Students who wish to withdraw from the University must fill out the University Withdrawal Request Formand submit it to the Student Services Office. These students must also fulfill all of their outstanding obligations to the University, if available.
Students who cannot complete their education within the framework of the rules determined by the registered level or the regulations that the program depends on are withdrawn from the University. University withdrawals are carried out in accordance with the principles determined by YÖK (Higher Education Council) and Senate within the framework of the provisions of Articles 44 and 46 of Law No. 2547. Students who are withdrawn from the University must also fulfill their outstanding obligations to the University, if available.
In order to be eligible to withdrawal from the University, students must have no outstanding debts against the University, and must have returned all items and equipment issued for their use by the University in good working condition. Students who submit their University Withdrawal Request Form to Student Services Office may check online whether there are any obligations they need to fulfill via the Student Information System (SIS) -> Other Operations -> Liability Control -> Student Liability Observation screen. The enrollment of the students who place a request to withdraw from the University and confirm that they have no outstanding obligations they need to fulfill are are terminated as of the date they complete their obligations to the University. The original documents given to the University by the student during the enrollment process are returned, and they are refunded for any extra payment they have made, if available.
Current students who duly renewed their semester registrations but subsequently submitted a request to withdraw from the University are refunded at the rates below for the tuition and fees they paid. However, after the specified deadlines below have passed, students are not refunded:
a) 90%, if the withdrawal application is submitted by the end of the 1st week following the start of classes, b) 75%, if the withdrawal application is submitted by the end of the 2nd week following the start of classes, c) 50%, if the withdrawal application is submitted by the end of the 3rd week following the start of classes, d) 25%, if the withdrawal application is submitted by the end of the 4th week following the start of classes.
Newly enrolled students who request to withdraw from the University anytime between the date of registration and the end of the first semester must pay the tuition for that semester. Such students are not refunded the tuition they previously paid.
Summer school students who withdraw from the university or the Summer School are not refunded even if they duly paid their summer school fees and registered for courses.
Should students withdraw from the University within the add-drop period announced in the Academic Calendar, all courses for which the student registered are dropped for the given semester. In the case of students who withdraw from the University after the end of the add-drop period, courses that have not been assigned final grades are denoted with a (W) on the student’s record indicating the student withdrew. However, courses that have been assigned final grades are recorded with the assigned grades.
Additional Notification for International Students Enrolled Under the International Student Quota:
International students are required to obtain a residence permit from the Directorate General of Migration Management for the duration of their education in Turkey, and the residence permits that have been expired must be extended.
In accordance with the Article 35 and Clause 11 of the Regulation on the Implementation of the Law on Foreigners and International Protection, the University is obliged to inform the Directorate General of Migration Management of international students, whose registration status is changed. Within this scope, students, whose active student status has changed due to withdrawal from the University, graduation, becoming a non-registered student and taking an academic leave of absence are notified to the related unit, and following this procedure, residence permits of those students are canceled by the Directorate General of Migration Management.
Students, whose residence permits are to be canceled, should contact the Directorate General of Migration Management to extend their permit and if they wish to obtain more detailed information.
Students can also have access to more detailed information about residence permit from our website.