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Ph.D. in Audit and Risk Management (Turkish)

About the Program

PhD in Audit and Risk Management, the first post-graduate program that brings a holistic approach to the field of auditing and risk management, is offered directly by the Interdisciplinary Audit and Risk Management Department of the Institute of Social Sciences.

The program aims to teach participants problem-solving skills so that they become increasingly capable of solving the current and future problems in the fields of audit and risk management.

The program is particularly suitable for employees working in public and private sectors on internal audit, external audit, independent audit, risk management, and financial services, and for those who plan to pursue a career in these areas.

Courses are designed with an aim to combine theoretical knowledge and practical application of audit and risk management. 

Compulsory courses and a variety of elective classes are offered by competent academicians and professionals working in the fields of audit and risk management.

 

COURSES

Research Methods and Publication Ethics

Mathematics of Risk

Strategic Risk Management 

Communication and Negotiation Management 

Project Risk Management 

Seminar       

 

ELECTIVE COURSES

 

Advanced Topics in Internal Audit

Econometrics and Audit

Financial Risk Management

Logistics Risk Management

Project Finance and Public Private Partnership Projects

Strategic Management       

Psychology of Risk

Public Financial Management and Control

Game Theory and Risk Management 

Secure Data Communication

Admission Requriments

 

For Turkish Citizens
  • Applicants must hold a master's with a thesis degree in any field.
  • Graduate CGPA must be at least 3.00 over 4.00 (or 76.66 over 100.)
  • Applicants must submit a minimum ALES (Equal Weight) score of 70. An equivalent score on an exam accepted by the Higher Education Council is also valid.
  • Applicants must submit a minimum English YDS/e-YDS or YÖKDİL score of 75. An equivalent score on an exam accepted by the Higher Education Council is also valid.
  • Candidates must earn a minimum score of 75 from written science exams and/or interviews.
For International Applicants
  • A commission set up by the relevant department’s directorate and composed of at least 3 faculty members determines the field in which applicants must hold a master’s degree. 
  • Graduate CGPA must be at least 3.00 over 4.00 (or 76.66 over 100.)
  • Applicants must submit a minimum English YDS/e-YDS or YÖKDİL score of 75. An equivalent score on an exam accepted by the Higher Education Council is also valid.
  • Applicants must demonstrate their proficiency in Turkish to be able to start their studies (This requirement does not apply to international students who have graduated from a higher education institution in Turkey). The others must achieve at least the level C1 in the Turkish proficiency exams such as TÖMER, DİLMER, and TYS.
  • International students must pay the tuition fee of 6.000 TL per year.
Curriculum

 

Click here for details.

 

Program Coordinator and Contact Information
Assist. Prof. Halis KIRAL

   halis.kiral@asbu.edu.tr

+90 312 596 46 46 

Application

 

For Turkish Citizens

 

  • Click here for the documents required for the application.
  • Click here for the online application page.

The application page becomes active in the period when the applications are accepted.

 

Application Calendar and Evaluation

The applications are generally accepted in the months of June-July-August for fall semesters and November-December for spring semesters. The university website should be followed for the exact dates.

Applicants are ranked based on an initial evaluation carried out by weighting 50% of ALES score and 50% of GPA. The number of candidates invited to science exams can be up to five times the quota. Three points after comma in decimals are taken into consideration in the ranking of applicants. If more than one candidate rank last with the same score, all these candidates are invited to entrance examination.

After applications are accepted, a science exam is held on the announced date. The application results are determined by weighting 50% of ALES score, 20% of GPA, and 30% of science exam score. Based on this evaluation, candidates who have earned a score of 75 and above are deemed successful. Successful candidates are ranked according to general evaluation scores (in cases of equal general evaluation scores, science exam scores are taken into consideration), and a number of candidates and substitute candidates as specified by quotas are announced on the institute’s website.

For International Applicants
  • Click here for the documents required for the application.
  • Click here for the online application page.

Application Calendar and Evaluation

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Applications are evaluated by taking into account acceptance requirements of the program and international student quotas. The evaluation result is sent to the applicant’s e-mail address.