What is Erasmus? Who can apply? Application Form

1. The student must be a full-time student enrolled in a higher education program at any of the formal education levels (associate, bachelor, master, doctorate) within our University.
2. Academic grade point average of the student should be at least 2.20 / 4.0 for associate and undergraduate students and 2.5 / 4.0 for graduate and doctorate students.
3. There must be sufficient ECTS credit load for study mobility. (According to the European Commission's ECTS Guide, 30 ECTS credits for an academic semester and 60 ECTS credits for an academic year.)
4. If the Erasmus + and Lifelong Learning (LLP) period has benefited from higher education mobility activities within the current education level, the total duration with the new activity should not exceed 12 months.
It is compulsory for the applicants to take the foreign language exam to be held by the University.

1. Academic achievement level (50%): 50% of the grade point average that the student has submitted to our Coordinator at the application date. (It will be determined according to the equivalence of the grades in the 4-up system in 100-up system.)
2. Language level (50%): 50% of the 100 points of the foreign language exam made by the relevant departments.
3. 10 points will be added to the total score of students with disabilities who will benefit from the Erasmus + Program (provided that the disability is documented).
4. 15 points will be added to the total scores of the martyrs and veterans who will benefit from the Erasmus + Program.
5. 10 points will be added to the total score of the students who have been granted protection, care or housing decisions within the scope of Social Services Law No. 2828. (For prioritization, the student must submit a letter from the Ministry of Family and Social Policies indicating that there is a protection, care or housing decision under Law No. 2828.)
6. Applicants who have previously benefited from the Erasmus + Program (with or without a grant) will be deducted from their total score by 10 points.
7. The total score of students participating in mobility in the country of citizenship will be reduced by 10 points.
8. If the student whose correspondence for mobility and all procedures have been completed waives his / her right without force majeure (the student submitting the force majeure has to document), the student's total score will be reduced by 20 points if he / she applies to Erasmus again.
9. For students selected for mobility, if the student does not attend the meetings organized by the International Relations Coordination Office for mobility without excuse, the student's total score will be reduced by 5 points if he / she applies to Erasmus again.
Students can participate in activities without grant. Grants without a grant are also subject to general evaluation along with other applications and go through the same process as the grant students. The difference of the non-granting student is that the student is not included in the budget calculations and is not paid. The absence of a grant is not a justification for the student not being involved in the selection process.
All assessments of the Presidency of the European Union Education and Youth Programs Center (Turkey National Agency) for the period about which publishes the "Erasmus + Key Action 1: Learning mobility of individuals Handbook for Higher Education Institutions" is carried out according to the rules laid down.