Student Affairs

It is the first destination that the student visits upon joining the university and turns to it in all that he wants to know about his admission, the study system, and the examinations he performs until he is awarded the degree.

The first step for the new student when going to Student Affairs at his accepted college is to bring the nomination card received from the Coordination Office, then bring a permission to pay from his division’s official in Student Affairs and pay the prescribed fees to the college’s treasury. Then the student submits the receipt and a personal photo to his squad’s official to extract the card. Then the student starts Going to the Student Affairs Office for any subscriptions, such as transportation subscription or registration certificates, etc.

First: the Bachelor’s degree:

The transfer and license examinations are held in writing at the end of each semester separately, and the College Board decides the scientific content of each of the study courses after determining them by the councils of the relevant departments.
The transfer and license examinations are held in writing at the end of each semester in the courses that the student has studied in his group and in the courses that he has left over from previous years.
In order for the student to enter the course exam, he must have fulfilled an attendance rate of not less than 50%, and the College Council, upon the request of the relevant departments councils, may issue a decision banning the student from taking the exam in the courses in which he did not meet the attendance rate, and in this case the student is considered to have failed these courses unless he submitted With an acceptable excuse not counting it as a chance to fail.
The student is transferred from the school division in which he is enrolled to the higher academic division if he has passed all the courses, or if he fails in no more than two courses from his division or from lower teams, and the student takes the exam in the courses he has left with the students of the division in which these courses are taught and his success in These courses have a grade of (acceptable). Also, during the month of October of every year, an exam is held for the final year students with no more than two courses.
The student remains to repeat the study group in the following cases:

  • If he has failed or exceeds the percentage of absence specified by the regulation in his division’s courses, or a lower difference in more than two courses, in this case the student’s return to the study group is limited to what he failed or exceeded the percentage of absence in the courses or both together.
    The student’s success in the courses and in the general grade is estimated by one of the following:

Excellent: 90% or more of the total score

Very good: from 80% to less than 90% of the score

Good: 65% to less than 80% of scores

Acceptable: 50% to less than 65% of the marks

As for the student’s failure, it is estimated by one of the following two estimates

Poor: 35% to less than 50% of the score

Very poor: less than 35% of the score

Disciplinary penalties for students:

It applies to all registered students, affiliates, and those authorized to take an examination from abroad, and the listeners are subject to the disciplinary system described hereinafter.

Therefore, dear student, do not expose yourself to the following:

Any breach of laws, regulations, and university traditions is considered a disciplinary violation, especially:

Actions violating the college system or university facilities.
Disruption of study, instigation or deliberate abstention from attending classes and lectures.
Every act inconsistent with honor and honesty or breaches good behavior.
Every breach of the examination regime or the necessary calm for it, and every cheating in or initiation of an examination
Any destruction of installations, equipment, university materials or books
Any organization of associations within the university or participation in them without prior authorization from the competent university authorities.
Distributing flyers or issuing wall papers with any pictures in colleges or collecting signatures without prior authorization from the competent authorities.
Sit inside university buildings or participate in demonstrations contrary to public order or morals.
Every student who commits cheating in an exam or attempts to do it and is caught in a state of flagrante delicto that the Dean or whoever deputizes for him from the examination committee gets out of the examination committee and is prohibited from entering the examination in the rest of the subjects and is considered to have failed all the exam subjects
It is referred to the investigation. These penalties are:

  1. Warning verbally or in writing:
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    Deprivation of some student services.
  2. Deprivation of attending the lessons of one of the courses for a period not exceeding one month.
  3. Dismissal from the college for a period not exceeding one month.
  4. Deprivation of the exam in one or more courses.
  5. Dismissal from the college for a period not exceeding one semester.
  6. Deprivation from the exam in one or more semesters.
  7. Dismissal from the college for a period not exceeding one semester
  8. Deprivation from the exam in one or more semesters.
  9. Depriving the student from registering for a master’s or doctorate for one or more semesters.
  10. Dismissal from the college for a period exceeding one semester.
  11. Final dismissal from the university, and the dismissal decision is notified to other universities, and it results in the student
  12. not being able to register or sit for exams in the universities of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
    The University Council has the right to review the decision issued for the final dismissal after the lapse of at least three
  13. years from the date of the decision.

The bodies entrusted with imposing penalties are:

-Professors and associate professors. And they have the right to impose the first four penalties for what students happen to during the lessons and lectures.

-The Dean of the faculty has the right to impose the first eight penalties set forth previously, and in the event of disturbances or breaches of order that causes irregularity in the study or examination, the Dean of the College shall have the right to impose all the previous penalties.

-The university president has the right to impose all the penalties indicated in the previous article, except for the last punishment, after consulting the faculty dean.

-Disciplinary Board  has the right to impose all penalties.

No punishment from the penalties mentioned in the fifth clause and afterwards shall be inflicted until after the student is fully investigated and his statements are heard regarding what is attributed to him. If he does not appear on the date specified for the investigation, his right to hear his statements is forfeited and the investigation is undertaken by someone assigned by the faculty dean.
-An academic staff assigned to investigate a student may not be a member of the investigation board.

-Decisions issued by the competent bodies to impose disciplinary penalties are final.