On completion of the EEE program at AGU, the graduates will have:
(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, general engineering and electrical-electronics engineering in complex engineering problems
(b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data in order to investigate the complex engineering problems and electrical-electronics engineering problems
(c) an ability to model, simulate and design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
(d) an ability to function efficiently as a member or leader on intradisciplinary and multidisciplinary project teams
(e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve local and global complex engineering problems
(f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, knowledge on standards used in engineering
(g) an ability to communicate effectively
(h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
(i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
(j) a knowledge of contemporary issues and global problems, awareness on the legal consequences of engineering solutions
(k) an ability to choose and use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in Turkey and abroad
(l) an ability to use risk, change and project management techniques necessary for engineering projects, awareness on entrepreneurship and innovation
Find the latest curriculum and course descriptions under: http://eee.agu.edu.tr/egitimProgram2015sonrasi
The Abdullah Gül University applies country-specific eligibility criteria for acceptance into its undegrraduate programs. You can find our full list of accepted certificates and diplomas per country and minimum requirements for each.
But we recommend all candidates to apply with international certificates such as the SAT, ACT, IB, AP, GCE A- or AS-Levels etc. As well as the TOEFL certificate as proof of English proficiency, in order to increase their chances of acceptance.
The following documents are required for applications to AGU's Graduate programs:
* Requested in interviews from the candidates who apply for graduate programs of Architecture.
Candidates may apply with their national High School diploma and/or University Entrance Exam. However, we strongly recommend all candidates to apply with international exams such as the SAT, ACT, IB, AP, GCE A- or AS-Levels, in order to increase their chances of acceptance to the University.
You can find our country-specific list of accepted exams and minimum requirements for each here: http://intoffice.agu.edu.tr/apply-to-agu
Undergraduate applicants should provide the following documents:
a. Highschool Diploma
b. Valid Passport (ID and Validity Date pages)
c. Official ID Photo
d. Last 2 years High School/University Transcripts
e. TOEFL certificate (Not mandatory but strongly recommended. Please send your results via AGU's institutional (DI) code:B426)
f. Others if applicable (Recommendation letters, Awards, Certificates, Medals..)
a) AGU TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS*
AGU wants to put its students in the best possible position to succeed in their studies, by offering the following scholarship to the very best of its newly accepted first year students:
TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS ̶ No Tuition fees will be charged for the entirety of the student's undergraduate studies at AGU (the $800 yearly tuition fee is fully waived and will be deducted from the original Fee Package)
Criteria for the selection of Scholarship awardees include:
International Exams (e.g. SAT, ACT, GCE A-Levels, IB)
High School results
English Proficiency (TOEFL)
Statement of Purpose
These scholarships are awarded to Faculty students only and will cover the entire duration of the program
Scholarship awardees are still required to pay the pre-registration deposit, which corresponds to their yearly housing fee within 7 days of acceptance to AGU in order to secure their position a the University.
A scholarship will automatically be suspended if the awardee does not maintain his/her CGPA above 2.0.
The decision to award scholarships is at the discretion of the AGU Foreign Student Examination Placement and Evaluation Commission.
b) AGU TOP ACHIEVER SCHOLARSHIP*
Every year, among AGU’s international student body, the undergraduate full Faculty student*** with the best CGPA (all years combined) will be awarded a full tuition scholarship**** for the the year following his/her achievement. This scholarship is to be renewed or awarded to another student based on each year’s CGPA results.
*Note: the decision to award any of these scholarship opportunities each year remains at the discretion of the Abdullah Gül University and the AGU International Student Selection Committee.
***Students having spent no time at the AGU School of Languages prior to starting their Faculty courses
****If the student with the best CGPA already benefits from a Tuition Scholarship from AGU, the Top Achiever Scholarship will be transferred to the student with the second highest CGPA result.
More information can be found on the official program website: http://eee.agu.edu.tr/