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Celal Bayar University

Celal Bayar University
Motto Health, information, and cultural source of Manisa
Established 1992
Type Public
President Prof. Dr. A. Kemal ÇELEBİ
Students 40,000 undergraduate and graduate
Location Manisa, Turkey
Campus Suburban
Colors Red and Blue         
Mascot Tulip

Celal Bayar University or (CBÜ) is a state university located in Manisa, Turkey. It is one of the largest universities in Aegean Region with close to 25,000 student body and 1,156 faculty members.


  • History 1
    • Name change: Celal Bayar University 1.1
  • Campuses 2
    • Main (Downtown Manisa) campus 2.1
    • Uncubozkoy Campus 2.2
    • Muradiye Campus 2.3
    • Demirci Campus 2.4
  • Organization 3
    • Faculties and departments 3.1
    • Graduate schools 3.2
  • External links 4


Celal Bayar University was first established in 1975 with 3 different two-year degree offering small colleges; Ege University Economic and Commercial Sciences College, Youth and Sports School and Education Institute in Demirci. In 1978 Ege University Economic and Commercial Sciences College was converted to 4-year college statue. In 1982 Manisa Youth and Sports School and Education Institute and in 1987 Manisa Economic and Administrative Sciences College given to under Dokuz Eylul University as 4-year colleges.

Name change: Celal Bayar University

In 1992, with the addition of four new established colleges; College of Art and Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Medicine, School of Health and three other colleges that were under Dokuz Eylul University administration; College of Economics and Administrative Sciences, College of Education and School of Physical Education and Sports and another college that was under the administration of Ege University; School of Tobacco Expertise, and other vocational schools that are in and around city limits of Manisa, Celal Bayar University has started its education. Also, in 1997 university has added another new college, School of Applied Sciences.

University is proud to carry the name Celal Bayar, who is the third president of Turkey.


Celal Bayar University is composed of three campuses; Main (Downtown Manisa), Uncubozkoy, and Muradiye campuses.

Main (Downtown Manisa) campus

Presidential building (administration and international office etc.), School of Applied Sciences, School of Health and School of Physical Education and Sports are all located at this campus.

Uncubozkoy Campus

Mount Sipylus General View
College of Economic and Administrative Sciences, College of Medicine, and Suleyman Demirel Cultural Center.

Uncubozkoy Campus is located just outskirts of Mount Sipylus.

Muradiye Campus

College of Art and Science and College of Engineering are located at the precious newly constructed buildings of Muradiye Campus.

Demirci Campus

College of Education is located in the historical town of Demirci which is 3 hours away from the city.

Manisa is only 18 miles (30 km) to third biggest city of Turkey, Izmir. Once a home for the sons of the Sultans of Ottoman Empire the historical and natural beauty of the city has always been attractive to the people.


Faculties and departments

  • Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
Business Administration, Economics, and Public Finance
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, History, Turkish Language and Literature, and Western Languages and Literatures
  • Faculty of Engineering
Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronical Engineering, Food Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Materials Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
  • Faculty of Education
  • School of Applied Sciences
International Trade, Banking and Finance
  • School of Health
  • School of Tobacco Expertise
  • School of Physical Education and Sports
Physical and Sports Education , Trainer Education, and Sports Management
  • Vocational Schools

Graduate schools

Celal Bayar University has 3 graduate schools that are responsible for the graduate programs.

  • Graduate School of Social Sciences
  • Graduate School of Natural Sciences
  • Graduate School of Health Sciences

External links

  • School's main page
  • (English) History and information
  • International Office

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