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REGISTRATION ACCEPTANCE REGULATION FOR DEPARTMENT OF CULINARY ARTS AND MANAGEMENT AND CULINARY ARTS AND MANAGEMENT SUNY PROGRAM


 

Purpose
Article 1-
The purpose of this directive is to determine the application principles for the selection of students that will be accepted to the School of Applied Management Sciences Department of Culinary Arts and Management and Dual Degree Program Culinary Arts and Managemen (SUNY-Cobleskill).

Pre-registration
Article 2-
(1) In order to take the Aptitude Test, the candidates have to make pre-registration.

(2) Each candidate must make his/her own pre-registration. Pre-registration cannot be made by other people or by mail. 

(3) YGS scores (Transition to Higher Education Exam), where OBP (High School GPA) is not included, will be taken into consideration at pre-registration. The applicants for the School of Applied Management Sciences Department of Culinary Arts and Management need to have a raw score of at least 150 or higher from any type of YGS score. The applicants for Dual Degree Program Culinary Arts and Managemen (SUNY-Cobleskill) need to have a raw score of at least 180 or higher from any type of YGS score.

(4) The candidates who will benefit from the quota reserved for foreign students must enter the exams accepted by Izmir University of Economics and they must obtain the minimum point and/or must have one of the required diplomas.

(5) The candidates are asked to submit a “Medical Board Report” about the adequacy of the physical and psychological states of the candidates for being educated in this department and executing kitchen services and management of the business enterprises after graduation. The candidates who are not found eligible cannot attend other phases of selection and interview. 

(6) The applicants who apply for the Department of Culinary Arts and Management need to submit an up to 300-words “Statement of Purpose” indicating their desires and reasons for enrolment along with other documents required.  

(7) Other conditions and documents needed for registration will be determined and announced.

(8) Applicants, who qualified to register for any higher education program through central placement system, can also apply for this program.

Forming Selective Jury
Article 3-
(1)Selective Jury is made up of 5 people selected by University Administrative Board among the candidates proposed by School Directorate.

(2) The Jury may take opinions and consultancy services from professional institutions if necessary.

Article 4- The equipments that are needed by the candidates who will attend selections and the preparations they have to make will be determined beforehand and announced to the candidates. The candidates have to bring the equipments needed and make necessary preparations. The candidates whose preparations are incomplete cannot attend selections.

Selection and Evaluation
Article 5-
(1) A two phase selection process takes place. First of which is a written test, and the second is an interview.  

The candidates who get a score of at least 50 are entitled to take the second phase. In the second phase, the jury holds a face-to-face interview with the candidates trying to know them better. The interests and expectations of candidates towards this profession, their ability of expression, their communication skills, analytical thinking and problem solving skills, work ethics, sense of responsibility and hygiene literacy are evaluated during the interview.

(2) Candidates are evaluated based on 100 (one hundred) points by each jury separately.  Success Grade is calculated by taking the average scores given by jury members into account. Aptitude Test Score (OYSP) will be calculated by taking the average of written and oral exam scores into consideration.

(3) The candidates have to attend all the phases anticipated for selection. The candidate who does not attend any of the phases will be out of evaluation.

Placement Point
Article 6
(1) Principles specified in Student Selection and Placement System 2016 Guide for selection through Aptitude Test, prepared by OSYM, will be taken into consideration in determining the admission of applicants to the program.

(2) The three types of scores specified below will be taken into cinsideration in order to calculate the placement score.

a) OYSP-SP (Aptitude Test Score-Standard Score)

b) OBP (High School GPA) (the highest of OBP-SOZ (verbal), OBP-SAY (quantitative), OBP-EA (equal weight)

c) 2016-YGS Score (YGS-P) (the highest of YGS scores)

(3) If the placement point of the candidates are equal, then the one that

a)       Has a higher YGS point,
b)       Is not registered to another higher education institute,
c)       Is younger is given priority.

(4) The highest of YGS scores indicated in YGS score card, and the High School GPA announced with  LYS results by OSYM for this score type will be taken into consideration in determining the Placement Score.

(5) The score (Placement Score= YP) that will be a basis to placement is calculated according to formula below:

a) For applicants who graduated from respective programs of Vocational School:

YP = (1.17 x OYSP-SP) + (0.11 x OBP) + (0.22 YGS-P) + (0.03 x OBP)

b) For applicants who graduated from other high schools such as General High Schools or Anatolian High Schools:

YP = (1.17 x OYSP-SP) + (0.11 x OBP) + (0. 22 YGS-P)

(6) The Applicants’ Placement Score (YP) is calculated by multiplying the OYSP-SP by 1.17, multiplying the highest YGS raw score by 0.22, and multiplying the High School GPA by 0.11 for applicants not graduated from respective programs, and by 0.14 for applicants graduated from respective programs of Vocational School specified by OSYM , and adding all the figures together. 

(7) - OYSP (Aptitude Test Score-Standard Score) is turned into a standard score in order to be included in weighting when determining the YP (Placement Score). Each applicant has an average of 50 and a standard deviation of 10.

(8) In order to turn the OYSP into standard score, first the average of OYSP Score quantile and standard deviation is calculated. Then the below formula is used for each applicant to calculate the OYSP Standard Score.

OYSP (Aptitude Test Score-Standard Score) = 10 x

 

The Ones That Have the Right to Register and Final Registration
Article 7

The candidates that are in the quota in success rank made according to the placements points gain the right to make final registration. Other candidates will be announced as substitutes. 

The lists about the ones that have the right to make final registration and approved by the School Administrative Board are announced by the School of Applied Management Sciences.

(2) The candidates that have the right to make final registration should make their registration within the given time. The registrations of the candidates that have the right to make registration are made according to the Regulation For Associate And Undergraduate Degree Education And Examinations.


(3) If there is vacancy in the quota, in the dates announced beforehand, the quota is filled by starting from the candidates with the highest placement point, the candidates in the reserve list are placed during pre-registration. After this period, no one can make final registration even if there is vacancy in the quota. The candidate that does not make his/her final registration within the given time loses his/her registration right. 

Article 8- (1) The candidates who will be awarded with a scholarship are determined according to the following criteria:

a)The students with YGS raw score of 330 and above are awarded “Full Tuition Scholarship” according to the ranking based on the Placement Scores within the quota specified in the Higher Education Programs Quota Guide.

b) (Change: SD- 26/04/2017-310-A6-BTD-02/05/2017-30) The students with YGS raw score of 225 and above and who are following the Full Tuition Scholarship students will be awarded “50% Tuition Scholarship” according to the ranking based on the Placement Scores within the quota specified in the Higher Education Programs Quota Guide.

(2) If the scholarship quota cannot be filled with the appropriate applicants meeting the requirements mentioned above, regular students (with tuition) are accepted.

(3) Scholarships continue on the condition that the requirements specified in University Scholarship Regulation are met.

(4) Students, that graduated from any undergraduate program of a university in Turkey or abroad, cannot benefit from Full Tuition Scholarship.

(5) The scholarships of students who were awarded a scholarship initially will be suspended when found out that they graduated from another higher education program previously, and they will be asked to pay back the amount they were granted. 

The Regulaions and Bylaws not in effect anymore

Article 9- The Registration Acceptance Regulation for Department of Culinary Arts and Management which took effect upon the decision of the Senate dated 19.06.2008 and numbered 117/a-6 and the decision of the Board of Trustees dated 23.06.2008 and numbered 42/1-1, School of Applied Management Sciences Department of Culinary Arts and Management SUNY Dual Degree Program Student Admissions and Principles for Determining Placement Scores which took effect upon the decision of the Senate dated 31.05.2012 and numbered 192/A-8 and School of Applied Management Sciences Department of Culinary Arts and Management Student Admissions and Principles for Determining Placement Scores which took effect upon the decision of the Senate dated 19.6.2008 and numbered 117/A-7 are not in effect anymore.

Implementation
Article 10-
This directive is executed by the Rector of the IUE.

Effectiveness
Article 11-
This directive takes effect on the date of the approval by the Board of Trustees.

 

 

This regulation takes effect upon the decision of the Senate dated 25.05.2016  and numbered 277/A6 and Board of Turstees dated 12.07.2016 and numbered 20/12.

 

 

 

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