In today's world, where industrialization and technology are developing rapidly, electricity usage is increasing day by day and there is almost no area where electricity is not used. In this context, training of qualified technical personnel in the field of electricity is of great importance in terms of developing technology and increasing the added value created in the economy.

The OSTIM Technical University Electricity Program aims to train Electric Technicians who:

  • are equipped with skills to follow scientific and technological developments,
  • have analytical thinking skills,
  • can utilize, interpret and analyze information,
  • meet the expectations of business World and industry,
  • have the ability to work at national and international levels.

The language of instruction is Turkish. The students are provided with the opportunity to study at the Preparatory Program of our university.

Job Opportunities

With the widespread use of renewable energy resources in recent years, the activities of the construction sector have increased along with the urban transformation studies and the rapid development of defense industry technology, the need for qualified Vocational School graduates is increasing day by day.Electrical Technicians do all the electrical work of the institution or company they work for. The students who graduate from the Vocational School of Electricity will be able to find diverse career opportunities which are briefly summarized below:

Employment, Job and Career Areas of OSTİM Technical University Vocational School Electricity Program Graduates

  • Electric contracting companies
  • Institutions operating in the energy sector (private sector firms and TRT, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources etc.)
  • Electrical home appliances technical services
  • Electrical project offices
  • Construction companies
  • Factories producing electric motor machines
  • Enterprises operating in renewable energy sources (wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, biomass gas (including landfill gas, wave, current energy)
  • Electrical installation and lighting systems companies
  • Electricity distribution companies
  • Technical departments of construction work affiliated to universities
  • Technical operation units of large hotels
  • Research and development institutions that manufacture and maintain aviation, satellite and maritime communication systems (TÜBİTAK, ROKETSAN, TAI, ASELSAN etc.)
  • Automotive industry
  • Machinery manufacturing industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Enterprises engaged in hydroelectric production facilities
  • Industrial maintenance and repair shops