1.1. REGISTRATION QUALIFICATIONS
Every citizen has the right to take the entrance exam to TUAF if he or she meets the following qualifications:
- Graduation from a high school, a school equivalent to a high school (supplementary high school) or a vocational high school.
- Being within the allowed age to take the entrance exam at universities which have an age requirement (e.g. the Universities of National Defense, Police, Procuracy and some universities for gifted students).
- Submission of all the necessary documents and exam fees to the target university on time in accordance with MOET’s regulations.
1.2. TIME OF RECRUITMENT
TUAF schedules the annual entrance exam for the beginning of July. Three months before the exam day, the Ministry of Education and Training publicly declares the number of students that will be recruited by each university and in what disciplines.
1.3. BLOCKS OF RECRUITMENT
Every year TUAF has 4 recruitment blocks:
- Block 1 includes: mathematics, chemistry and biology
- Block 2 includes: mathematics, chemistry and literature
- Block 3 includes: mathematics, physics and chemistry
- Block 4 includes: mathematics, literature and a foreign language.
The number of recruited students are announced in the Website of the University.
2.1. TIME OF ENROLLMENT
After passing the university entrance exam, students are notified by the university to enroll. Enrollment is usually at the beginning of September.
2.2. STUDENT ID CARDS
After enrollment, students are supplied with standardized ID cards. Student ID cards are a kind of legal identification for students while they are studying at the university. They use the cards when taking their final semester exams, their transition and graduation exams, and when they need to justify that they are TUAF students.
2.3. TUITION FEES, SCHOLARSHIPS
- The tuition fees for all training programs (disciplines) are announced by the university at the beginning of each academic year
- There are several types of scholarships. Some are granted on the basis of academic achievement and others are awarded according to need and social policies. The amount awarded varies.
- The decision to grant a scholarship to any student in the first semester of the undergraduate program is based on entrance exam results. From the second semester on, scholarships are granted based on students’ extended average scores of the previous semester, which are the total of the average scores from courses and training completed.
- Students who receive financial support from social welfare are provided with scholarships throughout their studies at the university.