Ankara University provides education through associate (two-year) degree programs, and undergraduate (bachelor degree) programs through its 15 faculties, 2 vocational schools, 9 colleges and a state conservatory. Graduate level education is provided by its 13 graduate schools. As of June 06, 2013, Ankara University has 5041 associate degree and 37789 undergraduate level students within the range of its 38 associate degree and 109 undergraduate level programs. Newly enrolled students can attend the foreign language preparation courses during their first year. Ankara University’s teaching and research staff is composed of 1197 professors, 323 associate professors, and 322 assistant professors, totaling 1842 faculty members employed at the University. The total number of auxiliary academic staff is 1639, which consists of 139 instructors, 166 specialists, 259 lecturers and 1075 research assistants. Ankara University also employs 5527 administrative staff.
Ankara University, Faculty of Communication (ILEF) was first established with the support of UNESCO and the Community of Journalism in 1965. It was the first institution which offered a four-year undergraduate program in communication in Turkey. Nowadays, it is one of the most respected communication faculties. The main objective of ILEF is to orient students in order to combine knowledge with practical lives. Qualified students who internalize the bond between theory, method and practice are at the heart of the education schedule. In this manner, Radio Studio (FM 91.0); Film Lab; Photography Lab; Advertisement Lab and, Görünüm News Lab are available to students.
Moreover, two cinema halls, a computer laboratory and library are also available.
Faculty of Communication consists of three departments, which are:
If you are interested in studying at Ankara University, Faculty of Communication as part of an exchange programme, use the menu on the left to get more information about online application and any other information that you may need. We look forward to welcoming you here in Ankara, Turkey.
ACADEMIC CALENDAR OF FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION
|Autumn Semester 2017-2018|
|September 18-December 29, 2017||Course period|
|November 13, 2017||Academic Holiday|
|November 06-18, 2017||Mid-Term Exam period|
|January 02-14, 2018||Final-Term Exam Period|
|Spring Semester 2017-2018|
|February 12-May 25, 2018||Course period|
|April 2, 2018||Academic Holiday|
|March 26-April 08, 2018||Mid-Term Exam period|
|May 26 – June 13, 2017||Final-Term Exam Period|
The list of courses that we will offer to incoming students in the Spring Semester of the 2017-2018 academic year is downloadable here.
The list of courses that we will offer to incoming students in the Fall Semester of the 2017-2018 academic year is downloadable here.
The list of courses that we will offer to incoming students in the Fall Semester of the 2018-2019 academic year is downloadable here.
Please inform the lecturer(s) by e-mail before electing his/her course.
If you have any question about the courses displayed on the list, you can contact the lecturer(s) directly through him/her e-mail
Incoming students have the option of choosing courses taught in English at the Faculty of Political Science. Click the link below to see the courses that Faculty of Political Science offer to incoming Erasmus students. www.politics.ankara.edu.tr
To make your online application please visit our international Erasmus Wep page: erasmus.ankara.edu.tr
Our International Office will help you with all kinds of questions you might have before arriving in Turkey, e.g. enrolment, visa, admission requirements etc.
For each course taken at Ankara University, the student is given one of the letter grades below by the instructor as the semester course grade.
The table below provides the detailed information about the local letter grades and coefficients.
|49 and below||F2||0,00|
The lowest grade to be successful in a course is (C3) 2,00. The grades lover than 2,00 (F1 and F2) are unsuccessful.
In order to be successful in a program, grade point average must be at least (C3) 2.00 and all courses must be completed successfully.
Ankara University is a bilateral partner of many universities all around the world. Currently, Ankara University has about 800 Erasmus bilateral agreements.
Please click here (www.erasmus.ankara.edu.tr – agreement list) to reach the detailed list of our partners.
Erasmus Office e-mail:
Erasmus Faculty Coordinator
Zafer Kıyan. PhD.
Vice Erasmus Coordinator
Ergin Şafak Dikmen PhD.
Zafer Kıyan. PhD. (Journalism)
Res. Asst. Beris Artan (Public Relations and Advertising)
Res. Asst. Evrim Yörük (Radio Television and Film)
Please visit the following link to contact the International Office www.erasmus.en.ankara.edu.tr
Incoming graduate students are welcome to take our undergraduate courses provided that the Graduate School and their home institutions permit them to do so.
For more information please contact the departmental Erasmus coordinators of Faculty of Communication.
Incoming academic staff applications should be communicated with the relevant departmental coordinator before the application.
Incoming administrative staff applications will be addressed directly to Erasmus Office.
Incoming academic and administrative staff can benefit from our guesthouse, located in the central campus (next to Erasmus Office). Please contact us beforehand for the availibility of the rooms.
For more information please visit our International Erasmus web page: www.erasmus.en.ankara.edu.tr
You are kindly invited to the Erasmus introductory meeting, which will be held on Wednesday, December 20th, 12.30 in Aziz Köklü at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Ankara
We already look forward to meeting you all soon
Ankara Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi