Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
Electronic Engineering
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Electronic Engineering

Program Objectives Fellowships and Discount in Tuition Fee International Cooperations
Establishment Tuition Fee Occupational Profiles Of Graduates
Qualification Awarded Double Major–Minor Programs Access to Further Studies
Language of Instruction Internship Departmental Facilities
Mode of Education Grading Scheme Program Activities
Admission and Registration Requirements Graduation Requirements Contact Information

Program Objectives

The Electronic Engineering Department committed to advance, transmit and sustain the knowledge of engineering to have a positive and progressive input to the local, national and international community. The Department, with state-of-the art facilities, will provide students with a set of educational programs in Electronic Engineering relevant to local and national industrial needs, utilizing the latest in educational technology and teaching techniques.


TC İstanbul Kültür University was founded in July 15, 1997 in accordance with the article number 4281 of the legislation and began studies to establish the Electronic Engineering Department with the decision of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture taken on 20 January 2004. Electronic Engineering Department with the permission of the YOK in June, 2004 began to accept the first students of the 2004-2005 academic year at Atakoy Campus. The Department  began to accept the DGS students beginning with the date 26, September, 2006 and began the double major program with the Istanbul Kültür University Computer Engineering Department on 1 March, 2007.

Qualification Awarded

The requirement for the Bachelor of Science Degree in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is the successful completion of the formal course work of a minimum of 240 ECTS.

Language of Instruction

 All courses are conducted in English. Students must have a minimum standard TOEFL score of 75 or IELTS score of 6, or should receive a minimum score of 80 from the Inter-University Foreign Language Examination (UDS or KPDS) or its equivalent in a foreign language test accepted by the Inter-University Board. Students who are not able to pass the English proficiency exam are required to complete one year preparatory class in English.

Mode of Education

Full- Time.

Admission and Registration Requirements

Electrical-Electronic Engineering Program admits a pre-set number of students (60 students) every year based on the results of the Central Placement Examination administered by OSYM. In this Central Placement process, the candidates are placed in the Electrical-Electronic Engineering Department by OSYM (Higher Education Council Student Selection and Placement Center) on the basis of their LYS (Undergraduate Placement Examination) scores, their own preferences about higher education programs and the requirements and quota of these programs.

In addition, foreign students are also admitted to the two year programs and the undergraduate programs of the Istanbul Kültür University as indicated in the guidelines of the application and admission for foreign students. The registrations of the students that are placed in the Electrical-Electronic Engineering Department are carried out by the Istanbul Kültür University Student Affairs Office according to the calendar set by OSYM.

The Graduation Fields fort the Vocational School Students are as follows:

Biomedical Equipment Technology

Marine Electronics

Marine Communication

Electric-Computer and Control Teaching

Electric-Electronic Technician


Electronic Communication

Industrial Communication

Industrial Automation

Home-Goods Technology



Communication Technologies

Control System Technology


Auto  Electrics and Electronics

Communication and Electronic Information Technology Systems


Radio and Television Techniques

Spreading Systems Electrical and Electronic Technology


Energy Production in Thermic Centers

Aircraft Electrics and Electronics

Fellowships and Discount in Tuition Fee

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Tuition Fee

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Double Major–Minor Programs


 In order to graduate each student must complete an internship for a minimum of 40 workdays. The time of this training should be outside the academic period (fall and spring) and must be approved by the Faculty Administration Council. The training which begins after the fourth semester should be conducted in accordance with the students’ fields of study and must be compatible with their engineering formation.

Grading Scheme

Students are granted one of following letter grades and/or symbols by instructor of the course for each academic year they are enrolled.



























G: Not sat for semester-end exam

P: Course continues

R: Repeated

E: Incomplete semester studies

T: Transfer

V: Withdrawal

Student who got one of A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C grades as success grade, shall be considered as being succeeded that course. Student who got one of C-, D+, D, D- grades for a course, shall be considered as being succeeded that course conditionally. In the event that student must repeat the semester in which he got these grades, student shall be considered as being failed these courses. Student who got FD and FF grades for any course shall be considered as failed that course. Student who attended but not succeeded the course is granted FD grade; student who didn’t fulfill the attendance condition is granted FF grade. Procedures and principles applicable to enrollment, education and examinations carried out at the level of bachelor’s degree and associate degree have been determined by Regulations of Istanbul KulturUniversity Associate Degree and Bachelor’s Degree Education.

Graduation Requirements

The student must successfully complete all courses (equivalent of a total 240 ECTS) that take place in the four-year education plan. In order to complete all the courses in the program successfully, the student must have at least 2.00 on a 4.00 weighted grade point average. In addition, each student must have completed 40 days compulsory internship.

International Cooperations

ERASMUS is a European Union based program established to promote collaboration among the higher education institutions of European countries. It provides grants for joint projects and short term student and academic staff exchange programs.  Students have the opportunity to study at a European Union institution and receive financial support during the academic exchange period (one or two terms/ 3 to 12 months). Students of the Electronic Engineering department may qualify to be Erasmus students in one of the partner universities.

Occupational Profiles Of Graduates

The graduates of the Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department are employed in a variety of sectors. They are also employed in several different fields  such as electric circuit design, communication systems, control systems design and production and industrial electronic field as seen in the table given below with the percentages. 
Sector %
Communications 25
IT 17
Production / Research 15
Otomation 9
Energy 6
Aviation 5
Marketing 4
Automotive 3
Electro-mechanics 2
Biomedical 1
Others 13

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