The exam dates, project deadlines, and timetables will be communicated at the beginning of every semester by the instructor of the course. In addition, you will receive a brochure that includes the Academic Calendar and all important dates. The timetable of final exams will be circulated two weeks before the start date listed in the Academic Calendar.
Inform the Student Affairs Office to complete the form.
From the Registration Office
Inform the Student Affairs Office as soon as possible and complete the ‘Incomplete Exam Form’ so you can take the exam later. You must submit the relevant documents supporting the absence if:
You have the right to dispute the result of the final exam only and this must be done within the time period detailed in the Academic Calendar. You must complete a complaint form and submit it to the Student Affairs Office, who will follow the appropriate procedures and inform you of the outcome.
You will be dismissed from the exam room and the proctor will submit a report on the incident. The Disciplinary Committee will review the case and take a decision as follows:
Cheating means an attempt to get information in illegal and immoral ways. Cheating includes:
Plagiarism means using the work of others without making reference to the original resources and names of the authors. Even where the original material is properly cited, you are not allowed to copy more than 10% of any assignment.