When you do not attend classes for any valid reason (representing the country or BHOS at certain events, health problems, etc.), it is necessary to inform the department and your instructor. If the management allows you to participate in special events, then your absence is considered as an excuse. If missed the classes because of health issues, then you must bring the health certificate stamped in accordance with the procedure approved by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Azerbaijan and submit it to the Career and Student Affairs Department on the day you are back. In those cases, your absence from the classes will be considered excused.
According to paragraph 3.2.23 of the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan "On Education", a student who does not participate in more than 25 percent of the classes without a valid reason is not allowed to take the exam for that specific subject and the student will have an academic debt. In accordance with paragraph 3.2.14 of the law, a student who has an academic debt because of exceeding absence limit must retake subject and fully comply with the requirements for its mastering by participating in classes.
A student is not allowed to re-listen in subgroups or take a re-examination if he / she does not have an academic debt in the relevant subject. The only way to increase his/her grade is to attend summer school. For more information about summer school please check Policies & Regulations.
Class registration is necessary to systematically reflect the subjects which students have listened to during the semester and the results gained. Students are perodically informed about the deadline of last registration before each semester. A student who does not register within the specified time will not be admitted to the subjects taught in the current semester.
According to paragraph 3.4.2 of the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan “On Education”, the summer semester is organized after the end of the spring semester and its starting period is determined by the higher education institution. The duration of the summer semester (theoretical training and exams) is 6 (six) weeks. The examination period is not more than 1 (one) week and is organized in the last week of the summer semester. According to paragraph 3.4.3 of the law, the total number of credits in the subjects taken by the student in the summer semester should not exceed 10.
For the organization of the summer semester, it is necessary that at least 3 students will participate or if the number of students is less than 3, the amount assigned for 3 students must be paid.
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According to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan No. 348, paragraph 4.3, the fee for retaking the subject is calculated by dividing the annual tuition fee corresponding to the submission year of a student by 60 and multiplying the result by the credits of the subject.
According to Article 3.2.14 of the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan “On Education”, a student who does not participate in the exam (s) for a valid reason has the opportunity to take the exam (exams) once before the start of the next semester. If a student who does not participate in the exam for a valid reason attends the exam before the start of the next semester, he/she does not pay the re-examination fee for that subject. A student who does not use this opportunity to participate in the exam before the start of next semester and in the case when the reason for missing the exam is not valid, a student will have an academic debt and must pay the appropriate fee when takes the resit exam at one of the following exam sessions.
If the student is not satisfied with the result of the exam, he / she must submit an application form with the request to appeal exam result to the Quality Assurance Department within 3 working days from the date of announcement of the result. Teachers and QA department members are involved in the appeal process. Your exam answers are re-analyzed and your exam result may increase / decrease or remain the same.
A student is not allowed to re-listen in subgroups or take a re-examination if he/she does not have an academic debt in the relevant subject. The only way is to participate in Summer school. More information about summer school is given in the Policies & Regulations part.
With the exception of students who have passed the 25% absence limit or those who failed both final and resit exams, all students may participate resit exam or apply to retake of the specific subject.
According to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan No. 348, point 4.3, the resit exam fee is calculated by dividing the annual tuition fee corresponding to the submission year of the student by 60, multiplying the result by the subject's credits. The amount paid by the student is 25% of the amount specified in paragraph 4.3. This amount must be paid before the resit exam.
The purpose of the Learning Agreement is to provide a transparent and efficient preparation of the exchange to make sure that students receive recognition for the activities successfully completed abroad. The Learning Agreement should include all the learning outcomes the student is expected to acquire during the exchange. All three parties signing the Learning Agreement commit to complying with all the agreed arrangements, thereby ensuring that the student will receive the recognition for the studies or traineeship carried out abroad without any further recognition requirements.
No, both exchange programmes are free of charge. You will only need to pay tution fees in your home university if applies.
Zero Grant Erasmus+ mobility, students are not paying tuition fee to university and also benefit from valuable experiences and all advantages of being an Erasmus+ student (other costs: accommodation, transport, visa, meals are met by students themselves).
You will need to directly contact with the international office of your host university or with previous BHOS Erasmus students.
Grant for the mobility programmes varies from one country to another one. Grants fort he Erasmus+ are directly paid by the host universities in Euros and for the Mevlana programme by Turkish universities in Turkish liras.
Programme Countries are those countries participating fully in the Erasmus+ programme. To do so, they set up a National Agency and contribute financially to the programme. The 33 Programme Countries are: the 28 EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey. Partner Countries are all the other countries in the World including Azerbaijan.
Students and doctoral candidates are able to study abroad for a period of 3 months (or one academic term or trimester), and up to a maximum of 12 months per study cycle.
For staff mobility, the minimum duration (excluding travel) is 2 days when the mobility is between Programme Countries and 5 days when it is between Programme and Partner Countries. In both cases, the maximum duration is 60 days.
Before participation in exchange programmes, all responsible departments in BHOS arranged necessary documents and procedures for recognition of the credits in host university. Unless student become unsuccessful and failed in host university, there wont be any delays.
Yes, as an exchange student from BHOS your credits will recognized respectively by signing Learning Agreement.