The Global Study Program is designed to broaden the scope of educational opportunities at Yeditepe. The potential benefits and shared advantages of international dialogue, participation and contribution in mutually established global study programs are multi-layered and reach all levels of the university community both at home and abroad. Our commitment to globalization includes student mobility, faculty mobility, and development and growth in our cooperation with international institutions.

Erasmus ID Code and Fact Sheet

 

FACT SHEET (will be updates soon)

Erasmus Charter

Erasmus Policy Statement

"Yeditepe University, with the vision of becoming a world class university, has set itself the goal of becoming a university compatible with international quality systems within the scope of its internationalization strategy. In this context, Yeditepe University has shown the motivation to become a multicultural university by offering all undergraduate programs in English, both by providing an international vision to its local students and by increasing their participation by offering a wide range of international students. Within this approach, Yeditepe University has been a part of Erasmus Program approximately two decades and is committed to pursuing the existing operations and following the fundamental principles of the program. In order to establish stronger channels of communication to increase cooperation with EU Chartered Partners, Yeditepe University’s digital visibility has been enhanced in recent years which is a major facility/tool for sustainability. In this context, maintaining digital visibility is one of Yeditepe's main objectives. The evaluation of increased awareness and multidimensional understanding enriches the dialogue and exchange between partners and develops new relationships with institutions. The focus of the strategy is not on specific geographical areas of exchange, but rather a wider scope with an emphasis on appropriate collaborators and mutual coordination of viable programs. The aim for a harmonious balance of countries, institutions, areas of study, and other scholarly pursuits is the objective as a greater number of programs will be possible with the overall result of growth and more participation. Yeditepe participates in many EU and Non-EU education fairs, conferences, workshops and seminars. Similar educational activities are organized within campus facilities and offered to partners and to potential collaborators. Global interaction and networking provide feedback to improve and develop existing cooperation. Yeditepe aims to reinforce the quality of student and staff mobility, as well as cooperation projects by participating in the Erasmus Programme as a part of its strategy for modernisation and internationalisation. In that regard, Yeditepe University has been carrying on the studies of Bologna Coordination Commission in the framework of national and international competence. Thus Yeditepe is encouraging both staff and students to participate and be recognized for their gains through mobilities. Goals for student study and training mobility is helping students to increase their professional, social and intercultural skills and employability. Mobility activities for students are highly supported by Yeditepe since learning mobility is one of the main means of internationalization and provides the country with more qualified graduates and it provides Yeditepe students to maintain knowledge, skills, competences and experiences, including personal and social competences and cultural awareness which is an important step for active participation in society and the labour market.
Goals for mobility activities for staff include the engagement in international projects; the reinforcement of high quality standards in education and the educational environment by sharing methods of practical and theoretical training; continuing development of national and regional networking with the intent to expand the knowledge and improve operational mechanisms. More second and third cycle projects are targeted for specific faculties like health and medicine, engineering, dentistry, pharmacy and commerce in order to enhance research and publications; visibility and coordinated rights of property are highlighted for mutual benefit. The same strategy applies towards all regions and countries".
 

Handbook

The Turkish Version of the Handbook can be read here.