Course Catalogue
· Course schedules are not always available just in time.
· Please check the course catalogue at to make your provisional course choices.
· See the section "information on the programmes" and click on your study cycle (bachelor/master/ doctorate).
· Choose the programme you apply for.
· Click on the course codes to see detailed information about the courses: ECTS credits, language of instruction,
semester information, and course description.
Courses on Bologna page may not run every year and courses are based upon student enrolment. It is strongly suggested to have some reserve choices in case courses are no longer available after you arrive.
· Please note that the Bologna page includes all the courses that might be offered in the semester. Therefore, it serves as a preliminary course schedule. Final course schedules are announced right before the start of the semester by the relevant department.
· You may check the course schedules of the current academic year to have an idea:
Course codes are composed of:
- 3 letters: abbreviation of the name of the department offering the course
- 4 numbers: indicating the levels
(bachelor: 1000-4000, master: 5000, doctorate: 6000)
For example, MAT1051 is a first year and MAT2042 is a second year bachelor course.
MAT5064 is a master and MAT6037 is a doctorate course.
· Students coming for fall semester should choose the courses stated to be offered in fall semester.
· Students coming for spring semester should choose the courses stated to be offered in spring semester.
· Please be aware of the "language of instruction."
· Some courses may be offered only in Turkish or English, some courses may be offered in both.
· If you are mixing courses from different departments/faculties, be aware of the location:
· Yıldız Campus, Beşiktaş
· Davutpaşa Campus, Esenler
· Your home university informs you about the minimum number of ECTS credits you are supposed to achieve during
the study abroad. However, it is suggested to choose 30 ECTS credits per semester.
· You are expected to choose your courses from the department into which you have been nominated. If you cannot
find enough number of credits in the department you are nominated, with the consent of the academic coordinators
at YTU and home university you may take courses from other departments/faculties or lower/upper cycles.
· You may choose courses offered in all years regardless of the year of study at the home university.


· Turkish Language course is offered at different levels for Erasmus students every semester.

· You may add this course to your Learning Agreement: ERA0001 Turkish Language Course 6ECTS

· Further information will be given upon the beginning of semester.
Assessment procedure for each course are usually described and documented in the first lecture. Assessments
vary from class to class. Assessment may consist of a 100% exam or a division of marks between assessments
and mid-term(s)/final examination. Erasmus students are assessed in the same way as all other students on the
same course. This means that you must sit examinations and complete the tasks set by the academic department
offering the course. If you do not, you fail. Regular and punctual class attendance is also compulsory and if you do
not attend the classes as stated by the lecturer, you receive a failing grade due to abscence.