HISTORY

Our vocational high school was founded by High Education Board’s decision dated 15.03.1999. Since 2001-2002 school year, Education started by Leather Process Technology’’ and ‘’Business’’programmes. Since the beginning of 2009-2010 school year, These programmes have been renamed as ‘’Business Management’’ and ‘’ Leather Technology’’

As mission for itself, Our Vocational High School, having aim Our graduates take charge in fulfiling the need of qualified intermediate staff in our country, has determined to train the people Who have ethical values and social responsibility consciousness, are able to give service to ındustry and business sector, have high environmental and social consciousness, are innovator and entrepreneur.
As vision for itself,Our Vocational High School has determined to enable institution to develop by taking trends in vocational and technical higher education in to consideration.

In accordance with the law no 3843 ‘’Law on being given dual education in higher education institutation’’, Our Vocational High School has started to give evening education beside daytime education.
Since 2008-2009 school year, Architectural restoration programme (ın accordance with the council of higher education’s decision dated 07.04.201), Public Relations and Presentation(ın accordance with the council of higher education’s decision dated 22.09.2011)  and Public Finance programme (ın accordance with the council of higher education’s decision dated 29.04.2011) has been opened.In this way,The number of programmes opened increased to four.
Student admission started for public relations and  presentation programme in 2012-2013 school year and started for public finance programme in 2013-2014 school year. Workings for student admission to architectural restoration has been continuing.

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Phone: 0 (236) 816 40 60 - 816 40 62 

Fax     : 0 (236) 816 40 66

Adress   :Celal Bayar University Kula Vocational School Kula / MANİSA 

E-mail  : kulamyo@cbu.edu.tr



 
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