In the Turkish higher education system, education is carried out in three different units in universities. These are vocational colleges, faculties and institutes. The differences between them are:
In these units, education is given at the associate degree level and the education period is two years. Graduates from these graduates have an associate degree diploma.
In faculties and colleges equivalent to faculties, education is from 4 to 6 years. Graduates have a bachelor's degree.
These are the units where postgraduate education is carried out. Two-year graduate departments and four-year doctoral departments are included in the institutes.
Some departments also have night education, where courses are usually held in the afternoon and are subject to a tuition fee.
At Selçuk University, classes are held on a weekly basis. Two exams, one midterm (midterm exam) and one final exam, are held for each course. In some departments and courses, the number of exams may be more or less. The number grades given in the exams are calculated in line with the determined percentages (such as 40% for Midterm, 60% for Final), and there is the letter equivalent of the grade, and the numerical equivalent of this letter grade is taken into account when calculating the general academic average. General academic average is evaluated from 4-point system.