|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Tuition fee||$6,600.00 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Turkish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take verified copies of the entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
For study programmes at the bachelor’s level, Proof of English Language Proficiency is not required for the application. However if you would like to apply for below scholarships, you need to submit the following English Test scores:
For 100% scholarship: Minimum TOEFL – iBT 90,
For 75% scholarship: Minimum TOEFL – iBT 79
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
From Fuzulî to Orhan Veli…from Ahmet Mithat Efendi to Orhan Pamuk…from Mevlana to Ece Ayhan…from Mihrî Hatun to Adalet Ağaoğlu…from Namık Kemal to Elif Şafak…from Şeyh Galip to Gülten Akın…from Yaşar Kemal to Murat Uyurkulak…from Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar to İhsan Oktay Anar…from Vartan Paşa to Haldun Taner…from Nazım Hikmet to Sezai Karakoç…from Necatî to Cemal Süreya…prepare yourself to enter the world of Turkish Language and Literature. In Turkish literature as in all world literatures, similarities and differences of history, geography, and civilization are reflected in words and become words. Turkish Language and Literature offers a creative space for those who want to find hints of our existence and indentity and to investigate the mysteries of this reflection and manifestation.
Our department, being aware of the rich legacy of the Turkish language and its literature, aims to offer a perspective for understanding what is expressed in the language and literature of both the past and the present. We offer a curriculum that shows the importance of the universality and national and local qualities of literature in the philosophical, political, and psychological sense. It is also among our primary goals to examine what meaning literature expresses in the light of other disciplines. While the focus in our department is on Turkish literature, we will also look at other literatures through a comparative approach. While examining literature from the Ottoman period, we’ll also look at Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and Çağatay literature. While studying the modern period, in addition to Western literature, we’ll also look at Iranian, Greek, Japanese, Kurdish, Armenian, Arab, Indian, Urdu, Latin American and other literatures which express a different modernization experience.
Our primary aim is to prepare future critics, literary researchers, linguists…that is to say, our future colleagues. Thanks to our department’s close relationship with the world of publishing, you’ll find work opportunities in the publishing sector. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to be employed by the Yunus Emre Foundation, TIKA, or other organizations that operate at the international level, working as an expert in your field, sharing Turkish culture abroad. Also, it will be possible for you to work as a Turkish teacher in a university.