Academic Standing Conditions (For Undergraduate and Associate Students)
Students, who obtain a CGPA of at least 2.00 and take at least 25 ECTS credit courses at the end of any semester, are considered successful.
Students, who obtain a GPA of 3.00-3.49, at the end of the semester with the least regular semester course load, are considered “Honor Students” and those who obtain a GPA of 3.50-4.00 are considered “High Honor Students.”
Students who receive disciplinary punishment may become high honor or honor students with the approval of the Senate even though they obtain the specified grade point averages.
STUDENTS ON ACADEMIC PROBATION AND UNSUCCESSFUL STUDENTS
Students, who obtain a cumulative grade point average between 1.50-1.99 and take at least 50 ECTS credit courses at the end of first grade, will be placed on academic probation. Students, who obtain a cumulative grade point average between 1.70-1.99 and take at least 100 ECTS credit courses at the end of second grade, will be placed on academic probation, and students, who obtain a cumulative grade point average between 1.80-1.99 and take at least 150 ECTS credit courses at the end of third grade, will be placed on academic probation. These students may enroll to upper grade but they are obliged to obtain a cumulative grade point average of minimum of 2.00 in order to graduate.
Students, who fail to obtain the cumulative grade point average specified above at the end of the respective academic year, are considered unsuccessful and they may not enroll to upper grade.
Unsuccessful students, in order to obtain specified cumulative grade point averages, may take courses from current or lower grades they have not taken before, may re-take failed courses, or courses they want to get higher grades for. These students, if approved by their advisors, may take new courses among the Elective Courses, Common Compulsory Courses, and/or General Education Courses and Second Foreign Languages Courses. Such courses will be limited to the regular course load of the respective semester and they cannot exceed a total of two courses.
Unsuccessful students may take courses less than their regular course load with the approval of their advisors.
Unsuccessful students are required to pay the complete tuition fee for the semester.
The semesters that the students repeat courses are included in the maximum education period
REPEATING A COURSE
Students, who have received an FF, FD, NA, W or U in any course, or have not taken a course during the regular semester, needs to repeat it in the first semester the course is offered. However, if approved by the advisor, they can take it in the following semesters as well. If these courses are electives or courses that have been later removed from the curriculum, students can take other courses deemed suitable by the respective academic unit.
Students, upon the approval of the respective advisor, may repeat courses to raise their grades, in which they received a successful grade before, following the semester/s in which they were first taken. For repeated courses, the most recent grade will be valid.
If the course has a prerequisite, students who fail in that prerequisite course, cannot take the course.
Students, who successfully completed At least 120 ECTS credits in an associate degree program, at least 240 ECTS credits in undergraduate program, who have a cumulative grade point average of minimum of 2.00, and met all the requirements, are issued a diploma for the program they registered to, and a diploma supplement that allows the student’s academic and professional competencies to be recognized internationally.