Evaluation Criteria

Evaluation Criteria and Weighted Scores

The evaluation is made as 50% of the academic achievement level and 50% of the Erasmus foreign language exam result. The final calculation is made and announced by including other criteria, if any, to be used in evaluating mobility applications.

Basic Success Criteria for Selection

Weighted Score

Academic achievement level

50% (out of 100 points)

Language level

50% (out of 100 points)

 

Other Criteria (Added to the results of the core success criteria)

Weighted Score

Children of martyrs and veterans

+15 points[1]

Disabled students (provided that the disability is documented)

+10 points[2]

Students who have been granted protection, care, or shelter under Social Services Law No. 2828 and Child Protection Law No. 5395

+10 points

Providing a letter of acceptance from the internship place at the time of application

+10 points

Digital skills development internships (DOTs) are prioritized

+5 points[3]

Previous utilization (for each mobility with or without grant)

-10 points

Participation in mobility in the country of citizenship

-10 points

Failure to participate in the mobility without submitting a waiver notification in due time (If it were done in the previous election, it would be applied in the current election; if it is not submitted a waiver notification in due time after being selected in the current election, it will be applied in the next election.)

-10 points

For students selected for mobility: Unexcused non-participation in meetings/trainings organized by the higher education institution related to mobility (applied if the student reapplies to Erasmus)

-5 points

Declaring that they will take the language exam and not take it without an excuse (in case the student applies for Erasmus+ again applied)

-5 points 

Applying for both types of mobility at the same time (during periods when both mobility announcements are available and a reduction is applied to the mobility type preferred by the student)

-10 points

 



[1] In addition to combat veterans and their spouses and children and the spouses and children of war martyrs, according to Article 21 of the Anti-Terrorism Law No. 3713 dated 12/4/1991, the spouses and children of "public officials who have been injured, disabled, killed or killed by acts of terrorism while performing their duties at home or abroad or due to the performance of these duties even if their titles have been removed" and according to Article 7 of the Decree-Law No. 667 dated July 23, 2016. Under Article 7 of Decree-Law No. 667 dated July 23, 2016, the spouses and children of those who lost their lives due to the coup attempt and terrorist act carried out on July 15, 2016, and the actions that are a continuation of this act, or civilians who are disabled and their spouses and children are prioritized if they apply for Erasmus+ student mobility.

[2] For prioritization, the student must submit the Disability Health Board report in the "Regulation on Disability Assessment for Adults" published in the Official Gazette dated February 20, 2019, and numbered 30692.

[3] Internships that experience one or more of the following activities are counted in this scope: digital marketing (e.g., social media management, web analytics); digital graphic, mechanical and architectural design; application, software, and code or website development; installation, maintenance and management of information systems and networks, cyber security, data analytics, data mining, and visualization; programming, robotics, and artificial intelligence training. This does not include general customer service, demand generation, data entry, or routine office tasks.