Institute of Graduate Studies Administers Its First Student Admission Exams


Applications to our Institute of Graduate Studies for the Fall Semester of 2019-2020 Academic Year were made in the week of June 24-28, 2019. Student admission exams were held on June 25 for thesis master’s programs, on June 26 for PhD programs, and June 27 for non-thesis master’s programs.

A total of 550 candidates applied to the 18 non-thesis master’s programs offered by our Institute (Family Counseling and Education, Management of Educational Institutions, Human Development and Education, Occupational Health and Safety, Islamic Banking and Finance, Management, Public Administration, Engineering Management, Private Law (English), Private Law (Turkish), Health Management, Management of Non-Governmental Organizations, Medical Law, International Relations, International Trade and Investment Management, Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences, Local Governments and Urban Development, and Managerial Economics) and applications of 286 candidates were accepted.

A total of 1333 candidates applied to the 34 thesis master’s programs of our Institute, which include Forensic Sciences, History and Philosophy of Science, Biological Data Science, Environmental and Energy Systems Engineering, Management of Educational Institutions, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Special Education in Early Childhood, History of Philosophy and Systematic Philosophy, Economics, Elementary Mathematics Teaching, English Language Education, Islamic and Turkish Philosophy, Occupational Health and Safety, Management, Public Administration, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Engineering Management, Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Private Law (English), Private Law (Turkish), Psychiatric Nursing, Management of Health Institutions, Health Management, Art History, Sociology, History, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Physiology, Medical Law, Tourism Management, Turkish Language and Literature, International Relations, International Ottoman Studies, and Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences. 418 of these applications were accepted.

A total of 362 candidates applied to our 20 PhD programs (Nutrition and Metabolism, History and Philosophy of Science, History of Philosophy and Systematic Philosophy, Islamic and Turkish Philosophy, Economics, Molecular Oncology, Molecular Oncology (English), Molecular Biology and Genetics, Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Private Law, Psychiatric Nursing, Political Science and Public Administration, Sociology, History (Turkish), Medical Biochemistry, Medical Physiology, Tourism Management, Turkish Language and Literature, International Relations, and International Ottoman Studies) and 152 applications were accepted.

Accordingly, our Institute received a total of 2245 applications for a total of 72 graduate programs (18 non-thesis master’s, 34 thesis master’s, and 20 PhD programs) and applications of 856 candidates were accepted.