Students from Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy and Political Science and International Relations departments can apply.Undergraduate students must have at least 2.50 / 4.00 cumulative GPA Students must have at least finished one academic year prior to the start of the exchange period. Students at their preparatory year are not eligible to apply for this call.Non-native English speakers must show proof of English proficiency in the application process by submitting one of the following requirements. TOEFL iBT (internet-based): 80TOEFL pBT (paper-based): 550IELTS: 6.5SAT or ACT examination resultsThe students who are at their last semester are advised not to take part in any study abroad program due to possible complications regarding late arrival of transcript and graduation requirements.
Language Proficiency Document (TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent)Official Transcript issued by Student Academic Affairs Office (LMS/SAP version is not acceptable)
Academic GPA (50%)Language Score (50%)Departmental diversity-10 for previous participation in any Erasmus’ programs within current study levelDisadvantaged students (The statement from a doctor or other relevant authority confirming the special needs should be submitted to the International Relations Office during the application period): +10 pointsParticipation in Erasmus programme in the country of nationality: - 10 points