Foundation scholarships are given to new students, who have enrolled in the preparation class and the first class, and intermediary class students at undergraduate level. Students, who pass from preparation to the first class, are regarded in intermediary class. No discrimination is made in distribution; successful candidate, who is more deprived of financial possibility, is given priority. Success conditions required for allocation and continuation of the scholarship are provided below.
Scholarship for intermediary class students is allocated to the candidate, who does not have any failed lectures from previous year or semester normal educational program lectures and whose cumulative grade point average is minimum 2.50 in the assessment performed over 4, and minimum 70 in the assessment performed over 100; and who has gained the right to advance to an upper year or semester. Candidate with high success degree is given priority.