M.S. Program With Thesis Requirement

Admission to the M.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering program may be granted in two ways:

*Direct admission is granted to qualifying applicants who have completed their B.S. degrees in electrical and electronics engineering or in a closely related program such as computer engineering.

* Admission to the Deficiency Program is granted to qualifying applicants whose B.S. or B.A. degrees are from programs whose curricula significantly differ from the EEE undergraduate program. If admitted to the deficiency program, students are required to take at most two semesters of courses from the EEE undergraduate program as recommended by the Department.

All admissions are granted to qualifying candidates based on their previous performance, LES or GRE scores, reference letters, statements of purpose, results of the interview, and the availability of a faculty member who is willing to supervise the applicant's thesis. Scholarships and financial aid are available for qualifying applicants. The application package consists of an application form, transcripts, LES scores for Turkish and GRE scores for international applicants, proof of proficiency in English (e.g. TOEFL score), two letters of reference (names of two faculty members from the department are sufficient for Bilkent EEE graduates), a statement of purpose, and other materials that may additionally be required by the Institute. Applicants will be called for an interview subsequent to the application deadline.

The deadline for submission of the application package to the graduate program for the Fall semester is generally the first week of June. For information on the application package please refer to the WEB site:

Course Requirements (English)