The National Code

The national code designates the number of the admission application form for which a student was nominated to a college in the University of Bahri. Every student shall confirm he/she has a national code to guarantee the future authentication of his/her degree by the Ministries of Higher Education and Foreign Affairs.

Amendment of a Student’s Name

A student whose name is wrongly cited in the Sudan School Certificate must correct it by referring his /her legal supporting documents to the Directorate-General of Examination.  A student who has his/her name amended without following the above procedure, his/her university degree might not be authenticated.

Academic Advisor

  1. Throughout the course of study in the University each student shall have an academic advisor. An academic advisor is a staff member nominated by the respective department and endorsed by the college/centre/ board.
  2. Beside the normal duties and responsibilities, an academic advisor is expected to:
  3. Provide academic guidance and follow-up the student’s progress and performance.
  4. Provide general counselling on non-academic issues and refer student(s), when necessary, to the appropriate support units through the normal channels.
  5. The academic advisor should submit at the end of each semester a report to his/her respective department for evaluation.
  6. A student has the right to appeal for the replacement of his/her academic advisor if the relationship between the two has become unsatisfactory.

Study Fees

A- Registration fees:

They are set by the Dean’s board. Such fees are same for all the university colleges’. However, they may be amended by the   Dean’s board whenever, deemed to be necessary.

B-Tuition Fees:

They are set by an interview Committee at different colleges/centres.

  • These fees shall remain unchanged for any given batch of students until they graduate.
  • In cases of dismissal or re-registration, the tuition fees shall be set in accordance with the university regulations.

Full or Partial Exemption from Tuition Fees

Some students nominated for admission for the Bachelor degree may be exempted fully from the prescribed fees, or entitle discounted fees, provided that they submit the respective supporting documents and others to the concerned committee, in accordance with the following

  1. Students illegible for total exemption from tuition fees are:
  • Sons and daughters of Higher Education employees in accordance with a set of conditions. This exemption shall not apply to students applying for post-graduate, extramural studies, diplomas, part-time study pursuant to the Decree of the Council for Higher Education No. (14) 1995.
  • Sons and daughters of martyrs.
  • Students with special needs.
  1. Students illegible for partial exemption from tuition fees are:  
  • Orphan students
  • Sons and daughters of pensioners
  • Brothers and sisters in the University of Bahri.

Regulations for the Award of Bachelor Degrees and

Technical Diploma

Eligibility

  1. To be considered eligible for the award of the bachelor degree or technical diploma, a student must have completed the specified duration and fulfil all the requirements designed for each course in the corresponding programme.
  2. The Senate shall award the general and honours bachelor degrees and technical diploma to candidates who have fulfilled the requirements for the award.

Duration

  1. The required length of study for the award of technical diploma shall be three academic years, four for general degree, and five for honours degree. However, the honour degree in the College of Law, the general degree in veterinary medicine and that of medicine and surgery takes four, five and six academic years respectively.
  2. The maximum allowable period of study shall not exceed those indicated in point 1 by more than two years.
  3. The total period spent by a student as unregistered shall not be included in the calculation of the maximum allowable duration.

Required Credit Hours

  1. The minimum and maximum number of total credit hours required for the award of technical diploma and bachelor degrees shall be as indicated in the following table.

Minimum and maximum total credit hours (CH)

Duration (years) Min. / Max. CH
Three 90 – 100
Four 130 – 140
Four or Five 170 – 200
Six 210 – 220

 

  1. The minimum credit hours per semester shall be 16, while the maximum shall be 24. However, for the final year students, the chairperson of the Senate on the recommendation of the college or centre board may allow to go below the indicated minimum upon submission of acceptable reasons.

 

Eligibility

  1. A student with less than 75% attendance in theoretical and/or practical components of a particular course shall be barred from sitting for the final examination.
  2. A student with absence between 25% and 35% may be allowed to sit for final examinations under special legitimate reasons given in writing by the absentee to the college/centre/ board.

Calendar

  1. Final examinations shall be held twice in the academic year at the end of the two semesters and shall be called the final first and second semester examinations respectively.
  2. Supplementary and substitute examinations shall be held once a year three- six weeks before the beginning of the next academic year.
  3. The examinations shall be held according to the annual calendar of dates approved by the Senate.
  4. The timetable for the examinations shall be announced by the examination officer of the college or centre three weeks before the beginning of the examinations.
  5. Results of first semester examination shall be announced immediately after its endorsement by the College/ Centre boards. Results of the second semester on the other hand shall only be announced after their endorsement by the Central committee for examination, a Senate standing committee.

Weighing and Assessment

  1. Courses are assessed during and at the end of each semester. From the total marks awarded to each course, 70% shall be allocated to the final semester examinations and 30% shall be allocated to continuous assessment except in special cases approved by the Senate.
  2. Final examinations shall constitute written, practical and/or oral depending on the nature of the course.
  3. The continuous assessment shall cover theoretical and/or practical parts of the course. This shall include a mid-term exam and at least three pieces of work that may include tests, quizzes, assignments, scientific reports, seminars, projects, presentations and essays.
  4. The results of the continuous assessment shall be announced to the students one week before the reading week of each semester. These results shall be included in the calculation of the final mark of final, supplementary, substitute, carry over and resit examinations.

Instructions to Students inside the Examination Hall

Students should strictly adhere to the following:

  1. Students are advised to be inside the examination hall ten minutes before the start of the examinations.
  2. No student shall be admitted to the examination hall after 30 minutes from the start of the examination.
  3. A student who enters the examination hall late, but within the time indicated under Point 2, should not be allowed extra time.
  4. No student shall be allowed to leave the examination hall until half of the time scheduled for the examination has elapsed.
  5. A student who leaves the examination hall s during the examination session shall not be readmitted unless, throughout the period of his/her absence, he/she has been continuously under the observation of an invigilator or an authorised person.
  6. A student should bring all that might be needed for the particular examination. No lending or borrowing is allowed.
  7. No student shall be allowed to possess, receive or use any printed or written documents, illustrations, mobile phones, digital devices or any other unauthorised aids in the examination hall.
  8. A student shall stop writing when instructed to do so.
  9. A student should not indulge in conversation, or in any mean of communication with other students.
  10. A student must not, directly or indirectly, give or receive assistance to or from any other student.
  11. A student sitting for examination shall display his/her University identity card during the examination period.
  12. A Student should write his/her name and the University identity card number on the answer script and question paper immediately after receiving them.
  13. A Student must confirm his/her attendance in the relevant sheet by signing against their names.
  14. A student should remain seated until the invigilators collect the examination scripts and sign against his/her name before leaving the examination hall.
  15. No student is allowed to smoke, take snuff, eat, drink, chew or request any refreshment other than fresh water provided in the examination hall.
  16. A student who leaves the examination hall after handing over his/her answer script should not get involved in any action as to disturb and/or give assistance to students inside the examination hall.
  17. A student should comply with all instructions given by the invigilator without questioning or objecting and must maintain a respectful approach towards invigilators.
  18. If the Senate is convinced that a student has committed a breach of one or more of these examination instructions, he/she shall be deemed to have committed an offence.

Cheating Cases during examination

A student violating any instruction described under point6 to point 9 and/or committed any other action, which in the opinion of the invigilator is unfair means, is considered an attempt for cheating. In such condition, the following procedure should be followed:

  1. The student shall be allowed to complete the examination after the material evidence of such cheating has been documented and removed.
  2. The invigilator shall sign his/her examination script with a note and shall notify the chief invigilator who shall submit a report on the incident to the concerned college or centre examination officer.
  3. The examination officer shall immediately submit such cases to the chairperson of the college or centre board for constituting an investigation committee which shall be composed of:
    1. The deputy dean/director of the concerned college or centre as a chairperson.
    2. The examination officer of the concerned college or centre as a secretary.
  • One member of the teaching staff from the relevant department.
  1. The student shall be informed and given a maximum of one week from the last examination to present him/herself before the investigation committee. If such student failed to appear before the committee, he/she shall be treated as an absentee and the investigation shall continue.
  2. The report of the investigation committee on such cases shall be presented to the college or centre board, which shall recommend the penalty to the Senate. The penalty for a student found guilty of cheating shall include:
  3. Warning.
  4. Failing the subject.
  • Repeating the year.
  1. Suspension from the University for a period of up to two academic years.
  2. Dismissal from the University.
  3. Under no circumstances shall two penalties be combined for a single cheating case.

Absence from Final Examinations

  1. A student absent from the final examinations of a whole semester without an acceptable reason shall be discontinued. In case of an absence from one or more examinations for acceptable reasons, he/she shall be allowed to sit for substitute examinations, otherwise, the student shall be considered absent and required to sit for a supplementary.
  2. A student absents from any examination component of a course composed of more than one (written, practical, oral, etc.), with acceptable reasons shall sit for a substitute for that particular component; otherwise, he/she shall sit for a supplementary for the whole course.
  3. A student who fails to submit his/her dissertation on or before the end of the final examination with acceptable reasons, he/she shall be asked to submit the dissertation before the end of the following substitute/supplementary examinations, otherwise the case shall be treated as a supplementary.
  4. Application submitted for cases described under point 1 to point 3 shall not be accepted after the elapse of one week from the end of the examinations.
  5. A final year student failing a single substitute or supplementary examination may be given viva examinations to clear the failed course provided that such course is not a carry over. A student failing more than one substitute or supplementary examination shall be given the chance to resit these examinations upon payment of prescribed fees. Such fees shall be doubled each time the student applied for re-sitting the same examination

Rechecking of Examination Scripts

A student may apply to the chairperson of the Senate for rechecking of his/her examination answer script(s) to cast any doubt on his/her officially announced results upon payment of a prescribed non-refundable fee. Such application shall be submitted within two weeks after the announcement of the results. TwoStaff members shall be appointed by the chairperson of the Senate to conduct the rechecking and submit a report to the Chair for final decision.

  1. The grading system as indicated in the following table shall be used in the assessment of student academic performance.

Grading System

MARKS Group A Group B
Grade Points Remarks Grade Points Remarks
≥ 80% A 4.0 Excellent A 4.0 Excellent1
70-79% B+ 3.5 Very Good B+ 3.5 Very Good2
60-69% B 3 Good B 3 Good
55-59% C+ 2.5 Fairly Good C 2 Pass
50-54% C 2 Pass
40-49% D 1 Conditional Pass F 0 Fail
< 40%, Abs, Bar F 0 Fail

Group A = All undergraduate programs except those indicated in Group B

Group B = MBBS, Bachelor of veterinary Medicine, Nursing, and department of Architecture

1= For MBBS Grade A is Distinction

2 = For MBBS Grade B+ is Credit

The symbol (*) shall be used as a superscript to indicate a grade obtained after supplementary examination, and shall appear in the student transcript.

  1. The symbol (**) shall be used as a superscript to indicate a grade obtained after substitute examination, and shall not appear in the student transcript.
  2. The symbol (@) shall be used in the column of the grade to indicate a cheating case.
  • The symbol “Inc” shall be used to indicate an incomplete course. Such condition shall be decided by the College board.
  1. The conditional pass “D” has to be compensated by extra points, otherwise, it has to be cleared by a supplementary. The selection of D(s) to be compensated by a supplementary examination shall be decided by the College Board.In the case of substitute and incomplete courses, the GP and the GPA shall be calculated without these courses and their grade shall appear as “Sub” and “Inc” respectively. In such case, the uncompensated D(s) shall be decided accordingly.

Classification

  1. The calculation and classification of the bachelor degrees and technical diploma shall be based on the weighted GPA as indicated below.

Percentage weights for calculation of the weighted GPA

Year Diploma General Honours Honours Architecture
1 30 10 10 5
2 30 20 15 10
3 40 30 20 10
4 40 25 25
5 30 50

 

  1. The scales adopted for the degrees and technical diploma classification shall be as indicated below

Classification for honours degree

Class Weighted GPA
Class One ≥ 3.50
Class Two Division One 3.00 to 3.49

 

Class Two Division Two 2.50 to 2.99
Class Three 2.00 to 2.49

 

Classification for honours degree of Law (4 years)

Class Weighted GPA
Excellent ≥ 3.50
Very Good 3.00 to 3.49

 

Good 2.50 to 2.99
Pass 2.00 to 2.49

 

Classification for general bachelor and technical diploma

Grade Weighted GPA
Excellent ≥ 3.50
Very good 3.00 to 3.49

 

Good 2.50 to 2.99
Pass 2.00 to 2.49

 

  1. The MBBS shall be awarded without classification.
  2. The academic history, credit hours, and medium of instruction must appear on the transcript.
  3. For those colleges and centres that offer honours degree by merit, the following conditions shall be applied:
    1. The honours degree by merit shall be optional for both potential students and the department concerned. The minimum size of the class shall be determined by the college/centre/, based on the availability of resources; in all cases the number of students shall not be less than five.
    2. To be eligible to proceed to the fifth year honours class, a student must score a minimum weighted GPA of 00 without an F”, repetition or suspension throughout his/her study period
    3. The assignment of potential students to different departments must base on the merit of their performance.
    4. The eligible candidate shall register in the next academic year after the completion of the fourth year.
    5. Under no circumstances a student shall be awarded both general and honours degrees during his/her course of study.

F. A student who fails any course in the fifth year honours class shall be awarded a general degree according to his/her performance at the end of the fourth year.

Students’ Progression

  1. The minimum GPA required to pass an academic year shall be 2.00.
  2. The progression from one academic year to the next shall be as presented in following tables.

Progression from one academic year to the next

Results Remarks
GPA ≥ 2.00 Pas
GPA ≥ 2.00 + F(s) Sup
GPA = 1.50 – 1.99 + F(s) and/or uncompensated D(s) Sup
GPA = 1.25-1.49 Rpt
GPA < 1.25 Dsc

 

Progression after Supplementary Examinations

Results Remarks
GPA ≥ 2.00

 

Pas

 

GPA ≥ 2.00 + F(s) Pas + Cro
GPA = 1.25 – 1.99 Rpt
GPA < 1.25 Dsc

 

  1. Any “F or AbsF”, uncompensated “D”, or carryover course shall be cleared in the nearest supplementary examinations.
  2. The maximum grade given for any supplementary examination to clear an “F/AbsF” and/or uncompensated “D”, or a “BarF” shall be “C”.
  3. A student with “BarF” shall appear in the remarks column as “Retake” and shall be treated in accordance with Table (10). Such student has to attend the course(s) barred from in the next academic year and sit for the final examinations along with the regular students. However, if the BarF is given for a prerequisite course(s), his/her registration shall be ceased.
  1. A student failing a prerequisite course shall clear the case in the nearest supplementary examinations, otherwise, he/she repeat the year.
  2.  A student who fails a “BarF”(absent from or fails the final examinations of their re-take course(s)) or a carryover course, his/her registration shall be ceased. Such student has to clear the case(s) in the nearest supplementary examinations; otherwise, he/she shall be dismissed.However, final year student has to continue re-sitting such examinations until he/she passes.
  3. A student who failed to attend a re-take course, his/her registration shall be ceased and given a final chance to clear the case, otherwise he/she shall be dismissed.
  1. In case of technical diploma, a student with a GPA <1.25 shall re-register the same academic year. Such student shall be allowed to re-register only twice during his/her entire course of study at the University.
  2. In the department of Architecture of the College of Engineering and Architecture, Design Studio is a major course and the minimum obtainable grade shall be “C”. A student with “F” or “D” grade in the Design Studio shall redo the course.
  3. Under no circumstances shall a student be allowed to redo a Design

Studio more than once during his/her course of study in the University.

 

Distance Education

  1. Distance education pursue an annual system of examinations, wherein the examinations are held twice a year:
  2. At the end of the academic year called first session examinations.
  3. The supplementary and substitute examinations eight weeks before the beginning of the next academic year, called second session examinations.
  4. The procedure of the course of study (i.e. Distance education) shall be indicated explicitly in the text of any degree or diploma to be awarded to the eligible candidates.
  5. The academic regulations described under student progression shall be applied to distance education programmes with the following amendments:
  6. A student with a GPA between 1.49 -1.99 shall resit the year. Such student shall only resit the failed courses (F and/or uncompensated D), and the maximum obtainable grade for such course(s) shall be “C”.
  7. A student with a GPA <1.25 shall re-register the same academic year. Such student has only two chances of re-registration during his/her entire course of study at the University.

 

Dean’s Honours List (DL)

To be included in the Dean’s Honours List for any academic year examination results, a student must have passed all courses and have a minimum GPA of 3.50.

 

 

  1. A student with any of the following conditions shall be discontinued from the University:
  2. If he/she has got a GPA of less than 1.25 in the final examination or supplementary and substitute examinations
  3. If he/she has got a repeat, re-registration or redo for the second time
  4. in the same class.
  5. If he/she has got a repeat for the third time during his/her course of

study in the University.

  1. A student/candidate with any of the following conditions shall be dismissed from the University:
  2. If he/she has got discontinued for the second time.
  3. If he/she has exceeded the maximum allowable period for study
  4. If he/she has been rejected for the third time.
  5. If he/she has got a re-registration for the third time.
  6. A dismissed student has no right to apply for readmission to the University.

 

Freezing

  1. A registered student has the right to apply for freezing the second semester or an academic year provided that he/she has acceptable reasons.
  2. Application shall be addressed to the college or centre board through the head of department and/or academic advisor.
  3. Freezing shall only be effective after approval by the College board.
  4. Such student shall not be allowed to undertake any academic activity during the freezing period.
  5. Under no circumstances shall a registered student be given more than two freezing chances during the entire course of his/her study in the University.

 

External Examination

  1. A discontinued student has a right to apply to the college or centre board for external examination in the beginning of the academic year. If such student has retake course(s), his/her application shall not be considered unless he/she submits a certified proof from the head of the department for retake of the concerned course(s).
  2. A candidate accepted to sit for external examination, may be allowed to attend classes, use library, attend the practical or revision classes during the last four weeks of each semester.
  3. A candidate has to sit for the final examinations of each semester/phase separately along with the regular students.
  4. If such student passed in more than 80% of the total credit hours, he/she shall be allowed to sit for a supplementary examination in the failed courses.
  5. Such a candidate shall only be allowed to sit for supplementary examinations provided that he/ she has passed 80% of the total credit hours of the academic year.
  6. The maximum obtainable grade shall be “C”, however grade “D” is to be considered conditional pass and must be compensated.
  7. A candidate with failure in more than 20% of the total credit hours of the first semester, the academic year, or one or more courses in the supplementary examination shall be
  8. A candidate has only three chances for sitting external examinations within the first two years after his/her discontinuation.
  9. A candidate who passed all examinations of the academic year shall be readmitted.
  10. The Examination scripts for externals shall be marked out of 100%.

 

Symbols to be used to indicate the academic history and academic status of students

  1. The academic history of a student shall appear after his/her name as a one letter symbol as indicated in the following table.

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Symbols for student’s academic history

Symbol Academic history Symbol Academic history
Ci Ceased Registration Si Suspension
Ei Resit Ti Transferred
Gi Re-registration Ui Up-graded
Oi Redo Xi External Candidate
Ri Repeat Zi Freezing

The subscript (i) is a variable indicating the academic year.

 

  1. The academic status of a student shall appear in the remarks column as a three-letters symbol as indicated in the following table.

 

Symbols for student’s academic status

Symbol Academic status Symbol Academic status
Crg Ceased Registration Rej Rejected
Cro Carry Over Rpt Repeated
Dsc Discontinued Rrg Re-registration
Dsm Dismissed Rst Resit
Frz Freeze Rtk Retake
Pas Pass Sub Substitute
Prm Promoted Sup Supplementary
Rad Readmitted Sus Suspension
Rdo

Inc

 

Redo

Incomplete

Wdr Withdrawal

 

 

 

    A – General Conduct

  1. Every student must care for the property of the University, that of its employees, and others. He/she must moreover, maintain the name of the University and its employees, as well as maintaining the University environment at large.
  2. Every student must respect religions and beliefs, and refrain from whatsoever might abuse them.
  3. Every student must respect general values and moralities of the society at large, and that of the University community in particular.
  4. Every student must refrain from involving in any behavior that would jeopardize his/her security, health or safety, or the security, health or safety of others, defame, or degrade them.
  5. Every student must respect, and cooperate with his/her teachers, and all the University employees within the context of formal and educational relations.
  6. Every student must respect the sanctity of residential areas and those in the circumference of the campus; towards which he/she must observe good conduct.
  7. Every student must observe good conduct in the University, and all of its facilities never disturb public peace and order, nor act contrary to rules complied with during lectures, examinations, symposia or other in-house activities, or out-door activities in which the university participates, in addition to refraining from inciting chaos in boarding houses.
  8. Students interested in using their private cars or vehicles must register their plate numbers at the Student Deanship or with the University Guard Unit. They must abide by parking them at designated parking lots, being aware that the University shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage of such cars or vehicles.
  9. Every student must refrain from :
  10. Taking or being in possession of any drug or intoxicant substance at any of the University sites, or entering thereto after having used or being in possession of such substances.
  11. Taking snuff, smoking, chewing gum and other similar substances in offices, laboratories, classrooms, examination halls, libraries or cafeterias.
  12. Brining in, or being in possession of whatever type of arms, or any other material, the use of which within the University campus, might endanger the security or safety of others.
  13. Playing cards or similar games, whatever they might, be within the University campus.
  14. Intermingling with members of the other sex at dark and out of sight places.
  15. Abuse of computer or other means of communication for purposes harmful for the University, or any of its employees, or any other immoral purposes.
  16. Impersonation of others in matters relating to the University, and its affairs, or speaking for the University without being authorized to do so.
  17. Taking unauthorized cognizance of confidential, or personal information of any of the University employees, or propagating, or helping unauthorized persons   to gain access to such information.
  18. Organizing, or taking part in activities or events within the University campus, or publishing posters, or leaflets, or circulating them, or raising funds or donations, or collecting signatures without the prior consent of the concerned authorities.
  19. Undermining or abusing national unity in words or deeds or calling for joining anti-national organizations.
  20. Counterfeiting or using counterfeit documents, certificates, or other official records being issued by the University or any other body, so long as such instruments relate to a student relation with the University, or procedures of enrollment therein, or intentionally damaging parts or all of the contents of such instruments, or acquiring them through unlawful means.
  21. Intentionally abusing, damaging or subverting any of the University installations or property, or attempting to do so, altering or removing them without the prior consent of the concerned authorities, or involving in any attitude that might reversely affect the University environment and facilities.
  22. Student`s disruption of order, or violation of code of conduct that he/she is obliged to observe while being under investigation and disciplinary action.
  23. It is not at all allowed to stage a sit-in within the University premises, or any other related locations, or use its buildings for any purpose not authorized by the University Regulations.
  24. It is unlawful for any student to refrain from mentioning his/her correct name, or the correct name of his/her college, or abstain from showing or handing over his/her University Identity card, whenever requested by an authorized official to do so.

 

  1. General Appearance
  2. A student must abide, with regard to his/her appearance by decent dress code that conforms to sound taste.
  3. Male students must be dressed in trousers and shirts, or the national uniform, and avoid wearing clothes that bear bizarre drawings or inscriptions.
  4. In addition to the provisions of paragraph :1, female students must abide by the controls provided for by the Higher Education Regulations pertaining to general appearance which stipulate female student dress to be:
  5. Long and covering body, including head.
  6. Baggy, neither tight, nor transparent, nor revealing body features.
  7. Neither with short sleeves, nor open from front or behind.
  8. Bearing no bizarre drawings or inscriptions.

 

  1. Penalties

Whoever violates these regulations shall be subjected to penalties that shall be imposed by the Vice Chancellor after constituting an investigation board followed by a disciplinary board. Penalties shall include:

  1. Warning
  2. Payment of fine or compensation in respect to damage to property
  3. Prohibition or suspension from a given activity indefinitely or for a specified period
  4. Suspension from the University for certain period of time
  5. Dismissal from the University

Calendar of dates for the Academic Year 2016/2017

Saturday 13/08/2016 Start of Supplementary and Substitute Examinations
Thursday 25/08/2016 End of Supplementary and Substitute Examinations
Saturday 24/09/2016 Start of interviews for 1st year students
Saturday 1/10/2016 Start of 1st Semester’s Registration
Saturday 8/10/2016 Start of 1st Semester’s Lectures
Thursday29/12/2016 End of 1st Semester’s Lectures
Reading Week
Saturday 7/01/2017 Start of 1st Semester’s Examinations
Thursday 26/01/2017 End of 1st Semester’s Examinations
Four Weeks Vacation
Saturday 25/02/2017 Start of 2nd Semester’s Registration
Saturday 4/03/2017 Start of 2ndSemester’s Lectures
Thursday 26/05/2017 End of 2nd Semester’s Lectures
Reading week
Saturday 3/06/2017 Start of 2ndSemester’s Examinations
Thursday22/06/2017 End of 2nd Semester’s Examinations

Note:

Supplementary and substitute examinations start 3-6 weeks before the 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calendar of dates for the Academic Year 2016/2017

Saturday 13/08/2016 Start of Supplementary and Substitute Examinations
Thursday 25/08/2016 End of Supplementary and Substitute Examinations
Saturday 24/09/2016 Start of interviews for 1st year students
Saturday 1/10/2016 Start of 1st Semester’s Registration
Saturday 8/10/2016 Start of 1st Semester’s Lectures
Thursday29/12/2016 End of 1st Semester’s Lectures
Reading Week
Saturday 7/01/2017 Start of 1st Semester’s Examinations
Thursday 26/01/2017 End of 1st Semester’s Examinations
Four Weeks Vacation
Saturday 25/02/2017 Start of 2nd Semester’s Registration
Saturday 4/03/2017 Start of 2ndSemester’s Lectures
Thursday 26/05/2017 End of 2nd Semester’s Lectures
Reading week
Saturday 3/06/2017 Start of 2ndSemester’s Examinations
Thursday22/06/2017 End of 2nd Semester’s Examinations

Note:

Supplementary and

 

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