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i.

Summer School students who have not been offered a place at the University have no automatic right of acceptance into any Faculty of the University.

ii.

Registered students of the University including those on approved leave of absence shall be given credit for courses successfully completed at the Summer School. Unless they register expressly not for credit, students may not subsequently have such credit altered.

iii. Persons admitted under Regulation 1 (iii), who are accepted into the University may be granted credit/exemption for courses successfully completed in the Summer School provided that five (5) years have not elapsed since the completion of the relevant course(s).

iv. Students who do not satisfy the normal matriculation requirement may not use the credits gained in Summer School for both matriculation and credit towards a degree.

v.

Participation of students in the Summer session shall be optional.

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BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

F.

i.

Summer School Students shall be required to pay the appropriate fees and to complete and submit their registration forms to the Registry no later than May 31.

ii.

In cases where results are declared after May 31, students may be permitted to register up to the end of the 2nd week of the Summer School session.

iii. The maximum number of credits for which Summer School students may normally be permitted to register is nine (9) credits. Registration for a course offered in the Summer School implies registration for the examination for that course.

v.

Summer School students may apply for a change of registration by submitting a Change of Registration (add/drop) Form to the Registry no later than the end of the 2nd week of the Summer School session.

i.

Summer School students may apply to withdraw from a course or courses by writing to the Dean/ Assistant Registrar.

ii.

Applications for withdrawal from a course must reach the Campus Registrar no later than two (2) weeks after teaching has begun. A penalty will be instituted as follows:

a. 25% of the fees up to the end of the 1st week of teaching b. 30% of the fees up to the end of the 2nd week.

Award Of Credit/Exemption

6.

4.

i.

Examinations for courses taught in the Summer School shall be conducted in accordance with the University Examination Regulations.

ii.

Summer School students shall write the University Examinations appropriate to the course(s) for which they are registered.

C.

Registration

3.

D.

Examinations

E.

Application For Withdrawal

5.

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