1-How do I register for the university?
Yaşar University accepts students based on the results of YGS and LYS exams carried out by ÖSYM.
To register to programs that accept students based on their talents, you need to pass both the YGS and the special talent exam carried out by Yaşar University.
Vocational school graduates can be exempt from exams to register at Yaşar University, depending on their GPA scores and department preference.
Those who would like to be placed through DGS should know that their preferences are considered based on their DGS score and the availability of the programme they want to study.
2-What is the medium of instruction?
The medium of instruction for all departments is 100% English, except for Faculty of Art and Design, Law School, Vocational School and Vocational School of Law, for which the medium of instruction is 70% Turkish and 30% English.
3-What are the yearly fees?
Admission fees are determined by the board of trustees and announced in the ÖSYM manual yearly.
Depending on the availability of the department preferred, our students can benefit from 100%, 50% and 25% scholarships.
4-What are the conditions for studying a second major or minor degree?
Students studying at Yaşar University and meeting the success requirements as stated in the manual can study a second major and get a second diploma.
Those who are successful in their studies can get a minor degree certificate in an area that they want to study and they are successful at.
5-Is English Preparatory Class Compulsory?
Prep class is a one year mandatory programme. Those who complete the prep class successfully become freshmen in their departments.
Those who pass the Foreign Language Achievement Test (FLAT) at the beginning of the year, or those who have a pass grade as determined by Yaşar University from a national or internationally recognized English exam are exempt from studying at prep class.
Passing grade for the FLAT is:
- 50 for students of Faculty of Art and Design, Faculty of Law, Vocational School and Vocational School of Law, whose medium of instruction is 30% English,
- 75 for students of Departments of Translation and English Literature within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences,
- 60 for all remaining students.
The decision to open summer school is one made by the Senate depending on the number of the students who want to attend summer school. Click here more information. Attending the summer school is optional. All students, including those with scholarships, have to pay for summer school.
Students within or outside the institution can apply for summer school depending on the quota determined by the university.
For terms of application and more information, click here
8- What does ‘excused from education’ mean
In order for students to be excused from education for a period of time, they need to have justifiable excuses approved by the relevant administrative body. In such cases, students can be given leaves for different periods of time. For more information, click here
9- Is attendance compulsory?
Attendance is compulsory. To be able to take the final exam, students have to attend 70% of theoretical and 80% of practical classes.
Prep class students;
Have to attend 90% of the classes in an academic year. Those who do not attend more than 10% of the classes in an academic year lose their right to take the FLAT at the end of the year. Given that they register, these students can take summer school and / or take the upcoming year’s FLAT.
Medical reports are not accepted at Prep Class for missed classes.
Students have 28 hours of instruction per week.