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LL.M. in Program in Information Technology Law (Turkish)

About the Program


LL.M. in Cyberspace and Technology Law aims to help national and international institutions meet their needs for lawyers and consultants with up-to-date knowledge. For this purpose, comprehensive training is offered by specialized and experienced faculty members.

This program has been designed to graduate qualified scientists and researchers who are able to:

  • deal with the problems in cyberspace and technology law from an analytical point of view and produce solutions to these problems,
  • think abstractly and analyze theories from the point of the cyber law by using acquired knowledge,
  • rigorously follow recent developments in the world and in Turkey related to the information technology law, and
  • engage in critical thinking while adhering to the codes of academic honesty and scientific method.


Application and Admission Requirements


For Turkish Citizens
  • Applicants must hold a 4-year undergraduate degree. (In accordance with the ASBU Rules and Regulations Governing Graduate Studies, a maximum of two semesters of scientific preparation program can be applied to students admitted to graduate programs. The relevant head of the department decides which student will be subjected to the scientific preparation program and the content of the program.)
  • Undergraduate CGPA must be at least 2.50 over 4.00 (or 65 over 100.)
  • Applicants must submit a minimum ALES (Equal Weight) score of 55. 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 55. An equivalent score on an exam accepted by the Higher Education Council is also valid.
  • Candidates must earn a minimum score of 60 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, the minimum CGPA and (for the programs requiring proficiency in a language other than Turkish) language proficiency level.
  • 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. Applicants who never submit any of these documents will be required to take the Turkish preparation programs, which will take a maximum of two semesters.
  • The determined tuition fee of the program for the International Students must be paid. Click for the current tuition fee.
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  • Must be currently enrolled in a Master’s program
  • Must satisfy the requirements of the program that is being applied,
  • Current GPA must be at least 2.50,
  • Must have finished at least one semester in the currently enrolled program,
  • Must NOT be further than the half of the currently enrolled program,
  • Must NOT have any disciplinary record,
  • Must have satisfied all the requirements of the completed semesters of the currently enrolled program.


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Program Coordinator and Contact Information

Research Assistant Sena KONTOĞLU

+90 312 596 44 44 (Dahili: 5274)



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

Please click for the application calendar.

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 65 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 and for the online application page.


Application Calendar and Evaluation

Please click for the application calendar.

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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For transfer applications, the applicant must bring the required documentation to our institute in person during the application period.

Please click for the required documents.


Application Calendar and Evaluation

Please click for the application calendar.


Applications will be evaluated by the applied department and approved by the administrative board of our institute. The results of the board decision will be announced on our website (

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