|Study location||Turkey, Istanbul|
|Tuition fee||$9,800 per programme
Tuition is charged in Turkish Lira (TL) to Turkish citizenship admitted candidates and in USD ($) to non-Turkish citizenship admitted candidates.
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Applicants must have B.S. or B.A. degrees preferably in engineering or in sciences relevant to the particular degree program.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Turkish.
At least 2 reference(s) must be provided.
- You should aim to provide 2 academic references but employer references are also accepted
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
One of the most important parts of your application is the motivation letter. Its goal is to introduce your background and support your application. In short, its goal is to answer the question:
Write in a clear and logical manner: remember, the way you write and present yourself says a lot about you. Do not plagiarize as this will mean automatic disqualification from the evaluation process.
Some points that may help you answer this question:
Click here to check our How to write a strong Motivation Letter or Statement of Purpose video on YouTube.
• Personal and Educational Background Information (CV)
The digital revolution has been changing the world and the impact of computing on society is being felt significantly. We aim to advance the knowledge in Computer Science and Engineering and enrich the scope of Computer Science to solve the complex problems of our changing world by applying this knowledge to studies in interdisciplinary fields.
The aim of the program is to provide the opportunity to specialize in computer science and engineering. Those who want to work in the research and development sector in the industry and who want to specialize in the current computer science fields after undergraduate education will be able to benefit from this program.
The program aims for students who have basic introductory undergraduate knowledge in computer engineering to gain advancement and interdisciplinary approaches and methods in the field of computer science and engineering.
Computer Engineering graduate programs provide students the opportunity to develop themselves in the following research areas:
• Artificial Intelligence
• Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
• Computer Architecture
• Computer Networks
• Computer Security and Privacy
• Computer Vision
• Distributed Systems
• Human-Computer Interaction
• Intelligent Interfaces
• Machine Learning
• Multimedia Signal Processing
• Parallel Computing
• System Software
The M.S. program without Thesis option requires that the students successfully complete a minimum of 30 credits (with 10 courses) beyond a Bachelor’s degree. The non-thesis option also consists of a non-credit pass or fail M.S. Project course.