• Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and its Sub-Departments
  • General Directorate of Water Management
  • General Directorate of Fisheries and Aquaculture
  • General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works
  • General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks
  • Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change and its Sub-Departments
  • Ministry of Industry and Technology
  • Fisheries Research Institutes
  • Teachers in Maritime High Schools
  • National Food Reference Laboratory Directorate
  • Academics in Universities
  • Mayors’ Offices
  • Aquaculture Enterprises
  • Aquaculture Processing Plants
  • Aquaculture Facilities Design, Manufacturing and Supply Companies
  • Consulting and Project Offices
  • City Aquariums
  • Environmental and Food Laboratories
  • Environmental Research, Monitoring and Contracting Firms
  • Food and Feed Enterprises
  • Development Agencies

Our Faculty, which conducts scientific studies on a national and international scale in various fields such as the management of our aquaculture resources with a conservationist approach in order to ensure the sustainability of our aquaculture resources and their healthy transfer to future generations, the development and proper use of fishing tools and equipment for sustainable fishing, the processing of aquaculture products, the reduction of pollution elements in marine and inland waters, and educates the human resources required in these fields, namely Aquaculture Engineers, is waiting for you, our valuable students, with its staff consisting of experts in the field with 40 years of academic experience in Sinop, the pearl of the Black Sea.

The number of graduates that our faculty has given in our Undergraduate Program and our Departments under the umbrella of the Institute of Science and Technology since 1984 – 1985, when our faculty started its education and training life

Aquaculture Engineering Program (Undergraduate)1831
Master’s DegreePhD
Aquaculture and Processing Technology5733
Aquaculture Basic Sciences385
Aquaculture       6834

Number of Students in the 2023 – 2024 Academic Year: