Our Sinop province with a city population of 53,813 is adjacent to Kastamonu in the west, Çorum in the south and Samsun in the southeast. the north is surrounded by the Black Sea. Sinop has a humid-semi-humid climate with cool winters and warm summers. The hottest month is August and the coldest month is February.
Transportation in Sinop city center is provided by minibuses and taxis. In addition to minibuses and taxis, there is also a shuttle service between the Credit and Dormitories Institution dorms and academic units for our students. Our students can travel from Sinop to other provinces by both highway and Istanbul connected flights. The bus station is in the city center and the airport is only 8 km away from the city center. Transportation is provided by minibuses and taxis.
Bus Station Tel: 0368 260 0304
Airport Tel: 0368 271 4455
Turkish Airlines Sinop Branch Tel: 0368 260 2470
There are dormitories belonging to the Credit Dormitories Institution and many private dormitories open to the service of students in Sinop. Students who do not want to stay in the dormitory can also prefer home life. It is possible to find furnished apartments for rent in the city center for students. At the same time, many buildings used as apartments in the summer in Sinop, which is a tourism city, can be rented by students during education periods.
SEYYİD İBRAHİM BİLAL DORMITORY FOR FEMALE STUDENTS (SİNOP)
Addresss: Osmaniye Köyü Kabraz deresi mevkii Ayancık yolu üzeri İlahiyat Fakültesi karşısı
AYANCIK STUDENT DORMITORY
Phone: 0 (368) 613-46-32.0 (368) 613-46-65
Address : Yalı Mah. Atatürk Cd. No:68 AYANCIK / SİNOP
MAHMUD KEFEVI STUDENT DORMITORY
Telephone: 0216 454 0800
Address : Gelincik Mahallesi Stad Yolu MERKEZ/SİNOP
Phone: 0 (368) 271-4538,0 (368) 271-5261
Address : Osmaniye Köyü Tefnelik Mahallesi No:32
Phone: 0 (368) 315-1987
Address : Çamlıca Mahallesi Çamlıca Caddesi No: 7 BOYABAT/SİNOP
ALAİYE STUDENT DORMITORY
Phone: 0 (368) 260-3837
Address : Kefevi Mah. Yusufaralığı Sokak No:15 SİNOP
All transactions related to sheltering in state dormitories in Turkey is carried out by Credit and Dormitories Institution. For detailed information, you can visit the website https://kygm.gsb.gov.tr/
In our university, monthly menus are planned based on the characteristics of our students, meeting their energy needs, in accordance with the principles of adequate and balanced nutrition and according to seasonal characteristics. The fee for a meal for students is 3.50 TL (the price for the 2020-2021 Academic Year) and free nutrition is provided every year during the education period to our successful students who are not financially suitable.
Our university provides nutrition services to both our students and staff in the cafeterias in our academic units. In addition, our canteens in our academic units are also at the service of our students.
SPORTS AND LIFE
In order to protect and improve the physical and mental health of students and to contribute to their social development, there are sports fields for various sports branches at our university. Our students can spend their free time in these areas as well as participate in various sports teams and participate in various competitions within the university and in the country. There are Football, Futsal, Basketball (male-female), Volleyball (male-female), Judo (male-female), Billiard (male-female), Table tennis (male-female), Badminton (male-female) teams at our university.
There is a gymnasium of 1049.2 m²with a 319 seating capacity, which is open to use for the sports activities of students, academic and administrative staff, suitable for basketball, volleyball, table tennis, billiards and futsal sports. There is an additional building of 546.7 m² and a multi-purpose sports hall in total of 1595.9 m². In the units affiliated to our university; There is astro pitch in Boyabat Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences and Faculty of Fisheries, one for each. There is one outdoor basketball and one football field in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Turkey’s national currency is the Turkish lira. Its abbreviation is TL, the symbol is the ₺ sign. Cash or credit card usage in Turkey is common. Traveler’s checks are generally not accepted. ATMs of almost all banks are common. Most ATMs accept international credit or debit cards. There is information on such ATMs that each bank’s card can be used. There is an English option in the menus of ATMs. International credit cards can be used in many businesses.
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS IN TURKEY
Saturdays and Sundays are weekend in Turkey, government offices are closed on these days. Most places other than official institutions are open on Saturdays. Some of them are open on Sundays. There is public holiday on national holidays, religious holidays and other specific days. Public holidays and dates are:
January 1st : It is New Year’s Day.
April 23rd : It is the opening date of the Turkish Grand National Assembly. It is celebrated as National Sovereignty and Children’s Day.
May 1st : It is celebrated as Labor and Solidarity Day.
19th May: 19 May, which is the departure date of Atatürk to Samsun, is accepted as the starting date of the War of Independence. It is celebrated as the Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day.
July 15th : It is celebrated as the Democracy Day.
30th August: It is the date when the war, which is the last link of the Turkish War of Independence, was won. It is celebrated as Victory Day.
October 29th : It is the foundation date of the Republic. It is celebrated as the Republic Day.
In addition, public holidays are held during two religious holidays. Since religious holidays are celebrated according to the lunar calendar, which is called the Hijri Calendar, they have no fixed equivalents in the Gregorian calendar arranged according to the sun, they come forward 10 or 11 days each year. On both religious holidays, the public holiday starts on the lunch break of the day before the start of the holiday. Ramadan Feast, one of the religious holidays, is three days. Eid al-Adha is four days.
Turkey’s time zone is UTC / GMT + 3.
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
Emergency Service (Ambulance): 112
Police Emergency: 155
Electrical Breakdown: 186
Gas Failure: 187
Military Police Emergency: 156