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Failure and Repetition
Students who fail in core courses must repeat the courses until they pass . Failure in free electives gives the students a choice of repeating them or enrolling in other free electives .
Repetition of courses is permitted for courses marked with “ D ” or lower .
Academic Evaluation
The academic evaluation of students is normally undertaken at the end of each semester , except for first year students whose assessment will be done at the end of the second semester . Credits earned during a summer session will be calculated in the following semester .
Regular students are expected to attain a GPA of not less than 1.75 .
Probationary students are those who obtain a GPA of less than 1.75 .
Termination of Student Status
Students are subject to termination from the program in the following instances :
1 . Students with a cumulative grade point average of less than 1.50 assessed at the end of each semester ( with the exception of the first semester of first year students )
2 . Probationary students with a cumulative grade point average of less than 1.75 evaluated at the end of each academic year
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3 . Students with a cumulative GPA of less than 2.00 calculated at the end of the time limitation 4 . Voluntary resignation 5 . Expulsion due to violation of the University ’ s regulations relating to dishonesty in the examination and / or to unreasonable prolonged absence
Academic Leave
Students eligible for academic leave must complete at least one semester and obtain a GPA of not less than 2.00 . Two consecutive semesters are the maximum period for each particular leave . Students must pay fees to maintain their educational opportunities . Students on academic leave may apply for readmission by reporting to the Records Office before the day of actual registration .
Any academic leave effective after the first two weeks from the first day of each semester will result in a letter symbol “ W ” recorded in the transcript .
Transfer of School / Field of Study
A student who wishes to transfer from his / her current school to a new school must have completed a minimum of two semesters in his / her former school .
To qualify for a transfer , the student must submit a request form giving reasons to get the committee ’ s approval . He / she has to make sure that all the procedures have been followed to ensure registration in the next semester . Completed
Students who fail in core courses must repeat the courses until they pass. Failure in free electives gives the students a choice of repeating them or enrolling in other free electives. Repetition of courses is permitted for courses marked with “D” or lower. 3. Students with a cumulative GPA of less than 2.00 calculated at the end of the time limitation 4. Voluntary resignation 5. Expulsion due to violation of the University’s regulations relating to dishonesty in the examination and/or to unreasonable prolonged absence Academic Evaluation Academic Leave The academic evaluation of students is normally undertaken at the end of each semester, except for first year s t u d e n t s w h o s e a s s e s s m e n t w i l l b e d o n e a t t h e e n d o f t h e second semester. Credits earned during a summer session will be calculated in the following semester. Regular students are expected to attain a GPA of not less than 1.75. Probationary students are those who obtain a GPA of less than 1.75. Students eligible for academic leave must complete at least one semester and obtain a GPA of not less than 2.00. Two consecutive semesters are the maximum period for each particular leave. Students must pay fees to maintain their educational opportunities. Students on academic leave may apply for readmission by reporting to the Records Office before the day of actual registration. Any academic leave effective after the first two weeks from the first day of each semester will result in a letter symbol “W” recorded in the transcript. Failure and Repetition Termination of Student Status Students are subject to termination from the program in the following instances: 1. Students with a cumulative grade point average of less than 1.50 assessed at the end of each semester (with the exception of the first semester of first year students) 2. Probationary students with a cumulative grade point average of less than 1.75 evaluated at the end of each academic year 50 BANGKOK UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL Transfer of School/Field of Study A student who wishes to transfer from his/her current school to a new school must have completed a minimum of two semesters in his/her former school. To qualify for a transfer, the student must submit a r e q u e s t f o r m g i v i n g r e a s o n s t o g e t t h e c o m m i t BRR( 2"bआR6R2FR7W&RFBFR&6VGW&W2fR&VVfvVBFV7W&R&Vv7G&FFRWB6VW7FW"6WFV