Who can benefit from Mevlana Exchange
The students registered in formal education programmes at higher education institutions in Turkey (on condition that the higher education institutions signed a bilateral Mevlana Exchange Protocol) maybenefit from the programme.
Additionally, all academic staff who works in a national or foreign higher education institution, on condition that the higher education institutions signed a bilateral Mevlana Exchange Protocol, may benefit from Mevlana Exchange Programme.
Requirements for Students
In order to be a Mevlana Exchange Programme the following criteria apply:
- The students must be studying at associate degree, bachelor degree, master degree or PhD degree of higher education programmes
- Grade point average (GPA) of associate degree and undergraduate students must be at least 2,5 on a four point scale.
- Grade point average (GPA) of graduate students (MA, PhD) must be at least 3.00 on a four point scale.
- 50% language score + 50% GPA
Terms and Conditions
Students do not pay any tuition fees to the host institution during the programme, but they continue to pay the obligatory tuition fees to their home institutions. They do not pay any extra fee to the host institution within the scope of the exchange programme.
Mevlana Exchange Programme students continue to take their other scholarships and grants in their home countries and they have to do registration in their home institutions. They pay tuition fee to their home institution if they are supposed to and they do not pay any other tuition fee to the host institution.
The scholarship amount to be paid to the Mevlana Exchange students differs according to the life standards of the country of the host institution. Within the context of Mevlana Exchange Programme, the programme students can be paid up to three times of the amount that is monthly paid to bachelor degree students according to the Law no.5102 on Granting Scholarship and Loan to the Higher Education Students and in the ratios determined by Council of Higher Education Executive Board.
Incoming students from other countries to Turkish higher education institutions are granted according to the ratios determined by Council of Higher Education Executive Board.
In terms of the scholarships that will be paid to the students, 70% of the scholarship amount is paid monthly. For the students remaining grant payment, the ratio of total credits of the succeeded courses to the courses that the student is obliged to take as obligatory courses will be considered.
In the case of insufficiency of the funds for Mevlana Exchange Programme, providing the correspondence with other principles, student mobility can be carried out by other scholarships or without scholarship
In the scope of Mevlana Exchange Programme, travel allowance stated in the Travel Expense Law no.6245 may be paid to incoming and outgoing academic staff while travel allowance and additional course fees may be paid as stated in Travel Expense Law no.6245 and article 10 of the Law no.2547. CHE Executive Board is authorized to determine additional course fees due to the countries and titles.
For more information regarding the amount of scholarship, travel and insurance costs please visit: http://www.yok.gov.tr/en/web/mevlana/anasayfa
Department of Foreign Relations is the institutional coordinator and the implementer of the project at TSU
For more information, please, contact:
For general inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tea Gergedava: email@example.com
Natia Kalandadze: firstname.lastname@example.org