The Turkish Education Association (TED) University is one of the newest in Turkey, being founded in 2009, and enrolling it first students for the 2012/13 academic year. It is a private non-profit institution. It is located in the centre of Ankara. Its current student roll totals 330 students.
TEDU has three faculties, an English Language School, and a Basic Sciences Unit. It offers programs in Elementary Education, Guidance and Psychological Counselling, Economics, Business Administration, International Relations, Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Architecture, Electronic and Electrical Engineering. The language of instruction is English.
Although a new, and relatively small institution, TEDU is part of the Turkish Education Association, which runs twenty-five schools. The Turkish Education Association was established in 1928, made an ‘Association of Public Good’ by the Turkish cabinet in 1939, and has played a key role in the development of private education within Turkey. TDEU, therefore can count on a long and distinguished background of Educational excellence as it grows and flourishes.