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EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY

BY-LAW FOR TAKING COURSES FROM ANOTHER INSTITUTION

 

 

EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION, EXAMINATIONS AND SUCCESS BY-LAW

(By-law Under Article 26)

 

Eastern Mediterranean University Rectorís Office prepared the following By-law according to Article 26 of Eastern Mediterranean University Education, Examinations and Success By-Law with Senateís approval.

 

 

Brief Name

1.

Eastern Mediterranean University By-law for Taking Courses from Another Institution.

Aim and Scope

2.

This By-law regulates the conditions for taking courses as a visiting student, exchange program student or special student during the summer school or through student exchange programs from other institutions of higher education that are approved by the University Executive Board or which the University has signed collaboration protocols with.

Conditions for Taking

Courses from Another

Institution

3.

(1) Department and/or Faculty/School board determines whether the student can take courses outside the university or not and/or whether the courses to be taken outside the University are the equivalents of courses in the studentís own programme in terms of content and credits.

(2) Duration of studies at another institution is included in the period of study specified in the Eastern Mediterranean University Education, Examinations and Success By-law, regardless of the difference of the institution and the number of courses to be taken.

(3) Total credits of courses taken from another institution of higher education cannot exceed 25% of the course credits the student has to take during the school/undergraduate specified program period.

(4) The student keeps his/her student rights in EMU, however, s/he cannot benefit from the student rights regarding diploma or student status in the higher education institution s/he takes course from.

(5) A student who wishes to take courses from another higher education institution should apply to the relevant department head in writing and attach a formal and certified document summarizing the titles, credits and content of the courses to be taken as well as the weekly course timetable no later than the relevant semester or summer school registration renewal period

(6) Equivalency of the grades obtained at another higher education institution is determined by the faculty/school board decisions based on the Senate decisions and relevant by-laws.

(7) Students who take courses at another higher education institution continue to pay full tuition fee or the course(s) fees in EMU. However, if the student needs to pay for the courses to be taken at another institution of higher education, fees to be paid in EMU are determined by the University Executive Board.

(8) In order to be eligible to take courses from another higher education institution, a student should attend the registered program in EMU for at least one academic year and should have a minimum CGPA of 2.00.

(9) Those who do not meet the requirements of article 3(8) can take courses from another institution of higher education with the approval of the University Executive Board and†

(a) positive views of the department and faculty/school boards in faculties/schools which have departments,

(b) positive views of the faculty/school board in faculties/schools which do not have any departments.

Executive Power

4.

This By-law is executed by the Rector.

Coming into

Force

5.

This By-law comes into force following its approval by the Senate.