Education at IUE

Scholarships

Izmir University of Economics offers scholarships to students from all around the world to facilitate their education. Click here for more information on scholarships.


Double Major Programs (DMP)

The Double Major Program allows students simultaneously to take courses from another department, in order to gain a second undergraduate degree other than their primary one.
Students who successfully complete the Double Major Program will be eligible to get a second undergraduate degree.
Students can apply to the Double Major Program at the earliest during the third semester of their primary major and at the latest during the fifth semester.


Minor Programs (MP)

The Minor Program is a certificate program that allows students to take a limited number of courses from another department, in order to get educated in an area other than the primary department or program in which they are enrolled. 
Students who successfully complete the Minor Program will be eligible to get a certificate.
Students can apply to the Minor Program at the earliest during the third semester of their primary major and at the latest during the sixth semester.

Department of Public Relations and Advertising, DMP and MP Coordinator:

Sema Misçi KİP

E-mail: sema.misci@ieu.edu.tr

Phone: +90 232 488 83 28


Internships

Students are expected to have internships in order to reinforce, with practical skills, the theoretical knowledge they obtain during their formal education.


ERASMUS

The purpose of ERASMUS Program is to increase the quality of higher education in Europe and to strengthen the European aspect of that education, for the benefit of greater Europe as well as its individual countries.

Click here to view our Erasmus agreements and quotas.
 


Second Foreign Languages Program 

It is extremely important for our students to have knowledge of the political, economic, and international relations of their country, which is in the process of applying for membership in the European Union. It is also important for students of the Izmir University of Economics to learn a second foreign language other than English, so that they may be better able to communicate across the European Union. Therefore, students are expected to choose one of the following “Second Foreign Languages” listed below: