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Graduate Fees


Tuition and other fees at Sabancı University are determined each year by the Board of Trustees on an annual basis. Each year fee increase rate for current students; will not exceed the %5 of the tuition fees specified on the basis of US dollars according to the entrance years to the university and the increase rate for tuition fees specified on the basis of TL, can be parallel to the inflation rate of the year before.

Annual tuition fee and dormitory fee should be paid in two equal installments prior to registering for fall and spring semester. Information Technology (IT), Finance (MIF), Energy Technologies and Management (ETM), Nanotechnology (NANOT), Data Analytics (DA-NT) and Brand Practice (BP) master's programs are designed as three semesters, therefore fees for these programs are paid in three installments, whereas Executive MBA master's programs are designed as four semesters, therefore fees for these programs are paid in four installments. The tuition fee for each term can be paid in three equal installments during the period or periods as early in advance. Within the cooperation of University and  Akbank cooperation, tuition fees may be paid in installments. Installments are only for tuition fees.  There is no possibility of installment for the students registered in Executive MBA, Information Technology, Finance, Energy Technologies and Management, Nanotechnology, Data Analytics and Brand Practice for the parts paid by the institutions they are affiliated.

·         Payment Conditions

·         Tuition and other fees for 2015-2016

·         Semester Fee and payments

The average * of Turkish Central Bank's official exchange selling rate is taken for calculation of the fees based on US dollars in translation to TL. First installment (Fall term) is in the first week of August, second installment (Spring term) is in the first week of January and the third installment (Summer term) is in the first week of May is taken into consideration.

(*) Average exchange rate is calculated like; exchange rates of the five working days of the relevant weeks are added, the highest and the lowest exchange rate of the relevant week is subtracted from the total sum and arithmetic average of this total sum is taken.