University functions on a basis of tolerance and appreciation of diversity, rigorous discussion and appraisal of ideas, and mutual support in achieving personal and collegiate aims.
There are policies and codes of practice which support these functions. Some involve legal obligations on both the University and its members, including students. Students can find these on the Registry part of the University website. Students should agree to abide by the University Regulations, including those relating to academic and general discipline. Students do this when they sign enrolment forms.
Regulations and policies are written in language that may not be very specific or clear so this guide sets out expectations which, if abided by, will keep students out of trouble and make their experience within the University a pleasant and rewarding one.
A student of the Faculty is obliged to:
acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills on the chosen profession systematically;
attend all lectures, not to disrupt teaching/learning sessions with inappropriate talking, horseplay or other behaviour.
share the value and the priority of the university (education, professionalism, responsibility for taking decisions);
follow ethical norms of behavior;
turn off cell phones during classes and at other times and places when it is considerate e.g. in the library;
prepare for and participate in class sessions as requested by the tutor;
respect colleagues of the university, teaching staff;
fulfill the rules of an agreement concluded before entering the university and to pay for education in time;
keep order and discipline in auditorium;
inform the authority of the university if the students suffer from TB and other serious diseases to prevent epidemic situations;
in case of emergency immediately inform the authority of the university.
inform administration if teaching staff discriminates the students
maintain a safe, clean and tidy environment at the university.
A student has right to:
get qualitative educational services on the chosen speciality;
take part in scientific - research works, conferences and be published;
use resources such as computer rooms, library and other facilities sensibly and with consideration of other users;
combine study with work on free time (for university graduates);
visit and consult with all representatives of university authorities;
to occupy the hostel room;
get concessionary fares on public transport;
get medical services in a studentís health center;
get the certification of competence on demand;
get the documents to confirm studying at the university;
get the reference from tutors;
be informed by the registrar;
get a comprehensive induction programme for all new students which includes information on academic and administrative arrangements, a chance to meet key staff, introductions to library and computing facilities.
If the student is disruptive:
There are disciplinary procedures, within the Faculty and University level;
Sanctions are applied. These range from written reprimands through fines to exclusion from campus, depending on the severity of the offence;
Non-payment of fines may postpone the graduation until they pay their tuition fees;
Reprimands may negatively impact on their future professional career;
This document is advisory and does not take precedence over any University regulation.
The following link will take students to the appropriate regulations: http://www.ablaikhan.kz