A student who has been successful in all courses through pursuing the faculty's academic program, increased his/her grade point average to at least (2.00), without having a FD or FF grade and shall be deemed to have met the requirements of graduation by the relevant board decision and be awarded undergraduate diploma stating the name of the faculty/high school and the name of the program.
Students at the graduation stage but who have FD or FF grades from a maximum of two courses and a GPA below 2.00 despite having no failed courses are given the right to take additional examinations. Additional examinations are given for courses from which they have received FF, FD, DD and DC at the end of the relevant semester, the last grade received by the student with respect to any course will be valid when calculating the GPA.
In order to meet graduation requirement, a student is permitted to exercise his right to take additional exams once during his/her education. Students entitled to a diploma shall deliver a non-affiliate document to be obtained from the relevant units to be able to receive their diplomas.
The student who successfully completes the credits required must have gathered 180 ECTS credits, is granted the First Cycle Study Diploma.
Students must complete the minimum required course load and must have the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) specified by the relevant Department and at the end of this program.
The student who successfully completes the credits required as well as the Thesis must have gathered 120 ECTS credits, is granted the Master of Science Diploma.
In the fourth semester the student may start the diploma thesis, only after he/she has successfully fulfilled all the requirements of the Second Cycle Study Programs.
The student who successfully completes the credits required as well as the Thesis must have gathered 60 ECTS credits, is granted the Professional Master Diploma.
In the second semester the student may start the diploma thesis, only after he/she has successfully fulfilled all the requirements of the Second Cycle Study Programs.