Istanbul is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. A mix of cultures and backgrounds fused together in one city, it is a city where one can truly experience Middle Eastern and Western cultures all at once. From fashionable boutiques of Nisantasi to the merchants of the Covered Bazaar, this busy city is home to many people from very diverse backgrounds with the commonality of its rich history.
Turkey's geography makes it a wonderful blend of peoples and places. Magnificent scenery along the Bosphorus has drawn people from the ancient world to the contemporary. Istanbul, comprising both the European and Asian sides of the Bosphorus is a stunning amalgam of sights and sounds. Thousands of years of history are combined with a vibrant, modern and exciting city unlike any other in the world.
Istanbul has a borderline Mediterranean climate and humid subtropical climate with a temperature in September ranging from 26 degrees Celsius (78 degrees Fahrenheit) to 17 degrees Celsius (63 degrees Fahrenheit).
100 meters above sea level.
Istanbul is located in northwestern Turkey within the Marmara Region.
All professionals and students are encouraged to dress business casual.