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Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The studies at Sabanci are structured more like a liberal arts education. Students take core classes during the first two years of the program.

What are the admissions criteria?

The application period for non-EU international students is from December 15th to February 13th.  The application requires a letter of recommendation, passport copy, transcripts, a minimum GPA of 3.0, ACT scores of at least 24, and SAT scores of 1100–1600 ( for two modules). Applicants from non-anglophone countries or high schools must submit English proficiency test scores. 

What is student life like?

The majority of the student clubs and organizations are conducted in Turkish, but there are student clubs specifically for international students as well.  In addition, there is a buddy program and activities, parties, and events offered through ESN. There are several opportunities and facilities for sports and fitness on campus. • Sports Center (a multi-purpose court for basketball and volleyball, with a spectator capacity of 1,288, 3 squash courts, each meeting international standards, strength systems, and a free weight area; fitness, dance, and table tennis rooms; mountaineering wall; various student club rooms; table tennis area; and four teams; two referee changing rooms with a total of 30 shower capacity)

• Sports Hall (two multipurpose courts for tennis, basketball, volleyball, korfball, handball, badminton, and aikido; two changing rooms with a total of eight shower capacity )

• Artificial Grass Soccer Field illuminated

• Jogging and exercise track around the lake

• Table tennis rooms and bicycle parks at dormitories.

• Tournaments in soccer, streetball, tennis, volleyball, squash, and table tennis; 

• Regular Sports Courses (aikido, capoeira, kickbox, squash, tennis, korfball) and Group Exercise Programs (aerobics, Latin aerobics, step, aero-dance, yoga, pilates, the-bo, body-sculpturing, gym-ball, core-pilates)

• Fitness Program Counseling individual programs, including comprehensive body-fat analyses

• Sports Equipment Borrowing Service (free of charge): basketballs, volleyballs, football balls, tennis, table tennis, and squash racquets. access from internal and internal websites. University Sports Teams 17 university teams, including American football, basketball, handball, soccer, skiing, snowboarding, swimming, table tennis, tennis, and volleyball.”

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Housing options.

Student housing is guaranteed for the first year in two or four-person rooms. Dorms include game rooms, TV lounges, kitchen facilities, Wi-Fi, free laundry facilities, a study room, and weekly cleaning service (including clean sheets).

Dining information

There are four restaurants and a cafeteria on campus, as well as a cafe, Starbucks, and food delivery service.

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