Vocational School of Justice;
It provides quality semi-skilled staff that are needed in various courts, enforcement offices, the Ministry of Justice and other sectors, especially the judicial and administrative judiciary organs in the law and justice service sectors. The curriculum of the Vocational School of Justice, which provides vocational higher education services at the associate degree level, mainly consists of law courses. In addition to these courses, students are also taught courses such as computer, keyboard use, office management techniques, and accounting.
Graduates of Vocational School of Justice work in the central and provincial organizations of the Ministry of Justice as chief clerk, court clerk, bailiff and prison officer. In addition, graduates can find employment opportunities in the banking and finance sector, and in the services related to law in various public and private institutions.