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Kültür & Kültür2000 College students wıll attend the nobel prıze award ceremony ın stockholm on Sunday, 10 december 2017

Aiming for its students to have a universal and cultural awareness by taking part in scientific, artistic and sports activities, Kültür College and Kültür2000 College students will participate in The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony within the “Importance of Nobel Prize for Humanity and Nobel Awareness” event.

 


Kültür College and Kültür2000 College aim to develop their students’ vision and scientific culture by bringing them together with people who made history in science. On 8-11 December 2017, we will take part in the Nobel events which will last about a month in Stockholm. 



Our students and teachers will be welcomed by the Republic of Turkey's ambassador to Sweden, Mr. Hakkı Emre YUNT, and share their scientific projects in the embassy building.

9 December 2017
A day before the award ceremony…

Our students, who will have a special interview with Professor Joachim Frank and Professor Barry Barish who were given the 2017 Nobel Prize respectively in Chemistry and Physics at the hall especially booked for them by the Nobel Foundation at the Grand Hotel. This will make Kültür College and Kültür2000 College the first Turkish schools to take part in such an activity.

10 December 2017
We are at the ceremony…

Our students will have the chance to witness the special event “Nobel Prize Award Ceremony” which is organized by Swedish Royal Family.

 

Kültür College aims for its students to have a life in which they will be at the right place in a proper form within the global world. Kültür College’s ultimate goal is to gain its students a contemporary and scientific perspective and interpretation and discussing skills within this context. 

Kültür College Science High School students also won the Honorable Mention Award in the “FIRST STEP TO NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS” competition held in Poland last year.


 

kültür & kültür2000 college students wıll attend the nobel prıze award ceremony ın stockholm on Sunday, 10 december 2017

Aiming for its students to have a universal and cultural awareness by taking part in scientific, artistic and sports activities, Kültür College and Kültür2000 College students will participate in The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony within the “Importance of Nobel Prize for Humanity and Nobel Awareness” event.

 

Kültür College and Kültür2000 College aim to develop their students’ vision and scientific culture by bringing them together with people who made history in science. On 8-11 December 2017, we will take part in the Nobel events which will last about a month in Stockholm. 



Our students and teachers will be welcomed by the Republic of Turkey's ambassador to Sweden, Mr. Hakkı Emre YUNT, and share their scientific projects in the embassy building.

9 December 2017
A day before the award ceremony…

Our students, who will have a special interview with Professor Joachim Frank and Professor Barry Barish who were given the 2017 Nobel Prize respectively in Chemistry and Physics at the hall especially booked for them by the Nobel Foundation at the Grand Hotel. This will make Kültür College and Kültür2000 College the first Turkish schools to take part in such an activity.

10 December 2017
We are at the ceremony…

Our students will have the chance to witness the special event “Nobel Prize Award Ceremony” which is organized by Swedish Royal Family.

 

Kültür College aims for its students to have a life in which they will be at the right place in a proper form within the global world. Kültür College’s ultimate goal is to gain its students a contemporary and scientific perspective and interpretation and discussing skills within this context. 

Kültür College Science High School students also won the Honorable Mention Award in the “FIRST STEP TO NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS” competition held in Poland last year.


 

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