Farabi

Shortly called “Farabi Exchange Program”, Student and Faculty Member Exchange Program between Higher Education Institutions is a student and faculty exchange program among university and higher technology institutes that provide education at the associate, undergraduate, graduate and doctorate levels. Farabi Exchange Program aims for students or faculty members to continue their education and training activities in a higher education institution other than their own institutions for one or two semesters. The principles regarding the implementation of the Farabi Exchange Program are determined in detail by the Regulation and Principles and Procedures.

Farabi (871-950)

He was born in Farabi, Turkestan, in 871. He traveled to important science centers of the time such as Bukhara, Baghdad, Damascus, Cairo, Harran and Aleppo. He has written works in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, logic, political science and music. In the Islamic world, he has a great reputation in comparison with Aristotle, who was called Muallim-i Evvel (First Teacher), and is called Muallim-i Sani (Second Teacher). He is known as "Alpharabius" in the Western world. He died in Damascus in 950.

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