Summer semester

The summer semester is organized on a fee-based basis to eliminate academic debts, eliminate academic differences in curricula, as well as meet the needs of accelerated and additional training.
The duration of the summer semester is determined by the academic calendar of the educational process of the Institute and is 6 weeks.
The summer semester is designed to carry out the following types of educational activities:
— providing all types of training sessions in accordance with the working curriculum of the specialty and working programs of disciplines;
— provision of advisory services to students;
— organization of any courses taught in the specialties of the institute in order to expand the professional horizons of the student.
The following students remain for the summer semester:
— excluded from the exams based on the results of rating control;
— those who received an unsatisfactory assessment at the interim control;
— having academic debt for past academic periods;
— having an academic difference during recovery, transfer from another university and return from academic leave.
Students in the summer semester study on a fee basis.
The right to a summer semester for additional courses, taking into account the following requirements, is granted only to successful students, provided that:
— the student must be transferred to the next course without academic debts;
— the group must be profitable, i.e. consist of at least 5 people;
Registration of the summer semester is carried out in accordance with the regulations:
— The Registrar’s office, if the issue is resolved positively, draws up a summer semester schedule and approves it from the Vice-rector for Educational and methodological work. The schedule is compiled taking into account the employment of teachers involved in the summer semester;
— the organization of the summer semester is carried out in accordance with the point-rating system (BRS) and the principle of independent assessment of students’ knowledge. The final assessment of students’ knowledge in disciplines studied outside the curriculum of the specialty is carried out by a teacher who lectures during the summer semester.
The results of examinations in additional disciplines of the curriculum of the specialty mastered during the summer semester make up the GPA of the next academic year.
With a low transfer score (GPA), unsatisfactory results of the summer semester and intermediate certification, students are granted the right to re-study.
Re-training is carried out only on a paid basis.
A student can refuse to re-study by dropping out at his own request. In this case, the student writes an application addressed to the rector of the Institute for his expulsion at his own request.