ERASMUS EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Some of the exchange agreements are limited to specific
departments, but students may choose courses at Bilkent from all faculties and
If your university has an exchange agreement with Bilkent
University, you are invited to apply to Bilkent University as an exchange student. If not, the
School of Applied Languages welcomes new Erasmus exchange partners directly.
Students are recommended to apply to Bilkent University by contacting the
International Office of their home universities.
Students who are currently enrolled in a partner university
may apply to attend Bilkent University as an "exchange student".
To apply as an exchange student:
- You should be a full-time student at your home University.
- Your home university and Bilkent University should have an exchange agreement either in the form of Socrates-Erasmus or a general bilateral.
- Your university must nominate you.
- Applicants are required to provide proof of their proficiency in English by presenting TOEFL scores (213 + TWE 4 or above) or other internationally accepted proficiency examination scores (IELTS, FCE, or CPE).
No additional tuition will be asked by the host University. Credits and grades can be transferred after the termination of the study, provided that students pass the courses in the learning agreement.
For further information, please see the Erasmus web page, or call: +90 312 290 1240 (or 290 1241)
E-mail: exchange bilkent.edu.tr
VISITING STUDENTS APPLICATION
International students who wish to spend a semester or a
year at Bilkent earning academic credits toward their home
university may apply as visiting students on a tuition basis. The usual course
load is five (5) courses per semester. Students should submit an application
form, a statement of purpose, a CV, and a transcript. The application deadline
is mid-March for the Fall Semester and in October for the Spring Semester.
The Student Exchange Program gives students the opportunity to study
in Europe for one semester or for one full academic year. Students who have a minimum CGPA
of 3.00 and are currently in their second year are eligible to apply for the
program. Students who will participate in the Erasmus program will receive a grant
from the European Union to support his or her expenses while abroad.
European exchanges are done within the European Union
Erasmus Program and are coordinated separately by each department: Banking
and Finance and Accounting Information Systems.
European Erasmus Partners with both Accounting Information Systems and Banking & Finance: Apply with Department Exchange Coordinator (see below)
Required documents for application (all three programs)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of Purpose
- Application form
For application information, please see the Department Exchange Coordinator: