He was born in the province of Alaca in Çorum in 1967. He completed his primary and secondary education in Sungurlu.

In 1990, he graduated from the Gazi Education Faculty of Gazi University. In 1991-1992 he fulfilled his military service obligations. In August 1992, he did an internship in Turkish Language Teaching at TÖMER Language Teaching Center of Ankara University. After completing his internship, in November 1992, he started to work as a tenure Turkish lecturer and Head of Turkish Department at Samsun office of TÖMER. In April 1993, he worked for 9 months in Almaty city of Kazakhstan teaching Turkish to Kazakh diplomats through the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. During his duties in Almaty he conducted some research on Kazakh language and literature. After the end of his duty, he returned to TÖMER. Then, he was appointed to the Anadolu University’s TÖMER Office in Gaziantep and worked there for a year as a Turkish Instructor and the Head of Foreign Language Department.

In 1994, he was appointed as the Head of the Turkish Dialects Department of Anadolu University’s TÖMER Office at Tunalı Hilmi Street in Ankara. He worked as the editor of the Turkish Journal of Dialects and Literature, which was prepared by "Anadolu University TÖMER Turkish Dialects and Literature Department". Ahmet Güngör worked as the chairman of the Scientific Research Council (BILAK) which was established in Anadolu University TÖMER.

He made significant contributions in the publication of the articles of the leading Turkish writers; and also into the preparation and publishing of some special journal editions in the names of language and literary masters of the Turkish World such as famous Kazakhs poets like Abay Kunanbayev and Jambil Jabayev and Kazakh writer Muhtar Awezov; the famous Turkmen poet Mahtumkulu; famous Azerbaijan's poets Bahtiyar Vahapzâde and Ali Shir Nevâi.

Ahmet Güngör focused his scientific studies on the teaching of Turkey Turkish, Kazakh and Kyrgyz languages.

He pursued his Master's degree in the field of Kyrgyz linguistics at Kyrgyz State University (2003), and wrote his doctoral thesis titled 'Euphemism Words about the Names of Diseases in Kyrgyz and Turkish' (2006) in the Department of Turcology at H. Karasayev Bishkek Social Sciences University. Between 1998- 2004, he worked as Turkish Prep Classes Coordinator of Modern Languages Academy at Kyrgyzstan Manas University of Turkey. In 2004-2005 academic year, he offered 'Introduction to Linguistics', 'Interpretation Practices from Kyrgyz to Turkish’ and 'Instant Translation Practices from Kyrgyz to Turkish' courses at Modern Language School.

In 2009, he left Kyrgyzstan-Turkey Manas University and was appointed as a founding lecturer to the Turkish Language and Literature Department at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in Sinop University. He worked at Sinop University between the years of 2009-2012.

In 2012, he started working as a lecturer at Department of Turkish Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts and Sciences in Giresun University. In addition, he founded GRÜ TÖMER and worked as the director there. In 2016, he started working as a guest lecturer at Ahmet Yesevi International Turkish-Kazakh University.

He continues to work on his comparative studies on the idioms in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Turkish languages.

On 26.04.2017, he was entitled as “Professor” by the Regional Social-Innovational University in the city of Chimkent, Kazakhstan, for his contributions to the Kazakh language and literature.

On 06.06.2017, the International Informatization Academy (Almaty / Kazakhstan) accepted him as an academy member and gave him the title "Academic".

He is married and father of three children.

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