Passport or Official ID Card (required)
A copy of your passport or national ID card, including the page with additional information or extensions.
High-school Diploma (required)
Copy of high school diploma translated to English or Turkish; if the student did not yet graduate and does not hold a high-school diploma, a statement of his/her enrollment and the academic status from the high school is required. The official diploma however will be requested at the time of registration.
Full High-school Transcript (required)
A full transcript of all high school years translated into English or Turkish with the general grades table; for students still enrolled in their last year of high-school, a statement with their previous semester’s grades.
A recently taken photograph, not older than 6 months uploaded to our EBS system at the time of application in a JPEG format.
University Entrance Exam Scores
National or International university entrance exam, such as YÖS, SAT, ACT, GCE, IB, Matura, Abitur etc, with at least a minimum score acceptable by Yeditepe University.
For Entrance Exam List and minimum acceptable scores please click here
Personal and/or Academic Reference Letter
Letters should not be older than 10 months; or download and have the forms completed: Undergraduate Personal Reference YUUPR , Undergraduate Teacher Reference YUUTR
Language Proficiency Test Results
Certificates such as TOEFL, DELF etc., even if the scores are below the minimum scores required by Yeditepe University which can be seen here. These tests are not required in order to apply and can be provided at the time of registration. Additionally, Yeditepe University schedules Language Proficiency Exams after the registration period for those who did not provide any language test certificate or had a score below the minimum required score. If the students don’t acquire the necessary score in the Language Test for Proficiency Exams, then the student automatically will be enrolled in Preparatory School.
NOTE: Only students that come from a country where the official language is the language of instruction of the program they have chosen and they have completed their education in that language are exempt from providing or taking a Language Proficiency exam.