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Master of Science in International Trade and Logistics Management (English)

About the Program

Logistics and supply chains deliver a core capability, enabling companies to command a share of the market and operate profitably. Therefore, the sector is becoming a hotspot for talent. A wide range of industries worldwide are hiring logistics graduates to implement the knowledge and expertise acquired from the program. These jobs span a variety of sectors and are also renowned for offering international careers.

This is a high-quality degree taught in a truly global setting, which expertly guides its graduates to become proficient in both problem solving and change leadership. 

This degree is for graduates who want to work in the academia, managerial or consulting areas of international trade, logistics and supply chain management. You will gain theoretical, conceptual, analytical and practical insights.

You will experience a variety of teaching methods including interactive lectures, case studies, seminar presentations, and group project work.

In addition to the compulsory courses of operations management and supply chain management, students are given a chance to select from a large pool of elective courses such as supply chain analytics, inventory management, distribution management, simulation, mathematical programming, heuristic methods, international trade law, foreign trade legislation and practices, and international economics.

Courses are held in our monumental Sümerbank building, located at the heart of Ankara, and are taught by a top-notch, research-active faculty members.

The medium of instruction is English.


Admission Requirements


For Turkish Citizens
  • Applicants must hold a 4-year undergraduate degree.
  • Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.70 out of 4.00 (or 69.66 out of 100) from a 4-year undergraduate program. 
  • Applicants must submit a minimum ALES (Equal Weight) score of 75. Equivalent GMAT or GRE scores are also accepted.
  • Applicants must submit a minimum English YDS/e-YDS or YÖKDİL score of 80. 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.
  • Overall assessment must be 65 or higher.
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 an undergraduate degree and the minimum CGPA.
  • Candidates must demonstrate their proficiency in English to be able to start their studies. Those who have received their undergraduate degree from a university in which the language of instruction is English that is in a country where English is the official language or obtained the minimum specified score from one of the following language exams are regarded as proficient in English. Applicants who never submit any of these documents will be required to take the foreign language preparation programs, which will take a maximum of two semesters.


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  • International students must pay the tuition fee of 6.000 TL per year.


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Program Coordinator and Contact Information
Research Assistant Memduh Eren GİDERLER

  +90 312 596 44 91



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.

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