Students studying at Near East University Faculty of Health Sciences actualize outstanding success

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Students studying at Near East University Faculty of Health Sciences actualize outstanding success

30.4% of students studying at Faculty of Health Sciences were awarded with Honor and High Honor Certificate

500 students of NEU Faculty of Health Sciences, who were deemed worthy to receive Honor Certificate and High Honor Certificate due to their success in the Spring Term of 2014-2015 academic year and in the Fall Term of 2015-2016 academic year,received their certificates with a ceremony held at NEU Atatürk Culture and Congress Center (AKKM).

According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University, Prof. Dr. Sevinç Yücecan, the Founding Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences, delivered information regarding the issue. “41 students from the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, 23 students from the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, 65 students from the Department of Nursing in Turkish, 14 students from the Department of Nursing in English, and 21 students from the Department of Management of Health Institutions were awarded with High Honor Certificate. 64 students from the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, 54 students from the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, 161 students from the Department of Nursing in Turkish, 26 students from the Department of Nursing in English, and 17 students from the Department of Management of Health Institutions were awarded with Honor Certificate. In Academic Year 2014-2015, the Faculty of Health Sciences opened new departments comprising the Department of Emergency and Disaster Management, Department of Midwifery, Department of Occupational Therapy, and the Department of Audiology. 4 students from the Department of Emergency and Disaster Management, 2 students from the Department of Midwifery, 2 students from the Department of Occupational Therapy, and 6 students from the Department of Audiology were deemed worthy for Honor Certificate” said the dean.

Students studying at Near East University Faculty of Health Sciences actualize outstanding success

30.4% students studying at the Faculty of Health Sciences received High Honor and Honor Certificate

Underlining their commitment in continuing to ensure all contemporary educational opportunities required to cultivate highly trained and skilled healthcare professionals, who are loyal to universal, occupational and ethical values and equipped with solid qualifications with a strong devotion to the ideals of health profession, Professor Yücecan stated that 164 students were qualified with High Honor Certificate and 336 students were qualified with Honor Certificate. “A total of 500 students from our faculty were awarded with high honor or honor certificates. We are so proud. We share this excitement together as Near East University Family” said she.

“Currently 1645 students receive education at our faculty. 500 students, who were qualified for high honor or honor certificates, correspond to 30.4% of the total number of our students. This is a great achievement to be applauded” underlined the dean.