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Suspension, Resumption of Studies, Promotion, Demotion and Rustication

Suspension, Resumption of Studies, Promotion, Demotion and Rustication

1. Suspension and Resumption of Studies

1). International students who ask for leave for one third of the total class time (6 weeks or more) due to personal affairs or serious illness will be asked to suspend their studies.

2). If a student gets three written warnings in his/her academic years, he/she should be suspended as a regulatory punishment.

3). The status of ‘student’ will be retained for one, at most, two years during suspension. When suspension is due, the student should ask for resumption of studies two weeks before the start of a new academic year. He/she will be arranged in a lower grade.

4). Total suspension time for a student should not exceed two years.

5). Once suspension decision is made, the student should leave NSMU within 10 days.

6). During suspension, the student should take sole responsibility of his/her expenses and safety.

7). Those who fail to resume study at scheduled time will be regarded as “drop-out”.

8). Those who did anything against the law or regulations will be refused to resume study in NSMU and will be rusticated.

2. Promotion

    Those who have passed all the required and selective subjects as defined by the teaching syllabus will be promoted.

3. Demotion

    Demotion process will be carried out at the beginning of each semester.

1). A student who failed in the make-up examinations of four subjects or more, or failed in the restudy examinations of two or more subjects in one academic year will be demoted to a lower grade.

2). If one subject is taught in two or more semesters, it is still considered as one subject.

3). First year students failing in the make-up tests of four subjects or failed in the restudy of two subjects in the first semester are allowed to sit in the same class and will be given another chance to sit in the make-up tests by the end of the second semester. Failing again in make–up test and the number of subjects failed sum up to three subjects or two major subjects, will result in demotion to a lower grade.

4). Those who skip class for 1/4 of the total class hours in one semester will be demoted.

5). Those who fail to participate in the final examinations of three or more subjects in one academic year because their class attendance do not meet the minimum requirement will be demoted to a lower grade.

4. Rustication

1). When suspension is due, the student who fails to resume study on time or fails to report to SIEC will be rusticated from NSMU.

2). A student is only to be demoted once (Refer to Demotion). If he/she should be demoted again, he/she will be rusticated from NSMU.

3). Those who are suffering from severe mental diseases or other serious medical illness will be persuaded to drop out. If he/she refuses, he/she will be rusticated from NSMU.

4). If a student should be demoted, there is no lower grade, he/she should be rusticated.

5). The student who is rusticated because of the above reasons will not be considered as an administrative punishment.

6). Those who seriously violate the regulations of NSMU and the Chinese laws will be rusticated from NSMC as an administrative punishment.

The students who are disqualified and rusticated must leave within 10 days.

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