This program is currently suspended and unable to accept applications.
This program is currently suspended.
Koç University is distinguished by its domestic and international contributions to education, knowledge, and service. Koç offers international relations students thorough training for careers in research, politics, foreign policy, and business. Koç's mission statement reads, in part, "Students acquire the intellectual courage to inquire and question while developing the character necessary to serve as custodians of democratic values and freedom."
- Fall Semester
- September - January
- Spring Semester
- February - May
Due to the differences between the AU and Koç academic calendars, students are encouraged to participate in the spring semester.
Students will enroll as full-time students for one semester alongside Koç graduate students, and earn up to 9 credits toward their graduate degree from AU. Subject areas include:
- Anatolian Civilization and Cultural Heritage
- Comparative Politics
- Europe in the Global Context
- Globalization and International Relations Theory
- International Political Economy
- Issues in Turkish Politics
- Politics of European Integration
- Turkey and the Global Political Economy
Students may have the opportunity to participate in research projects with Koç faculty members on a non-credit bearing basis.
All classes are conducted in English.