Özyeğin University, Çekmeköy Campus Nişantepe District, Orman Street, 34794 Çekmeköy - İSTANBUL

Phone : +90 (216) 564 90 00

Fax : +90 (216) 564 99 99

E-mail: info@ozyegin.edu.tr

International Students

International Students

Tuition and fees are determined annually for each academic year. For current students, future increases in the annual tuition for the subsequent academic years following the admission are determined based on the inflation rate. The tuition fee covers one academic year (fall and spring semesters) and is paid in two equal amounts on the payment dates announced in the academic calendar. Summer school tuition is not included in this fee. The tuition fee does not cover health insurance, dormitory, food or other expenses.

English Preparatory Program students are charged the tuition fee of the undergraduate program they are enrolled in.

The indicative buying rate determined one business day before by the T.R. Central Bank is taken as a basis for TL payments of the fees determined in US Dollars.

Tuition Fees (Annual VAT Inclusive) for International Students in accordance with their year of admission

Year of Admission Programs Offered by Faculties (1) Aviation Management Professional Flight (3) Gastronomy and Culinary Arts (4) Hotel Management (5)
2022 - 2023 14.000 $ 14.000 $ 12.000 $ 14.000 $ 12.000 $
2021 - 2022 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2020 - 2021 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2019 - 2020 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 13.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2018 - 2019 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 13.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2017 - 2018 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 13.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2016 - 2017 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 13.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2015 - 2016 12.000 $ 10.000 $ 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2014 - 2015 12.000 $ 10.000 $ 12.000 $ 12.000 $ 10.000 $
2013 - 2014 7.500 $ (2) 6.500 $ 11.000 $ 8.900 $ 6.500 $
2012 - 2013 7.000 $ 5.600 $ - 5.600 $ 5.600 $

(1) Excluding the programs offered by the Faculty of Aviation and Aeronautical Science.

(2) The tuition is $12.000 for the Undergraduate Law Program, and $ 8.900 for the Undergraduate Architecture and Undergraduate Civil Engineering Programs.

(3) Undergraduate Professional Flight Program students are also charged a separate fee for their required flight training. The required flight training fee is not included in the annual tuition of the Professional Flight Program. The flight training fee must be paid in 3 equal installments at the beginning of the 4th, 6th, and 8th semesters in the undergraduate program.

  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2022, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 54,000 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2021, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 54,000 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2020, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 54,000 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2019, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 54,000 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2018, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 54,000 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2017, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 54,000 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2016, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 45,090 EUR including VAT.
  • For Professional Flight students admitted in 2015, Ayjet Anatolian Stars Flight School, the University’s partner institution, has set the flight training fee as 43,200 EUR including VAT.
  • For students admitted in 2014, the flight training fee is 30,000 EURO including VAT.
  • For students admitted in 2013 and 2012, the flight training fee is 27,000 EURO including VAT.

(4) Undergraduate Gastronomy and Culinary Arts students who will matriculate to their undergraduate program in the 2022-2023 academic year must obtain their uniforms and knife sets at the beginning of the 2nd semester of their freshman year when their culinary courses start. The uniforms will be obtainable from the on-campus bookstore, and the knife sets will be obtained from the University’s contracted firm. The cost of uniforms and knife sets is determined annually. Please click here for the 2022-2023 academic year uniform and knife set fees.

(5) Undergraduate Hotel Management students who will matriculate to their undergraduate programs in the 2022-2023 academic year must obtain their uniforms from the on-campus bookstore at the beginning of the 2nd semester of their sophomore year. The cost of uniforms is determined annually. Please click here for the 2022-2023 academic year uniform fees.

PER-CREDIT TUITION FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO NEED TO COMPLETE AT MOST 18 MORE ECTS IN ORDER TO GRADUATE

Undergraduate students who need to complete at most 18 more credits, excluding internship, in order to be eligible to graduate pay their tuition based on per-credit rating. Tuition per credit is 1/60th of the annual tuition of the student’s current academic program. For recipients of tuition waivers, the tuition per credit will be waived up to the rate of the tuition waiver the student has been awarded.

When determining the students who will pay per-credit tuition in a semester, should it be understood that there are incomplete grades from the previous semester, these courses are deemed to be successfully completed, and any student who has completed 222 ECTS credits excluding internships is included in the group who will pay per-credit tuition in the respective semester. Students in this group are not charged regular tuition that current students need to pay on the tuition payment dates. Therefore, during the course registration period, these students are not required make any tuition payments and unpaid tuition will not preclude them from selecting courses during the course registration period. These students may still select and register for courses during the course registration period, even though tuition has not been paid, yet.

Unlike regular current students, students in this group must first register for their courses for their per-credit tuition to be calculated. As these students’ remaining number of ECTS credits may change if their incomplete grades are replaced with a fail grade for the courses they took in the previous semester, their tuition will be assessed at the end of the course add-drop period based on the total ECTS credits of the courses they have taken for the current semester. Students with per-credit tuition must pay their tuition after the add-drop week during the dates specified in the “Tuition Payments” announcement. In a case in which students take more than 18 ECTS credits, they are charged semester tuition. Students who need to complete at most 18 credits in order to graduate but are still charged semester tuition instead of per-credit tuition may contact their undergraduate program representatives at Student Services.

SUMMER TUITION

Students who plan to attend the summer school must pay a separate tuition. Summer tuition is determined annually by the Board of Trustees for each academic year.

Summer tuition is paid per credit for each undergraduate and graduate course offered during the summer session. Tuition per credit is 1/60th of the annual tuition of the student’s current academic program. Summer tuition is calculated based on the total credits of the courses the student takes during the summer session. For recipients of tuition waivers, the tuition per credit will be waived up to the rate of the tuition waiver the student has been awarded. Summer tuition is paid per credit for each course offered during the Summer session.

English Preparatory Program students who plan to take courses during the Summer Session are charged half of the applicable semester tuition based on their tuition waivers. However, the summer session tuition is waived for students who started the English Preparatory Program at the “A2” level and successfully completed the “B1” level by the end of the Spring semester in their first academic year. These students may attend “B2” level courses free of charge during the summer session. These students also retain their additional scholarship, including cash stipends, or housing, dining, transportation support, during the summer session.