REGULATIONS AND POLICIES PDF Drukuj Email

 

1. Practical classes, Seminars and Lectures take place according to the schedules given by the Dean`s Office.

2. Class, seminar and lecture attendance is mandatory:

a. It is allowed to have excused absence at two classes/seminars/lectures during the semester.

b. In the case of excused absence student is obliged to have an oral answer on the next class. For this purpose student has to deliver a medical certificate to the Dean’s Office to get the confirmation and written permission for an oral answer.

c. In the case of failing oral answer student is not allowed to write a colloquium which means that he automatically gets negative score from the first term colloquium.

d. Any inexcusable absence causes a fail to pass the semester.

e. More than two excused absences cause a fail to pass the semester.

f. It is not allowed to use mobile phones or other electronic devices during the class/seminar/lecture unless the teacher recommends otherwise.

g. All classes/seminars/lectures are conducted in English. It is not allowed to communicate in any other language.

3. Student is obliged to have a knowledge of current and each previous class.

4. Assessment system:

a. At the end of each class students will have mini test evaluated according to the following

grading scale: a maximum of 5 points per mini test.

Failed test – 0-2 points

Passed test – 3-5 points (cannot be corrected)

Students have to retake ONLY two failed mini test per semester, two times (each) in the following classes. Students who still fail loose the chance to get that points, but still will have oral answer to pass (no additional points) the failed class. Failling on more than two tests would be treated same way - Students loose the chance to get that points but still have to answer the failed material orally. In the case of failing the mini test student is not allowed to write a colloquium which means that he automatically gets negative score from the first term colloquium.

b. At the end of each unit students will have a colloquium (credit) evaluated according to the following scale: a maximum of 20 points per colloquium.

Failed – 0-11 points

Satisfactory (3) – 12-13 points

Satisfactory plus (3+) – 14-15 points

Good (4) – 16-17 points

Good plus (4+) – 18 points

Very good (5) – 19-20 points

Retake of a colloquium is possible 2 times. All Students who failed colloquium should retake it at one time at the time scheduled by your teacher.

Exam is a multiple choice test. 60% is required to pass an exam.

 Failed – 0-59%

 Satisfactory (3) – 60-68%

 Satisfactory plus (3+) – 69-76%

 Good (4) – 77-84%

 Good plus (4+) – 85-92%

 Very good (5) – 93-100%

c. It is not allowed to use mobile phones or other electronic devices during the mini tests, colloquiums and exam. Breaking the rules will be reported to Disciplinary Committee.

d. It is not allowed to communicate to each other during the mini tests or colloquiums.

e. At the end of a term all points will be summed up (mini tests and colloquiums) and the grading for final mark will be the same as for colloquium (credit).

5. Before entering the class / seminar / lecture, please leave your outerwear in the cloakroom. Autopsies will take place during practical classes at the time scheduled by the Department. During autopsy classes white coats are mandatory.

6. To be elegible to take colloquium (credit) Student must pass all practical classes of that unit.

7. To be elegible to take final exam Student must pass all colloquiums (credits). Retake of a final exam is possible 3 times.

8. Students whose average grade is higher than 4,8 are released from writing a final exam.

9. Students have to follow Occupational Safety and Health Regulations.

10. Questions not regulated by these Regulations will be solved individually by the Head of the Department.

11. Regulations come into force on 03 September 2017.