The Gender and Women's Studies Graduate Program is an interdisciplinary program, established in 1994 as a part of the Graduate School of Social Sciences of Middle East Technical University. It provides an integrated framework through courses both designed specifically for the purpose of this program and those taught in various departments of the University. The program includes both theoretical and applied courses in gender and women's studies. Since the establishment of the program, students from various disciplines such as sociology, psychology, philosophy, American literature, economy, mathematics, electrical engineering, physics education, medicine and industrial engineering have been accepted.
Prospective degree candidates from a variety of backgrounds are eligible for enrollment upon demonstration of:
English language competency (METU English proficiency 64,5; TOEFL IBT 79 for minimum) and general level of aptitude.
Students are expected to take ALES and have a minimum score of 55 or to take 610 verbal score from GRE.
Candidates should document that their graduate level cumulative grade is 2.5/4 or 75/100 or above.