Updated on September 24, 2021.
If such a situation occurs, course delivery methods will be adjusted based on the recommendations from the Ministry of Health, Higher Education Council and the University’s respective councils. All respective parties would be informed accordingly.
Incoming exchange students are expected to attend the program in person. However, students who wish to attend the program virtually will be able to do so. Students are highly advised to contact the Office of International Programs’ team (firstname.lastname@example.org) regarding their decisions before the start of the semester.
If you predict that it might be a case, please notify your contact person at KU (faculty, graduate school, Newcomers’ Office, or the OIP) before the orientation. They can guide you further.
Yes, you can visit in small groups of 2-3 people (usually family members) by first requesting a visit from email@example.com. Campus visits are scheduled for Fridays every week until September 10, 2021 for 30 minutes between 09:30 am and 4:30 pm. You will be sent a confirmation email with instructions on how to reach our campus and how to prepare your HES code. The visits include an overview of campus outdoor facilities and answering questions related to your admission or program of interest. We can connect you via email with one of our current international students if you would like to ask questions from them.
Follow the websites and Instagram accounts of Sevgi Gonul Cultural Center (www.sgkm.ku.edu.tr) and International Community Services Office (www.ico.ku.edu.tr). Make sure that you follow the Instagram accounts of Student Clubs & Societies that you are interested in. Also stay on the lookout for announcements coming through KU Daily.