Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When did International Dublin University start education?

A: IDU began providing educational services during the 2021-2022 academic year.


Q: In which languages is education provided at International Dublin University?

A: At IDU, both undergraduate and graduate studies are offered in both Turkish and English.


Q: Is attendance compulsory?

A: Students are required to attend a minimum of 70% of their courses.


Q: If I cannot attend interactive courses, can I follow these courses later?

A: Yes, if you are unable to attend a course, you can watch the recorded version with your student credentials.


Q: When I watch the interactive courses that I cannot follow later, will I be able to continue the course?

A: Viewing the recorded version of a course is considered equivalent to attending the course.


Q: Do I need to take any exams to enrol at International Dublin University?

A: For citizens of the Republic of Turkey, no separate exams are necessary for admission to any undergraduate program at IDU if they have been placed in a university with YKS or have studied/are studying at a foreign university. In addition, high school graduates who have not taken the YKS exam or who have taken the exam but did not reach the score to be placed in a university can apply to the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Communication, Faculty of Islamic Sciences and Faculty of Engineering Programs after the evaluation of the International Dublin University Qualification Commission.


Q: I am still studying at university, so can I enrol at International Dublin University?

A: Yes, you can. You can enrol at IDU while you are attending another university.


Q: Is it possible to double major in two different study programmes simultaneously at International Dublin University?

A: Yes, you can. Furthermore, there is a special discount for these students.


Q: Which documents are required for enrolment?

A: The documents needed for enrolment include one passport-sized photograph, identity card, student certificate for currently enrolled students, diploma or provisional graduation certificate for graduates, the transcript from previous semesters for students who have received a university education before but have not completed it, and proof documents (residence, professional identity card, disabled health report, etc.) for the campaign and special scholarship opportunities.


Q: Is it possible to take courses from the upper semesters and finish early?

A: If the courses you want to take from the upper semester are offered in that semester, you can take the courses without paying additional fees within the regulations, and you can complete your education early if you can prove the professional certificates and certifications related to your registered program on the e-government system.


Q: I request a student certificate, but how can I get it?

A: You can instantly receive your student certificate and other educational documents with an electronic signature from e-Campus.


Q: Does the second university postpone military service?

A: No, it does not.


Q: Do I need to bring a military status certificate while registering?

A: No, you do not need to bring a military status certificate when registering.


Q: Can I study at International Dublin University as a first university?

A: High school graduates who are citizens of the Republic of Turkey can apply to the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Communication, Faculty of Islamic Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Education Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Sports Sciences Programs after the evaluation of the International Dublin University Qualification Commission.


Q: How much is the annual tuition fee?

A: Tuition fees for IDU programs are not paid annually but as a single payment for the entire duration of the program for which you are enrolled.


Q: What are the payment options?

A: Payment can be made by bank transfer, EFT and credit card instalments. The Bank Account information of our university is available on the registration page.


Q: Is there a Scholarship Opportunity?

A: You can be informed about the discounts and scholarship opportunities offered periodically by our educational counsellors about prices and campaigns.


Q: How many exams are there in an academic year?

A: There will be at least 3 assignments and 1 final exam per course each semester. Instructors will share information about their course with their students at the beginning of the semester.


Q: How will the exam system be?

A: Our exams are conducted either as a multiple choice test or a classical depending on the preference of the course instructor. Final exams are held online with and without invigilation.


Q: What is the system of being successful in courses at the university?

A: For students to be considered successful in a course, they must score at least 60 points out of 100 in the semester/year-end exam.


Q: Will there be make-up exams?

A: No, there will not be. As a result of the final exams, students who cannot obtain a passing grade can take that course during the summer school period. In case of failure, they will have to retake the course in the following semester.


Q: Can I freeze registration?

A: Yes. If 1/3 of the tuition fee for the period to be frozen is paid, the registration can be frozen. The periods of registration freeze are not counted from the educational period.


Q: Can I get a course exemption from the courses I took at my previous university?

A: After your student registration is made and the official certificate of successful completion of the relevant courses at your previous university is submitted, you can apply to the university administration with a petition with the transcript and content details of the courses you have taken before. After evaluating the courses to be determined within the framework of the decision of the Academic Board, if deemed appropriate, your course exemption can be provided. If you wish, you can attend the exempted courses online without an exam requirement.


Q: What are the benefits of studying at Dublin International University Online University?

A: The online study method allows students to decide when and where to study, as the teaching materials are available 24/7 all year round. In addition, IDU graduates have the opportunity to develop their careers abroad while they have the opportunity to do internships in Turkey during their studies.


Q: How will I study?

A: All you need to work at IDU is any device with internet access (computer, tablet or smartphone). Materials that are always available to you with this device include video lectures, lecture notes, slides presented with audio and self-assessment/preparation tests.