Call for applications: Student Exchange Program - Spring 2014-2015

September 17th, 2014

Epoka University has established academic partnership agreements with some of the most reputable and internationally recognized universities. These partnerships are established to further the mutual interests and to foster and develop cooperation between institutions especially in terms of internationalization.

Parallel to the cooperation in the promotion and facilitation of teaching, research and other activities, Epoka University maintains a number of student exchange agreements in order to offer its students the opportunity to study abroad as part of their education.

In order to carry out the student exchange program, a mutual agreement should have been signed between Epoka University and the other higher education institution. Without this agreement, the student exchange program will not take place. The student exchange program has a duration of one semester.


The general application deadline for the Spring Term is November 21, 2014.

Note: Some of our partner Universities have set their own deadlines for incoming students. In order to meet with their requirement, the IRO at Epoka University will process these applications prior to November 21, 2014. However, students will be informed via email on a case by case basis. 


Any student of Epoka University is entitled to be considered as a candidate for the student exchange program. The departments and the faculties and the Dean of Students have authority to make decision on who is allowed to use their entitlement.

If a student wants to be considered as part of the student exchange programme, this students should comply with the following requirements:

  1. The student should be in the second, third, fourth or - for students of integrated second cycle study programs - in the fifth academic year of his/her education or the student should have completed 60 ECTS and should not be following the final semester of his/her studies;
  2. The student should have a CGPA of at least 2.40 out of 4.00;
  3. The student should fill in the application (Outgoing Student Application Form) form, and submit the form together with the requested documents to the International Relations Office within the announced timeline;



  • Completed application form
  • Academic Transcript
  • Copy of passport or birth certificate
  • Course Coordinator signature on your Credit Approval Form
  • Host University application form and additional documents (to be determined on a case by case basis)

The application file (hard copy) has to be submitted to:

International Relations Office (Main Building, Second Floor)
Phone: +355 4 2232 086 Ext: 1114

*To make a decision on which host university, click on the following link:

**For detailed information on the incoming and outgoing student exchange programs rules refer to the




Media and Public Relations Office

+355 4 22 32 086