FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Acquired knowledge, abilities, skills and formed competencies; what the learner will know, understand and be able to do after successfully completing the learning process. …They can relate both to one discipline, module, or period of study, and to the educational program as a whole.
1. Assessment ” Excellent” (from 85-100 points) – the student shows a deep understanding of the topic of the lesson, the ability to think logically, skills, constantly reads additional literature and does in-depth analysis on certain topics of the discipline, independently works with databases and search engines (Pubmed, Medline , Cochrane, etc.), is able to find and critically evaluate scientific publications, and compiles literary reviews.
2. Assessment “Good” (from 74-84 points) – the student has the necessary amount of knowledge and skills, correctly applies them when performing practical tasks, reads the basic literature on the discipline, independently works with databases.
3. Assessment “Satisfactory” (from 61-73 points) – the student has a volume of knowledge and skills only of the basic material of the discipline, has difficulty in performing practical tasks, admits inaccuracies, is not proactive, makes little use of available sources of information.
4. Assessment “Unsatisfactory” (from 0-60 points) – the student does not have the minimum amount of necessary knowledge and skills, does not read literature, is not proactive, does not use available sources of information.
Detailed criteria for checklists are described in the syllabus of the discipline
Procedure, carried out during the period of examination session with aim
definitions level mastering and after completing its study of the discipline.
An examination session is held after each semester for up to 2 weeks, depending on the number of exams. The results serve as the basis for transfer to the next course.
1. mastering disciplines in accordance with the student’s curriculum :
2. no arrears in disciplines;
3. elimination of arrears in all disciplines of the previous academic year
4. lack of financial debt.
In case of non-compliance with one of the above requirements, students remain for a second year of study on a paid basis.
1) for an academic failure in disciplines.
2) for a violation of the principles and norms of academic integrity (Code of Academic Integrity)
3) for a violation of academic discipline:
– as not returned from academic leave within the specified period according to the order;
– as not returning from an overseas business trip within 30 days;
– for systematic absences from classes without good reason
– for the loss of connection with the university (absence without good reason
– for violation of the charter of the University, or other regulatory documents of the university;
– violation of the norms of the legislation of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan:
– for appearing in class in a state of alcoholic or drug intoxication;
– for using substances causing condition alcoholic, drug intoxication or other type of intoxication ;
– for participating in gambling at the university;
– for violation of labor protection or fire safety rules, which may entail serious consequences;
– for damage to the property of the university;
– for antisocial behavior within the walls of the university.
4) for violation of the terms of the agreement on the provision of educational services, including for non-payment of tuition fees;
5) at their own request (including for medical reasons, for family reasons; in connection with the transfer to another organization of education and science (upon receipt of a request from the organization for a personal file and on the basis of an extract of the order for enrollment of students by transfer); etc.).
Students, not received the final appraisal on prerequisite disciplines cannot proceed to the next course. List of prerequisites
educational programs / specialties presented v See Academic Policy in Appendix 1 .
Curators help students in choosing disciplines for ILP. The ILP consists of the disciplines required for study and the discipline of your choice (electives). The catalog of elective disciplines is available to students. Students must register for disciplines according to the academic calendar
The Catalog of Elective Disciplines (CED) is available to students in eBILIM to get acquainted with the summary of the disciplines and the expected learning outcomes.
2. Student Academic Integrity Code
3. Internal regulations of students
4. Regulation on the monitoring of progress,
5. Rules for organizing the educational process in a distance format
The transcript contains: name of the student; faculty name, specialty, course; duration and form of training; the disciplines passed, indicating the number of credits and final grades, all academic disciplines and (or) modules that the student studied, indicating the final grade, including FX and F grades, are recorded; grade point average (GPA).
In addition, the transcript indicates the reasons for expulsion (for example, for academic failure).
The transcript is issued by the Office of the Registrar at the request of the student for any period of his studies at the University
To do this, you must write an application to the appropriate department and attach a confirmation (certificate / transcript indicating the volume and assessment of the discipline studied).
As soon as the commission on the transfer of learning outcomes makes a decision, your disciplines will be included in the transcript
Code of Academic Honesty student
Code of honor of the teaching staff
Documents posted on the site
completing an additional task;
written exercise or research project on ethics or academic integrity;
“0” zero points for the task;
Category 2 disciplinary action for academic misconduct :
Discipline grade “unsatisfactory” by annulment
results of work.
Category 3 disciplinary action for academic misconduct :
Expulsion from the University within 5 (five) days from the date of the decision.
The list of violations related to category 1, 2 and 3 is spelled out in paragraphs
6.1. – 6.3. Of the Academic Integrity Code
• working in tandem with another student while completing small assignments, if work in tandem is not allowed;
• lack of proper references to sources in a small section of the assignment;
• using an idea or general argument without reference to the quoted text;
erroneous omission of quotations without antecedent violations
1. a repeated Category 1 violation, regardless of whether the disciplinary action was previously imposed;
2. direct quotation or paraphrasing in moderation, without indicating the source;
3. delivery of work, which is a copy or a significant part of another work, in order to meet the requirements for more than one occupation;
4. using data or explanatory material for laboratory reports without proper identification of sources or participants in the work;
5. .non-observance of the order of instructions of other persons performing tasks or a project, for example, in providing research assistance, statistical analysis, computer programming, data collection, writing, if such assistance was an integral part of the assignment;
6. cheating another student from the exam sheet during the exam, talking or continuing to write the work after the exam has expired (used only for full-time study).
7. using cheat sheets, mobile phones, computers, books, calculators and other materials / devices during the exam without the permission of the teacher / examiner / proctor (used only in full-time education);
8. the use of cheat sheets, additional tabs and the use of Internet resources, additional mobile phones, books, calculators during the exam (when passing the exam remotely );
9. facilitating cheating during the exam;
10. involve the help of third parties during the exam;
11. plagiarism in written works: writing essays, abstracts, presentations up to 40% (the decision is made only after an individual consideration of the details of the work by the teacher);
12. transfer of personal login and password to third parties,
1. a repeated Category 2 violation, regardless of whether the disciplinary action was previously imposed;
2. representing the work of another person as his own in the performance of any study assignment, exam, term paper, scientific article, report or any other written work;
3. falsification or misrepresentation of data by providing fabricated or intentionally distorted materials;
4. falsification of the grade sheet or other documents with grades, theft / photographing of examination materials from a teacher or examiner, purchase of stolen examination materials, including using hacker actions;
5. replacing oneself with another person to pass an exam or passing an exam for another person;
6. purchasing or distributing copies of examination materials from unauthorized sources prior to the examination period;
7. collusion of students before the exam in order to develop methods of unauthorized exchange of information during the exam;
8. organization or conspiracy to commit any of the actions listed in this section;
plagiarism v written works: writing essays, abstracts, presentations up to 40%
plagiarism in written examination papers;
The decision is made only after individual consideration of the details of the work by the teacher
Plagiarism also includes submitting another person’s work, idea, statement, or statement without properly citing sources.
At the beginning of the academic year, explanations of the main provisions of the Code of Academic Integrity are carried out; students sign a Compliance List confirming their readiness to be honest.
– for medical reasons (reference);
– the birth, adoption or adoption of a child before the age of three years.
Upon returning from academic leave, the student continues his studies from the course from which he took this leave. A student who has not returned from academic leave within the terms specified in the order on academic leave is subject to expulsion from the university for violation of academic discipline
At the same time, a memorandum / agreement on cooperation between OMMU and the relevant university must be concluded without fail.
To do this, the student submits an application to the Department of Science and International Relations and attaches a portfolio (diplomas, certificates, articles, etc.). Detailed information can be found in the Academic Policy of the university. Information about academic mobility programs offered by the University is posted on the news portal of the University website
If you have any questions, contact the head of the department of electronic resources of the Scientific Library
There is a Student Senate at the university, through which students can also convey their wishes and proposals to the deans or the vice-rector for academic activities.
In addition, in order to monitor and improve the quality of educational services, an anonymous survey of students is conducted. Based on the results of the questionnaire, an analysis is carried out
Providing assistance and support to students from low-income families and large families, as well as students from among the disabled and orphans (provision of hostels, discounts for tuition, etc.);
Assisting students with special needs;
Provision of social and psychological assistance, social and medical support, provision of volunteer assistance to socially vulnerable categories
Detailed information is available on the university website
• Learning orphans
• Students left without parental care who have reached the age of 18
• Students raised by one parent (single mother, death of one parent)
• Severe or chronic illness of the student
• Disabled student, or parents with disabilities of 1-2 groups
• Children of university workers
Apply for detailed information (for example, what documents must be submitted). contact the Department of State Language and Social Work