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Kochi University is one of the leading research universities in Turkey and the region. The university is committed to becoming a global research center and is committed to influencing knowledge, technology, economic and social development on a global scale.
Koç University has always been the top winner of the TÜBİTAK (Turkish Science and Technology Research Council) research award. Kos University is also the most successful higher education institution in Turkey to receive ERC funding. As of March 2018, it has coordinated 8 of the 15 projects under construction in Turkey. In addition, Kos University is Turkey's best performing institution (including industry organizations), second only to Turkey's TÜBİTAK in participating in the European Commission's Horizon 2020 funding program. The university currently hosts the Horizon 2020 project worth 10.2 million euros.
Between 2004 and 2017, the university received a total of 761 externally funded projects with a total value of 320 million lire (approximately US$86 million).
The university has 132 research laboratories, 20 research centers and 5 research and education forums.
Koç University’s central campus in Rumelifeneri is located north of Istanbul, overlooking the Bosphorus and the Black Sea. The campus has 60 buildings with a construction area of 230,000 square meters.
The university began operations in 1993 in a converted factory building in Istinye, Sariyer. After the university moved to Rumelifeneri's new home, the Istinye campus was remodeled to make it a high-end conference and training center. Other campuses and locations of the University of Koko include dormitories and residences on the west campus (Rumelifenri, Sariyer), the University Hospital of Koko (Topkapi, Istanbul), Anad (Beyoglu, Istanbul), Kobos ( Ischli, Istanbul), Akmed (Antalya) and Vicam (Ankara)).
The Koç University Suna Kıraç Library has five branches, with approximately 322,000 printed copies, as well as nearly 160,000 e-books and 64,000 online books. The library also holds about 2,000 rare materials in the fields of Ottoman Empire and European history, literature and religion.