A “visiting student” is a student who studies courses at another university or in any branch of the University to which he/she belongs without transferring. These courses are considered equivalent to those offered at the University, according to the following rules:
- The student must obtain the approval of his/her college before he/she begins his/her studies.
- His/Her studies should be at a recognized college or university.
- The course the student takes outside his/her college should be equivalent, in terms of content, to a course required for graduation.
- If the visiting student is studying in one of the branches of the University to which he/she belongs, the rules under Article 47 apply.
- The University Council determines the maximum credit hours to be allocated to a visiting student from outside the University.
- The course grades credited to the visiting student will be recorded in his/her academic record, but not included in the calculation of his/her cumulative GPA.
- Any other conditions required by the University Council should be satisfied.
The Rules of Implementation for Article 50
See Appendix F.