Denizli is a growing industrial city in the southwestern part of Turkey and the eastern end of the alluvial valley formed by the river Büyük Menderes. Denizli is located in the country's Aegean Region. The city’s population is about 511,751 and has over 30.000 students.


Denizli is frequently visited, along with a number of other Turkish cities, it attracts many visitors to the nearby mineral-coated hillside hot spring of Pamukkale, and with red color thermal water spa hotels Karahayıt. There is also the ancient ruined city of Hierapolis, as well as ruins of the city of Laodicea on the Lycus, the ancient metropolis of Phrygia.


The weather is hot in Denizli in summers, whereas in winters, it may occasionally be very cold with snow on the mountains that surround the city. Some years, snow can be observed in the urban areas. Springs and autumns are rainy, warm with a mild climate.


For detail information use the links below:

Cost of Living



Medical Facilities

Facilities for Special Needs Students


Financial Support  For Students

Student Affairs

Learning Facilities

International Programs

Language Courses


Sport Facilities and Lesiure Activities

Student Associations

Practical Information for Mobile Students