|Term||App Deadline||Start Date||End Date||Cost|
|Academic Year||April 15||mid Sep||mid May||Budget|
|Calendar Year||October 15||early Feb||mid Dec||Budget|
|Fall||April 15||mid Sep||mid Dec||Budget|
|Spring||October 15||early Feb||mid May||Budget|
- Language of Instruction
- English, Turkish
- Foreign Language Requirement
- Class Eligibility
- Graduate, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
- Program Open To
- UA Students
- Credit Type
- Transfer Credit
- Level of Study
- Graduate, Undergraduate
- Housing Options
- Other, Residence Hall
- Program Type
*Applications to this program have been suspended until further notice.*
Boğaziçi University is one of the most respected public universities in Turkey. It’s beautiful, park-like campus is located on a hill overlooking the Bosphorus Strait, or Boğaziçi in Turkish, giving the university its name. All classes are offered in English and students study alongside their Turkish counterparts in every class.
Boğaziçi University is one of the most respected public educational institutions in Turkey. The University began in 1971 on the campus of Robert College, which was established in 1863 as one of the first American schools outside of the United States. This beautiful, park-like campus is located on a hill overlooking the Bosphorus, or Boğaziçi in Turkish, giving the university its name. In keeping with its roots as an American College, all classes at Boğaziçi University are offered in English. UA students participating in this program may select courses from any of the following faculties and schools:
- Arts and Sciences
- Economics and Administrative Sciences
- Applied Disciplines
- Foreign Languages
Turkey is a rapidly modernizing country with both European and Middle Eastern identities. The Turkish people are known for their hospitable nature, Turkish cuisine is famous for its richness and the country offers a rich history.
Straddling the Bosphorus, its skyline studded with domes and minarets, Istanbul is one of the truly great romantic cities and the only one to sit literally on two continents (Europe and Asia). Its history can be traced from Byzantium to Constantinople to its place at the head of the Ottoman Empire. Today it hums as the cultural heart of Turkey. Students can walk the streets where crusaders and janissaries once marched; admire mosques that are the most sublime architectural expressions of Islamic piety; peer into the sultan's harem; and hunt for bargains in the Kapali Çarsi (Grand Bazaar).
Exchange students can apply to stay at the privately run Superdorm which offers coed housing options in 2, 3, or 4-bedroom suites. Individual bedrooms are furnished with a twin bed, a table, an office chair and built-in shelves and cupboards. No linens are provided. Students can either bring their own or buy them from the Superdorm Management.
Students may also choose to make their own off-campus housing arrangements.