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

2015-2016 Scholarships

2015-2016 Scholarships

Özyeğin University awards the following tuition waivers to newly admitted undergraduate students. Tuition waivers awarded at the time of admission are called “Admission Scholarships”.

2015 - 2016   Admission Scholarships

Below are the brief descriptions of the admission scholarships awarded to newly admitted undergraduate students:

Full Scholarship  : Full tuition waivers 
50% Scholarship : 50% tuition waiver
25% Scholarship : 25% tuition waivers

Scholarship Upgrades and Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Students placed to Özyeğin University through central placement with full tuition waivers are also eligible for additional scholarship opportunities, provided that they ranked among the top 10,000 in the score type of their program, listing Özyeğin University among their top six university preferences.

RankingMonthly Cash StipendsHousing, Dining Scholarships (*)
Top  100840 TLHousing + Dining Scholarships 200 TL
101 – 1000630 TLHousing + Dining Scholarships 200 TL
1001 – 5000420 TLHousing + Dining Scholarships 200 TL
5001 – 10.000315 TLHousing + Dining Scholarships 200 TL

Cash Stipends: Transportation and meal plan support is awarded for a period of 9 months between October and June.
(*)Housing Scholarship: Provides an exemption from the lowest housing fees for students who wish to stay at the OzU dormitories, or monthly transportation support of 300 TL   for students who do not wish to stay at the OzU dorms. Monthly transportation request needs to be made to Student Services. The scholarship is awarded for a period of 9 months between October and June.
Recipients of International Diplomas (IB, Abitur etc)  who ranked their undergraduate program at OzU among their top six preferences (*)

  • Tuition waivers of students placed to OzU with 25 % scholarship are increased to 50%.
  • Tuition waivers of students placed to OzU with 50% scholarship are increased to 75%.

(*) Students Holding International Degrees (i.e. IB, Abitur) 

  • Students holding an IB diploma with a diploma score of 32 or better
  • Students holding an ABITUR diploma with a diploma score of  2.3 or better
  • Students holding a MATURA diploma with a diploma score of 2.0 or better
  • Students holding a MATURITA diploma with a diploma score of 80 or better
  • Students holding a FRENCH BACCALAUREATE diploma with a diploma score of at least 14 (In the case of diplomas issued by high schools in Turkey, a diploma score of at least 70, provided that the diploma is equivalent to French Baccalaureate),
  • Students who completed at least 3 courses with at least a Grade 4 within the scope of AP Programs 

Other than tuition waivers, students are not entitled to all of the additional scholarships listed above. Only the highest additional scholarship to which a student is entitled is awarded.

Term and Continuity of Admission Scholarships

Admission scholarships are non-refunded. Also, admission scholarships are not merit-based and will continue to be awarded regardless of students’ academic standing.  Admission scholarships are valid for six academic years for those who attend the English Language Preparatory Program prior to their undergraduate programs, and for five years for those who directly start their undergraduate programs so long as  that students attend their classes and have a clean discipline record.

Students who fail to renew their registration and/or interrupt their undergraduate studies without the approval of the university, or who renew their registration but receive a disciplinary action or fail to attend classes, and/or who exceed their maximum period of time allowed to maintain their scholarships will lose their scholarships.

Additional scholarships (cash stipends, dining, housing and/or transportation support)  will continue as long as students achieve at least a cumulative GPA of 2,50 out of 4,00 at the end of each academic year. Failure to do so will result in the loss of additional scholarships in the subsequent semester. However, additional scholarships may be reinstated if students succeed to meet the requirements again.

Support Scholarship for Graduate Studies

Students who were placed in their programs ranking among the top 2000 and graduated from Özyeğin University with a Cumulative GPA of at least 3.65 will be supported to pursue their doctoral studies. Among such students, those who are admitted to a doctoral degree program without scholarship by one of the top 20 universities in the Shanghai Jiao Tong (www.arwu.org) university ranking will be granted with a non-refunded scholarship of USD 40,000  for their first year. 

Tuition Waivers for Children of Martyrs/Veterans

Özyeğin University awards additional tuition waivers at the rate of 20% to children of martyrs or veterans. To be eligible, students must have been placed by OSYM in the undergraduate programs of Ozyegin University with partial or no scholarships, ranking in the central university examination among the top 20,000 students in their respective programs. Eligible students are expected to present necessary documents to prove their circumstance.

Term and Continuity of Scholarships Awarded to Vertical Transfer Students

Scholarship are non-refunded and cover the Fall and Spring semesters.

  • Scholarships are awarded for a maximum of two years to students who attend the English Preparatory Program.
  • In the case of students who directly matriculate to their undergraduate programs, scholarships are awarded throughout the student’s regular period of study plus for an additional year.
  • It is important to note that scholarships received can only be sustained provided that students do not receive any disciplinary action and attend classes regularly.
  • Students who do not renew their registration and/or interrupt their undergraduate studies without the approval of the university, and who exceed the maximum period of time allowed to maintain their scholarships, or who fail to complete the English Preparatory Program by the end of their second academic year will lose their previously granted scholarships.