Attendance requirements

Attendance requirements.

Students must attend all lessons. Lecturers will record attendance taking into account the study program and credits.
To be admitted to exam for each course, students must have attended 80% of total lesson hours.
At the start of every academic term, students are required to enroll in each course by signing up in the course register managed by the Academic secretariat.
Requests to enroll in similar subjects, taught by different lecturers, should be addressed to the Committee within thirty days of the start of the academic term.
Students enrolled in a subject can take the exam in any of the exam sessions scheduled after the conclusion of the subject and after the end of the academic year in which the student has attended the subject. All subjects can be converted into a two-year course  as long as the lecturer’s program can accommodate this.
For all types of subjects (main, basic, characterizing, similar or integrative) for which a two-year version is available, the attendance will be documented in two distinct academic years.
During exam sessions, students are requested to bring a valid identity document, exam booklet and a copy of their study plan, in order to allow the commission to verify the validity of their exam booking.
It is not possible to sit exams for courses that have not been included in the students’ study plan.
Students cannot re-register for the same course twice during the same academic year.