Enable the relevant units to perform the necessary work to allow you to benefit from the services provided by the university, promote our university and its activities, maintain educational activities, or conduct scientific research, publishing and consultancy services.Fulfill the obligations set forth by the Higher Education Council (YÖK) and the relevant legislation, in particular the Higher Education Law, and ensure the provision of rights and obligations arising from educational activities within the scope of university regulations, directives and internal regulations.Increase service quality, ensure service continuity, perform listing, reporting, verification, analysis and evaluations to reduce the costs and the workload, produce statistical and scientific data, perform evaluation of educational outcomes and follow-up on student performance, and organize activities, courses, development programs, exhibitions, conferences, workshops, and meetings on or off campus.Protect and fulfill the rights and obligations of students studying at the relevant departments or doing internships within the units at the university or other places outside the university.Inform students about the work areas required concerning university education and training activities, promote them and make offers in terms of continuing the educational and work relations between graduate students and the university.If the student is a member of any of the university clubs, process data to keep records of the associations, foundations, and NGOs with which said club has a connection in accordance with the legislation and share these with authorized public offices and private persons where necessary.Meet the needs of students, employees and short-term visitors staying in the dormitories, lodgings, social facilities, etc. on campus.Fulfill the legal obligations and the requirements or requests of the judicial organs or the competent administrative bodies, including ensuring the safety of life and property of all university stakeholders (students/employees/visitors), or ensuring compliance with the regulations in this context, transfer them to the information processing infrastructures by taking the necessary safety and legal precautions and, for the realization of these purposes, archive data in order to fulfill legal obligations on electronic or physical environments.
Determine and implement the university’s commercial and business strategies within the scope of the university’s business processes in line with its business strategies, manage system and application management operations, financial operations, procurement operations, and legal operations within the university, and execute commercial and legal evaluation processes, legal and commercial risk analyses, legal compliance processes, financial affairs, communication, market research and social responsibility activities.Execute operations within the scope of the university’s Human Resources policies and in accordance with the university’s Human Resources policies, to recruit qualified staff for open positions, fulfill obligations under the Labor Law, the Social Security Law and related legal regulations governing work life and occupational health and safety, and take the necessary measures.Fulfill the rights and obligations of all natural and legal persons and their affiliates with whom the university has a contractual relationship.
a) It is clearly stipulated in the law.b) It is necessary to protect the life or bodily integrity of someone else or the person themselves, who is not in a state to express their consent due to physical impossibility or whose consent has no legal validity.c) The processing of personal data belonging to the parties involved is required, provided that it is directly related to the establishment or execution of an agreement.ç) It is compulsory for the Data Supervisor to fulfill their legal obligation.d) It is publicized by the related party themselves.e) Data processing is necessary in order to institute, use or protect a right.f) Data processing is necessary for the Data Supervisor’s legitimate interests, provided that it is not to the detriment of the related party’s fundamental rights and freedoms.”
a) Article 5, Paragraph 2, or
b) Provided adequate measures are taken, Article 6, Paragraph 3, apply.
a) Has adequate protection.
b) In case there is not an adequate level of protection, if the data controllers in Turkey and abroad commit, in writing, to provide an adequate level of protection and the permission of the Board exists.
a) International agreements of which Turkey is a party.
b) The state of reciprocity related to data transfer between the country requesting personal data transfer and Turkey.
c) The nature, purpose and duration of processing personal data in relation to every tangible personal data transfer.
ç) The related legislation of the country to which personal data will be transferred, and its application.
d) Measures committed by the data controller in the country to whom personal data will be transferred and where necessary, by obtaining the opinion of the related institutions and organizations.
The identity of the Data Supervisor, and, if any, their representative.Why the personal data will be processed.To whom and for what purpose the processed data can be transferred.The method of and legal reason for collecting the personal data.Other rights listed in Article 11.
a) To prevent the illegal processing of personal data.b) To prevent illegal access to personal data.c) To take all sorts of technical and administrative measures to ensure protection of personal data.d) To carry out the required controls or have them conducted at the institute or organization and to ensure that the provisions of this Law are fulfilled.e) In the event that the personal data processed is obtained illegally by others, the Data Supervisor shall notify the related party and the Board of the situation as soon as possible.
To find out whether their personal data has been processed.If their personal data has been processed, to request information in relation to this.To find out why their personal data has been processed and whether it has been used for the intended purpose.To find out who the third parties to whom personal data is transferred within the country or overseas are.To request correction of personal data if it is incomplete or improperly processed and that third parties be informed of the actions taken.To request the deletion or destruction of personal data in the event that the reasons for the processing of the such data no longer exist, despite the fact that it has been processed in accordance with the provisions of this Law and other relevant laws and to request that third parties be informed of the actions taken.To object to the outcome of a result against them made through the analyzing of processed data exclusively via automatic systems.To request the remedy of losses in the event that said person incurs losses due to the illegal processing of their personal data.
a) Name, surname and a signature if a written application.b) Turkish ID no. for Turkish citizens; proof of nationality, passport number or ID no., if any, for foreigners.c) Place of residence or work address for receival of notifications.ç) Electronic mail address, phone or fax number, if any, for receival of notifications.d) The subject matter of the request.