Lateral and Vertical Transfer

LATERAL TRANSFER

Three ways of lateral transfer is possible at the university: Intra-Transfer (Within the Institution), Inter-Transfer Based on GPA (Between Institutions), and Transfer Based on the OSYM Placement Score. Transfers within the institution can be done to any undergraduate program at the university provided the requirements announced annually are met. Internal Lateral Transfers cannot be made to the first and last two semesters of the undergraduate program. To be able to apply for lateral transfer, central placement score of the student which is valid for the score type of the program he/she wishes to be transferred, must not be lower than the lowest undergraduate programs of Universities he wants to be transferred  within the country.

The time spent on study other than the language preparatory class prior to transfer is included to the period of study. Thus, for a student who is transferred from a four year undergraduate program to another four year undergraduate program, total period of study in two programs cannot be longer than seven years. For five and six year programs, this period is determined as eight and nine years respectively.

The second way of lateral transfer is Inter-Transfer Based on GPA (Between Institutions). Rules and Regulations regarding Inter-Transfer Based on GPA is annually announced on the university website during June. For details, Lateral Transfer section on the website should be visited.

The third way of lateral transfer is Intra- and Inter-Institutional Transfer Based on the OSYM Placement Score. ). Rules and Regulations regarding this type of transfer is announced on the university website twice a year: in June and January. For details, Lateral Transfer section on the website should be visited.

VERTICAL TRANSFER

The university accepts students via vertical transfer. You can get information on the quotas and scores from the vertical transfer guide published by OSYM in July every year.