||Regular Education Period
||Maximum Education Period
|English Preparatory Class
|Vocational School Programs (2 year)
|Undergraduate Programs (4 year)
Students who have been unsuccessful in preparatory class in year 1 may continue their education in preparatory class later on. However, the period exceeding 1 year in preparatory class will be deducted from the maximum education period.
Students who do not renew their registration (due to not paying tuition fees and/or not registering for courses) during the maximum education period will not be able to benefit from student rights and this time will be deducted from their maximum education period.
Students can freeze their registration in preparatory, undergraduate and graduate programs for a maximum of two semesters.
If a student is suspended from the university, the duration of the suspension will be deducted from the maximum education period.
Students who could not graduate within the maximum education period will not be expelled from school. These students may register to continue with their education on the condition that they pay their tuition fees. In this case, they cannot benefit from student rights except for attending courses or exams.