Our History


Marmara Private Education Institutions was brought into being in 1985 with the Kindergarten in Maltepe, Istanbul. Following that, in 1991 Istanbul Marmara Elementary School and Istanbul College; in 1993 Istanbul Marmara Science High School; in 1996 Istanbul Marmara Radio Television and Journalism Anatolian Technical High School (now the Anatolian Vocational School) were founded. Thereafter in 1997, T.C. Maltepe University and in 1998 Bodrum Marmara Schools (Bodrum Marmara Kindergartens, Elementary School and High School) in its campus in Bodrum were added to the succession of our institutions. Having taken its place in the education community with the motto of “From Kindergarten to Life” and with the purpose of raising a youth with a “free thought, free conscience and free knowledge” Marmara Education Institutions moved its new place, Marmara Education Village in 1999, which is the biggest and most well-equipped campus of Turkey located on 100 hectares of land with a 30 hectares of 100% earthquake-resistant indoor area. Continuing its education and training life in its new campus here, Marmara Education Institutions has expanded its educational service area in 2006-2007 with the new kindergartens opened in Suadiye, Küçükyalı, Ümraniye, Kartal, Pendik and Bodrum.

With the approval of the Ministry of Education, Marmara Education Institutions founded Marmara Private Anatolian Teacher Training High School in 26 March 2010, still blazing a new trail in education. Marmara Private Anatolian Teacher Training High School has started its education life in 2011-2012 academic year.

Marmara Education Institutions has marked itself out as a structure aiming at actualizing the principle of “from Kindergarten to life” at every stage of education. One privilege of our institution is that it raises world citizens who say hello to education life with kindergarten and internalize the national and universal values with elementary school, high school and university education.         

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