The aim of the International Trade Department is to train the leaders of the future as people who can bring rapid and accurate solutions to the problems that can be encountered in business life, adapting to the conditions and requirements of the rapidly changing world, and using the technological innovations with ease. In this context, the aim and priority of the program are to offer students the reasons behind the global relations and the results of the trade globalization both at domestic and international levels in the theoretical and practical framework. In addition, it is aimed to train people who are able to internalize the concepts and practices of international trade; support the development of human resources towards the needs and trends of the global structure; are equipped with interdisciplinary knowledge; focus on to the increase of scale and performance of trade by joining to the works of domestic and international corporations; are the master of strategies, policies, and developments of the contemporary foreign trade in theoretical and practical areas; have a good grasp of conditions about the international competition.
The students of International Trade Department can work as administrative assistants, managers, specialist assistants or specialist positions in international and multinational enterprises related to the foreign trade activities in the private sector; may also be employed in the relevant ministries such as the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Customs and Trade, which are in the public sector. Our current curriculum also includes a wide range of opportunities for students and graduates to choose an academic career.Our university accepts the students for the associate degree / bachelor degree on space available basis and in accordance with the ‘‘Regulation Regarding Transfer, Double Major and Minor among Associate Degree and Bachelor Degree Programs in Higher Education institutions and Credit Transfer Among the institutions’’
The students are admitted to the undergraduate / graduate programs of the university by undergraduate transfer within quotas in the direction of "Regulations Regarding the Transition between Programs at the Higher Education Institutions and Programs under the Level of Bachelor's Degree, Double Major, Minor Branches, and Institutions.Vocational school graduates may continue to four-years undergraduate education in case of meeting the conditions indicated in the relevant regulation.
Graduates of vocational schools can continue their undergraduate education in four years under the conditions of the relevant regulations