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Turkey’s experience of a dynamic period in terms of foreign direct investments in the last 10 years resulted in a fast transformation in the fields of accounting and auditing at most. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), International Auditing and Valuation Standards and the new Turkish Commercial Code have been revolutionizing conventional accounting approaches to date.

On the other hand, reporting, which is one of the fundemantals of accounting, is no longer an internal process for companies. Through the diversification of the ownership structure of companies and overseas operations, reportings for varied bodies have significantly changed and diversified. The single way for adapting to the new era is certainly to have an education which will allow you to be able to catch academic background and international vision in these fields.

Programme structure

The course load of the program consists of a total of 10 courses and a final Project. 7 of the courses are core courses and 3 of them are elective courses. Elective courses are designed to assist the students to specialize in the areas of their interests and career plans and are offered in a variety of areas such as advanced financial reporting, managerial/accounting, internal auditing, IFRS applications.

After completing the course load, a student must also submit a final Project to graduate. The final Project, which is supervised by a faculty member, requires the student to put into application the skills acquired through his or her course work.

The duration of the Accounting and Auditing Graduate Program is minimum three semesters. However, in consideration of the time restrictions of students, the program is designed in a flexible manner, allowing them to arrange their own schedules. Students are required to register in at least two and at most four courses per semester. Students are expected to complete the program in six semesters at most.

An accounting and auditing professional needs to be aware of the relevant accounting terms and applications both in Turkish and English. Therefore, the courses are conducted in Turkish, however the study and other supplementary materials may be submitted in English.

Courses are held between 19:00 and 22:00 on weekdays and between 10:00-16:00 on Saturdays at the Santral Campus.

Apply now! Commence year 2019
Application deadline
Sep 1, 2019 23:59
Europe/Istanbul time
Studies commence
Nov 4, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States