|Eğitimin verildiği lokasyon||Türkiye, Ankara|
|Türü||Lisans, tam zamanlı|
|Nominal süre||4 years (240 ECTS)|
|Öğrenim ücreti||9.800,00 $ yıl başına|
|Başvuru ücreti||0,00 $ bir defalık|
|Depozito||1.000,00 $ bir defalık|
Lise (ya da daha yüksek)
- Original secondary school transcript
Başvuru kabulü için gereken belgeler aşağıdaki dillerde sağlanmalıdır: İngilizce / Türkçe.
Genelde okulunuzdan uygun bir transkript alabilirsiniz. Koşullara uygun bir transkript alamıyorsanız, belgelerin orijinalleri ile birlikte noter onaylı çevirilerini de almanız gerekmektedir.
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 the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Kesin kayıt tarihlerinde Üniversiteye gittiğinizde yanınızda giriş koşul belgelerinin onaylanmış kopyalarını götürmeniz gerekmektedir.
Atılım Proficiency Exam min 60
|Daha fazla bilgi|
Primary mission of International Trade and Logistics Department is to widen education and research with practical studies and to deepen the knowledge in disciplines of international trade and logistics which one is within the other. Concordantly, our Department merges the notion and the implementation in the fields of international trade and logistics by taking a multi- focus approach in education strategy.
In International Trade and Logistics Department, we have been aiming to train our students as to satisfy the need of the sector and form a high qualified work force which is sufficient for national and international arena, equipped with broad vision and core competence in her/his field with the efficiency to communicate in a foreign language and the capability to analyze/synthesize the sector by providing both national and international internship and research programs enabled with the cooperation between our Department and the private sector.
Even if the International Trade and International Logistics are understood as two seperate disciplines, they are substantially interdependent, supplementary and in a sense indispensable study areas for each other.
Today in parallel with the progress in communication and information technologies, a large number of goods and services in all sectors are in circulation on the face of the globe.
Therefore rising foreign trade volumes, interaction between markets and both country and firm-based competition keeps transforming the traditional trade perception, also makes the logistics discipline which can not be evaluated solely “transportation” with the fact that it provides product/service/labor/information resources between the point of origin and the point of consumption prior to efficiency and optimization. In other words, on the track of the evolution of the world economy tending to globalize and/or regionalize with the 21st century, the concept of internationalization in both firm and industry scale adds a new dimension to trade and makes logistics function vital.
Thus, the international flow of goods,services and investment has become integrated and buoyant since trade and logistics has been the locomotives of modern economies. In a nutshell, anyone who is willing to specialize in international trade practices shall have the know-how about logistics. Hence, the advantage of our students to be trained in both International Trade and Logistics is obvious. And this is why our Department sets its understanding of education in a flexible and progressive frame just like the the disciplines it entreates which refuse single-minded approaches.
In recent years where global invesing activities are becoming intense and Turkey has emerged as an important actor in the international trade area, the need for well-supported work force both in international trade and logistics sectors are more than ever. In this sense, it is aimed for our graduates to meet the qualified work force deficit in our country.
After the education where they develop capability to evaluate and implement all aspects of their field, International Trade and Logistics Department graduates can be employed in a wide range of firms and agencies particularly in those which specialized in export/import and logistics, in foreign exchange and finance deparments of the banks and in customs consultancies with promising positions. Moreover, our specialist graduates can also apply job examinations of the public sector since the legislation in force allow them.