Re-enrollment (for the dropped out, dismissed, or totally withdrawing students): In the first week of the semester. Apology: From the second week until the twelfth week. Postponement: Until the end of the first week of the semester. Automatic transfer: From the seventh week to the eighth week of the semester. Changing the type of study (from affiliation to regular attending): Until the end of the first week of the semester.
Postponement: 1- It is not calculated as part of the regular period of study. 2- The allowance is deferred for the student who postpones his study. 3- Students can postpone for two successive semesters or three separate semesters. 4- Postponement for two successive years is not allowed in the full academic year system. 5- The students are entitled to obtain an honors degree when they graduate. Apology: 1- It is calculated as part of the regular period of study. 2- Only two-month allowance can be disbursed to the students. 3- The students can excuse themselves for not attending three successive semesters. 4- The students cannot excuse themselves for not attending two successive years. 5- The students who excuse themselves are not entitled to obtain an honors degree when they graduate.
Students should have spent at least one semester at their college, excluding the semesters in which the students have postponed or have excused themselves from their study. Students should submit a request to change their major automatically during the regular period, according to the UQU calendar. - The student’s remaining regular period of study should be sufficient to fulfil the graduation prerequisites. - Students who have dropped out, withdrawn, or have been dismissed during this semester are not entitled to transfer from one major to another. - Students are not entitled to transfer from one major to another unless they have passed more than half the number of hours of the study plan.
Some colleges, such as the College of Medicine and the College of Education, require that the students should fulfill the balanced percentage condition and receive the GPA required by the college. This matter also depends on the availability of places.
Students are entitled to request to delete the courses of the previous study plan after the department approves the transfer process or before the receipt of the document. However, the student’s transfer is a prerequisite.
The semester GPA is the result of the division of the total marks which the student got over the total number of units for all the courses which the student studied at any semester. The marks are calculated by multiplying the unit by the grade weight which the student got for each course.