Şua graduated from Galatasaray University Faculty of Law in 2004. He began his LL.M. in “Commercial Contracts Law” at Montpellier 1 University, which is well-known in France in the field of Distribution Law in 2005, with the “excellence” scholarship allocated by the French government and completed his studies with the dissertation titled "Le savoir-faire dans la franchise au regard du droit communautaire et du droit turc” (Know-how in franchise contracts under EU Law and Turkish Law). He then studied his Ph.D. also at Montpellier 1 University in 2010 with his dissertation titled "Les effets des réseaux de distribution" (Effects of Distribution Networks). Mehmet ŞUA completed his doctoral thesis under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Didier Ferrier, who is one of the most famous academics in Europe in the field of franchise contracts, with the highest degree awarded to Ph.D. theses in France, namely “Mention très honorable avec félicitations du jury”(High honours with congratulations presented by the Jury). Besides, Mehmet ŞUA, who worked as a research assistant at Yeditepe University Department of Law of Land Commerce between 2005 and 2010, has been an assistant professor at the same Department since 2011.
Asst.Prof.Dr. Mehmet ŞUA, who lectures postgraduate courses regarding Law of Trademark and Design besides Law of Distribution Networks at Yeditepe University Social Sciences Institute, also regularly teaches the course “Le Français Juridique” in addition to the Law of Commercial Enterprises, Law of Negotiable Instruments and Company Law at the Faculty of Law. Moreover, he has continuously taught for 11 years “Law of Trademark and Design” at the Faculty of Fine Arts, besides lecturing International Commercial Law at the Faculty of Business Sciences and courses regarding Industrial Property Law at the Faculty of Engineering.
Asst.Prof.Dr. Mehmet Şua, who presented papers at various conferences regarding the Evalution of the Provisions of Turkish Commercial Code numbered 6102 concerning Agency Contract, the Evaluation of whether Retailers could Demand Portfolio Compensation, Claims for Damages arising from Competition Law, Commercial Advertisements under the Provisions of Consumer Protection Law numbered 6502 and Unfair Competition, Regulations brought by the Law on Chattel Mortgage in Business Transactions, also has been supervising more than fifteen postgraduate theses during every academic year.