Science, Culture and Art activity held at Fatih College


Date posted: May 10, 2014

Near the end of 2013-2014 academic year, Fatih College held a large scale activity with the participation of 25,000 students from 106 colleges.

The event which was attended by thousands of students and parents was held in Maslak district. Students presented their projects in area of science, art and culture. Moreover, folk dance, song were performed for the guests.

Fatih College, which is known with its success at international science olympiads, awarded students who were ranked at the olympiads.

Source: Cihan , May 10, 2014


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