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Specific Admission Requirements:

 

Entry into higher education in Turkey is through The Student Selection Examination (ÖSS). The placement into most of the first cycle degree programmes is made solely  based on the scores obtained from this exam. Students taking the exam make their choices of degree programmes, and send their list to The Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM), which is affiliated to The Higher Education Council (YÖK). The ÖSYM receives all the applications, group the applications with  respect to the score type (such as languages, literature, science, and social sciences),  list them from the highest score to the lowest, list all the available degree programmes based on the demand for them, and places the students with sufficient scores to one of the selections they have made. 

 

Students willing to enrol to the Faculty of Fine Arts, School of Physical Education and Sports and The State Conservatory are subjected to general and as well as special conditions defined by the University’s Senate with the related Boards’ opinions. For such programmes,  the ÖSS is a partial prerequisite for placement, and the students willing to continue education in these fields are required to show their skills in the field, which is checked via an exam carried by the related faculty. The final list of students is decided by adding up a pre-determined percentages of the ÖSS score and the local exam.

Students having the right to enrol will do their registrations on certain dates, usually the first week of September. Students that meet the above mentioned conditions and have a valid excuse can do their admission registration through their relatives or family.

Students who have started studies and achieved credits in other universities within or outside of the country may apply for their recognition. The recognition record is unique for each student and therefore the procedure is carried out accordingly before the start of each academic year.