Dress Code

Student Dress Code Professionalism is reflected by an individual’s appearance and behavior. The purpose of this dress code is to uphold the professional image of the university and our Islamic country. All students are expected to abide by common practices of modesty, cleanliness and neatness. They should dress in a respectful manner within the acceptable standards of the community and culture. Following Islamic rules, observing Hijab or the Islamic dress code is necessary while in Iran:

  • Women’s hair must be covered with an appropriate scarf or covering while in public.
  • The body should be covered with loose clothes.
  • Arms should not be bare, and legs should be covered down to the ankles.
  • Any clothing, jewelry or accessory that may be considered obscene or offensive should be avoided.
  • All clothing must be clean and neat and should project a well-groomed appearance.

General Regulations

Training in all the universities of the country is based on a single system. In a unitary system, the value of each lesson is measured by the number of units related to that lesson, and the student’s admittance to a lesson is limited to the same lesson.

Academic Year

Each semester consists of 17 weeks and each summer semester lasts for 6 weeks of training.

Attendance

Student attendance at all sessions is mandatory for each lesson, and student’s absences for theoretical lessons , practical lessons, internships ,and internships in the field must not exceed of a total of 4/17,2/17,and 1/10   lessons per week respectively. Otherwise, the student score in these lessons will be considered as zero.

Absence in the Exam

Absence in class lessons up to the specified limit is allowed on the condition that it is justified by providing the documented evidence and the recognition of the relevant professor. The course of dealing with students’ absence either justified or unjustified is by the professor as well as the approval of the faculty.

Remove and Add a Unit

Students can take up to two more lessons in either semester only in less than two weeks after the beginning of the semester, or remove two lessons or change them with two other courses provided that the number of units he has obtained has not been exceeded the limit.

Absence during the first two weeks of each lesson is not allowed due to removal and / or any other reason, and if it happens, the maximum student absenteeism will be considered and will be executed according to the above-mentioned rules and regulations.

In the event of an emergency, the student can only delete one of his theoretical courses by approving the relevant training group for up to 5 weeks, provided that, firstly, the absence of students in that course does not exceed more than 4/17 of total hours of that lesson, and secondly, the number of remaining units will not be lower than 12 units.

Evaluation Criteria

Assessment of students’ progress in each lesson is based on attendance and activity in the classroom, conducting educational activities and midterm and final exam results, and the professor of each course is the reference point for student assessment in that class.

It is imperative to hold a semester test for each course.

The result of the assessment of the academic achievement of the student is determined in the form of a score, and the student grades in each lesson are numerically between zero and twenty.

At lowest score of admission in each theoretical and practical course is 10 out of 20 and for apprenticeship and apprenticeship in field is 12 out of 20. A student who fails in any of the compulsory courses is obliged to repeat it at the earliest opportunity. However, the grades of all the courses, including acceptance and rejection, are recorded in the Student’s Record, and are calculated in relation to the average and total mean scores.

Conditional Registration

The average student grades in any semester should not be less than 12. Otherwise, the student registration will be conditional in the next academic semester.