Outgoing Students

Our students have the opportunity to spend 1 semester or 1 year abroad within Erasmus Programme, and as long as the quota of our university allows. Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and PhD students can benefit from Erasmus Programme. The only condition for applying for the program is to have 2.20 GPA for Associate Degree and Undergraduate Degree students and 2.50 GPA for Master’s Degree and PhD students. Students who are registered at a bachelor’s degree programme through vertical transfer must have a GPA of at least 2.20/4.00. Students who have a graduation score of at least 75/100 (for first-year students). Assessment is comprised of two parts: 50% of Erasmus English Proficiency Exam Score and 50% of Transcript Score. Those students who gain right to benefit from the programme within the quota of our university receive a grant ranging from 450 to 750 Euro monthly, depending on the country they visit.

Renunciation and Affirmation of Attendance:

If the students who have the right to attend Erasmus Programme want to renounce their rights, they must fill “Erasmus Renunciation Form” and deliver it to our office in 15 days at the latest after Erasmus exam results are announced.

Those students who have the right to benefit from the programme and want to have an education in one of our partner universities must sign “Affirmation of Attendance Contract” and deliver it to our office.

To learn more about Erasmus Programme, please click here 

Erasmus Office is responsible for informing the university about students’ candidacy when they decide which university they would like to study. After the university is informed, students complete their application process considering the application deadlines and the required documents. As soon as the students receive the letter of acceptance, they need to start visa process in the consulate of the country they plan to go.

Once found eligible for the Erasmus+ Mobility, the students are required to submit the following documents to the Erasmus Office:

  • Online Learning Agreement (OLA)
  • Letter of Acceptance  
  • Photocopy of the ID card
  • Travel Health Insurance for Students
  • Photocopy of a Euro bank account book to be issued by Vakıfbank (or a copy of the receipt)
  • Photocopy of the passport (visa page)
  • Transcript

Click for the guide to the Online Learning Agreement (OLA).

Those students whose Erasmus term is over are obligatory to bring their original transcript and Certificate of Attendance when they are returning to Turkey.

Those students whose Erasmus term is over must have the documents below:

  • Final Report Form
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Photocopy of the passport (arrival – departure dates)
  • Transcript

Granting can vary according to years. EU countries are divided into three categories according to their life standards and cost of living. It has been decided to pay different amount of grant for each category.

Monthly Grant Amounts Depending on the Receiving Countries Within the Scope of the 2021 Erasmus Project

Country GroupsHost CountryMonthly Grant (Euro) for LearningMonthly Grant (Euro) for Internship
1st and 2nd Group CountriesGermany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Southern Cyprus, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Greece













3rd Group CountriesBulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, North Macedonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, 







After they get visa, students have to bring the photocopy of the page of their passport on which the visa process is visible. 70% of their grant is put into their EURO account which they open in Vakıf Bank before they go. Final payment will be made according to arrival and departure dates in their passport and upon the examination of the transcript and letter of confirmation which they will get before returning to our country.

If they want, students can participate in the mobilities without grant (as zero-grant students). The applications of zero-grant students are subject to the general assessment procedures with others, and zero-grant students go through the same processes as grant students. Zero-grant students are different in that they are not included in budget calculations, and they receive no grant.