The Student Affairs Office.
The absence limit is 30% of the total hours for each course. If you exceed this, you will be withdrawn from the course and you will not be allowed to attend the course again or take the final exam. The grade on your transcript will be EW (Enforced Withdrawal).
All excuses, including medical excuses, will be counted. In other words, a medical excuse that takes you above the 30% limit will still be counted as an absence.
A medical excuse will enable you to take missed exams or to present a project after the deadline.
The Student Affairs Office normally sends three warnings:
You will receive these warnings by Email, and they will also be displayed on the notice board.
Withdrawing from the course means that you have to repeat the course. If you were forced to withdraw due to absence, EW will be shown next to the course on your transcript. You then have to pay the course fees again, in addition to delaying completion of the program.