QUESTION: Within the scope of Academic and Scientific Cooperation Protocol between Gazi University and Embassy of the State of Libya, I want to enroll in one of the undergraduate and graduate programs in your university. Does your university give an acceptance letter?
An acceptance letter is not given to the students within the scope of protocol by YUDAM office. The students who are accepted within the scope of the protocols haven’t had any problems in the process so far. International students who want to study in Gazi University with their own facilities are required to contact with the respective departments.
QUESTION: What are the graduate programs deemed equivalent by Institute of Higher Education (YÖK)?
Please click for legislation about the diploma equivalency http://www.yok.gov.tr/web/denklikbirimi
Candidates who graduate from Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry and other health-related programs are required to have an equivalency certificate from Institute of Higher Education (YÖK).
The students within the scope of the protocols enroll in the programs according to the respective legislation of Institute of Higher Education (YÖK).
QUESTION: How are the candidates in the undergraduate programs and their applications evaluated?
The requirement of admission of international students who want to be a student in an undergraduate program with their own facilities, required documents for application, tuition fees, program quotas, the reference addresses and the contact details for admissions, admission-assessment-enrollment calendar and required documents for enrollment are announced in the university’s website www.gazi.edu.tr in the framework of decisions taken in the university senate.
The students within the scope of protocols are required to meet the same necessary conditions like international students.
QUESTION: Are there any graduate programs offered in foreign languages?
For now, there aren’t any graduate programs offered in foreign languages, but there are some plans to open some graduate programs offered in foreign language in the future. For details please contact to the respective department.
QUESTION: Is the Turkish Proficiency Certificate for Undergraduate/Graduate Programs required?
Yes, it is required for undergraduate/graduate program candidates. Turkish Proficiency Training is given in Gazi University TÖMER and candidates can attend the training paying the fee. They should have at least C1 level certificate. In the application, the Turkish Proficiency Certificate taken from TÖMER or the Turkish Proficiency Certificate taken from another institute but approved by TÖMER can be accepted. For details, please visit TÖMER website.
Address: Gazi Üniversitesi TÖMER Eti Mah. Ali Suavi Sok. No: 15 Maltepe/ANKARA
QUESTION: How is the application of the candidates who have completed a three-year-program after the high school education and graduated from the program?
The students have to take the “recognition” document from Institute of Higher Education (YÖK). In addition to the recognition document, other documents will be evaluated by the respective department.
QUESTION: Is foreign language score for undergraduate students required?
It is required in the programs given in English for international students. For details, please contact to Directorate of Students Affairs.
For the undergraduate students within the scope of protocol it is not required.
QUESTION: Is the requirement of foreign language score (55) in the graduate programs applied in this context? If so, which exams are accepted?
International students who want to study in the graduate programs in Gazi University with their own facilities should meet the requirements specified by the respective institutes. For the graduate students within the scope of protocol it is not required.
QUESTION: How many courses are taken in the graduate programs?
Students must take 7 courses, not less than 21 credits in the master program. Students must take at least 8 courses, not less than 24 credits in the doctoral program.
Information is updated within the scope of legislation.
You can find updated information in the respective institutes’ websites.