The teaching hours are distributed in principle to classes and leave the student the freedom to choose the courses required from him and to progress in his studies according to his needs and readiness, and under the guidance of the academic advisor within the minimum and higher hours of credit allowed to register in each semester.
Is a unit of measurement for the amount of material taught by the student in one course during the regular semester, which extends to (16 weeks). The number of credit hours per course is calculated by adding the number of theoretical and practical hours.
He is a member of the faculty chosen by the academic department in the college to guide the student in the process of recording the courses of each semester, and follow his career since entering the university until graduation and provide the student with advice and guidance permanent, and knows the university regulations and policy.
Total credit hours recorded by students in the regular semester, And not less than 12 credit hours and not more than 18 credit hours for the first and second compulsory classes and not less than 2 credit hours and not more than 9 credit hours for the summer semester as a maximum and can increase the number of hours to 21 hours in the compulsory classes or 12 hours in the summer semester in case The student's quarterly average in the previous semester was above (3) points or the student was a graduate.
The student's academic level is determined by the number of hours that he / she has completed successfully under the study plan.
A set of courses that the student must pass successfully to obtain the University degree in the degree which he is studying.
A set of compulsory and optional courses taught by all university students to provide a cultural and knowledge base for them, which are in line with the University's objectives.
A group of courses (compulsory and elective) studied all the college students of different specialties, so as to provide a base of basic science in their field of study.
These include obligatory courses taught by all accepted students in a Specific Degree , and optional courses chosen by students from among the courses that the college determines for the bachelor's degree .
The student has the right to withdraw from an article in which he has already registered or to freeze the courses of dismissal all during the period specified in the university calendar. The term (withdrawn / w) in respect of this course is confirmed in the student's academic record. The student's decision to withdraw from it is not included in the quarterly and cumulative average, and is paid at the cost of the course.
If the enrollment period ends and the student does not register or stop his registration in the semester, the student is considered to be disconnected from the study. The interrupted student shall pay for each semester the fees resulting from his interruption, and shall be deducted from the maximum period allowed for study.
A score taken by the student less than 60 and higher or equal to 50, and the course is successful but it is a success is not true where the point rate is below (2) points and above (1) points and thus the point rate of the decision below the normal rate (2) On the cumulative average and can return the course in which he succeeded, whether a policeman or real so that the number of hours returned registration of (15) hours in accordance with the decision of the Council of Higher Education / 41 /.
The quarterly average is the sum of the points awarded by the student in the courses he studied during the semester after hitting each of the number of credit hours of the course divided by the total number of credit hours studied by the student during the semester.
The student's cumulative average is calculated by calculating the quarterly average, taking into account all the courses that the student has studied since the beginning of his studies at the university until the date of calculating the average.
The student must study the course in order to be able to register the following requirement and obtain a success or failure score. For example, a student can not take the English course /2 / before the English course / 1 / is taught. In case of violation, Acceptance and registration by canceling its registration and its mark in that decision.
The new student can not stop his registration in his first semester and is entitled to withdraw from all courses or stop the registration in his second semester at the university.
Registration begins on the date specified in the university calendar issued by the University Council at the end of the previous school year.
Students can stop recording for 4 semesters of university life is not calculated within the maximum duration of the study.
Students can not enroll in two universities at the same time, except for open education and distance learning.
Yes, when he re-enrolls in the course, the full tuition fee must be paid for the course.
Yes, the student is not required to take the final exam if he does not achieve the percentage of full attendance which is counted within the class of the work of dismissal and if he does not achieve the required percentage of work or did not receive 25% of the mark of the work of dismissal is prohibited from applying for the final examination of the course, Deferred z, and the calculation of the cumulative average
The documents are submitted once only at the beginning of the university study and the student receives the discount after approval and the discount for the minimum term of study.
Scholarships for private universities are government grants issued by the Syrian Ministry of Higher Education. These are university seats within private universities that allow students to study for free without paying any fees. The Ministry provides free annual seats for the Syrian student with a recent general secondary certificate (scientific or literary) in order to provide the opportunity to study free of charge in these universities by 5% of the number of seats.
Yes Accepted according to specific conditions
Students should prepare for final examinations as follows: 1. Settle all financial payments due. 2. Present their University ID card at examinations. Students without their University ID will not be permitted to take exams. 3. Abide by the University regulations pertaining to examinations and avoid cheating and any other activity that may disrupt the exam hall.
Students may have their registration suspended for excessive unexcused absences but are permitted to resume their studies in a later semester upon the approval of their dean and by reapplying to the Registration Department in accordance with the University's by-laws and regulations.
Students who have completed at least one semester may apply to suspend their coursework provided that they apply within the specified time limit.
When students receive a Grade Point Average (GPA) of (2.00) or below at the end of any semester, they are issued a warning to inform them that their GPA is below the acceptable level. Students who have received an academic warning will need to exert more efforts to raise their GPA above (2.00) and cannot register for more than 12 credit hours. Students are required to raise their GPA by the end of the following semester or they will be issued a second warning.
A student's CGPA represents his/her grade point average for all courses studied at the University.
The student union is a student body that represents the students of the university and expresses their opinions. The nomination is made annually to the membership of this body. The student can join the administrative body of the student union by nominating himself or by volunteering in one of the committees of the union after its formation.
The faculty to which the student belongs shall appoint one of the faculty members to be an academic advisor to the students. The student should review it continuously and take his advice. He is the most knowledgeable of his interests and is the first to be approached by the student when he feels any academic problem.
Attending classes, whether theoretical or practical courses, is considered essential for students to remain in good standing at the University. Students missing 20% of the total number of the credit hours assigned for each course are not permitted to take their final exams for these course/s and shall receive a grade of 'F' for the course/s. Students reaching 20% in their absences shall be informed by mail or a notice reflecting such will be posted at the University.
Once registered, students may drop or add courses in accordance with University regulations. Students should inform their advisors and seek their guidance. The drop/add period runs through the first week of classes only. During the Summer Session, the Drop/Add period extendds for the first three (3) days of class only.