4. Students who cannot register for courses within the
pre-registration period by themselves are advised to authorize
a guardian or a friend to register at the Records Office on their
behalf during the pre-registration period.
5. Students who fail to register during the pre-registration
period can seek an approval from the Dean of BU International for
late registration within the first week of each semester. However,
late registration is subject to the availability of courses.
6. Probationary students must receive an approval from
a counselor at the Counseling Department prior t o registration.
7. Students who do not want to register in the first or
second semester must apply for an academic leave or their
student status will be terminated.
Students who withdraw some of their courses within the
first 13 weeks of each semester or before the final examination
of the summer session, will have the letter “W” recorded in the
Students who officially drop a course after registration
may obtain a refund based on the following conditions:
100% Refund if the University cancels the course
40% Refund if the student withdraws within the first
week of the semester or within the first week of
the summer session
Adding, Dropping, and Withdrawal Policies Time Limitation
Adding Students must complete the degree program within eight
academic years, but not less than three academic years from
the date of initial enrollment.
Students are required to complete the adding procedure
within the first week of each semester.
Students must seek approval from their academic advi-
sors prior to registration.
Students may officially drop some of their courses within
the first week of the two regular semesters and the summer
session. The letter “W,” the symbol of withdrawal, will then not
be recorded in the transcript.
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Grades used in reporting a student’s academic standing
are assigned as follows: