Head of Department : Lect. Phd. Dr.A.Selçuk KÖYLÜOĞLU

Erasmus Coordinator : Lect. Phd. Dr.A.Selçuk KÖYLÜOĞLU

Farabi Coordinator : Lect.Osman EŞMEN

Mevlana Coordinator : Lect.Osman EŞMEN

ECTS Coordinator : Lect. Phd. Dr.A.Selçuk KÖYLÜOĞLU

About :

The foreign trade department, can design appropriate strategies to trade in competitive conditions, Turkey's capable of positioning of goods and services in the international arena, that well the structure of the international financial institutions, is a department that trains experienced professionals who can contribute to the national economy by analyzing different financing options.



Vision :

In the light of science, education and training and scientific research to be done in our country, technological, economic and social areas to contribute to the level of contemporary civilization.



Mission :

As intermediate staff and middle level manager in import-export companies, banks and other financial institutions, chambers of commerce and industry, insurance, customs and foreign trade consultancy institutions. aims to educate graduates.



Purpose :

Will be able to work as qualified intermediate staff, assistant manager or mid-level manager needed in the foreign trade departments of public and private sector enterprises, can work as a B-certified Customs Consultant assistant in customs consultancy, can open and operate business in foreign trade area on his own behalf, work in foreign exchange departments of banks and in international logistics. to train individuals who can act as operational officers in their companies, use communication technologies effectively, produce creative ideas and succeed in social relations.



Language of Program :

Turkish



Definition of Program :

Foreign Trade Program offers two-year associate degree education after high school education. Approximately 60 students are admitted to the program. Students must take and pass all compulsory courses in the program.



Admission and Registration Requirements :

Candidates must have high school diploma and are accepted in accordance with the relevant legislation of YÖK.



Recognition of Previous Education :

Foreign Trade Program offers two-year associate degree education after high school education.



Graduation Requirements :

In order to obtain an associate degree in the field of Foreign Trade, students must successfully complete all required and elective courses (equivalent to 120 ECTS in total) and have a minimum GPA of 2.0 out of 4.00.



Assessment and Evaluation Regulations :

In order for each student to register for the courses at the beginning of the semester and to take the final exam, at least 70% of the courses and 80% of the applications must be continued. Students are subjected to at least one midterm and final exam for each course. The contribution of midterm exam (homework, laboratory exam, quiz, etc.) to the success grade is 40% and the final exam is 60%. All exams are evaluated over 100 points. Students who get one of the AA, BA, BB, CB and CC letter grades from a course are considered successful in that course. DC and DD are conditional successful grades. In order to be successful in a course in which the student receives DC or DD, the general weighted GPA must be at least 2.0.



Employment Oppurtunities :

Graduates can work as managers or experts in various institutions (banks, companies' import, export and financing departments, international logistics companies, intermediary institutions, insurance companies, etc.) operating in foreign trade and finance sectors. Our graduates can also be employed in the positions of the related public institutions (Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Customs and Trade, Capital Market Board etc.). However, graduates can become assistant customs consultants.



Access to Further Studies :

Candidates who have successfully completed the associate degree education can study in undergraduate programs provided that they get a valid grade from the Vertical Transfer exam. These programs include Banking, Banking and Finance, Labor Economics and Industrial Relations Economics, Economics and Finance, Economics, Business Administration, Business Information Management, Business Informatics, Logistics Management, Capital Market, International Finance, International Business, International Trade, International Trade and Finance, International trade and logistics.