CITIZENS OF BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA NEED TO SUBMIT FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:
INTERNATIONAL CITIZENS NEED TO SUBMIT FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:
For Turkish students: Valid Turkish Central Student Selection and Placement (YGS) Exam score OR an adequate SAT score (sufficient for diploma accreditation in Turkey) is a requirement.
High school diploma, transcript(s), and Police Clearance Records have to be translated by the official court translator to either English or Bosnian Language, if they are originally in some other language. Translated documents are to be submitted together with all other documents to IUS Student Affairs Office in Sarajevo (Hrasnicka cesta 15), or in Istanbul (Feshane Cd. No. 21 Eyup/İSTANBUL), latest by the end of official dates for applications (as announced on the website) for that particular academic year.
Students cannot begin their undergraduate study unless they prove their English Language Proficiency. So, sit for the English Language Proficiency Exam.
Native speakers of English Language and visiting students, together with those whose prior education was in English and those who possess an internationally recognized certificate of knowledge of English (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.), are not required to take the English Language Proficiency Exam.
All others who do not place themselves in the above mentioned group are required to take the English Placement and Proficiency Exams before the start of Academic Year. Students who pass these exams can start their undergraduate study. Those who fail are registered to the IUS English Language School.
If you are Bosnian, you have a chance to win a scholarship or discount on your tuition fees!
There is an entrance exam for Bosnian students offered during the summer where successful students can win certain discount on tuition fees. A number of scholarships and discounts are offered each year for the best candidates only.
Try it, the tests are certainly motivating!
YOU HAVE BEEN ADMITTED TO IUS. WHAT'S NEXT?
Go to IUS Legal department and sign the study contract. It is desirable to come with a parent when signing your first study contract.
Remember that this contract is renewed for each Academic Year. Only with the contract, you become an official IUS student.
- If you passed English Language Proficiency Exam, go to register the courses with Academic Advisor at your major faculty. Learn about the advisors' names and offices from Student Affairs Office.
- If you haven't passed Proficiency Exam and are obliged to study at English Language School first, go there to learn about your section.
You can now start your studies. Learn about your schedule from the website's course schedule for that semester. For all schedule uncertainties, see your Academic Advisor.
The standard period for completion of undergraduate studies leading to B.A. or B.Sc. degree is four years or eight semesters (240 ECTS).