, the name given to the Gülen movement by the Turkish government). Students were transferred to Ege University.
The flag of the university (photo) was white with the university's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 20 May 2018
Flag of İDÜ - Image by Ivan Sache, 20 December 2017
İDÜ, established on 20 August 2016, is composed of 10 Faculties, 3 Institutes, 1 School and 2 Vocational Schools.
İDÜ was, beyond reasonable doubt, established as the successor of İzmir University, a private university established in 2007 and closed down by the Decree proclaiming the State of Emergency, adopted on 23 June 2016 in the aftermath of the aborted coup of 15 June 2016, for alleged "links with the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization" (FETÖ, the name given to the Gülen movement by the Turkish government). The pathetic denial by the Council of Higher Education could only confirm it.
The flag of İDÜ (photo, photo, photo, photo) is white with the university's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 20 December 2017
Flag of İYTE, two versions - Image by Ivan Sache, 21 December 2017
İYTE (website), established on 11 November 1992, is composed of the Faculties of Engineering, Science, and Architecture, and of the Graduate School of Engineering and Sciences.
The proposal for the foundation of İYTE was prepared by two İzmir parliamentarians – Rıfat Serdaroğlu and Işın Çelebi. This proposal was submitted on 17 June 1992 to the Head of Parliament’s Planning and Budget Commission. The proposal for the foundation of the Institute was accepted by the Commission and the Grand Assembly of Turkey on 3 July 1992 and published on 11 July 1992 in the Turkish official gazette, No. 21,281.
The flag of İYTE (photo,
photo) is white with a simplified version of the university's emblem.
The flag is also used (photo, photo), seemingly to a lesser extent, with the seal-like, official emblem of the university.
Ivan Sache, 21 December 2017
Flag of İKÇÜ, current and former versions - Image by Ivan Sache, 9 January 2018
İKÇÜ is composed of 13 Faculties, 3 Graduate
Schools, 1 School and 2 Vocational Schools.
The university is named for the scholar Kâtip Çelebi (Mustafa bin Abdullah, 1609-1657), aka Haji Khalifa.
A celebrated Turkish historian and bibliographer. From 1622 till 1633 he
was employed in the Turkish army, and had an excellent opportunity of
acquiring information regarding matters of history, geography, etc. He
made the pilgrimage to Mecca, whence his name Hajji (q.v.). In 1635 he
was at Constantinople studying and collecting material for his
encyclopædia. In 1648 he was appointed second assessor in the army
bureau of provisions. From this position he got his second name, Khalfah
(assessor). His works are written in Turkish and Arabic. They include,
besides smaller works:
(1) the celebrated Asāmī al-kutūb wo-al-funūn (Names of Books and Sciences), written in Arabic, and of which Flügel has given a Latin translation with the text, under the title Lexicon Bibliographicum et Encyclopædicum a Mustapha-ben-Abdallah (Leipzig, 1835-58). In this work is given a definition of each science; the titles, contents, language, dates of composition, and translation of more than 25,000 works are specified; also the names of the authors and dates of their death. It is the most complete catalogue in existence of works written in Arabic, Persian, and Turkish;
(2) Ta'rikh kebir (Great History), a history of the world from the creation of Adam to 1655, containing notices of 150 dynasties, principally Asiatic;
(3) a history of the Ottoman Empire from 1595 to 1655;
(4) a history of the maritime wars of the Turks, which has been translated into English (London, 1831).
[The New International Encyclopædia (1905)]
The flag of İKÇÜ (photo,
photo) is white with the university's emblem.
A contest (rules) was organized in 2015 to design a new logo. Deadline for submission was 28 April 2015, the jury was expected to vote on 30 April and to announce the results on 4 May. Whether the today's emblem was selected in this contest is unknown to me.
The former flag of İKÇÜ (photo, photo) was white with the university's former emblem.
Ivan Sache, 9 January 2018
Flag of İzmir University - Image by Ivan Sache, 10 January 2018
İzmir University, established in 2007 by the
Doğanata Education and Culture Foundation, was composed
of 7 Faculties, 6 Vocational Schools and 2 Institutes.
In the aftermath of the aborted coup of 15 June 2016, İzmir University was among the 15 universities closed down by the Decree proclaiming the State of Emergency, adopted on 23 June 2016, for alleged "links with the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ, the name given to the Gülen movement by the Turkish government).
The flag of İzmir University (photo) was white with the university's emblem in the center.
Ivan Sache, 10 January 2018
Flag of İEÜ - Image by Ivan Sache, 11 January 2018
İEÜ (website) was established by Law No. 4,633, published on 14 April 2001 in the Turkish official gazette, No. 24,373. The university was founded by the İzmir
Chamber of Commerce Health and Education Foundation (est. 1988).
Classes started on 22 October 2001; the first lesson was given by
President of Republic Süleyman Demirel on 26 October, following the
official inauguration of the university.
İEÜ is composed of 8 Faculties, 4 Graduate Schools, 2 Schools and 4 Vocational Schools.
The flag of İEÜ (photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo) is white with the university's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 11 January 2018
Flag of Yaşar University - Image by Ivan Sache, 22 February 2018
Yaşar University (website), established in İzmir by Law
No. 4,633 of 29 March 2001, was founded by the Selçuk
Yaşar Sports and Education Foundation.
The university is composed of 9 Faculties, 2 Schools, 2 Vocational Schools and 2 Graduate Schools.
Selçuk Yaşar (b. 1925) is the founder and Honorary Chairman of the Yaşar Holding. Yaşar Holding is made up of more than 21 companies and 2 foundations, and employs approximately 7500 people. Yaşar, who got into business life first in his father's shop, founded the first paint factory of Turkey in 1954. In the following years he invested in many industrial sectors that he had pioneered (brewery - Turk Tuborg, printing ink - Dyosad, UHT stabilized milk - Pınar Süt, compost production - Ege Gübre, bottled water - Pınar Su, integrated slaughterhouse - Pınar Et, fish and seafood farming - Pınar Deniz, holiday resort - Çesme Altın Yunus).
The flag of Yaşar University (photo, photo) is white with the university's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 22 February 2018