Frequently Asked Questions

Please read the rules on our page that are set by YÖK (Council of Higher Education of Turkey). You can always get in touch with us via as well if you still have any concerns or questions regarding your eligibility.

If you are from countries that require a visa to enter Turkey, you can apply for the relevant visa with your acceptance letter. If you face any difficulties, you can always contact us via our e-mail address –

You should register and apply through our website.

There is no application fee for international students in Doğuş University. You can apply free of charge.

Please click here for the tuition fees and payment details.

Please click here for detailed information about admission requirements for undergraduate programmes.

Please click here for detailed information about admission requirements for graduate programmes.

If you have a problem with this process, please inform us the situation and send the remaining documents via e-mail.

Your application account is saved on the system so rest assured that you can relog into your account and continue your application process anytime you wish.

While recommendation letters or statements of purpose are not compulsory, they nonetheless may strengthen your application.

Usually, the application results reach the candidates within two weeks on average.

If you hold a TOEFL exam result, you should upload the certificate during the online application process. Score required for TOEFL IBT is 72. If not, then you are required to take the Doğuş University English Proficiency Exam (DUIYES) during the registration week.

Yes, International Relations Officers will assist you in this process. You will be informed about the process via email before your arrival.

As long as you reside in Turkey on a student residence permit, you have the "right of work". This right shall start after the first year if you are an associate or undergraduate student while it shall start without time limit if you are a graduate or doctoral student. This service is carried out by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security and you can get detailed information from the ALO 170 information line.

You need to contact Equivalency Unit of the Turkish Council of Higher Education. Please click here for the official website of the Equivalency Unit.

Since Turkey is a part of European Higher Education Area, diplomas taken from Turkish Universities are recognized in European Union countries.