ALUMNI  | 
TR

FACULTY OF MEDICINE EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION BYLAW


SECTION ONE
Purpose, Scope, Basis, and Definitions

Purpose
ARTICLE 1 – (1) The purpose of this bylaw is to set out the general rules and principles regarding the education and examinations conducted by Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine.

Scope
ARTICLE 2 – (1) This bylaw includes general rules and principles regarding education and examinations conducted by Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine.

Basis
ARTICLE 3 – (1) This bylaw has been prepared in accordance with Article 14 of Higher Education Law No: 2547 and dated November 4, 1981.

Definitions
ARTICLE 4 – (1) The references in this bylaw are as follows;
a) ECTS: European Credit Transfer System,
b) Field Study: Collection of information by students outside faculty in order to increase their knowledge, manners, and experiences,
c) Independent Learning: Time slot within the syllabus where students maintain a learning process by their own efforts with educational tools, materials, means provided for them, 
ç) Dean’s Office: Dean’s Office of Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine,
d) Course: Each of the integrated education units consisting of theoretical and practical educational activities where the student success is measured and evaluated,
e) Course Coordinator: Faculty member responsible for carrying out and organizing all educational procedures in an instructional plan,
f) Term Committee: consisting of the coordinators of courses in a class in the respective academic year, who is responsible for educational activities and coordination of measurement and evaluation,
g) Phase: Medical education processes stretching out to one, or more than one academic term structured on a conceptual framework,
ğ) Faculty: Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine,
h) Faculty Board: Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine Board,
ı) Faculty Administrative Board: Izmir University of Economics Faculty of Medicine Administrative Board,
i) Student with a suspended registration: Student, whose registration is not renewed due to lack of payment within specified period of time and who is unable to benefit from studentship rights for that semester,
j) Board of Trustees: Izmir University of Economics Board of Trustees,
k) Grade Point Average: The product by multiplying the ECTS of a course with the coefficient (0-4) that corresponds to the grade the student is awarded with,
l) Internship Period: 12-month applied education period-compulsory or elective-carried out by different disciplines in the sixth year of the curriculum,
m) OSYM: The Measurement, Selection and Placement Center,
n)  Rector: The Rector of Izmir University of Economics,
o) Senate: The Senate of Izmir University of Economics,
ö) Medical Education Board: Board responsible for planning, evaluating, and updating of all the educational activities of the Faculty of Medicine,
p) University (IUE): Izmir University of Economics,
r) YOK: Council of Higher Education.


SECTION TWO
Student Admissions, Registrations, Renewal of Registrations, and Transfers

Student Admissions and Registration
ARTICLE 5 – (1) Student admission is determined in accordance with the principles set forth by the Senate within the scope of the respective legislation provisions based on the results of the exam conducted by OSYM.
(2) The final registration procedures of the students admitted to the Faculty are carried out on specific days. Students, who apply on time, provide the required documents, and pay the tuition fee, are registered. Those, who fail to register on time and provide the required documents, waive their right to register.
(3) The registrations of the ones who have deficiency or falsification in their documents are cancelled even if they have registered. Those students will not be refunded.

Tuition Fee
ARTICLE 6 – (1) The University charges students tuition fees. The Board of Trustees determines the amount, time, and the method of payment for each academic year.

Student Status
ARTICLE 7 – (1) The Faculty admits only full time students. Students need to register at the beginning of each semester and pay the tuition fee determined by The Board of Trustees in order to benefit from studentship rights.

Renewal of Registration
ARTICLE 8 – (1) Each student is obliged to renew registration at the beginning of each semester within the dates announced in the academic calendar.
(2) For a renewal of registration, the student has to have met all the payment requirements for the past semesters, including the current semester for registration. The registration of students, who did not meet this requirement, will not be renewed. Those students will not be able to benefit from the studentship rights.
(3) The registration of students, who do not renew registration within the announced period, will be suspended. Those students will not be able to take courses or exams for that semester and lose their studentship rights if they do not renew registration.
(4) The semester, in which the student did not renew registration, will be deducted from their maximum period of education specified in the respective article of Law No: 2547.
(5) Students with a suspended registration may continue their education on the condition that they pay the tuition fees required for the academic year they came to register, and they can benefit from the studentship rights for the semesters they register.

Transfer
ARTICLE 9 – (1) The Senate determines the requirements for admission through transfer based on the respective legislation provisions.
(2) Foreign language proficiency of transfer students and their instruction at foreign language preparatory class is determined in accordance with the principles set forth by the Senate within the scope of the respective legislation provisions.

Special Students
ARTICLE 10 – (1) Special students are students who are graduates or students of a higher education institution and not registered to any of the associate or undergraduate degree programs at IUE, but are expected to meet the requirements of the limited number of courses they enroll to.
(2) Special Students Admissions is carried out by the approval of the Dean’s Office.
(3) Special students are not regarded as the students of the University and they cannot benefit from the studentship rights. A transcript, showing the courses they have enrolled in, and the grades they have received, can be given to them on their demand. This document does not stand for diploma or show any academic degree.
(4) Special students pay the tuition fee determined by the University. These students are subject to the rules applied to all students of the University.

SECTION THREE
Education

Education Period
ARTICLE 11 – (1) The regular period of education, excluding foreign language preparatory class, is six academic years (twelve semesters), and maximum period of education is nine years (eighteen semesters).
(2) Maximum period of education for foreign language preparatory class is two years.
(3) Students will not be dismissed from the University in the event of failing to renew registration because of not paying the tuition fee within the maximum period of education. However, they will be dismissed from the University with the decision of the University and the approval of YOK in the event of failing to renew registration for four consecutive years because of not paying the tuition fee. 
(4) Circumstances, excuses, exam rights, and additional periods that can or cannot be considered within the maximum period of education are taken into consideration based on the respective legislation provisions. Students, who qualify for this right, need to pay their tuition fees and register for the semester.
(5) Students, who qualified for unlimited exam rights, fail to register for three academic years consecutively or intermittently, or those who failed to take these exams even though they registered, are considered waiving their right and they will not be able to benefit from this right.
(6) Students, who qualify for unlimited exam rights, cannot benefit from other studentship rights except for exam right.
(7) The period of education for those who transferred from other institutions or transferred from other departments within the University, excluding the period spent at foreign language preparatory program, will be included in the regular period of education.
(8) The period for penalty of students, who received a suspension penalty, is included in their maximum period of education.
(9) All of the semesters the students spent unregistered due to non-renewal of registration, from the first date they registered are included in the regular and maximum period of education.
(10) The semesters, spent at domestic or foreign higher education institutions as part of exchange programs, are included in the regular and maximum period of education.
(11) Students, who cannot successfully complete the compulsory foreign language preparatory program, are dismissed from the program.
(12) Students, who are dismissed from preparatory class, are given three exam rights to be used within three years. Those, who are given this right, can apply and take the exams administered by the University. Of those, who successfully pass the exams, are re-registered, and can resume education if they meet the current financial requirements. The period in which they took the exam is not included in education period. They cannot benefit from studentship rights.
(13) Students, who are dismissed from preparatory class, can register to an equivalent program in which medium of instruction is Turkish at Izmir University of Economics. In the event of any equivalent programs being not available at the University, these students can apply to the OSYM for one time to be placed in a program based on central placement score, in which medium of instruction is Turkish, if their score is not lower than the base score of the program they want to register for.

Medium of Instruction
ARTICLE 12 – (1) The medium of instruction at the Faculty, except for bedside education, is English.

Academic Calendar and Academic Year
ARTICLE 13 – (1) Academic calendar is specified and announced by the Senate.

Foreign Language Preparatory Education
ARTICLE 14 – (1) Foreign language preparatory education is carried out in accordance with the respective legislation provisions.
(2) Students, whose native language is not Turkish, need to get a Turkish Proficiency document pursuant to the principles identified by YOK by the end of the third year in order to be able to communicate with the patients in Turkish. 

Medical Education Program
ARTICLE 15 – (1) Medical Education Program is structured around an extended curriculum, which includes the contents of National Undergraduate Medical Core Curriculum, within the framework of standards set by the National Medical Education Accreditation Board (UTEAK), and reflects the vision of the University on health and medicine. The curriculum is implemented after the approval of both the Faculty Board and the Senate.
(2) Courses deemed appropriate can be carried outside the University upon the recommendation of the Faculty Board and the decision of the Senate. Principles regarding how these courses will be carried out are decided by the Faculty Board and submitted to the approval of the Senate.
(3) Students’ applications to perform internship or take courses outside the University are permitted with the approval of the Faculty Board by taking the conformity to the curriculum into consideration within the framework of respective legislation.
(4) Courses deemed appropriate can be offered as distance learning method upon the justified recommendation of the Faculty Board and the approval of the Senate.
(5) The Faculty Board is authorized to resolve any adjustment problems or disputes as such arising from the implementation of the curriculum.

International Dual Instruction Programs
ARTICLE 16 – (1) International dual degree programs with the institutions abroad may be offered.
(2) Instruction of such programs is carried out in accordance with the respective legislation provisions.

Education Boards
ARTICLE 17 – (1) Medical Education Board consists of faculty members assigned by the Dean for three years, and is responsible for ensuring the integration, planning, and updating of all the courses in the curriculum, and for planning the trainers training and educational researches. Faculty member, whose tenure is over, can be reassigned.
(2) Term Committee consists of coordinators of courses in a class in the respective academic year, and is responsible for coordination of these courses.
(3) Education boards can be reorganized if necessary, upon the decision of the Faculty Board.

Compulsory, Common Compulsory, Elective, and Prerequisite Courses
ARTICLE 18 – (1) Courses are offered in two groups as compulsory and elective courses.  Students are required to take the entire compulsory courses and specified number of electives of the program in which they are registered. 
(2) A course, which is passed or taken/followed in order to take another course, is called a prerequisite course. Prerequisite courses and their prerequisites are finalized by the decision of the Faculty Board and the approval of the Senate.
(3) Faculty students are required to complete the common compulsory courses identified in Law No. 2547.

IUE and ECTS Credits of Courses
ARTICLE 19 – (1) The IUE/ local credit value of a course consists of all the weekly theoretical hours for that course plus half of the weekly laboratory, application, workshop or studio course hours.
(2) ECTS credit for a course is determined by the Senate allowing an ECTS credit to correspond to a twenty five-thirty hour workload of a student. The workload of student represents all of the time dedicated to such as being on duty, clinical studies, assignments, presentations, preparation to exams, exams, field studies as well as educational activities.
(3) Course and application credits for each semester is 30 ECTS credits (360 ECTS total) during a six-year curriculum.
(4) IUE/local credit value is not appraised for courses that will not be included in the grade point average upon the decision of the Senate.
(5) The regular course load of a student for each semester is 30 ECTS credits. Students cannot take courses from upper grades.
(6) Students, in addition to their regular course load for each semester, can take one common compulsory or elective courses the most that he/she needs to repeat.

SECTION FOUR
Attendance, Exam Excuses, and Leave of Absence

Attendance
ARTICLE 20 – (1) Students are required to attend at least 70% of theory-based education activities, 80% of applied education activities during the first five years of the education program while attending 90% of internship activities.
(2) Attendance is monitored based on the rules specified university-wide. Student, who fails to attend a course due to whatever excuse, including medical report or suspension from school, is granted a grade of NA (non-attendance) pursuant to the respective legislation provisions and Senate decisions.

Exam Excuses
ARTICLE 21 – (1) Students, who could not take an exam with a valid justification accepted by the Faculty Administrative Board, are permitted to take a make-up exam in accordance with the principles specified by YOK.
(2) Application regarding exam excuses is made to the Faculty in three business days following the end of the excuse. Faculty Administrative Board reviews student excuses within the respective legislation provisions and principles set forth by the Senate.
(3) Students are considered non-attendant for the time they are absent due to suspension from school and due to medical report, and they cannot participate in educational activities or take exams during that time.
(4) Eligibility to enter presentations, sessions, applications and/or exams before the medical report expires, requires the student to bring a new medical report stating the student is in good health.
(5) New make-up exam is not administered for a student who fails to enter the make-up exam administered upon the decision of the Faculty Administrative Board based on the accepted exam excuse.
(6) Student, who does not take an exam without an exam excuse not accepted by the Faculty Administrative Board, is considered he/she used the exam right. 

Deferral of Registration
ARTICLE 22 – (1) Students, with a reasonable and valid excuse, can be permitted to defer their registration, by the decision of Faculty Administrative Board on the condition that they return to the University. Students can ask for a deferral of registration for health problems, economic reasons, family problems, military service, personal problems, and academic reasons, for education abroad and other unexpected events based on their right and valid excuses determined by YOK on the condition that they provide documentation.
(2) Students in foreign language preparatory class are permitted to defer their registration for two semesters at most, and for six semesters in the Faculty. In obligatory cases, these periods can be exceeded by the decision of the University Administrative Board. The period for deferral is not included in the maximum education period.
(3) Students, who wish to defer their registration, need to apply to the Dean’s Office with a petition along with necessary forms within two weeks the latest following the beginning of the courses.
(4) Applications received after this date, excluding compelling reasons, shall not be accepted.
(5) In order for the deferral application to be processed, the tuition fee for that semester and other payments must have been made. The payment already made for the semester that the student is on leave shall be deducted from the following semester’s tuition fee.
(6) Students, who deferred their registration, continue their education by making their regular semester registration on their return to the university at the end of deferral period.  However, students who are granted a leave due to health problems must prove with a report, which will be taken from a respective specialist, stating that they are able to continue their education within two weeks before they begin education.

Withdrawing From the University
ARTICLE 23 – (1) Students who;
a) cannot complete  compulsory foreign language preparatory class successfully within two years,
b) fail to meet the graduation requirements at the end of additional period and additional exams
c) receive “Expulsion from the Institution of Higher Education” penalty as a result of the disciplinary investigation,
ç) wish to be dis-enrolled willingly,
will be dismissed from the University.

Dismissal
ARTICLE 24 – (1) Students, who are dismissed, dis-enrolled, or graduated, have to pay the rest of their tuition fee, if applicable, and have to complete the dismissal procedures set by the University in order to get their diplomas or their documents from the university.

SECTION FIVE
Measurement and Assessment, Grade Objection, and Grading

Grading and Measurement and Assessment
ARTICLE 25 – (1) Methods to be used in measurement and assessment, and their contribution to success grade is determined by the decision of the Faculty Board and announced to the students.
(2) Courses, which do not require mid-term and/or end-of-semester exam, are determined by the Senate upon the recommendation of the Dean’s Office.
(3) Students, who meet the attendance requirements for Faculty course(s) but fail the course(s), are given a make-up exam at the end of the respective semester.
(4) Principles and rules regarding make-up exams are determined by the Senate.
(5) Students’ success is determined by calculating their grade point average at the end of the semester.
(6) Students qualify to take second grade courses if they get a grade of at least “DD” in courses measured with grades, and “S” in courses measured with competency, and obtain a grade point average of at least 1.50 at the end of the first grade. Those, who get grade of “FF”, “FD”, “NA”, or “U” in Faculty courses, excluding the common compulsory courses, need to take these courses first, pass, and then they can qualify to continue to the second grade. Those, with a grade point average of at least 1.50, who get grade of “FF”, “FD”, “NA”, or “U” in common compulsory courses, can take these courses in addition to their regular course load by the end of third grade until they succeed in them.
(7) Students qualify to take third grade courses if they get a grade of at least “DD” in courses measured with grades, and “S” in courses measured with competency, and obtain a grade point average of at least 1.70 at the end of the second grade. Those, who get grade of “FF”, “FD”, “NA”, or “U” in Faculty courses, excluding the University courses, need to take these courses first, pass, and then they can qualify to continue to the third grade. Those, with a grade point average of at least 1.70, who get grade of “FF”, “FD”, “NA”, or “U” in University courses, can take these courses in addition to their regular course load by the end of third grade until they succeed in them.
(8) Students, who get a grade of at least “DD” in all the courses and obtain a grade point average of at least 2.00 at the end of third year, can qualify to continue to the fourth grade. Those, who get grade of “FF”, “FD”, and “NA” in courses, need to take these courses first, pass, and then they can qualify to continue to the fourth grade.
(9) Fourth and fifth grades are taken into evaluation together. Students, who get a grade of at least “DD” in all the courses and obtain a grade point average of at least 2.00 at the end fourth and fifth grades, qualify to continue to the sixth year (internship). Those, who get grade of “FF”, “FD”, and “NA” in courses in fourth and fifth grades, need to take these courses first until they succeed.
(10) Sixth year rotational internship period is evaluated on competency. Students, who get a grade of “S” in all of the applications in this year, qualify to graduate. Those, with a grade of “U” continue to take the course until they succeed.
(11) Grade point average for any registered course, which is included in the grade average, is obtained by multiplying the coefficient of the grade with the ECTS credit. The Grade Point Average is obtained by dividing the total credit points by the total number of ECTS credits. If this calculation is based on the courses taken for one semester, grade point average is obtained. If it is based on all the courses taken so far, cumulative grade point average is obtained.
(12) When calculating the grade point averages, for repeated courses, the most recent grade is included in the grade point average. Repeated courses are specified in the transcript.
(13) The coefficients, points, and status for the letter grades included in calculating the grade averages are stated below:

(14) Grade of NA (non-attendance) is issued by the instructor for students, who fail to fulfill the attendance and/or requirements of the course. Grade of NA is considered as 0, 00 (zero) in calculating the grade averages.
(15) The grades that are not included in the grade point average are specified below:
a) Grade of S (Satisfactory) is given to students who are successful in non-credited courses.
b) Grade of U (Unsatisfactory) is given to students who are unsuccessful in non-credited courses.
c) Grade of EX (Exempt), is given to students who are exempt from some of the courses in the curriculum.
ç) Grade of I (Incomplete), is given to students who are not able to meet all the course requirements at the end of the semester due to a valid justification accepted by the instructor of the course. Students who receive a letter grade “I” must complete their missing course requirements and receive a letter grade within one week following the date the end of semester grades submitted.  However, in the event of special cases, this period can be extended until two weeks before the beginning of registration for the next semester, upon the recommendation of the respective department head and the decision of the respective administrative board. Otherwise, grade of “I” will automatically become grade of “FF” or grade of “U”.
d) Grade of W (Withdrawal) is used for courses that the student withdraws from, within the first 10 weeks of the semester after add/ drop period is over, upon the recommendation of his/ her advisor and the permission of the instructor that teaches the course. A student is not allowed to withdraw from compulsory courses, courses taken to increase grades, or courses he/she had to repeat, and received grade “W” before, which are not included in the grade average. A student is allowed to withdraw from two elective courses the most during his/ her entire study. In accordance with the protocols made between Izmir University of Economics and educational institutions or official authorities abroad, the exchange program students studying at Izmir University of Economics may withdraw from courses upon the recommendation of Office of International Relations Directorate and the permission of the instructor.  In this case, the rules concerning the grade of “W” are not applied to these students.
e) Grade of NI (Not included) is issued to identify the courses taken by the student, which are not included in the GPA of the student. This grade is reported in the students’ transcripts with the respective letter grade. Such courses are not counted as the courses in the program that the student is registered.
f) Grade of P (Successful Progress) is given to students, who continue to the courses that are not included in the GPA that has a period exceeding one semester, and who regularly performs the academic studies for the respective semester.

Repeating a Course
ARTICLE 26 – (1) Students, upon the approval of the respective advisor, may repeat courses to raise their grades, within the limits of their course load, in which they received a successful grade before, following the semester/s in which they were first taken. For repeated courses, the most recent grade will be valid.
(2) Students can take another course instead of a course that they have taken and failed or withdrew before.

Exams
ARTICLE 27 – (1) Students are subject to quizzes, mid-terms, and finals during the first three years at the Faculty. Exam dates are announced at the beginning of the respective semester. Final exams and make-up exams for the Faculty are administered on dates, places and times determined by the University.
(2) Courses and their mid-term, final exams, make-up exams of the Faculty, and all other exams may be administered any day of the week.
(3) Exams are administered in written and/or structured oral and/or electronically, theoretical and/or applied format.
(4) Students need to take the exams on dates and times announced. Those, who fail to enter any of the theoretical or applied section of the exam on time, will get a zero.

Grade Objection
ARTICLE 28 – (1) Objection to an exam score can be made to the Dean’s Office within three business days the latest following the announcement date of scores. The instructor reviews grade objections and the Faculty Administrative Board will rule a request made by the instructor.
(2) In the event of a miscalculation of an end of semester grade announced through Student Information System, a request made by the instructor will be ruled by the Faculty Administrative Board.
(3) Grading errors regarding the end of semester exam grades should be corrected no later than the beginning of the course registrations of the following semester.

SECTION SIX
Miscellaneous and Final Provisions

Education Opportunities with Other Institutions
ARTICLE 29 – (1) Based on the agreements and mobility programs signed between the University and other universities or higher education institutions abroad, students may be sent to these institutions for up to two semesters for scholarship, internship, research, etc. opportunities. 
(2) During this period, the student’s registration at the University is reserved, and this period is included in the maximum education period. 
(3) Faculty Administrative Board approves the equivalency of the education/training offered at the institution the student wants to go to.
(4) Student submits the transcripts issued by the other institution to the Faculty. Courses taken by the student are recorded in the system with the name, code, and ECTS of the equivalent course deemed appropriate by the Faculty Administrative Board.
(5) In the event that the student submits attendance document given by the other institution, but not the achievement document, the student needs to take the first exam of the equivalent course.
(6) In the event that the student fails to submit attendance document given by the other institution, the student needs to take the course again.
(7) Students coming to the Faculty from other universities abroad are given a transcript for the courses they have taken at the Faculty.
(8) Procedures regarding the tuition and fees to be paid as part of the exchange programs are carried out pursuant to bilateral agreements and respective legislation.

Disciplinary Issues
ARTICLE 30 – (1) Disciplinary actions of students are carried out in accordance with the provisions of Higher Education Institutions Student Disciplinary Regulation, which is published in the Official Gazette numbered 28388 and dated August 18, 2012.
(2) Students, who cheat or attempt to cheat in the exams, are issued grade of “I”, and they will be subject to the provisions of Higher Education Institutions Student Disciplinary Regulation.

Scholarship
ARTICLE 31 – (1) The arrangements about scholarship, which students are awarded with, are determined by the Board of the Trustees upon a recommendation by the Senate.

Health Services
ARTICLE 32 – (1) The health services to be provided to the students and the medical treatments for ailing students are determined by the Board of the Trustees upon a recommendation by the Senate.

Graduation
ARTICLE 33 – (1) Students, who successfully complete all the anticipated courses in the curriculum with at least total of 360 ECTS credits, obtain a cumulative grade point average of minimum of 2.00 over 4.00, and meet all the requirements, are issued a diploma for the program. 
(2) Graduation of the students is finalized upon the approval of the Faculty Administrative Board. Approval date of the Faculty Administrative Board is issued on the diploma as the graduation date.

Diplomas
ARTICLE 34 – (1) Students are issued the following diplomas by the Faculty:
a) Basic Medical Sciences Associate Degree Diploma: Those, who cannot complete their medical education are granted associate degree diploma according to the provisions stated in the Regulation for Granting an Associate Degree Diploma for Students Who Have Not or Could Not Complete Undergraduate Degree Programs or their Adjustment to Vocational Schools, published in the Official Gazette numbered 20112 and dated March 18, 1989.
b) Medical Doctor Degree : Medical Doctor Degree is issued to students who complete the six-year medical education successfully. The Dean and the Rector sign the diploma.
(2) Students, who meet all the requirements, are issued a diploma supplement that allows the student’s academic and professional competencies to be recognized internationally along with their diploma.
(3) Graduation points are not indicated on the diploma.
(4) Students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 and over graduate as a high honour student, students with a cumulative grade point average between 3.00 and 3.49 graduate as a honour student. "Honour” and “High Honour" standing is indicated on the diploma.
(5) Students, who receive disciplinary punishment, may become high honor or honor students only with the approval of the Senate even though they obtain the specified grade point averages.
(6) A temporary graduation certificate may be issued for one time only until the diploma is being prepared with the signatures of the Dean and the Registrar.
(7) If the diploma is lost, a new diploma is issued for one time only. To get a replacement diploma, an advertisement must be published in a national newspaper, the appropriate fee must be repaid, and the request for the replacement diploma must be declared with a written petition. In this case, “second copy” is stated on the diploma.

Notifications
ARTICLE 35 – (1) All kinds of notifications are carried out in accordance with the respective legislation provisions.
(2) If students do not inform the University about any change of address, or submitted wrong or missing information, they will be considered notified in the event that the notification is mailed to the existing address in the records.

Keeping the Documents and Works
ARTICLE 36 – (1) Documents and productions, such as exam papers, assignments, projects, films, designs, lab and internship reports, which are used in determining measurement and assessment, are kept within the respective legislation provisions.

Non Provisional Circumstances
ARTICLE 37 – (1) Provisions of respective legislations, and decisions of the Senate, Faculty Board, and Council of Higher Education will be taken into account should non provisional cases occur in this Bylaw.

Effectiveness
ARTICLE 38 – (1) This Regulation takes effect on the date it is published.

Enforcement
ARTICLE 39 – (1) The Rector of the Izmir University of Economics enforces the provisions of this Bylaw.


This bylaw takes effect on the date of its publication on the Official Gazette dated 09.10.2017 and numbered 30205.

 

  GERİ DÖN