Are you a science student who wants to study in a stunning and enchanting city? As Dokuz Eylul University (DEU) Faculty of Science, we offer you the opportunity to exchange within the scope of Erasmus+ exchange program in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, statistics and computer science. DEU is located in İzmir. Our city is located on the West coast of Turkey, and known as “the pearl of the Aegean”. Izmir is Turkey’s most beautiful historical and cultural city. The civilisation in İzmir has been started 5000 years ago.

DEU has a long and proud history of being a hub of research and education in Turkey, particularly in the Aegean Region since its foundation in 1982. It is one of the largest universities of Turkey with 70.081 students from all over Turkey and 1.366 foreign students from 111 countries study. Though its distinguished position in Turkish Higher Education area, DEU intends to foster its global presence in education and research and to become a key player in the global knowledge network.

Many people within the Faculty of Science can help you with any questions you may have. Each department has an Erasmus coordinator who can answer your questions and is responsible for approving the content of the learning contract:



Erasmus Coordinator

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Erasmus+ Incoming Students

Computer Science

Baris Tekin TEZEL





Begum KARA

Course descriptions can be found on the Course Catalog web page. On the page, first, select the program you want to exchange after the correct academic year. If you click on any course title, you can access detailed information about the course. 

In some of the programs, the courses of the bachelor’s level are taught in Turkish. However, there are English versions of some of our courses that can be opened for exchange students in our faculty.  However, if students want to choose a course taught in Turkish, it would be appropriate to have a knowledge of Turkish that will enable them to follow the course at an academic level. On the other hand, most graduate courses are taught in English.  Please note that as a general approach, undergraduate students take undergraduate courses and graduate students take graduate courses. However, as an undergraduate student, you can also take graduate courses if you get the permission of the responsible Erasmus coordinator.

For more general information about studying as an exchange student, please visit the web pages of our International Relations Office.


University Country Department Language
University of Jan Evangelista in Ústí nad Labem (UJEP) 
Biology Czech
Vilnius University Lithuania Physics English
University of Münster Germany Physics German
Universidade Nova de Lisboa Portugal Statistics  

University of the Aegean

Greece Statistics English

Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski

Bulgaria Statistics English
Friedrich-Schiller University Germany Chemistry German or English
Politehnica University Timisoara Romania Chemistry English
Universidad de Murcia Spain Mathematics Spanish
Hochschule Koblenz, RheinAhr Campus Remagen, University of Applied Sciences Germany  Mathematics English and German
University of Antwerp Belgium Mathematics English

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