Faculty of Business, Dokuz Eylul University was established in 1992 as the first higher education institution within the Aegean region of Turkey where the medium of instruction is English. In 1992, Economics and International Relations Departments, in 1994 Tourism Management Department and in 2008, the International Business and Trade Department joined the Faculty of Business. Additionally, Faculty of Business offers dual diploma programs since 2017, in Business Administration, Economics and International Relations programs with University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY). Faculty of Business is in the process of AACSB accreditation since Autumn 2018 and is awarded with “Business Education Alliance Member” in summer 2019. Faculty of Business currently houses a total of 100 highly qualified academic staff that consists of 29 Professors, 20 Associate Professors, 17 Assistant Professors, 5 Lecturers, and 29 Research Assistants. More than 25% of this staff has completed their graduate studies in higher educational institutions abroad and almost all have graduated from an undergraduate and/or educational institution that offer degrees in English. Besides, recognized and respected managers in the field are occasionally invited to lectures as guest speakers in order to strengthen the bond between theory and practice in related disciplines. The Faculty consists of a young and dynamic academic staff with high international mobility that is above average among all other units of the university. Thus, this provides the Faculty a great advantage in terms of adopting an innovative approach and reaching international standards. Faculty of Business has 57 agreements within the Erasmus + Scheme and 13 Academic Collaboration Protocols with China, South Korea and Russia for student mobility and short term staff mobility. Since 2017, Faculty of Business has also started a dual diploma program with State University of New York - Albany campus. A total of 83 bachelor’s degree seeking international students are enrolled in the programs of the Faculty. Students are selected through the international student placement exam and governmental agreements from countries such as Syria, Nigeria, Pakistan, Morocco, Bulgaria, Balkans, Turkish Republics, North Cyprus, Mongolia, Indonesia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kosovo, Afghanistan, South Korea, China, Iraq and Iran .