Placement Criteria

EVALUATION for ERASMUS+  MAIN CALL

FOR ERASMUS +:TOTAL POINTS = cum GPA (50%) + English Language Score (50%) + Special Condition

Special condition:
- Students who have benefited from Erasmus+ Exchange (Erasmus+ study or Erasmus+ Placement or placed to Erasmus+ or Erasmus+ placement at the time of his/her exchange application) before will receive - 10 points for each mobility.

- Students with disability (+10 points)

- Child of martyr or veteran (must be documented) (+15 points)
- Applying for the Country of citizenship (-10 points)
- Cancellation of mobility after the given deadline for cancellation for all next applications during their study (- 10 points)
- Students who are proteceted under Law No. 2828 (2828 sayılı Sosyal Hizmetler Kanunu kapsamında korunma, bakım veya barınma kararı) (+10 points)

LATE CALL: 
There will be late calls for the remaining slots from the main call. Total points will be calculated as it is in the main call described above. The placement rules will be the same as in the main call.

EVALUATION for GLOBAL EXCHANGE  MAIN CALL

FOR GLOBAL EXCHANGE:TOTAL POINTS = cum GPA (50%) + English Language Score (50%) + Special Condition

Special condition:
Students who have benefited from Global Exchange before will receive -10 points for each mobility

- Students with disability (+10 points)
- Child of martyr or veteran (must be documented) (+15 points)
- Applying for the Country of citizenship (-10 points)
- Cancellation of mobility after the given deadline for cancellation for all next applications during their study (- 10 points)

LANGUAGE SCORE CALCULATION

 For undergraduate students only:  English language score will be calculated by (ENG 101 x 0,4) + (ENG 102 x 0,6) and will be considered as the other %50 of your total point, which will be used for the placementEnglish Proficiency Coefficients.

Important Note: As of 201701 (Fall 2017), English language score will be calculated by (SPS 101x 0,4) + (AL 102 x 0,6) according to the table English Proficiency Coefficients as of 201701.

NEW !!! SPS 101, SPS 102, and AL 102 grades are used to determine the English proficiency score.First, all the grades are converted to 100-scale according to the table below and the average of the highest two scores are calculated to reach at EPC. A student must have a passing grade from SPS 101 to be eligible to apply. Students who do not have SPS 102 and/or AL 102 score(s) at the time of the application, will be assessed as if they attained grade “C” from these courses.
You may read the document in the below link about the new rules for English Proficiency Coefficients (EPC) in
selection & placements of Outgoing Students' for exchange program and also for sample calculations.
Please click for EPC rules for selection&placement criteria and for sample calculations.

Important note for undergraduate students only:  Students who do not have ENG101/SPS 101 score cannot apply for exchange programs. Students, who does not have ENG 102 and SPS 102/AL 102 score at the time of the application, will be assessed as if they attained grade "C" in ENG 102.

For post graduate students only:  Your submitted test scores to SU will be considered as the other %50 of your total point, which will be used for the placement. English Proficiency Coefficients for PG

LATE CALLS

There will be late calls for the remaining slots from the main call. Total points will be calculated as it is in the main call described above. The placement rules will be the same as in the main call.

PLACEMENTS are made by Exchange Programs Committee. Placement rules are as follows:

1-
Students are ranked according to the total score obtained and placed according to their preference order and the quota and conditions of the universities.
2-Agreements have priorities within their faculties (Please check faculty priority section in the online system)

3- For agreements having flexible undergraduate, graduate quotas; graduate students will be on priority. Students having the same total points are ranked by cum. GPAs.

4-Double majors programs: The main program at SU will be taken into account during placements unless students inform IRO regarding placements request considering the second program.

5- Students with the same total score are ranked according to their GPA and order of preference.

6- Following rules will be made for students with the same score and the same preferences with same preference number.6.1. If the Exchange application score and preferences are same, last term grade point average is considered.
6.2. If last term grade points are same, previous last term grade point average is considered.
6.3. If previous last term grade term point average is same, again previous last term grade point average is considered.
6.4. If there is still an equivalency, applications are forwarded to Exchange Committee for evaluation.


 

 

 

 

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