Courses

Brand Management, 6 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Prof. Dr. İlkay Karaduman

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Economics and Administrative Sciences

Department: Business Administration

Course Description: Brand Management is a comprehensive course designed to immerse students in the world of branding, emphasizing its paramount importance in modern business. Through this course, students will explore the essence of brands, their strategic significance, and the dynamic landscape they operate in. The curriculum delves into fundamental branding principles, equipping students with the skills to analyze, create, and nurture strong brand identities. It also encompasses consumer behavior insights, global brand management challenges, ethical considerations, and the measurement of brand effectiveness. Moreover, students will engage in practical exercises, including a group project, to develop a deep understanding of brand management’s real-world applications. This course empowers participants to become adept brand strategists ready to tackle the evolving branding challenges of the future.

This course aims to equip students with a profound understanding of brand management, enabling them to navigate the complex and ever-changing world of branding with confidence and expertise. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical applications, students will develop the ability to analyze, create, and strategically manage brands to drive business success. Furthermore, this course aims to foster a global perspective on brand management, addressing the challenges and opportunities associated with international markets. It emphasizes ethical considerations in branding and equips students with the tools to measure and evaluate brand performance effectively.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, students will be able to;

  • Understand the core concepts of brand management
  • Understand the factors that will increase the success of brand management
  • Understand the brand management process of a person/product
  • Understand the impacts of the global business world on brand management

Who can participate: All Students Interested in Brand Management and Marketing in a Colorful World

Prerequisites: Basic Marketing Management Knowledge

Participation Limit: 30 students

Course Materials: Lecture Notes to be shared during courses

Recommended Books:

  • Keller, K. L. (2019). Strategic Brand Management: Building, Measuring, and Managing Brand Equity (5th ed.). Pearson
  • Aaker, D. A., & Joachimsthaler, E. (2000). Brand Leadership: The Next Level of the Brand Revolution. Free Press
  • Kapferer, J. N. (2012). The New Strategic Brand Management: Advanced Insights and Strategic Thinking (5th ed.). Kogan Page

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Basics of Marketing; Historical Development of Marketing, Value Concept and Transaction of Value, and Products in Contemporary Marketing Market Analysis Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning The Marketing Mix: 4Ps of Marketing Product, Price, Place and Promotion Strategies. A Communication Perspective, Brand Positioning, and Value Brands and Brand Management: Why Do We Study It? The Role of Brands Branding Concepts: Brand Awareness (Recognition and Recall), Brand Identity and Brand Image, Brand Personality, Brand Judgments, and Brand Loyalty Brand Equity; Marketing Programs for Brand Equity
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Choosing Brand Elements and Other Branding Concepts – I Choosing Brand Elements and Other Branding Concepts – II Strategy Building: Brand Building Toolkit Emerging Concepts in Branding   Presentations
Online Component
To be announced soon…

Assessment and Evaluation

  • Homework (30%)
  • Project Work (30%)
  • Final Exam (40%)

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Digital Marketing, 5 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Burcu İnci

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Economics and Administrative Sciences

Department: Business Administration

Course Description: Because of the digital revolution, companies are increasingly shifting marketing efforts from traditional media to digital media such as search engines, social media, and mobile. New technologies influence customers and also have an impact on firm performance. It is important for marketing managers to understand digital strategies and familiarize themselves with some of the technologies underlying them. This course is designed to provide an introduction to digital marketing and focuses on the integration of technology and data in every aspect of marketing to enhance customer experience and secure business success through meaningful engagement and connections.

This course aims students to understand why customers and data have become so essential to marketing, how brands can use customer data to market more effectively, how marketers and business owners can take full advantage of authentic content and online connections to build brand presence and foster loyalty and learn primary means to connect and engage with customers in a digital world.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, students will be able to;

  • Be familiar with the concepts, theories, and issues in digital marketing
  • Familiarize with the key technologies and strategies used by firms in digital advertising
  • Understand the key metrics in web and social media analytics
  • Develop analytical abilities to understand how digital technology is influencing consumer behavior
  • Make independent assessments of the digital marketing strategies of companies
  • Develop teamwork, critical thinking, and business communication skills

Who can participate: All undergraduate and postgraduate students in social sciences, business, marketing, humanities, arts, communication, political sciences, philology, and journalism.

Prerequisites: Basic Principles of Marketing Knowledge

Participation Limit: 30 students

Course Materials: eMarketing: The Essential Guide to Marketing in a Digital World, 7th Edition, 2022 (available as a free downloadable PDF, click here)

Recommended Books:

  • Sweeney, Benjamin, Digital Marketing QuickStart Guide: The Simplified Beginner’s Guide to Developing a Scalable Online Strategy, Finding Your Customers, and Profitably Growing Your Business. ClydeBank Media LLC, 2022.
  • Dave Chaffey and Fiona Ellis-Chadwick, Digital Marketing, 8th Edition, Pearson, 2022
  • Chuck Hemann and Ken Burbary, Digital Marketing Analytics: Making Sense of Consumer Data in a Digital World, 2nd edition, Que Publishing, 2018

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Introduction to Marketing and Digital Marketing Online Market Research and Digital Marketing Strategy  Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and User Experience (UX)   Web Development and eCommerce Content Marketing
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Social Media Marketing Quiz – I
Direct marketing
Search and Social Media Advertising Online and Display Advertising Quiz – II
Web analytics
Online Component
Presenting Group Project Presentations

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • Quiz – I (15%)
  • Quiz – II (15%)
  • Group Project Presentation (30%)
  • Final Exam (40%)

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Integrated Marketing Communications, 6 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali Efe İRALI

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Economics and Administrative Sciences

Department: Business Administration

Course Description: The course aims to provide the ability to make comments and understand the main principles of marketing which includes operations and strategies. It is planned to explain the main operatives of marketing and consumer parties in the context of digital technologies, traditional factors, and the linked elements related to the supply chain. Within this scope, the unique models of marketing will be mentioned and financial principles will be detailed under critical headlines such as physical, virtual, and other production places of the digital environments.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, students will be able to;

  • Interpret General Marketing Principles Through Multi-disciplinary Ecosystems
  • Explain Business Planning
  • Analyze Processes Together with Models and Methods in terms of Marketing Operations 

Who can participate: Students who are interested in marketing-related areas, especially in social sciences, international relations, humanities, arts, communication (new media, journalism, radio-tv, cinema, and public relations), political science, economics, business administration, design-oriented disciplines (game, graphics, animation), and computer engineering

Prerequisites: Basic Principles of Supply and Demand Theorems

Participation Limit: 30 students

Course Materials: Readings will be shared during courses

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Overview of Communication Mediums, Marketing & IMC  Understanding of Consumer Behavior  Individual & Organizational Sales Strategies  Interactive Media & Digital EnvironmentsEntertainment as a Promotion Tool in IMC
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Physical and Virtual Products in Retail MarketingAdvertising and Promotion Techniques, Sales, Sponsorships, Publicity & Public RelationsEvaluation Methods & Key Performance Indicators for IMCCutting Edge Technologies like Virtual and Augmented Reality (AR) Based Applications in IMC  Sentimental & Content Analysis Procedures for IMC in the Context of Natural Language Processing Tools
Online Component
To be announced soon…

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • To be announced soon…

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

International Organizations and World Politics, 5 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Prof. Dr. Tarık Oğuzlu

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Economics and Administrative Sciences

Department: Political Science and International Relations

Course Description: The course mainly explores international organizations’ role, functions, and effectiveness in international politics from theoretical/conceptual and empirical perspectives. In doing so, the course also examines approaches of great powers and middle powers to the issues of international organizations, global governance, and world politics in detail. While exploring possible ways of improving the capacity of the international community as a whole to deal with global challenges, the course aims to help students gain a deeper understanding of how international organizations work (or don’t), as well as the margins of maneuverability within it for improving outcomes. The course combines theoretical and policy-oriented perspectives in examining the performance of international organizations in the issue-areas of peace and security, economic and social development as well as democratization and human rights.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, students will be able to;

  • Analyze the role and status of international organizations in world politics from theoretical and empirical perspectives
  • Analyze the approaches of great powers and middle powers to the issues of international organizations, global governance, and world politics in detail

Who can participate: The course is open to undergraduate and graduate students in social sciences, international relations, humanities, arts, communication, political science, economics, management, journalism, and business administration

Prerequisites:  Desire to enhance knowledge and improve critical thinking skills in international politics

Participation Limit: 20 students

Course Materials: Readings will be shared with students. There is a course book, recommended journal articles, policy briefs, and think tank reports. Students will also watch interesting videos on YouTube concerning the issues of daily lectures.

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Theoretical Approaches to International Organizations and World Politics – Mainstream Perspectives   Theoretical Approaches to International Organizations and World Politics – Critical/Alternative Perspectives  The Postwar Liberal International Order and the United Nations system   The Emerging Post-liberal International Order and Challenges to the United Nations System American Approaches to World Politics and International Organizations – The Case of NATO and American Hegemony
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
European Approaches to International Organizations and World Politics – The Case of the European Union Chinese and Russian Approaches to International Organizations and World Politics – The Cases of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, BRICS, and the Belt and Road Initiative International Organizations and World Politics – Perspectives from the Global South International Organizations and World Politics Concerning Climate Change, Pandemics, Artificial Intelligence, Refugees and Migrants The Future of Globalization and Debates on a new Cold War – The Promise of International Organizations in the Emerging Century
Online Component
Presenting Research Projects Presentations

Assessment and Evaluation

  • Class Attendance & in-class Participation (10%)
  • Research Project (25%)
  • Research Project Presentations (25%)
  • Final Exam (40%)

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Multi-Criteria Decision Making, 3 ECTS

Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Nima Mirzaei

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Engineering

Department: Industrial Engineering

Course Description: We live in a complex world with diverse people, firms, and governments whose behaviors aggregate to produce novel, unexpected phenomena. We need to make strategic decisions in uncertain and complex situations in which information is ambiguous. Effective decision-making requires the adoption of decision approaches that fit the complexities of these situations and the efficient management of decision-making processes. Within the two weeks, participants will be able to learn popular decision-making methods and software to assist them in decision-making when facing a real-life problem.

This course deliberates decision-making under uncertainty by addressing Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) techniques. MCDM is a collection of methods for trading off different alternatives’ performance on multiple conflicting objectives; methods discussed include the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), Analytic Network Process (ANP), and Technique for Order of Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) methods. Both qualitative and quantitative factors are considered to evaluate alternatives.

Finally, SuperDecion software is introduced in this course as a complementary tool for the decision-making approach.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to;

  • Configure the Problems by Analytical Thinking and Classify the Problems
  • Cooperate with a Group for a Decision-making Process
  • Implement an MCDM Approach to a Real-life Problem and Apply the Method in Professional Practice
  • Apply AHP, ANP, and TOPSIS Multi-criteria Decision-making Techniques
  • Use Computer Programs (SuperDecion and Excel) to Model and Solve a Problem

Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of Mathematics and Statistics

Who can participate: Engineering, Social Sciences, Humanities, Communication, Architecture, Business, and Marketing Students

Participation Limit: 20 students

Course Materials: Microsoft PPT, Books, Articles, and Videos.

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Basic Concepts of Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)  Case studies and Computer Applications for AHP (SuperDecion Program)   Analytic Network Process (ANP) Midterm Exam
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Case studies and Computer Applications for ANP (SuperDecion program) Technique for Order of Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) method, model practice, advantages, and disadvantages Application of TOPSIS in Excel Real-life Case Studies Evaluation and Discussion Final Exam

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • To be announced soon…

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Exploration of Turkish Art via Museums, 5 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Mesut Batuhan Çankır

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Fine Arts

Department: Art and Culture Management

Course Description: Istanbul, one of the oldest cities in the world, a city located on two continents, is the biggest city in Turkey. Also, the new center of modern and contemporary art with its historical and cultural roots. In this beautiful city, we would like to show Anatolian Civilizations and Arts, Traditional and Contemporary Turkish Arts by interactively visiting museums. 

Within the two weeks, students will learn quite a little information about Anatolian and Turkish art through presentations in classrooms, then they will prove this information in museums experimentally. The Course contains Hittite, Phrygian, Lydian Arts, Traditional Arts, Calligraphy, Miniatures, Tiles, the best works of contemporary Turkish artists, and many more.

The museums that will be visited are Istanbul Archeological Museums, Topkapı Museum, Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Pera Museum, Proje 4L Museum, İstanbul State Art and Sculpture Museum, and Istanbul Modern Museum.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to;

  • Identify Anatolian, Traditional, and Contemporary Turkish art
  • See and Discover Istanbul’s Museums
  • Understand the Differences Between Art Disciplines and Movements

Who can participate: The course is open to all undergraduate and graduate students

Prerequisites: –

Participation Limit: 20 students

Course Materials: Readings will be shared during courses

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Anatolian Civilizations  Traditional Turkish Art  Visiting Sabancı Museum   Visiting Topkapı Museum Visiting Istanbul Archaeological Museum
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Contemporary Turkish Art Visiting Elgiz Museum Visiting Pera Museum & Taksim Galleries Visiting Istanbul Modern & Istanbul State Art and Sculpture Museum & Final Exam  Wrap-up & Graduation Ceremony
Online Component
To be announced soon…

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • Midterm Exam (40%)
  • Project Presentation (20%)
  • Final Exam (40%)

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

The Taste of Istanbul and Anatolian Food Culture, 3 ECTS

Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Nasim Kian Pour

Email: [email protected]

Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Zehra Yardı

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Fine Arts

Department: Gastronomy

Course Description: A big part of traveling and experiencing a new culture is exploring the local cuisine. In the case of Turkey, there is a rich variety of tastes and influences. Turkish cuisine is largely the heritage of Ottoman cuisine, which can be described as a fusion and refinement of Central Asian, Middle Eastern, and Balkan cuisines. Turkish cuisine has in turn influenced other cuisines in the region and beyond.

This course provides an introduction to the rich Turkish Culinary Culture by way of theoretical information, practical lessons in the state-of-the-art kitchens of Istanbul Aydin University’s Gastronomy Department, and a tasting trip to Istanbul.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to;

  • Identify Different Staples of Turkish Food Culture with its History and Cultural Influences
  • Know the Ingredients, Preparation Techniques, and Serving Methods of Various Food Groups
  • Cook some Popular Turkish Dishes

Prerequisites: Interest in Gastronomy and Culinary Arts

Who can participate: Students who want to know Turkish Cuisine better

Participation Limit: 20 students

Course Materials: Readings will be shared during courses

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Introduction to Turkish Culinary ArtsTurkish Mezze   Workshop: Pide and LahmacunBaklava Factory VisitWorkshop: Börek & Midterm Exam
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Workshop: Mediterranean Food and Olive Oil CuisineTasting Trip: Fatih  Workshop: Turkish Delights and Turkish CoffeeWorkshop: Turkish Desserts with Syrup  Final Exam

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • To be announced soon…

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Genetics and Medical Biotechnology, 6 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Arta Armani

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Medicine

Department: Medical Biology and Genetics

Course Description: Medical Biotechnology, with the growth in Genetic Engineering technology and the advancement of research in Biotechnology, is experiencing rapid growth in recent years. This natural science field leads to opportunities to develop innovative technologies to improve human health by preventing, diagnosing, and treating genetic diseases. In this line, Medical Biotechnology has revolutionized the health system and combines engineering technologies with biological sciences to regulate systems and living organisms. Genome sequencing, cloning, stem cell research, and gene therapy combined with CRISPR/Cas9 technology are the most important benefits of genetic engineering that make this field indispensable in the modern world.

The course aims to teach advanced lessons in the biological processes meant for medical biotechnology and other purposes. During the course, the concept of medical biotechnology and its connections with human genetic diseases will be covered systematically from the central dogma of genetics and then generalized with the recent applications in biotechnology with special topics.

The course is designed in two parts which will provide students the opportunity to learn not only the theoretical part of the course but also apply the practical part in our laboratories by using Genomic DNA Isolation and Measurement Procedures, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), RFLP, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Sequencing, and Bioinformatics Tools. A unique aspect of this course is its focus on biotechnology in medicine.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to;

  • Understand Basic Concepts of Genetics and Medical Biotechnology
  • Learn Specific Techniques Applied in Medical Genetics 
  • Gain Knowledge About Genetic Engineering Technology
  • Learn Innovative Techniques in Medical Biotechnology

Prerequisites: Basic Genetics and Computer Skills

Who can participate: Students from the Faculty of Medicine, Genetic Engineering, Science and Arts (Genetics, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience, Biochemistry) department.

Participation Limit: 20 students

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
The Biotechnology Century and Its Workforce   Introduction to Genes and Genomes, Genomic DNA Isolation, and Measurement  Genetic Engineering: Recombinant DNA Technology and PCR Experiment   Proteins as Final Products of Genes and RFLP Experiment Medical Biotechnology and Its Applications: Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Cancer Genetics Pharmacogenomics and Bioinformatics Tools Gene Primer Design: Cloning and Sequencing The Greatest Discovery: The Human Genome Project and Sequence Analysis Gene Therapy and CRISPR/Cas9 Technology Ethics and Medical Biotechnology
Online Component
To be announced soon…

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • Homework (30%)
  • Midterm Exam (30%)
  • Final Exam (40%)

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Neuroscience, 6 ECTS (Blended Online Mobility Erasmus+)

Instructor: Prof. Dr. Hakkı Dalçık

Email: [email protected]

Instructor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Turan Onur Bayazıt

Email: [email protected]


Faculty: Medicine

Department: Medical Biology and Genetics

Course Description: This is an introductory course in Medical Neuroscience designed to include the basic principles of organization and function of the Central Nervous System. The course will focus primarily on the cerebral cortex and the subcortical areas of the human brain to illustrate the core concepts in neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurobiology, and neuropharmacology. The cellular composition and molecular structure of the brain and the functions of the synapses and neural signaling will be described and practical sessions will be held.

This course will also refer to specific neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric diseases of the Central Nervous System and give the basic molecular principles of their pathophysiology and treatment.

The overall goal of this course is to provide the foundation for understanding the structures and functions of the brain underpinning human behavior, emotions, cognition, and learning to give a dynamic picture of the rapidly evolving field of neuroscience and its clinical applications.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to;

  • Identify the Neocortex, Subcortical Brain, and the Functional Areas of the Brain
  • Understand Cortical Neuronal Networks that Integrate Movement, Cognition, and Emotion
  • Gather Essential Information About Synaptic Transmission and Mechanisms of Neurotransmitter Modulation of Neuronal Activity
  • Understand the Pathophysiology of Cognitive Decline
  • Discover How Cortical Neuronal Circuits are used to Inspire the Artificial Neural Network
  • Understand How Neuroscience is Connected to Artificial Intelligence

Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of Biology and Enthusiasm

Who can participate: Medical and other Health Sciences, Computer, and Electrical Engineering Students

Participation Limit: 20 students

Course Materials: Lecture Notes, Books, Lab Videos, Problem Sets, and Reading of Original Papers.

Curriculum:

Week 1
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Anatomical Organization of the Central Nervous System and Lab Demonstration-I  Functional Areas of the Cerebral Cortex and the Corticospinal Tracts and Lab Demonstration-II Subcortical Structures: Limbic System and the Basal Ganglia and Lab Demonstration-III  Neurons, Neuroglia, Nerve Fibers, and Blood-Brain BarrierMidterm Exam
Week 2
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Action Potentials, Synaptic Transmission, and Brain Imaging TechniquesNeurotransmitters and Their Pathways, Genes, and BehaviorThe Molecular Neurobiology of Cognitive Function and Neurodegenerative DisordersThe Molecular Neurobiology of Neuropsychiatric Disorders and AddictionFinal Exam
Online Component
To be announced soon…

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • To be announced soon…

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)

Turkish Language Program (All Levels) By Aydin TÖMER

Instructor: Banu Kolcuoğlu

Email: [email protected]


Course Description: The Turkish language is spoken by over eighty million speakers in Turkey and more than six million speakers in Europe, the Caucuses, and other regions of the world. Learning Turkish offers a greater understanding of regional politics, economics, history, and sociology. This program consists of a two-week Turkish course and a cultural learning program for students coming to our university as part of the ‘Delightful Istanbul Summer School’.

In this course, Turkish grammar, listening, reading, writing, and speaking lessons are given according to the students’ levels (A1-A2-B1-B2-C1). Students receive education taking into account the competencies of the “Common European Framework of Reference for Languages”. In addition to theoretical information, activities that introduce Turkish culture closely are carried out within the scope of the course. Students participating in the program will be given a certificate of participation for attending Turkish classes. Apart from this, students who want a Turkish Proficiency Certificate will take a placement test and according to the exam results, you will receive a Turkish Proficiency Certificate.

Week 1 and 2 classes will be held from Monday to Friday at determined times. In the second week of the program, a special placement test will be held for students who want to receive the TÖMER Certificate.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to;

  • Understand The Rules of The Turkish Language
  • Learn Information About Turkish Culture
  • Improve Their Turkish Speaking Skills Within The Scope of The Level They Have Taken

Prerequisites: –

Who can participate: University students who are interested in Turkish Language and Turkish Culture

Participation Limit: 20 students

Course Materials: A textbook called “Aydın Türkçe Öğreniyor” suitable for A1-A2-B1-B2-C1 levels, printed, and digital materials prepared by the teachers themselves are used.

Curriculum:

When students arrive at the university, they will take a placement test. Placement Exam Application Form: https://forms.gle/TuLuB6nQGcne9XxcA 

IAU reserves the right to cancel any of the courses if insufficient enrollment occurs (Less than 10 participants)