Frequently Asked Questions

Our faculty serves in the newly built building in Göztepe Campus of our University on the Anatolian Side of Istanbul. Göztepe Campus of our university is located in the center of public transportation vehicles.

The Faculty of Economics includes the Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations, Department of Econometrics, Department of Economics Turkish Program, Department of Economics English Program and Department of Finance.

You can access the course curricula and course contents of all your departments from the Marmara University Education and Training Information System (MEOBS) website

Throughout your university life, you can access all announcements on related issues through the website of the Faculty of Economics, the website of the department you are enrolled in (Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations, Department of Econometrics, Department of Economics Turkish Program, Department of Economics English Program, Department of Finance), TV and bulletin boards in our faculty.

All information about your student affairs can be found on the website of the Student Affairs Department.

There is no preparatory education in our Turkish programs under the Faculty of Economics. If the students enrolled in these programs want to be exempted from the foreign language course they have to take in their own programs, they take the Compulsory Foreign Language Exemption Exam.

Since our English Economics program is a 100% (fully) English-taught program, students who enroll in our program must attend the Preparatory Program according to the foreign language of the department they will study, unless they get a passing grade in the Foreign Language Proficiency Exam (MÜYYES-Fall) organized by the School of Foreign Languages (YADYO) of our university or prove their language proficiency with certain exams.

We have faculty and student exchange programs within the framework of various agreements with many European Universities. Click here for our bilateral agreements. Click here for the coordinators of our departments.

For detailed information about the Erasmus program, please see: International Relations and Academic Cooperation Office

Our students can also benefit from our Mevlana program.

Our students who have passed the university exam for our faculty can make your registration process with the E-Government application between the dates to be announced. E-Government application is an application that allows students to register online without coming to the University. With this application, our newly enrolled students can register from wherever they are without waiting in line and without submitting any documents. Since this application will facilitate the registration process, it is recommended that students register via E-Government. Students who register via E-Government do not need to come to the university to register.

In order to take the semester/year-end and make-up exams from a course or application; the student must have attended at least 70% of the theoretical courses and at least 80% of the applied courses. In foreign language preparatory programs, at least 85% attendance is required. The attendance status of the students is monitored by the relevant instructor and the absent students are announced at the beginning of the last week of the courses. The periods spent during the organization of students participating in international, domestic and international sports competitions and their preparatory studies are not taken into account in the calculation of the absenteeism period according to the provisions of the relevant legislation.

Starting from the third semester, students with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) below 1.80 and a cumulative grade point average (GPA) below 2.00 in each of the last two semesters are considered to be tested students. Students with exams do not take the courses of the relevant semester, but take courses from the previous semesters, taking into account the prerequisite courses. Students in this status may also repeat the courses in which they received DD and DC grades in the previous semesters in order to increase their GPA. Semesters spent in probationary status are counted towards the education period.

A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 is required for graduation.

Students with a GPA of at least 3.00 can take courses from upper semesters/years, provided that they comply with the conditions specified in paragraph 1 of this article.

Weekly course schedules at the beginning of the semester and exam schedules before the exam periods are published both on the web page of our Faculty and on the web pages of our Departments. In addition, relevant information can also be accessed through BYS.

Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations

Department of Econometrics

Department of Economics Turkish Economics Program

Department of Economics English Economics Program

Department of Finance

You can find all information about Optional Internship at If you have any questions, you can contact us via e-mail address.


This page updated by İktisat Fakültesi on 27.07.2023 11:04:27