|موقع الدراسة||تركيا, Istanbul|
|Nominal duration||4 years (240 ECTS)|
|لغة الدراسة||مشترك التركية/الإنجليزية|
|الرسوم الدراسية||US$ 12٬000 كل سنة|
|الوديعة||US$ 1٬000 مرة واحدة|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The rapidly changing competitive world requires individuals who are able to generate, utilize and manage creative knowledge. The main objective of the Undergraduate Business Administration Program is to provide students with a management vision that can blend today’s requirements and tomorrow’s rising values, and to educate senior executive candidates who are able to assume leading roles in business world as well as entrepreneurs who would be the driving force of the economy.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: الإنجليزية / التركية.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
if it is not in English or Turkish, it must be translated
English language proficiency test results if available.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The Undergraduate Management Information Systems Program aims to cultivate top-notch graduates who are able to satisfy the needs of businesses for creating, storing, accessing and sharing information; who possess highly advanced skills and competences to plan, design, put in place and manage the necessary methods, processes and systems required to meet such information needs for either corporate businesses or for their own ventures; and who are capable of identifying, fulfilling and managing such needs by conducting technical, economic and strategic analyses.
The main difference that sets the Özyeğin University Undergraduate Management Information Systems Program apart from other programs is its entrepreneurial focus. Both our Undergraduate Management Information Systems and Business Administration curricula are enriched with , in particular, Computer Science and Industrial Engineering courses offered by the School of Engineering. The Undergraduate Management Information Systems Program not only will make use of this synergy among programs, but also will support other academic programs through its rich curriculum focused on information courses.
The freshman year curriculum will consist of mainly common courses with other programs.
The sophomore year curriculum will cover fundamental courses designed specifically for students of the School of Economics and Administrative Sciences.
In their junior year, students will start gaining expertise in several areas through a set of elective courses. Students will also be encouraged to create and develop new business ideas; and courses will be planned and delivered with an entrepreneurial vision. Students will be provided with a broad understanding of service sectors as of their sophomore year. In their junior year, students will have the opportunity to gain in-depth expertise about different sectors through a broad range of electives as well as company and factory visits, guest speakers and case studies.
In their senior year, students will undertake an applied project and a thesis in their selected tracks that will equip them with in-depth know-how in a specific industry of their choice.
Although the majority of engineering programs in Turkey offer required internships in their curricula, most of the business administration programs do not require internships. However, the Özyeğin University Undergraduate Management Information Systems Program requires students to complete an 8-week internship.
As the program places a strong emphasis on the leading industries in Turkey, we expect the majority of our graduates to serve in one of the financial services, retail services, logistics and transportation, health services, tourism, professional services (consultancy, research-development, communications and information technologies, education), creative industries (advertisement, design, publishing etc.) and public services (public institutions and NGOs) industries. Our graduates will also be highly encouraged by the Startup Factory founded under Özyeğin University to join new Internet-based ventures, which gain popularity in Turkey, either as employees or founding partners.