The applications of the candidates who took Higher Education Transfer Exam (YGS) and
Students must complete 3 internships in order to graduate. All students have to work in a professional kitchen for 20 working days in the first and second years and for 60 working days in the third year.
Our department has a cooperation agreement with Les Toques Blanches Lyonnaises which is in Lyon, France. Students, at the end end of their 3rd year, may complete their 60-day obligatory internship in Lyon in hot cooking or pastry/bakery fields in case of approvement of their application by French Chefs. This cooperation gives students an opportunity to gain experience abroad.
The Deoartment has also Erasmus Agreement with Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France and Instituto Politecnico di Guarda in Portugal.
In the first year, students mainly take university compulsory courses. In the second year, most of the courses are related to culinary arts and management. In third and fourth years, students mainly get hands on education.
Department of Culinary Arts and Management (IUE)
Number of Students to be awarded with Full Educational Scholarship (100%): 5
Number of Students to be awarded with Half Educational Scholarship (50%): 8
Non-Scholarship Students: 37
Total Quota: 50
Candidates who can benefit from scholarships are determined as follows:
a) The first 5 students with YGS raw score of 330 and higher are awarded “100% Full Tuition Scholarship” according to the ranking based on the Placement Scores.
b) 50% Scholarship is awarded to 8 candidates who are not in the scholarship rank specified in Article a, and who make a YGS raw score of 250 based on the Placement Scores.
If the scholarship quota cannot be filled with the appropriate candidates meeting the requirements mentioned above, regular students (with tuition) are accepted.
Scholarships continue on the condition that the requirements specified in University Scholarship Regulation are met.