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Students should participate in at least 70% of theoretical classes and 80% of the practical classes during the first five years of the training program and 90% of the activities during the internship period in sixth year.

Students' attendance is monitored in accordance with the rules set by the University. Including a medical report and disciplinary punishment and dismissal for whatever reason; the student who does not fulfill the attendance obligation within the framework of the relevant legislation and Senate decisions shall receive a non-attendance grade.


Every student will be assigned an adviser by the dean's office from full-time faculty members and lecturers.

The advisor tracks the student throughout his/her learning process. The advisor can be replaced only in compulsory situations.

Situations that requires an adviser replacement are described below. When one of them occurs, deanery will assign a new counselor and the student's file and information will be transferred to the new advisor.

A. When the advisor is far away from his/her job in faculty more than 3 months.
B. When the advisor is deceased, retired or no longer working in the faculty
C. When the advisor or the student has a justified request

Exchange students' (Erasmus or other) advisor process is carried out by the National / International Mobility Coordinator of the faculty in cooperation with the Office of the International Relations Office of the University.

Advisors contact their students at least twice in each semester due to fulfill their obligations described below.

a. To counsel to the students about all the education-training processes that will take during his / her university life
b. To help the student in adapting to college life, solving the problems encountered.
c. To check the academic achievement of the student, whether he / she fulfills the requirements of his / her continuing in the curriculum and graduation, monitors the progress, evaluates the process with the student, and gives feedback.
d. To provide information and guidance in student professional development.
e. To make suggestions about the parts that the student needs to improve.
f. To learn about the problems of the student who is stagnated / regressed in his / her academic and social development and to direct them to the centers where they can support if necessary
g. To evaluate the portfolio of the student with at least two times each semester and give feedback
h. To know and follow the most up-to-date regulations and principles related to teaching, examinations and disciplinary regulations
i. To inform students about exchange (Erasmus, Farabi etc.) programs, post-graduate education, Examination for Specialty in Medicine (TUS), foreign opportunities and compulsory service

Opinions and feedback of the advisor are suggestive. The preferences and practices of the student regarding the education and training processes are his/her own responsibility.

The academic calendar is determined and announced by the Senate. The Academic calendar is available here.

All student who has a family member with health insurance from the Social Security Institution can receive health services from all health institutions affiliated with the social security institution until the age of 25. Students who do not have security must apply for insurance at the same institution or get a private insurance. Foreign students can receive health services directly from all the health institutions affiliated with the social security institution if they apply for health insurance with the papers they get from the Immigration Department.

OASIS; is a modular Student Information System that has a modular management system, allows the management of all departments to do its own work, and these structures combine to form the main lines of the system.

OASIS (Organizational & Administrative Student Information System) introduces new approaches to student information system understanding. Completely Web-based system includes revolutionary approaches like inform with SMS (grade and attendance evaluation), access from mobile devices beside course registration, grade entry, receive transcript, etc.

The project which was initiated by the Management Information Systems Department, started in February 2007, was completed and commissioned in September 2008. So far, OASIS's user login process has been completed (all currently active students, as well as the authorities of academic units and student affairs, have been defined.) In the system where the infrastructure is installed, security mechanisms have been established and gradually commissioned.

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The students, academic and administrative staff of our university, members of the Assembly of the Chamber of Commerce of İzmir and its members, founding foundation members and members of the external user status can benefit from our library.

An identification card must be shown during the borrowing process. Members of the university must show student / staff ID cards given by Izmir Economy University and external users have to show member cards issued by the library.

No borrowing is allowed with someone else's card.

The cards issued for external users are valid for 1 year.

All library users are deemed to have accepted the copyright laws and Library Services Guidelines. In case of illegal use of library material, legal action is taken.

Our library is open to all incoming users. External users can borrow materials from the library for one year after applying with an ID or passport and 1 photo and filling the membership form and paying the membership fee (student 45 TL, standard 60 TL).

The IT Department provides VPN services to our students for access to resources of Izmir University of Economics from outside the campus.

VPN connection settings vary depending on the device and operating system you are using.

For computers with Windows and MacOS operating systems, Global Protect VPN software is required to establish a VPN connection.

Detailed information about library services is available at


According to the provisions of this directive;
The duration for scholarships is maximum 1 year in Foreign Language Preparatory Program, and as long as the regular education period in undergraduate programs. Scholarships continue until the end of this period. The period of deferred registration, for students with justified and valid reasons, is added to their maximum scholarship period.

Documentation requests are made through OASIS.

Student certificate is a document showing that the students who enrolled at our university and benefiting from their student rights. Standard form of the Student certificate includes both Turkish and English. If a statement is required to be made in the document, it must be indicated on the application form.

The document shows the courses that the students have taken during their education, grades, credits and grade point on an average semester basis. It can also be arranged in Turkish if requested.

Hazırlık sınıfı öğrencilerinin hazırlık sınıfı süresince almış oldukları derslerin notlarını, devam durumunu, not ortalamasını gösteren belgedir. Belge İngilizcedir.

In our university, Student Affairs Office applies to the military for all the bachelor and vocational school students without students' request. To the male students who received a call from the military are given the copy of the document that sent to The Department of Military Affairs "EK-C2 STUDENT STATUS DOCUMENT".

Document indicating the academic year of study in english preparatory class in the university and the success. This document can be prepared in English and Turkish.

Document indicating the disciplinary status of the student during his / her education at the university. This document can be prepared in English and Turkish.

Document indicating that language of the education of the university is "English". This document can be prepared in English and Turkish.

Students who have CGPA 3,00-3,49 at the end of the semester are considered to be "Semester Honor Student" and those have CGPA between 3,50 and 4,00 are considered to be "Semester High Honor Student". The Student Affairs Directorate announces the list of these students. Students on the list are able to receive their certificates by making their request through the "Document Requests" menu in the OASIS system. (*)

(*)Taking faculty courses less than regular course load, having Failed lessons in the relevant period, missing course load which cannot be completed with Certificate, Minor, Double Major courses, Students who receive any disciplinary penalty cannot be an Honor / High honor student.

What to do in case of loss of ID card;

1. If you lose your card in a university campus; Check whether the Security Department and Student Affairs Directorate find the ID card.

2. If the missing card is not found: In order to prevent the use of your card by others, please send an e-mail to (IT Management) by using the university's e-mail address. Please contact the Student Affairs Office with the Smart Card Request Form.

Receipt showing that you have paid the card fee to the relevant bank account (25 TL-Akbank İzmir Commercial Branch (Branch Code: 836) / IBAN TR34 0004 6008 3688 8000 087223) (The student number and name will be printed on the bank receipt)

Each student is obliged to renew the registration between the specified dates in the academic calendar.

In order for the student to be able to renew his or her registration, it is compulsory that all of the backward payment obligations, including the semester which he / she wishes to be re-register, have been fulfilled.

Registration renewal procedures are not accepted for students who unfulfilled this condition. These students cannot have advantages of student rights.

Students whose registrations are not be renewed during the specified period are suspended. Those who cannot renew the registration cannot enter courses and exams in that semester; they cannot benefit from student rights.

The semester that the student cannot renew the registration is counted from the maximum period of study that is indicated in the Law No. 2547.

Students whose registration is suspended can enroll to continue their study by paying the fee for the academic year in which they are registered, and they are only benefit from student rights in the registered semesters.

The academic standing of the students is determined by calculating the average grade of the students at the end of the semester.

At the end of the first year, students get at least "DD" from the graded courses and "S" from the courses that are evaluated as satisfactory, and if the overall grade average is at least 1,50, they are qualified to take the second year courses. Those who get "FF", "FD", "NA" or "U" grades from the faculty courses other than the common compulsory courses should retake these courses as priority and then continue to the second year. Those who have a CGPA at least 1.50 and get "FF", "FD", "NA" or "U" from common compulsory course can take these courses in addition to the regular courses until the end of the third grade.

At the end of the second year, students who take at least "DD" mark from the graded courses and "S" from the courses that are evaluated as satisfactory, and who have an overall grade average at least 1.70 can take the third year courses. Those who have "FF", "FD", "NA" or "U" grades from the faculty courses outside the university courses should retake these courses as priority and then continue to the third year. Those who have a CGPA at least 1.70 ; can take university courses in addition to the normal course load if they have the grade "FF", "FD", "NA" or "U" from these courses until the end of the third year.

Students who get "DD" grade and have a CGPA at least 2.00 can take the fourth year courses at the end of the third year. Those who get "FF", "FD" or "NA" grades should retake these lessons as priority and then become entitled to take the fourth year.

The fourth and fifth years are evaluated together. Those students who get at least "DD" mark from the courses in these years and has CGPA is at least 2.00 are entitled to pass the sixth year (internship period). Courses with grades of "FF", "FD" or "NA" in the fourth or fifth year are obliged to retake it until they are successful.

Sixth year internship practice segments are evaluated based on satisfactoriness. Students who get an "S" grade from all of their practices in this year become qualified for graduation. Students who get a "U" grade are obliged to retake this course until assessed as successful.

The average grade is determined by dividing the sum of the course scores obtained by multiplying the ECTS credits and the coefficient of that grade by the total ECTS credits of the courses registered and taking part in the grade averages. If this process is done for the courses taken in one semester, average of semester grades is obtained; if this process average is done for all the courses taken up to that time, the general grade average is obtained.

In case that the grade average is calculated during the course that is retaken is existing, the latest grade taken from this course is considered. Courses that are retaken are indicated in academic transcript.

The coefficient, score and status of the grades included in the GPA are given below;

Score Course Grade Coefficient Status
90-100 AA 4,00 Successful
85-89 BA 3,50 Successful
80-84 BB 3,00 Successful
75-79 CB 2,50 Successful
70-74 CC 2,00 Successful
65-69 DC 1,50 Academic probation
60-64 DD 1,00 Academic probation
50-59 FD 0,50 Unsuccessful -Fail
49 and below FF 0,00 Unsuccessful -Fail

The NA (non-attending) grade is given by the instructor to the students who does not attend the course and/or do not meet the requirements of course practices. For the calculation of the average grade, the coefficient of NA note is accepted as 0.00 (zero).

The disciplinary work and procedures of the students are carried out according to the provisions of the Disciplinary Regulations of the Higher Education Institutions and other relevant legislation published in the Official Gazette dated 18/8/2012 and numbered 28388.

Detailed information is available at

Students who willing to return to the University; may froze their registrations with the decision of the Faculty Administrative Board due to an excuse that may be justified and valid. Students may apply for a registration freeze in the case of a documented justified and valid excuse determined by council of higher education in the context of health, economic, family, military, personal, academic, training abroad, unforeseen incidents and so on.

Student registrations can be frozen for up to two semesters in the foreign language preparation class and six semesters in the faculty. These periods may be exceeded with the decision of the University Administrative Board when it is necessary. Registration freezes are not counted during the maximum period of study.

Students who want to freeze their registration must submit a petition with the documents about freezing and apply to the Dean within two weeks following the start of their classes.

Applications are not put in process after the expiration of these periods, except compelling reason.

In order for the registration freeze request to be processed, the tuition fee and other obligations related to the relevant semester must be fulfilled. The payment will be deducted from the first semester fee for the student's education in case of freezing.

Students who have freeze their registration continue to study at the end of the registration freezing period by taking normal semester registration. However, students who have frozen their registration with a health excuse; must prove that they will be able to continue their education within two weeks before the start of the semester with the medical report from the relevant specialist physician.

Basic Medical Sciences Associate Degree: Those who cannot complete medical education; Associate Degree diplomas are issued according to the principles of "Regulations on Associate Degree Bachelor's Degrees or Orientation to Vocational Schools" published in the Official Gazette dated 18/3/1989.

Students who do not take the exam due to a justified and valid excuse accepted by the Faculty Administrative Board considering the principles determined by the council of higher education, are entitled to an make-up exam.

Application for excuses; shall be made to the Faculty within three business days after the date of the end of the excuse. The excuse status of the students is evaluated within the framework of the relevant legislation in the Faculty Administrative Board and the principles set by the Senate.

Students are considered to be absent within the period covered temporary debarment due to disciplinary action and health reports and students cannot enter the educational activities and exams during this period.

Before the end of the health report period, a new health report must be documented that indicates the student's health condition has improved so that he/she can enter the presentations, sessions, applications and / or exams.

A new make-up exam cannot be prepared for a student who has an excuse accepted by the Faculty Administrative Board yet not attend the exam.

A student who does not enter the examination without an excuse accepted by the Faculty Administrative Board shall be assumed to have used his / her right of participating in the examination.

Students will submit their objections to exam results to the Dean’s office within 3 business days after the results are announced. The relevant instructors review these objections and the after the application of the instructor’s request for correction; Faculty Administrative Board makes a decision.

In the event that any mistake related to the course notes announced by the Student Information System is made, the Faculty Administrative Board shall decide the correction request after the application of the instructor.

Material errors related to the grades given after the final examinations must be corrected until the beginning of the next semester course registrations.


1. 1. If there is an objection to the question of the student / instructor;
a. Apply to the Course Coordinator by completing the Question Objection Form.
b. The course coordinator sends the subject to the instructor who prepares the questionnaire.
c. Instructor; evaluates the subject communicated by the course coordinator from a scientific point of view and transmits the opinion to the Course Coordinator.
d. The course coordinator examines the objection, lecturer's opinion and makes the decision.
e. If there is a cancellation or correction of the exam question, necessary changes / corrections are made on Bb.
f. The Course Coordinator writes a justified decision under the question objection form and sends it to the faculty secretary for archiving.
 2. If the student has an objection to the test and the result, he / she must fill out the 'Reasonable Appeal Form' in the 3 (three) working days from the announcement of the result and send it to the Course Coordinator.
a. Scoring and calculations are controlled by the course coordinator.
b. If there are any material errors, corrections and changes are made.
c. If there is no change in the subjects mentioned in the objection form, the student will be notified.
d. If there is a change, it put on the agenda of the management board and announced or otherwise registered
e. The Course Coordinator writes a justified decision under the question objection form and sends it to the faculty secretary for archiving.