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Erasmus Student Mobility

2017/18 ACADEMIC YEAR SPRING SEMESTER CALL FOR ERASMUS + STUDENT MOBILITY FOR STUDIES (In Turkish)

ERASMUS OUTGOING STUDENT GUIDE (In Turkish)

APPLICATION CRITERIA

Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.20 for undergraduates, and students studying in a masters or PhD degree programme must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50.             

  • Review the Partner Institutions.
  • Check the official websites of the partners and read practical information (academic calendar, course catalogues, accommodation, etc.).
  • Submit your Erasmus Student Application Form and Grade Transcript
  • Apply for FSMVU proficiency exam.
  • If a course taken during the Erasmus programme is conducted in a foreign language except English, students must be able to document their command of that language.           

    All required documents must be delivered to the IRO-Erasmus Unit.

• Application Form          
• Learning Agreement Form         
• Transcript (in English)  
• Student Certificate (in English)  
• 1 passport size photograph

SELECTION CRITERIA

All prospective students must take the foreign language exam administered by the Foreign Languages Department.

Ranking will be based on 50% AGNO + 50% Erasmus English proficiency exam.

Students who are applying to participate in the Erasmus+ program for the second time will be deducted 10 points at the time of evaluations. Erasmus study grant eligibility will be based on the budget allocated by the Turkish National Agency.

Countries are categorized into three different groups based on their cost of living expenses indices. These are the amounts of Erasmus grants allocated for each category of countries.

Please refer to the table below showing the regional mobility grant distribution for the academic year 2017/18. The allocation varies from year to year and is dependent on the EUC and Turkish National Agency's budget proposal.

Group of countries

Host country during mobility

Monthly study grant

Group 1 program countries with higher living costs

Denmark, Ireland, France, Italy, Austria, Finland, Sweden, United   Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway

500 €

Group 2 program countries with medium living costs

Belgium,  Czech Republic,  Germany,  Greece, Spain, Croatia, Cyprus, Luxembourg,  Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Iceland, Turkey

400 €

Group 3 program countries with lower living costs

Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

300 €

Students are also given the chance to participate in the Erasmus+ program without receiving any grant, that is, through their own financial means.

UNIVERSITY APPLICATION PROCESS

Once you have been selected as an Erasmus exchange student, Erasmus Office will contact your host university to nominate you formally.

After confirmation from the host university you must follow your host university's instructions and processes for admission.​

Outgoing students must prepare their detailed Learning Agreement with their Erasmus Department Coordinators. Then they must send the Learning Agreement to the host university’s International Office for coordinators’ official approval.

You can send e-mail the International Office of the host University for questions on application procedures, accommodation and other information in case you cannot find any information on their website.  For questions on courses, contact the departmental Erasmus Coordinator of the host university.

Learning Agreement setting out the student’s study programme at the host university must be provided. Departmental Erasmus Coordinator must contact the host university and request a list of courses available for the relevant academic year. The total ECTS of the courses is required to be 30 for one semester and 60 for two semesters. Learning Agreement should be approved by all parties including the Erasmus Department Coordinator, LLP/Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, the host university abroad and the student. 3 copies of the document must be prepared. Both the student and the Erasmus Department Coordinator must have one of these copies and the other copy must be given to the Erasmus Office.

After a confirmation letter from the host university, a Learning Agreement and a Letter of Acceptance will be sent. These documents will be sent to IRO Erasmus Unit or students’ personal addresses before visa application.

VISA PROCESS

Students are obliged to obtain a student visa for the country they are going for exchange.

The student is required to receive Visa Letter and Confirmation Letter from Erasmus Office.

Each country has different application procedures and requires different documents. Ask the Consulate for the list of required documents for Erasmus+ students




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