Every year, GLLS applications are opened between mid-October and late November. Assessment Day or Interviews, the second and last selection stage, are held with the students who pass the online application stage. Assessment Day or Interview results are announced to the students in December. Students admitted to the program begin their GLLS journey in the Spring semester following the Fall semester mentioned.

Unfortunately not, only full-degree-seeking Koc University students can apply to the program. They also have to be an undergraduate student.

GLLS only accepts undergraduate students.

As a track program, GLLS requires a minimum of 2.00/4.00 overall GPA. You can apply next year if you do not hold a GPA at the moment.

Yes, the program has two stages: Fellow and Advanced. After you complete Fellow necessities, you can continue to Advanced stage if you like.

Yes. If you complete responsibilities in the Fellow stage, you will be awarded with a ‘Fellow’ certificate. If you would like to continue and graduate at Advanced level you will be awarded with an ‘Advanced’ certificate.

Applying to a track program is not an obstacle for applying to a double major program. Still, you may get most updated and detailed information from your faculty.

No, If you already took the necessary GLLS courses and completed them successfully, you do not need to repeat the courses. However, the course needs to be taken with credit, and the course should be included in your overall (cumulative) GPA. Audited courses will not be accepted.

No, you cannot Audit the mandatory courses and course substitution is not available for the mandatory courses. All mandatory courses should be taken with credit, need to be successfully completed, and be included in your GPA. To qualify for the track program certificate, students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.00 out of 4.00 for the courses they took as part of the track program.

In addition to the requirements written in GLLS Journey-Outline section on the website, to qualify for the track program certificate, students must earn a minimum grade point average of 2.00 out of 4.00 for courses they took as a part of the track program. Please visit Registrar’s Office’s website for further and detailed information on Track Program regulations: https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/en/procedures/track-programs/

Yes, there are GLLS quotes for GLLS students in mandatory courses of  INTL.365, MGMT.310 and MGMT.360.

Each semester, you will be offered various workshops and seminars. However; you can attend the events that are convenient for your schedule and time.

Experienced trainers and speakers are invited for workshops and seminars by the GLLS Coordination Team.

Opportunities for international learning experience are extensive. Semester exchange programs, summer internships abroad, summer / winter programs abroad, international conferences, and international Fellowship Programs are some of these.

International learning experience opportunities are announced regularly to GLLS students. Students can join one of those programs if they wish so at their own cost. GLLS Students may also be funded for an international learning experience program when there is a budget.

Except for the semester exchange programs and required courses, you have to complete all the responsibilities as of your admission into the GLLS Program.

No. All GLLS activities such as workshops, seminars, off-campus events, and other opportunities are announced through e-mail and monthly newsletters.

We are looking for your motivation, and eagerness to improve your learning, and leadership skills. You can check out our website and our Medium blog to have a deeper understanding of past GLLS activities and projects which would help you to create a clear image of what we are looking for.

We advise you to fill in and submit the application form carefully and elaborately for us to have a better understanding of your eligibility in the program.

Please log in to your KUSIS account,” My Progression Report ” appears under the Program Enrollment heading from the Self-Service section. When you enter the section, you can see ‘Change Program’ next to its main branch. You need to click on it, select ‘GLLS’, and then click on the blue text that says “Show My Progression Report”. It may take seconds to generate the report and then it appears as a pop-up on the same page. If my pop-ups are closed, you cannot view them, so you need to allow the pop-up.